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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Manuscripts

Oversized Materials

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Water Resources Center:

An Inventory of Its Records, 1940-1992, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Texas Tech University. Water Resources Center
Title: Water Resources Center Records,
Dates: 1940-1992
Abstract: The collection, dated from 1940-1992, contains administrative and research files of the Water Resources Center at Texas Tech University.
Collection # U 295.3
Quantity: 13 Boxes and 1 Oversize Folder (14.0 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Established in 1965 by the Board of Regents, the Water Resources Center (WRC) researches water issues on the state, national and international level, and in particular water concerns of the Texas High Plains. The WRC is housed in the Civil Engineering building and its researchers are comprised of Civil and Environmental Engineering faculty.

"The operating philosophy of the WRC is that the highest priority for research activities should be accorded to concerns inherent in ensuring the High Plains region has water supplies that are adequate in quantity and quality to meet the region's needs. Thus, three objectives have been identifies: 1)Augmentation- increasing the supply of available water; 2) Conservation- reducing demands by increasing the efficiency of water use; and 3) Protection- preventing the pollution of existing supplies. Education and the WRC go hand-in-hand."

More information on the WRC can be found at http://www.wrc.ce.ttu.edu/

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Scope and Content

The collection deals with water related subjects, primarily related to the environment and the Pantex Plant, located outside of Amarillo, Texas. Included are numerous literary productions, maps of various Texas counties, and water reports.

Transferred to the Audio/Visual department was one VHS tape entitled, "Wading Discharge Measurement Water Levels in Wells, Introduction to Fractal Geology Debris Flow Dynamics," undated.

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Organization

The materials are arranged into alphabetical order.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Claborn, B. J.
Rainwater, Ken
Ramsey, R. H.
Urban, Lloyd V.
Subjects (Organizations)
High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1
Texas Tech University. College of Engineering
Texas Tech University. Water Resources Center
Texas Water Development Board
Subjects (Places)
Amarillo(Tex.)
Big Spring(Tex.)
Howard County(Tex.)
Lubbock (Tex.)
Subjects
Land use--Planning
Ogallala Aquifer
Ogallala Aquifer--Great Plains
Pantex Plant (Amarillo, Tex.)
Playas--Texas
Water resources development--Texas
Water use--Arid regions

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Related Material

Water Resources Center Records, 1883-2003

Water Resources Center Records, 1896-2001

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Water Resources Center Records, 1940-1992, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Gift, 2005

Processed by

Garrett Abbott, Kent Bowersock, David Dodds, Brenda L. Haes, Tara Mahan, and Austin Swann, 2005

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Collection Inventory

 

