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The estuarine zone: uses and concerns.
(Texas A&M University, 1971)
An estuary is part of the coastal area known as a bay, tideflat, bayou, lagoon or marshland. The biological characteristics are summarized with the importance to certain species of fishes, marine animals, waterfowl, plants, ...
Financing state wetlands programs.
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Wetlands Protection, 1990)
In response to continuing wetland losses, federal, state, and local governments, as well as nonprofit organizations have begun to broaden their efforts to protect these valuable resources. One of the primary challenges ...
The use of a GIS for Gulf of Mexico wetland change.
No abstract available
Tidal wetlands and estuarine coliform bacteria
(Plenum Press, 1980)
High concentrations of indicator bacteria (tidal and fecal coliforms) are common in Delaware estuarine waters which have large areas of adjacent tidal wetlands. The relation between tidal wetlands and these high coliform ...
Law of wetlands regulation
(Clark Boardman Company, Limited, 1990)
No abstract available
Texas coastal wetlands: A handbook for local governments
(Texas General Land Office, Coastal Division, 1996)
This handbook has been prepared to provide relevant information for local officials, citizens, landowners, and groups interested in conserving , creating, or restoring wetlands along the Texas coast. It focuses on local, ...
Galveston Island - a changing environment.
(Texas A&M University ., 1980)
The final report of a one year remote sensing study of baseline conditions at Galveston Island, Texas is presented. The purpose of the project was to provide the City of Galveston with environmental documentation needed ...
Site Selection for Beneficial Use of Dredge Material Through Marsh Creation in Galveston Bay
(National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Galveston Laboratory, 1992)
This investigation addresses the potential of marsh creation in Galveston Bay to provide beneficial use in conjunction with widening and deepening of the Houston-Galveston Navigation Channel. Interagency planners are ...
The mitigation banking debate.
Although attractive to economists, landowners, and developers, mitigation banks are opposed by many environmental groups and agencies.
Proceedings of the national workshop on geotextile tube applications
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1997)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has used increasingly in recent years geotextile tubes filled with sand for the retention and erosion protection of dredged material in low wave energy, low-tidal range regimes. Because ...