A REGIONAL MARINE COPPER WATER EFFECTS RATIO AND TRACE METALS STUDY FOR THE HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL AREA
Abstract:The Houston Ship Channel (HSC) is located in the San Jacinto River Basin. It has many tributaries and two main branches; one originating in the City of Houston, and one downstream from the Lake Houston Dam on the San Jacinto River. The two branches combine at approximately the Lynchburg ferry area and the HSC continues to Morgan's Point in upper Galveston Bay.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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