Manuscripts

box folder
1 1 Absorption of Surfactants by Core Samples, 1982
2 Alphabetical Committee List, 1966
3 Big Spring Draw 10-Year Existing Conditions, 1979
4 California Water Plan, 1970-1971
5 Chapter 52: Texas Water Code, undated
6 Charts: Lake Flow History for Filters, 1985
7 Charts: Precipitation, Lake Flow History and Levels, 1985
8 Claborn, Bill: Class Notes and Rosters, 1986-187
9 Claborn, Bill: Class Notes and Rosters, 1991-1992
10 Class Notes: Surface Hydrology by Bill Claborn, 1989
11 Class Notes: Water Resources III by Bill Claborn, 1991
12 Column Drainage: Constant Environment Chamber, 1982-1984 1982-1984
13 Committee Chairmen, undated
14 Conference: Ponds as a Wastewater Treatment Alternative, 1975
15 Constant Environment Chamber Data, 1984-1987
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2 1 Contract Between High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1 and Texas Tech University, 1981
2 Contributions to the Governor’s Committee of 500, 1969
3 Control of Sediment Deposition at Big Sandy Draw Bridge and Interstate 20 (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1992
4 Control of Sediment Deposition at Big Sandy Draw Bridge and Interstate 20 (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1992
Correspondence
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2 5 Correspondence: Bill Claborn’s Visit to Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1985
6 Correspondence: Can-Tex Industries, 1967 and undated
7 Correspondence: Comparisons of Software Packages for Large Sparse Linear Systems, 1979
8 Correspondence: Cost Estimates of Sand Tanks, 1984
9 Correspondence: Feasibility of Secondary Recovery of Water, 1981-1986
10 Correspondence: Foundation Electronic Instruments, 1983
11 Correspondence: High Plains Underground Water Conservation, 1984
12 Correspondence: Instrument for Reflectromatic Analysis of Moisture in Soil Test Report, 1983
13 Correspondence: Mathematical Modeling of Secondary Recovery of Water from the Vadose Zone by Air Injection, 1985
14 Correspondence: Recovery of Water from the Unsaturated Zone of the Ogallala Aquifer by Air Injection, 1983
15 Correspondence: Rupture of Gas Well Near Johnson Space Center, 1985
16 Correspondence: Second Recovery, 1984-1986
17 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Ground-Water Contract No. 14-50028, 1985
18 Correspondence: “Secondary Recovery of Water,” by Bill Claborn, 1983
19 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Research, 1983-1984
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3 1 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Study in Ogallala Aquifer Phase I, 1981
2 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Tests, 1985 1985
3 Correspondence: Section 80 Study, 1975
4 Correspondence and Drawings, 1981 and undated
5 Cumulative Wind, Pan Evaporation and Tensiometer Changes Versus Time for Plot I, 1983
6 Dams, 1961-1962 and undated
7 Data: Constant Environment Chamber, 1986-1987
8 Data: Feasibility of Secondary Recovery of Water, 1981-1983
9 Data Set Sequence, 1986
10 Floppy Disks, undated
11 Floyd County: Clement’s Lake, 1948-1951
12 The Governor’s Committee of 500: Finance Committee, undated
13 Hale County: Biffle, Herman, 1948-1951
14 Handwritten Notecards on Water, undated
15 High Plains Irrigation Survey, 1967
16 High Plains States Groundwater Demonstration Program, 1986
17 High Plains Water Conservation: Logs and Location Maps of Shallowater and Wolfforth Playa Lakes, 1985
18 Investigation of the Feasibility of Secondary Recovery of Ground Water from the Ogallala Formation, 1985
19 Laboratory and Analytical Studies, 1982 and undated
20 Lake Runoff Data, 1949
Literary Productions
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3 21 “Accomplishments of the 62nd Legislature,” Gus Mutcher, 1971
22 Activated Sludge, undated
23 “Activated Sludge is Versatile and Efficient,” author unknown, undated
24 “Adaptation to Aridity: Water Development in South Africa,” George A. Whetstone, 1971
25 “Address by Charles L. Becker at Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Annual Meeting,” 1974
26 “Address by Governor-Elect Dolph Briscoe at the Annual Water, Inc. Membership Drive Kickoff Meeting,” 1972
27 “Advantages of Phosphate Use in Detergents,”Arthur F. Pillsbury, 1971
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4 1 “Aerated Lagoons,” author unknown, undated
2 “Aeration and Mass Transfer,” author unknown, undated
3 “Agrecology Farming,” author unknown, undated
4 “Agricultural Legislation’s Potential in Reducing Discharge of Pollutants,” Ernest L. Gamble, undated
5 “Air Injection for Removal of Contaminants in the Unsaturated Zone: Phase II,” B. J. Claborn and Ken A. Rainwater, 1987
