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✏The Texas Review Book Summary :
✏Texas Review of Law Politics Book Summary : The Texas review of law & politics publishes thoughtful and intellectually rigorous conservative articles that can serve as blueprints for constructive legal reform. The Texas review aims to serve as the prime forum for the discussion and debate of contemporary social issues, such as constitutional history, affirmative action, crime, federalism and religious issues.
📒The Science Of Instream Flows ✍ National Research Council
✏The Science of Instream Flows Book Summary : Across the United States, municipalities, counties, and states grapple with issues of ensuring adequate amounts of water in times of high demand and low supply. Instream flow programs aim to balance ecosystem requirements and human uses of water, and try to determine how much water should be in rivers. With its range of river and ecosystem conditions, growing population, and high demands on water, Texas is representative of instream flow challenges across the United States, and its instream flow program may be a model for other jurisdictions. Three state agenciesâ€"the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB), the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)â€"asked a committee of the National Research Council (NRC) to review the Programmatic Work Plan (PWP) and Technical Overview Document (TOD) that outline the stateâ€™s instream flow initiative. The committee suggested several changes to the proposed plan, such as establishing clearer goals, modifying the flow chart that outlines the necessary steps for conducting an instream flow study, and provide better linkages between individual studies of biology, hydrology and hydraulics, physical processes, and water quality.
✏Review of the 1986 Texas Closure for the Shrimp Fishery Off Texas and Louisiana Book Summary : "The implementation of the Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery management plan (FMP) in May 1981 permitted, for the first time, closure of the brown shrimp fishery fran the coastline to 200 nautical miles off the Texas coast. The objectives of the Texas closure management measure were to increase the yield of shrimp and to eliminate waste caused by discard of undersized shrimp in the fishery conservation zone (FCZ). According to the FMP, shrimp yield would be increased by protecting shrimp fran fishing during the period when they were predominantly small and were growing rapidly. Discards would be reduced by eliminating the count restriction in order to allow all shrimp caught to be landed. The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council (GMFMC) agreed to continue this seasonal closure of the brown shrimp fishery off the Texas coast in 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 and again in 1986. The 1986 Texas Closure was implemented fran 10 May to 2 July 1986, but unlike other years the area closed was only fran the coastline to 15 nautical miles off the Texas coast. It was determined by the Council that this type of closure would still allow small brown shrimp to be protected from harvest but would also allow the taking of larger brown shrimp by fisherman in deeper waters"--Introduction, paragraph 1.
📒Interim Review Of Reports On Brazos River And Tributaries Texas ✍ United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
✏Interim Review of Reports on Brazos River and Tributaries Texas Book Summary :
📒The South Texas Health Status Review ✍ Amelie G. Ramirez
✏The South Texas Health Status Review Book Summary : This book is a roadmap of the exact health disparities that burden the health of South Texas residents, especially Hispanics, compared to the rest of Texas and nation. This type of knowledge has the potential to fuel and motivate researchers and public health leaders to create and shape interventions to reverse those health disparities. Most notably, focus on obesity and diabetes prevention efforts and modifiable risk factors—such as nutrition, reproductive factors and access to health care—has significant potential to reduce the burden of disease in South Texas communities.South Texas, a 38-county region that spans 45,000 square miles along the Texas-Mexico border northward to the area around metropolitan Bexar County (home to San Antonio), is home to 18% of the state’s population. Yet South Texas residents, who are 68% Hispanic, struggle with lower educational levels, less income and less access to health care—and, as a result, suffer from a wide variety of health disparities. To study the health status and identify the exact health disparities that exist in the region, researchers from The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio teamed with researchers from the Texas Department of State Health Services to develop the South Texas Health Status Review.The Review team analyzed a variety of the latest county, state and national data to compare South Texas’ incidence, prevalence and mortality rates for more than 35 health indicators—from cancers to chronic diseases like diabetes to communicable diseases like HIV/AIDS to maternal health and even environmental health—to the rest of Texas and the nation by age, sex, race/ethnicity and rural/urban location.
✏Review of the 1982 Texas Closure for the Shrimp Fishery Off Texas and Louisiana Book Summary : "Brown shrimp production in statistical subareas 18-21 from June 1981-May 1982 amounted to 41.5 million pounds. Peak produc- tion occurred from July-Sept, which accounted for 74% (30.7 million pounds) of the total landings in that biological year. High catches and extremely good levels of relative abundance occurred off the Texas coast in July and August. The peak in CPUE of almost 21400 pounds/day occurred in July but dropped to 1,400 pounds/day in August. Production of brown shrimp from Sept-Dec amounted to 14.1 million pounds with an average CPUE of around 650 pounds/day. In the Jan-Apr period, production amounted to only a half million pounds with the CPUE falling to an average of approximately 270 pounds/day"--Summary, paragraph 1
✏A Review of the Oregon and Texas Experience in Building Performance Measurement and Reporting Systems Book Summary :
✏Texas Review Book Summary :
✏Author : Benjamin LUNDY
✏Release Date : 1836
✏Pages : 56
✏ISBN : BL:A0018536728
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The War in Texas a Review of Facts and Circumstances Showing that this Contest is the Result of a Long Premeditated Crusade Against the Government By a Citizen of the United States i e Benjamin Lundy Book Summary :