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Reduction - alteration of living resources
(Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1990)
This article is about the reduction and alteration of living resources with an emphasis on habitat, salinity, and water quality and circulation.
Water quality segment report for segment nos. 1005, 1006, and 1007. Houston Ship Channel. Report no. WQS-25
(Texas Water Quality Board, Field Operations Division, Surveillance Section, 1977)
The Ship Channel has been an extremely important element in the economic and industrial growth of the Houston area. Industries located along its reach have access to barge and ship traffic from all over the world. In ...
Biological-ecological studies of Galveston Bay, Texas. Third quarterly report. October 1, 1969
(The University of Texas, Marine Science Institute at Port Aransas, 1969)
This report contains four individual parts: 1) Species Diversity, 2) Phytoplankton Toxicity, 3) Limiting Nutrients, 4) River Inflow.
Galveston Bay water quality survey 1963 - 1967
(Texas State Department of Health, 1968)
The results of the 1963-1967 Water Quality Survey of the Galveston Bay Complex indicate water qualities at specific locations varying from very poor to excellent. In order to arrive at conclusions as to the four questions ...
Galveston Bay: test case of an estuary in crisis.
The Galveston Bay estuary's environmental crisis is reported. Long a major nursery area for shellfish and finfish, the bay's water quality has been severely degraded by rapid industrial and population growth. A 1914 ...
Chemical and physical characteristics of water in estuaries of Texas, September 1967- September 1968.
(Texas Water Development Board., 1970)
The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Texas Water Development Board, began a water-resources investigation of estuaries in September 1967. Data are being collected from most of the principal estuaries along ...
Preliminary Investigation of Tracer Gas Reaeration Method for Shallow Bays
(Texas Water Resoruces Institute, 1987)
Accurate estimates of surface exchange rates for volatile pollutants in bays are needed to allow predictions of pollutant movement and retention time. The same types of estimates can be used to calculate reaeration rates. ...
The economics of improved estuarine water quality: An NEP manual for measuring benefits
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Marine and Estuarine Protection and Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation, 1990)
Section 320 of the Clean Water Act provides for the development of Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plans (CCMPs) for estuaries of National significance. To ensure the greatest return on resources spent, it is ...
Attacking Bay Problems.
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Landsat assessment of estuarine water quality with specific reference to coastal land-use.
(Texas A&M University, 1978)
The highly productive and economically valuable estuaries of the United States are under environmental stress. The effects of human beings in most cases will inevitably increase turbidity, siltation and related pollution ...