6 Air Injection to Control the Movement of a Contaminated Plume,” Billy J. Claborn and Ken A. Rainwater, 1987
7 “Air, Water, Land, and People,” Frank M. Stead and P. H. McGaughey, 1968
8 “Algal Bioassay Potential Primary Productivity Studies of the Lower St. Louis River, Minnesota,” J. M. Johnson, O. R. Ruschmeyer, T. O. Odlaug, and T. A. Olson, undated
9 “Alternate Pollution Control Systems for Coastal Metropolitan Areas,” author unknown, 1966
10 “Anaerobic Ponds,” Joseph F. Malina, Jr. and Rafael A. Rios, undated
11 “Analysis of Closed Circuit Irrigation System and Its Subdivision,” David Karmeli, Gideon Oron, 1979
12 “Analysis of Plants, Soils and Waters for Nitrate by Using an Ion-Selective Electrode,” P. J. Milham, A. S. Awad, R. E. Paull, and J. H. Bull, 1970
13 “Animal Waste Management with Pollution Control,” R. Hansen, K. L. Martin, J. Matsushima, S. M. Morrison, B. R. Sabey, D. W. Seckler, J. L. Smith, G. M. Ward, J. C. Ward, R. C. Ward, et. al., 1974
14 “Applications of Advances in Space Technology to Water Resources Management,” Michael G. Del Duca, and John M. Fuscoe, 1966
15 “Aquifer Recharge Utilizing Playa Lake Water and ‘Alidrain’ Filters,’" Lloyd V. Urban and Bill J. Claborn, 1982
16 “Aquifer Recharge Utilizing Playa Lake Water and Filter Underdrains,” Lloyd V. Urban and Bill J. Claborn, 1984
17 “Aquifer Recharge Utilizing Playa Lake Water and ‘Wick’ Filter Drains,” Lloyd V. Urban and Bill J. Claborn, 1982
18 “Are Existing Measurements of Precipitation Input to Watersheds Adequate for Management Decisions?” Paul A. Rechard, undated
19 “Are Health Effects of Man’s Environment Additive?” Richard A. Prindle, 1968
20 “Assessment of Pollution-Water Quality-Ecosystem Interactions in Jamaica Bay,” author unknown, 1970
21 “An Assessment of the Nation’s Water Resources,” Bruce Blanehard, 1969
22 “Atmospheric Oxygenation in a Simulated Stream,” Willie P. Isaacs and Anthony F. Gaudy, Jr., 1968
23 “Automation of California Water Project,” Alfred B. Golze, 1968
24 “Automation of Irrigation,” Maurice N. Langley, 1968
25 “Bacteria, Algae, and Dissolved Organic Matter,” John E. Hobbie, undated
25 “Bacteria, Algae, and Dissolved Organic Matter,” John E. Hobbie, undated
26 “Barry Commoner and the New Economics,” Jerome Goldstein, 1969
27 “Benefit Profile Analysis in Environmental Decision Making,” Donavan Young, 1970
28 “Better Communities through Water Resource Development,” C. V. Wood, Jr., 1971
29 “Biological Effects of Waste Discharges on Coastal Receiving Waters,” Neal E. Armstrong and Philip N. Storrs, 1969
30 “Biological Interactions and Their Significance in Waste Treatment Ponds,” Clyde E. Goulden, undated
31 “Biological Waste Stabilization Ponds at Exxon Company, USA, Baytown Refinery and Exxon Chemical Company USA Chemical Plant,” Sharon M. Novak, undated
32 “Biomediation Technology Development and Application to the Alaskan Spill,” R. R. Chianelli, T. Aczel, R. E. Bare, G. N. George, M. W. Genowitz, M. J. Grossman, et. al., undated
33 “Brazos River Basin Hearing on the Study of Natural Salt Pollution Control,” Water, Inc., 1971
34 “Briefing Session,” Water, Incorporated, 1975
35 Bureau of Reclamation Contributions to International Water Resources Development, undated
36 “The Canada Water Act – A Vehicle for Action,” E. Roy Tinney, 1971
37 Literary Productions: “Canadian River Basin/Red River Basin/Brazos River Basin/Colorado River Basin, undated
38 “Canadian Water Export,” Edward Kuipert, 1966-1968
39 “Cannery Wastewater Treatment by High-Rate Spray on Grassland,” James P. Law, Jr., Richard E. Thomas, and Leon H. Myers, 1970
40 “Cenozoic Geology of the Canadian River Valley, New Mexico,” Zane Spiegel, undated
41 “Change and Water Uses,” 1971
42 “Change and Water Uses,” Bill Clayton, 1972
43 “Characteristics of Illinois Ground Waters at Three Stages of Treatment for Iron Removal,” author unknown, undated
44 “Characteristics of Industrial Wastes and the Effect on the Environment,” Ernest F. Gloyna, undated
45 “Characteristics of Plastic Membrane for Engineering Applications,” Richard G. Ahlvin and Sidney G. Tucker, 1972
46 “A Checklist of the Cave Fauna of Texas. III. Vertebrata,” James R. Reddell, 1967
47 “Chemical in Situ Oxidation for Rehabilitation of Aquifers,” Harry W. Parker and Kenneth Rainwater, 1987
48 Civil Engineering and Urban Systems,” George L. Peterson, Robert S. Gemmell, Richard D. Worrall and Donald S. Berry, undated
49 “Civil Engineering Applications of Remote Sensing,” David J. Barr and Wesley P. James, 1973
50 “Class Suits to Enjoin Federal Projects,” Frank R. Booth, undated
51 “Clean Water for Texas to Drink,” Henry J. Greaser, 1972
52 “Cleaning Up the Water Mess,” R. Neil Sampson, 1984
53 “Coliform Disappearance Rate Study,” 1971
