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Estuarine Ecology Sammy Ray
Value of Estuaries
Value of Gulf of Mexico Fisheries
Lifecycle of Penaeid shrimp
A typical Spartina alternerflora marsh
Typical shoreline in Galveston bay
Bulk-headed shore line Galveston Bay
Initial stage of marsh destruction
Preparing marsh land for construction
Preparation and bulk-heading of construction site
Completed petrochemical plant
Typical sand flat marsh site in Galveston Bay
Construction of canal sites for home development
Construction of a power generating plant on the Cedar bayou
Cooling pond at HL&P at Cedar bayou
Thermal plume in Trinity bay from Cedar bayou generating plant
Experimental aquaculture ponds at Cedar bayou generating plant
Effects of temperature on growth rate of brown shrimp
Proposed water transport system for coastal Texas
Chapter 3 Communities and Biomes
DermoWatch : Monitoring the Health of Galveston Bay with Oysters Sammy M. Ray Texas A&M University at Galveston Thomas M. Soniat Nicholls State University.
Civil Engineering Michael C. Applegate HQ AFSOC/CEV WETLANDS CONSTRUCTION AS MITIGATION.
Cameron Meadows Marsh Creation and Terracing (CS-66) Julia Wall, E.I. Engineering Division May 6, 2014 committed to our coast Coastal Protection and Restoration.
Intertidal Zone Ms. Bridgeland. Intertidal Zone Shallow area connected to the beach that is made up of high tides and low tides Talk about habitats that.
And the effects of weathering,erosion, and deposition
Restoring Environment- Maintaining Infrastructure; Tradeoffs for Long Term Sustainability Bob Stokes President Galveston Bay Foundation
Harry Williams, Geomorphology1 SHORELINE EROSION AT MAD ISLAND MARSH PRESERVE. Mad Island Marsh Preserve is a 3,148- acre tract containing the east arm.
The Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act Presentation for the National Science Teachers Association Meeting New Orleans, LA November.
A Coastal Barrier Protecting the Houston/Galveston Region from Hurricane Storm Surge Center for Texas Beaches and Shores Texas A& M University at Galveston.
Texas Waters, Rivers and the Gulf of Mexico
CHAPTER 10 The Coast: Beaches and Shoreline Processes.
Galveston Hurricane. A Hurricane Learning Objectives Understand why the Galveston Hurricane caused a large amount of destruction. Explain the ways in.
Chapter 12 Estuaries: Where Rivers Meet the Sea Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.
Estuaries Shipley Marine Biology
HOME SWEET HOME: HOUSTON!. Houston Intersection of four ecological zones: Prairies Bayous Forests Galveston Bay.
Galveston Bay Travelog Sammy Ray. Fresh Water Inflow (GB)
Geothermal and Tidal Power Non-Solar Energy Flows.
Sara Watts and Emily Luna. What’s an estuary? Saltwater meets freshwater River runs into ocean Lagoons Bays Tidal Marshes.
Total Amount of Boom in Division: Deployed Boom: 35,800’ Proposed Boom: 11,500’ Maintain and continue boom deployments as weather permits. Maintain 3,900'
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