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Harpacticoida (Crustacea: Copepoda) from the California continental shelf : final report
Specimens of new Harpacticoida species were obtained during the California Outer Continental Shelf (OCS), Phase II, Monitoring Program (CAMP) between November 1986 and May 1989. The CAMP project was a multidisciplinary ...
Mass balance of Campeche oil intruding into Texas bays and estuaries through Aransas Inlet
The Aransas Inlet and adjoining channels were sampled for surface and subsurface oil concentrations transported in and out of the estuarine complex on flood and ebb tides during the diel period 30-31 August 1979. The results ...
Effects of dredge deposits on seagrasses : an integrative model for Laguna Madre : concluding report. Volume I, Executive Summary.
This report presents the results of an interdisciplinary collaborative effort to develop an integrative model for seagrass productivity in Laguna Madre. One of the major components of this integrative model is the ...
Biological application for the stabilization of dredged materials, Corpus Christi, Texas : upland plantings
Small test plots of upland, emergent, and submergent environments on recent and old dredged material and other barren sites in Corpus Christi Bay were transplanted with selected local natural plants. Data from the first ...
Climate change in the Mission-Aransas Reserve : Evaluating vulnerability of coastal ecosystem and communities using long-term data sets and development of relevant adaptation strategies. Phase 1 : Technical Report.
This report assesses the long-term impacts of climate changes, such as temperature and precipitation, on the Mission-Aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve fisheries and bird species, in the past several decades. ...
Artificial upwelling progress, 1976-1977
A pilot-stage, two-trophic-level, deep-sea water mariculture system was operated on St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands over a nine-month period. Antarctic Intermediate Water from about 870 m depth was pumped continuously into ...