54 “Comments by Duncan Ellison, Executive Director, Water, Inc. on House Joint Resolution 33,” Ellison and Duncan, 1981
55 “Common Denominators,” F. J. Clarke, 1971
56 “A Comparison of the Effect of Surface Runoff and Sewage Discharge upon the Water Quality of a Subtropical Estuary,” R. H. F. Young, N. C. Burbank, and L. S. Lau, 1970
57 “Composting Domestic Refuse in a Home Unit,” J. W. Clark, 1964
58 “Comprehensive Study of the Rio Grande Valley,” Jesse B. Gilmer, 1971
59 “Computational Aids for Forecasting Water Quality,” E. F. Gloyna, R. S. Schechter, 1960
60 “Computer Applications in Sanitary Engineering,” John L. Rose, Paul Spindel, undated
61 “Conclusions of the National Water Commission’s Report,” Josiah Wheat, 1972
62 “Continuation of Quality Characteristics of Lake and Recharge Water in Playa Basins,” R. H. Ramsey and R. E. Zartman, 1987
63 “Controlling Ocean Pollution,” Norman H. Brooks, 1966
64 “Conventional and Unconventional Alternatives for Water Supply Management,” Robert K. Davis and Steve H. Hanke, 1973
65 “Co-Operative Measures for Maintaining and Improving the Quality of the Hydrosphere,” Earnest F. Gloyna, Dan M. Wells, and Bernard B. Berger, 1971
66 “Corps of Engineers Develops Water Supply Tools,” Thomas M. Walski, 1985
67 “Counterintuitive Behavior of Social Systems,” Jay W. Forrester, 1971
68 “County Solid Waste Control Act,” 1971
69 “Data Acquisition Systems in Hydrology,” William L. Isherwood, 1963
70 “Data Acquisition Systems in Water Supply or Water Automation, Instrumentation, Technology,” Samuel S. Baxter and Joseph V. Radziul, 1963
71 “Data Requirements for Digital Groundwater Model,” B. J. Claborn and Tommy Knowles, 1971
72 “Data Validation,” Gerald C. Gill, undated
73 “The Debrecen Sewage Research Farm Project,” Laszlo Vermes, undated
74 “Degradation of Abs and Other Organics in Unsaturated Soils,” Gordon G. Robeck, Jesse M Cohen, William T. Sayers, and Richard L. Woodward, 1963
75 “Dehydrogenase Activity as Criterion for the Determination of Toxic Effects on Biological Purification Systems,” G. Lenhard, 1965
76 “Denitrification of Sewage Effluents,” P. O. Finsen and D. Sampson, 1959
77 “Desalting– Water Management’s Newest Tool,” J. W. O’Meara, 1973
78 “Desert Isotype Hydrology: Water Sources of the Sinai Desert,” Joel R. Gat and Arie Issar, 1974
79 “Design and Construction of Earth Dams in New England,” John William Leslie and William M. Haines, 1963
80 “Design and Operation of Complete Mixing Activated Sludge Plants,” Ross E. McKinney, undated
81 “Design Considerations for a 3-D Laser Doppler Velocimeter for Studying Gravity Waves in Shallow Water,” Robert J. Hallermeier, 1973
82 “Design Criteria for Polishing Ponds,” R. Ramani, 1975
83 “Design Example,” Earnest F. Gloyna, undated
84 “Design of Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Facilities,” Davis L. Ford and Earnest F. Gloyna, 1970
85 “Design Parameter for a Dedicated Recharge Well,” Billy J. Claborn and Ken A. Rainwater, 1988
86 “Design Parameters for the Completely-Mixed Activated Sludge Process,” Tom D. Reynolds, 1965
87 “Detergent Phosphates and Eutrophication Excerpts from Federal Trade Commission Testimony,” William C. Krumrei, 1971
88 “Detergent Phosphates and Eutrophism,” Daniel A. Okun, 1971
89 “Determination and Charting of the Waste Load in a Flowing Stream,” G. Müller-Neuhaus, 1962
90 “Determination of Nitrate in Waters with the Nitrate-selective Ion Electrode,” D. R. Keeney, B. H. Byrnes, and J. J. Genson, 1970
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5 1 “Developing, Using and Conserving Groundwater for Multiple Uses in Georgia, Ronald M. North, 1977
2 “Development of a Computer Model for Groundwater Management,” T. R. Knowles and B. J. Claborn, 1971
3 “Development of Guidelines and Consideration for Ponds,” James E. Dougherty, 1975
4 “Developments in Activated Sludge Process,” Earnest F. Gloyna and Davis L. Ford, 1971
5 “The Disaster Lobby,” Thomas R. Shepard Jr., 1971
6 “The Disastrous 20-year Time Loss in Weather Modification in the United States,” Irving P. Krick, 1971
7 “Discussion of Canadian Water Export” E. Kuliper, General A. G. I. McNaughton, 1966
8 “Dispersion of Soluble Hydrocarbons in Groundwater Stream,” B. Hoffman, undated
9 “Disposal of Wastes: Scientific and Administrative Considerations,” Robert E. Bergstrom, 1968
10 “Draft Position Paper on Educational Needs- Continuing Education,” M. D. R. Riddell, Franklin D. Dryden, Joseph McCabe, Stanley F. Sleva, W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr., and Earnest F. Gloyna, undated
11 ““Draft Position Paper on Educational Needs for an Undergraduate Program in Environmental Engineering,” Donald B. Aulenbach, Marion Kay Bela, Ron Brooks, C. P. Leslie Grady, Jr., E. R. Hendrickson, and Harry Hovey, undated
