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Local Government Environmental Management System (EMS) Toolkit
(American Public Works Association, 2005)
The American Public Works Association (APWA) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), with support from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), hosted a webcast called "Environmental Management ...
Region H Water Planning Group Initially Prepared 2006 Regional Water Plan
(Kellogg, Brown & Root, 2005-08)
No abstract available.
Clear Creek Nature & Cultural Tourism Council
(Clear Creek Nature & Cultural Tourism Council, 2005)
Presentation notebook describing activities of Clear Creek Nature and Cultural Tourism Council. Includes images of power point presentation.
Coastal Texas 2020: A Clear Vision for the Texas Coast - Executive Summary
(Prepared for Members of the 109th U.S. Congress and 79th Texas Legislature, 2005)
The Texas coast's environmental diversity and economic vitality is threatened by erosion from natural and man-made causes. The Texas General Land Office has created Coastal Texas 2020 to lead a long-term, statewide initiative ...
Region H Water Planning Group Executive Summary of the Initially Prepared 2006 Regional Water Plan
(Kellogg Brown & Root, 2005-06)
Under legislation passed in 1997, the State of Texas designated 16 regions to plan for future water supply. Regional Water Planning is governed by the Texas Administrative Code, Title 31, Chapter 357, which mandates that ...
Galveston Bay Wetland Crisis
(Environmental Law Institute, 2005-07)
The charges wetland advocates have long levied against the Galveston District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have recently drawn national attention. Critics say the district willfully misinterprets recent court rulings ...
Riparian Forest Buffer Design and Maintenance
(Maryland Department of Natural Resources Forest Service, 2005)
Riparian forest buffers (RFBs) are essential components of maintaining long-term stream and watershed health and resilience in the Chesapeake Bay region. RFBs also provide valuable ecological functions for wildlife habitat ...
Seventh Biennial State of the Bay Symposium Program
(Galveston Bay Estuary Program, 2005)
Conference program and list of participants.
Real time geo-referenced detection of dispersed oil plumes
The current SMART protocol used by the U.S. Coast Guard relies on traditional ex-situ fluorometers that require physical transport of the sample from the water column to the instruments. While sample transport methods are ...
A new perspective on nature
(Houston Chronicle, 2005-07-15)