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Public and User Group Members
(Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program, 1991)
This report presents the findings of a questionnaire-type study conducted for the Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary Program (BTNEP) on area residents and various user groups of the Barataria-Terrebonne estuary. The intent of ...
System Response Approach of tidal hydrodynamic phenomenon in Galveston bay, Texas
(Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 1999)
With recent advances in computer technology, long term (one year) simulation of complicated estuaries with large-scale multi-dimensional (3D) numerical models has become possible. However, these numerical solutions still ...
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 ...
Status of Submerged Vegetation in the Galveston Bay System
(Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, 1991)
Submerged vascular plants (SV) provide valuable nursery habitat, organic production, and bottom stability in the estuarine environment. This aquatic vegetation in specially-adapted to estuarine factors which do not ...
The relation of menhaden to estuaries.
(Allen Press, Incorporated, 1966)
Menhaden, genus Brevoortia, use estuaries along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States as nursery areas for more than half of their first year of life. The Atlantic menhaden, B. tyrannus, and Gulf menhaden, B. ...
Status and Trends of Hydrologic Modification, Reduction in Sediment Availability and Habitat Loss/Modification in the Barataria-Terrebonne Estuarine System
(Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program, 1995)
The purpose of this report is to evaluate the current status and recent trends in factors contributing to these priority problems: habitat loss and modification; hydologic modification; and reduction in sediment availability. ...
A trawl study of an estuarine nursery area in Galveston Bay, with particular reference to penaeid shrimp.
(University of Washington, 1961)
Since the young of many marine forms in the Gulf of Mexico are found predominantly in the brackish inshore waters, the estuarine environment has been referred to as nursery areas. Because of the apparent importance of ...
Preliminary review draft: a comprehensive report to the 63rd Texas legislature on the Coastal Resources Management Program
(Interagency Council on Natural Resources and the Environment, 1972)
Senate Current Resolution No. 38, 61st Legislature, directed the Interagency Council on Natural Resources and the Environment to conduct a comprehensive investigation and analysis of the State's coastal zone. This grew ...
Sedimentation in fluvial-deltaic wetlands and estuarine areas Texas Gulf coast. Literature Synthesis.
(University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, 1990)
Deltaic and associated alluvial areas at the mouths of rivers that discharge into the bay-estuary-lagoon system along the Texas coast are the sites of extensive salt-, brackish-, and fresh-water marshes that are essential ...
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.