Galveston Bay Project: Statistical summary of water quality conditions in the Galveston Bay system
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The Galveston Bay Project (GBP), initiated in 1967 by the Texas Water Quality Board, has as its primary objective the development of a water quality management plan for the Galveston Bay system. The project has had many facets, not the least of which have been the conduct of a massive water quality data collection program and associated development of a computerized data management system. This report covers the statistical analysis of water quality samples in various locations within the bay. These samples were then compared to state standards and environmental limits.
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Texas Department of Water Resources. (Texas Department of Water Resources., 1983)No abstract available
Water Resources Data for Texas, Water Year 1988. Volume 1. Arkansas River Basin, Red River Basin, Sabine River Basin, Neches River Basin, Trinity River Basin and Intervening Coastal Basins Buckner HD; Carrillo ER; Davidson HJ (, 1989)Surface-water data for the 1988 water year for Texas are presented in three volumes, appropriately identified as to content by river basins. Data in each volume consist of records of stage, discharge, and water quality of ...
CARTER LJ (, 1970 Feb 2)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 DECISION ...