12 “Draft Position Paper on Educational Needs for Graduate Programs in Environmental Engineering,” George P. Hanna, Jr., Frank R. Bowerman, Edward R. Hermann, Warren J. Kaufman, Gerald A. Rohlich, and August T. Rossano, Jr., undated
13 “Draft Position Paper on Educational Needs for Two-Year Technician and Four-Year Technologist Programs,” John H. Austin, Joe Bahnick, Daniel Campbell, Hugh McMillian, Mike Pennachi, Heinz Russelmann, and William Todd, 1972
14 “Draft Position Paper on Environmental Quality Goals and Challenges,” Wesley E. Gilbertson, Joseph A. Lieberman, Frank A. Butrico, Arthur A. Atkisson, Maynard M. Hufschmidt, C. J. Touhill, and Percy H. McGauhey, undated
15 “Draft Position Paper on Manpower Needs Task Force Members,” E. Joe Middlebrooks, Robert S. Augustine, George E. Best, Morton S. Ettelstein, Ernest F. Gloyna, Lawrence P. Kolb, et. al., undated
16 “Earth Dams in Weathered Granite Terrain,” Richard C. Harlan, 1963
17 “East and West Texas Partners in Water Resource Development,” John Allen, 1972
18 “The Ecology of Flowing Waters in Relation to Management,” H. B. N. Hynes, 1969
19 “Economic Benefits from Use of Water in Secondary Oil Recovery Texas High Plains,” Tommy Swann, 1974
20 “An Economic Evaluation of the Values of a Subtropical Estuary from the Standpoint of Water Quality Management,” Hiroshi Yamauchi, 1970
21 “Economic Potential for Development of Increasing Groundwater Storage Beneath a High Plains Municipality,” Ken Rainwater, Marvin Dvoracek, and R. H. Ramsey, 1986
22 “The Economics of Desalination,” S. Baron, 1966
23 “Effect of Foreign Components on the Precipitation of Phosphate by Aluminum,” Wen Lin Yuan and Pa Ho Hsu, undated
24 “The Effect of Irrigation Return Water Upon Groundwater Quality,” P. Tenorio and R. H. F. Young, 1970
25 “Effect of Return Flows on Dissolved Solids,” Dennis J. Crowley and Joseph F. Maling, Jr., 1972
26 “The Effect of Temperature on High-Rate Digestion of Activated Sludge,” J. F. Maling, Jr., 1961
27 “The Effect of Turbid, High Carbohydrate, Sugar Processing Waste on Tropical Open Sea,” R. J. Burm and D. E. Morris, 1970
28 “Effects of Cation Exchange on Groundwater Solute Transport,” C. B. Fedler and Ken A. Rainwater, 1987
29 “The Effects of Fluoride on Estuarine Organism,” J. Hemens and R. J. Warwick, 1972
30 “Effects of pH and Ammonia on the Rate of Nitrification of Surface Water,” Bahman Kholdebarin, 1977
31 “Effects of San Diego’s Wastewater Discharge on the Ocean Environment,” Carl W. Chen, 1970
32 “The Effects of Vibration on the Percolation Rate of Water Through Randall Clay,” Thomas A. Gawlik, undated
33 “Effluent Quality for Maintaining Estuarine Water,” Neal E. Armstrong, 1975
34 “Electromagnetic Determination of Soil Water Content Using TDR: I. Applications to Wetting Fronts and Steep Gradients,” G. C. Topp, J. L. Davis, A. P. Annan, 1982
35 “Electron Optical Observations on Marblehead Illite,” Necip Guven, 1972
36 “Engineering Aspects of Water Law Under the Appropriation Doctrine,” Kenneth R. Wright, 1963
37 “Engineering Considerations in the Design of an Ocean Outfall,” Wallace J. Beckman, 1970
38 “Engineering Geology Problems at Dam and Reservoir Sites in East-Central New Mexico,” Zane Spiegel, undated
39 “Enhancement of Ground Water Supplies Through Developing Advanced Artificial Recharge Technologies,” Lloyd V. Urban, 1984
40 “Environment,” author unknown, 1971
41 “Environmental Aspects of River Basin Planning,” Maynard M. Hufschmidt, 1967
42 “Environmental Aspects of River Diversion,” Bernard B. Berger, 1971
43 “Environmental Data for the Texas Coastal Zone,” Peter T. Flawn, 1972
44 “Environmental Engineering – A New Element in Water Resource Development,” Lt. General William F. Cassidy, 1967
45 “Environmental Factors Affecting Magnesium Concentrations and Tetanigenicity of Pastures,” S. R. Wilkinson, J. A. Stuedemann, J. B. Jones, Jr., W. A. Jackson, and J. W. Dobson, 1972
46 “The Environmental Problem, Government Agencies, and Public Policies,” Peter T. Flawn, undated
47 “EPA and the Livestock Feeder,” Bill Jones, 1974
48 “Environmental Quality,” Russel E. Train, 1972
49 “The Environmental Revolution,” M. Frank Thomas, 1971
50 “Environmentally Damaging Materials in the Highway Rights-of-Way,” Ken Rainwater, 1987
51 “An Enzymatic Technique to Detect Surplus Phosphorus Uptake by Activated Sludge,” E. G. Fruh, W. E. Morgan, H. G. Moore, R. B. Higgins, et al., undated
52 “Errors in Determination of the Water Content of a Trickle Irrigated Soil Volume,” J. Ben-Asher, 1979
53 “Evaluation of an Aerated Soil Pile for Treatment of Organic Hazardous Wastes,” R. R. Ramsey, 1987
54 “Evaluation of Processes Available for Removal of Phosphorus from Wastewater,” Lawrence R. Cecil, 1971
