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Notes on the mammals of Galveston and Mustang Islands, Texas.
The rodent fauna of two Texas coastal islands, Galveston Island and Mustang Island, is compared. Spread of exotic rodents at these seaports is linked to rainfall.
Parasites of fishes in Galveston Bay.
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Mechanics of formation of salt domes with special references to Gulf Coast salt domes of Texas and Louisiana.
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A new Tetrarhynchid larva from Galveston Bay.
A new species of worm of the genus Otobothrium was found in spotted sea trout, Cynoscion nebulosus caught in Galveston Bay, Texas.
Notes on water birds of the upper Texas coast.
This paper is based on observations of waterbirds made from June 18, 1932 to November 8, 1937. The observations centered around Bolivar Peninsula, Galveston Island, and Freeport, Texas. Brief comments on the nature of ...
Galveston Bay Aerial Photograph Collection (1930)
The Galveston Bay Aerial Photograph Collection (1930) consists of 780 aerial photographs of Galveston Bay and surrounding areas. The photographs have been organized and shelved by U.S.G.S. quadrangle making it easier to ...
The helminths parasitic in the amphibia and reptilia of Houston, Texas, and vicinity
Describes the parasitic flatworms found in amphibians and reptiles in the Houston area.
The problem of stream pollution in Texas with special reference to salt water from the oil fields.
The problem of stream pollution in Texas with special reference to salt water from oil fields. The salt water from the oil-fields in Texas constitutes a real menace to the aquatic resources of the State. This menace can ...
Forest associations in the uplands of the lower Gulf Coastal Plain (Longleaf pine belt).
Description of the types of forest communities occurring along the Coastal Plain from east Texas to Georgia. Forest types are related to soils and climate. Successional relationships are provided.
The significance of the Mississippi River drainage for biological conditions in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.
Plankton collections and bottom hauls made during the 1935 expedition of the Atlantis to the Gulf of Mexico suggested that there is a zone of high productivity in the shallow water area near the mouth of the Mississippi, ...