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Galveston Bay Seminar Executive Summary
(Texas A&M University Sea Grant College Program, 1988)
This book contains abstracts from speakers at the seminar. Titles include: The Physical Setting of the Galveston-Trinity Bay System; Biological Components of Galveston Bay; Galveston Bay and the Surrounding Area: Human ...
Economic Impact Analysis of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Oyster Fishery Management Plan
No abstract available.
Galveston Bay Comprehensive Environmental Impact Statement and Full Disclosure of Cumulative Impacts
The Galveston Bay system is the most productive estuarine system on the Texas Coast. At this time, at least seven proposed federal projects (each the subject of a separate environmental impact statement (EIS)) have the ...
Houston Ship Channel and Galveston Bay: Texas Water Commission and EPA turn their backs.
New information available from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reveals that industries discharge hundreds of millions of pounds of toxic chemicals into the Houston Ship Channel and its feeder streams each year. ...
Containment Assessment of Maintenance Dredged Material from the Houston Ship Channel Galveston Bay, Texas
(United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989-03)
Maintenance dredging of coastal waterways is a continuing process regulated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In Texas the Galveston District is responsible for issuing permits to dredge after they have been reviewed ...
Wetlands and 401 Certification: Opportunities and Guidelines for States and Eligible Indian Tribes
(United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1989-04)
This document examines the Section 401 State water quality certification process and how it applies to wetlands.
Freshwater Inflow to Galveston Bay
(McFarlane & Associates, 1987)
Galveston Bay is the most productive estuary in Texas. The Trinity River provides one-half of the freshwater inflow and nutrients, and a substantial amount of the sediment, which reaches Galveston Bay. The Lake Livingston ...
Trinity - San Jacinto estuary: A study of the influence of freshwater inflows
(Texas Department of Water Resources, 1981)
The provision of sufficient freshwater inflow to Texas bays and estuaries is a vital factor in maintaining estuarine productivity, and a factor contributing to the near-shore fisheries productivity of the Gulf of Mexico. ...
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 ...
Executive summary - ecological effects of the Houston Lighting and Power Company Cedar Bayou generating station on the environments of Trinity Bay and vicinity. Final Report.
(Southwest Research Institute, 1980)
The mission of the present analysis and report is to determine if the discharge of cooling waters from the Cedar Bayou station has had a detrimental impact on the flora and fauna of the receiving waters. All statements ...