55 “Examination of Citizen Opinions Regarding the Development and Implementation of Municipal Water Conservation Plans,” Billy J. Claborn and Kathleen M. Trauth, 1987
56 “Excerpts of Remarks by Assistant Secretary of the Interior James R. Smith at the National Water Resources Association Convention,” 1971
57 “Experiences with New Pond Designs in California,” William J. Oswald, 1975
58 “Fables, Fallacies, Fantasies, and Facts,” Frank W. Suggit, 1972
59 “Fact Sheet on Imported Fire Ants,” author unknown, 1979
60 “Facts About the Texas Water Plan and Constitutional Amendment No. Two,” author unknown, 1979
61 “Factors to be Considered by Highway Agencies in the Identification and Remediation of Hazardous Waste Sites,” Ken A. Rainwater, George A. Whetstone, 1986
62 “Farm Ground Water Nitrate Pollution: A Case Study,” William H. Walker, Theodore R. Peck, and Walter D. Lembke, 1972
63 “The Fate of Coliform Organisms in Waste Stabilization Ponds,” J. F. Malina and Jr., Y. A. Yousef, 1962
64 “Fate of Residual Portion of Hydrocarbons Following Volatilization by Air Injection,” B. J. Claborn and Ken Rainwater, 1986
65 “Feasibility of Using Local Clays for Removal of Selected Heavy Metals from Municipal Wastewaters,” R. H. Ramsey, 1987
66 “Feast or Famine?” Russell Bean, 1971
67 “Field Use of Microwatersheds with Vertical Mulch,” Merle L. Fairbourn and H. R. Gardner, 1974
68 “Finite-Amplitude, Shallow Water-Waves of Periodically Recurring Form,” Cyril J. Galvin, 1970
69 “Finite Element Algorithms for Stimulating Three-Dimensional Groundwater Flow and Solute Transport in Multilayer Systems,” Peter F. Anderson, Peter S. Huyakorn, and B. Geoffrey Jones, 1986
70 “Fitting Watersheds into State Water Plans, William R. Gianella, 1972
71 “A Five-Minute Solution for Stream Assimilative Capacity,” A. W. Bush, 1972
72 “Fizzled-Out Oil Fields Are Revived with Carbon Dioxide Injections,” Barbara Shook, 1981
73 “Flood Plain Management – Non-Structural Approaches to Planning,” Troy Lynn Lovell, 1973
74 “Flow in Heterogeneous Porous Mediums: Darcian-Type Description of Two-Phase Systems,” R. William Nelson, 1966
75 “The Flow Regime in the Root Zone Around a Subsurface Emitter,” Gideon Oron, David Karmeli, 1979
76 “Frontiers in Wastewater Management: Technological, Financial, and Administrative,” Harold B. Gotas, Bert W. Johnson, F. H. Doe, Jr., and Albert E. Berry, 1965
77 “The Full-Scale Reclamation of Purified Sewage Effluent for the Augmentation of the Domestic Supplies of the City of Windhoek,” L. R. J. Van Vuuren, M. R. Henzen, and G. J. Stander, 1969
78 “General Limnological and Biological Stream Surveys as a Simple Means of Detecting Pollution and Controlling Their Effects,” W. Schmitz, undated undated
79 “Geomorphology and Sediments of the Chesapeake Bay Entrance,” Edward P. Meisburger, 1972
80 George Mahon at Water, Inc. Annual Meeting, 1972
81 “Governor’s Address,” Governor Sargent of Massachusetts, 1971
82 “Groundwater Infiltration Rates,” Keith R. Marmion, undated
83 “Ground Water Recharge with Stormwater Collected in Playa Lakes,” Lloyd V. Urban and Bill J. Claborn, 1985
84 “Harvesting Water in the Desert,” Thomas M. Boers and J. Ben-Asher, undated
85 “Health and Hygiene Aspects of Spray Irrigation,” Charles A. Sorber, Kurt J. Guter, 1975
86 “Hearing on U.S. Water Resources Council’s Proposed Principles and Standards,” Tom McCall, 1972
87 “High Plains Development Project,” Kenneth Frederick, 1976
88 “Highlights of Selected Environmental Education Resources,” 1970
89 “History of Water, Incorporated,” 1967-1973
90 “Homogeneous Continuous Culture Apparatus,” Donald R. Washington, 1966
91 “The Horizontal Collector as a Recharge Well,” Henry C. Hunt, 1984
92 House Bill 1997 Water Import Authorities, 1975
93 “How Cloud Seeding Can Overcome Drought,” Irving P. Krick, 1971
94 “How Plants Can Cut Rising Waste Treatment Expense,” W. James Wells, 1970
95 “Human Factors in Design and Operation of Water Reuse Facilities,” Roy D. Miller and Walter P. Lambert, 1981
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6 1 “Hydrologic Inventory and Evaluation of Nevada Playas,” 1978
2 “Hydrology of Spillway Design Floods,” Victor A. Koelzer and Marcel Bitoun, 1962
3 “Identification of Low Flow Augmentation Requirements for Water Quality Control by Computer Techniques,” J. L. Worley, F. J. Burgess, and W. W. Towne, 1964
4 “Impact of Maintaining Instream Flows on National Water Policy,” Robert L. Smith, 1979
5 “Impacts and Objectives in Water Resource Planning,” Kenneth E. Grant, 1973 1973
6 “Improved Class A Pan Coefficients,” Marvin J. Dvoracek and Muhammad Sharif, 1987
7 “Increasing in Situ Biodegradation of Diesel Fuel by Cyclic Water Table Movement,” 1986
8 “Industrial and Agricultural Solid Wastes and Problems Involved in their Disposal,” Thomas J. Sorg, 1970
