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Evaluation of Certain Toxic Substances in Segment 0804 of the Trinity River
(Trinity River Authority of Texas, 1986-07)
The purpose of this task is to determine the occurrence, nature and significance of toxic subtances, particularly regarding impacts on the biological community, in Segment 0804 of the Trinity River. Above and beyond this ...
Nonpoint Source Watershed Workshop
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1991-09)
The Nonpoint Source Watershed Workshop was held in New Orleans, Louisiana, on January 29-31, 1991. The workshop was jointly sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Center for Environmental Research Information, ...
Assessment and Management of Toxics in the Watershed
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2003-03)
The demand for water is beginning to outstrip the available supply of water. The truly insidious insult to freshwater supplies comes from anthropogenic impacts that pollute freshwater supplies and the surrounding watersheds, ...
Bio-Assay and Chemical Analysis of Jefferson Chemical, Texas-U.S. Chemical Goodrich Gulf, and Neches Butane Waste Waters, Port Neches, Texas - Industrial Waste Control in Region MP-1
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-06-30)
Objectives: (1) To determine which of the four plants are contributing to the pollution load on the Neches River; (2) To determine toxic chemicals and its effects on fish life; (3) Encourage company officials to correct ...
Sediment quality and toxic inputs to the Gulf of Mexico
(Gulf of Mexico Program, Stennis, Mississippi, 1993)
States bordering the Gulf of Mexico discharge hundreds of thousands of pounds of toxic pollutants into the Gulf waters each year. Most notable are Texas and Louisiana, with their massive petrochemical complexes that ...
Bio-Assay of Sinclair Refinery's Effluent and Its Effect on Aquatic Life in Corpus Christi Harbor - Pollution Abatement in Regions M-4 through M-9
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-09-06)
Sinclair Refinery has several toxic pollutants entering Corpus Christi Harbor through a cove dredged for mudshell barges. These pollutants are phenols, sulfides, and oil; however, only traces of oil were located at station ...
Bio-assay and Chemical Analysis of American Smelting and Refining Company Waste and its Effects on Aquatic Life in Corpus Christi Harbor - Pollution Abatement in Region MP-2 (Areas M-4 through M-9)
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-09-09)
The American Smelting and Refining Company has an acid waste that escapes periodically from a bleed line. The flow is so small the acid waste dissipates before doing any physical harm to aquatic life.
Bio-Assay of the Pontiac Refinery Final Effluent and Its Effects on Aquatic Life in Corpus Christi Harbor - Pollution Abatement in Region M-4 through M-9
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-08-08)
The Pontiac Refinery has a waste emptying into the Corpus Christi Harbor that carries toxic chemicals, an oil waste and a high chemical oxygen demand waste that is detrimental to aquatic life. This should be remedied by a ...
Investigation of the Existence of Oilfield Pollution in the Mission River - Pollution Abatement in Regions M-4 through M-9
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-11-29)
The main source of pollution in the Mission River is oilfield waste. The fields are old resulting in excessive salt water disposal. The gravity separation of oil and water is inadequate and excessive amounts of oil are ...
Investigation of the Existence of Pollution in Chiltipin Creek - Pollution Abatement in Regions M-4 through M-9
(Texas Game and Fish Commission, 1960-11-01)
The Chiltipin Creek's main function at present is to transport oilfield waste from four major and two minor fields. This high saline and oily waste is slowly destroying nursery grounds for game fish and shrimp and increasing ...