9 “Information Engineering – the New Frontier of Technology,” C. S. Draper, undated
10 “Inherent Difference Between Water and Other Natural Resources,” Earnest Boyce, 1969
11 “Initiation of Biodegradation of Surfactants,” Jack J. Heyman and Alan H. Molof, 1967
12 “Injection of Wastewaters Into Disposal Wells,” Earnest F. Gloyna and Davis L. Ford, undated
13 “In-Place Determination of Permeability Distribution for Heterogeneous Porous Media Through Analysis of Energy Dissipation,” R. William Nelson, 1968
14 “Input in the Congressman Jack Hightower Information Meeting,” Douglas E. Cunningham, 1974
15 “Interdisciplinary Water Resources Management Academic Program for Texas Tech University,” John Borrelli and James M. Gregory, 1988
16 “Interior Drainage Design for Hurricane Protection Projects,” Donald van Sickle, undated
17 “The Interpretation and Analysis of Hydrologic Data,” John J. Gannon, 1963
18 “Interpretation of Results from Clovis NO3 Survey,” Michael R. Snavely, 1974
19 “Interrelationships of Algal Growth and Water Quality,” William J. Oswald, 1971
20 “Interstate Conference on Water Problems,” 1971
21 “Interstate Conference on Water Problems,” John A Blatnik, 1972
22 “Interstate Conference on Water Problems,” Norman Billings, 1971
23 “An Introduction to Oceanic Water Motions and Their Relation to Sediment Transport,” J. Richard Weggel, 1972
24 “Introductory Remarks to the Water Conservation Association,” Bill Clayton, 1975
25 “Inventor Cuts Evaporation With Mulcher-Slotter,” Ron Ross, 1976
26 “Investigation of Secondary Recovery of Ground Water from the Ogallala Formation (Report 3 of 7),” 1982
27 “Investigations into the Reduction of High Nitrogen Concentrations,” C. E. Adams, P. A. Krenkel, and E. C. Bingham, undated
28 “Ion Exchange,” Joseph F. Malina, Jr., undated
29 “Irrigation Looks to the Future,” author unknown, 1968
30 “Irrigation of Perennial Forage Crops with Feedlot Runoff,” N. P. Swanson, C. L. Linderman, and J. R. Ellis, 1974
31 “Israel’s Water Economy and Its Problems in the Early Seventies,” Elisha Kally, 1973
32 “Key Rate Schedule for Grading Cities and Towns of Texas with Reference to Their Fire Defenses and Physical Conditions,” The State Board of Insurance, 1982
33 “Laboratory Studies on Long-Term Drainage Capability of Geotextiles,” Lloyd V. Urban, 1982
34 “Land Disposal of Anaerobically Treated Sewage Sludge,” Norbert Stewart and L. R. Webber, undated
35 “Legal Research in Water Resources,” Roland R. Renne and Glen D. Fulcher, 1969
36 “Linear Shoals on the Atlantic Inner Continental Shelf, Florida to Long Island,” David B. Duane, Michael E. Field, Edward P. Meisburger, Donald J. P. Swift, and S. Jeffress Williams, 1972
37 “Liquid Manure Management for Swine Operations,” Billy R. Stewart and John M. Sweeten, undated
38 “Livestock Associations Directory,” 1972
39 Llano Estacado Playa Lake Water Resources Study, 1982
40 “Long Range, Regional Environmental Planning for Population Absorption,” Lewis Gordy Smith, 1971
41 “Luncheon Address,” George H. Mahon, 1972
42 “The Macrobiological Utilization of Manure,” George A. Whetstone, 1974
43 “The Magnitude of Snowmelt and Rainfall Interception by Litter in Lodgepole Pine and Spruce-Fir Forests in Wyoming,” James F. Reynolds, Dennis H. Knight, 1973
44 “Major Interbasin Transfers – Legal Aspects,” George A. Whetstone, undated
45 “Major Water Problems in the United States – The Effect of Petrochemical Wastes on Water and Water Reuse,” Earnest F. Gloyna, Joseph F. Malina, Jr., 1962
46 “Major Water Resources Problems in Massachusetts,” undated
47 “Management Audits: A Tool for Water Utilities,” John P. Conley, 1985
48 “Management of Industrial Effluent Disposal in Britain,” C. J. Jackson, 1969
49 “Management of Recharge Basins on the Southern High Plains,” O. R. Jones, D. W. Goss, and A. D. Schneider, 1981
50 “Management of the Delaware River Basin,” Herbert A. Howlett, 1965
51 “The Management Structure for Irrigation,” Richard A. Smith, 1968
52 “A Markov Model for Beach Profile Changes,” Choule J. Sonu, 1973
53 “Master Authority Legislation, 1969
54 “Master Wastewater Collection and Treatment Plan for Bogotá, Columbia,” David R. Horsefield, 1967
55 Mathematical Model, undated
56 “Mathematical Modeling of Secondary Recovery of Water from the Vadose Zone by Air Injection,” Bill Claborn, 1983
57 “Maximizing Water Use Efficiency in Cotton Production on the Southern High Plains of Texas,” Daniel R. Krieg, undated
58 “Meeting Waste Management Standards: The Total Tab May Reach $750 Million,” 1974
59 “The Meteorological Aspects of a Severe Urban-Centered Rainstorm,” Stanley A. Changnon, 1978
60 “Method of Energy Conservation in the Operation and Management of Municipal Water Well Field,” J. S. Taylor, B. J. Claborn, and Ken Rainwater, undated
61 “Metropolitan Area Water Resource Problems,” William Whipple, Jr., 1968
62 “The Migration of Oil-Products in the Subsoil with Regard to Groundwater-Pollution,” R. Mull, 1970
63 “A Miracle in Our Times,” author unknown, 1971
64 “Miscellaneous Physical and Chemical Processes Applicable to Waste Water Renovation Systems” Joseph F. Malina, undated
65 “A Modern Miracle,” author unknown, 1971
66 “More and Better from Water Resource Research,” T. W. Edminster, 1971
67 “Movement of Pollutants Through the Root Zone,” R. H. Ramsey, K. A. Rainwater, C. B. Fedler, and R. E. Zartman, 1987
68 “Muskegon Country, Mich. Mends Waste Lands with Waste Water,” 1970
69 Nassikas, John N., 1971
70 National Conference on Water, 1977
71 “National Policy with Respect to Environmental Engineering Education,” John A. Logan, undated
72 “National Water Commission Report,” Harry Burleigh, 1973
73 “National Water Conference,” 1975
74 “Natural Cleaning of Shorelines Following the Exxon Valdez Spill,” Hans O. Johns, James R. Bragg, Lawrence C. Dash, and Edward H. Owens, 1991
75 “Natural Salt Pollution Control,” 1971
76 “Nature and Man-And Water,” Jim Wright (Congressman), 1971
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7 1 “A New Approach,” Duncan Ellison, 1972 1972
2 “New Approaches to Wastewater Treatment,” Robert L. Stenburg, John J. Convery, and Charles L. Swanson, 1968
3 “A New Concept- Water for Preservation of Bays and Estuaries,” author unknown, 1966
4 “New Guide to Sewage Plant Costs,” Alex N. Diachishin, 1957
5 “New Mexico State Water Plan,” Hoyt Pattison, 1972
6 “Nitrification in Treatment Plants and Natural Waters: Some Implications of Theoretical Models,” A. L. Downing and G. Knowles, undated
7 “Nitrogen Balance in Soil Columns Intermittently Flooded with Secondary Sewage Effluent,” J. C. Lance and F. D. Whisler, 1972
8 “Nitrogen-Phosphate Relationships and Removals Obtained by Treatment Processes at the Hyperion Treatment Plant,” R. D. Bargman, J. M. Betz, and W. F. Garber, undated
9 “Non-Agricultural Pollutants and Their Significance in Agriculture,” L. R. Webber, 1973
10 “Non-Chemical Methods of Mosquito Control for Playa Lakes in West Texas,” John C. Owens, Charles R. Ward, Ellis W. Huddleston, and Donald Ashdown, 1970
11 “Observed Phosphate Levels in Texas Rivers, Tables 8-12,” author unknown, 1964
12 “Official Statement of Water, Inc. at the Natural Resources Study Committee Hearing,” author unknown, 1972
13 “Ogallala Recharge: Playa Lake Influence,” R. H. Ramsey, R. E. Zartman, 1987
14 “On Population Problems and Population Policy,” Philip M. Hauser, Samuel C. Newman, 1970
15 “Onshore Transportation of Continental Shelf Sediment: Atlantic Southeastern United States,” Orrin H. Pilkey and Michael E. Field, 1972
16 “Operating a Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant,” S. Loeb, J. S. Johnson, 1967
17 “Opportunities for Watershed Management in Wyoming,” Paul A. Rechard, 1973
18 “Optimal Day-to-Day Management of a Well Field,” Billy J. Claborn and Ken A. Rainwater, 1987
19 “Options for Financing Water Development Projects,” Steve H. Hanke, 1976
20 “Optimal Day-to-Day Management of a Well Field,” Billy J. Claborn and Ken A. Rainwater, 1987
21 “Origin and Distribution of Carbon Dioxide in the Unsaturated Zone of the Southern High Plains,” Warren W. Wood and Michael J. Petraitis, 1984
22 “An Overland Flow Spray Irrigation System for Treatment of Cannery Wastes,” L. C. Gilde, A. S. Kester, J. P. Law, C. H. Neeley, and D. M. Parmelee, 1973
23 “Oxygen Uptake by Corn Roots in Flowing and Stirred Solution Cultures,” M. Zandstra-Blom and J. Ben-Asher, J. Gale, 1980
24 “Perspective,” William R. Gianelli, 1971
25 “Pesticides and Other Contaminants in Rainfall and Runoff, S. R. Weibel, R. B. Weidner, J. M. Cohen, and A. G. Christianson, 1966
26 “Petrochemical Wastes Effects on Water,” E. F. Gloyna and J. F. Malina, Jr., 1962-1963
27 “Phosphate Reduction in Lakes by Precipitation with Aluminum Sulphate,” A. Jernelov, undated
28 “Phosphate Removal Through Municipal Wastewater Treatment at San Antonio, Texas,” Don Vacker, C. H. Connell, and William N. Wells, 1966
29 “Phosphate Removal Through Sewage Treatment,” 1965
30 “Physical and Chemical Waste Treatment: Coagulation,” W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr., undated
31 “Physical and Chemical Waste Treatment: Cyanide Waste Treatment,” W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr., undated
32 “Physical and Chemical Waste Treatment: Flotation,” W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr., undated
33 “Physical and Chemical Waste Treatment: Reduction and Precipitation,” W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr., undated
34 “Physical and Chemical Waste Treatment: Sludge Drying,” W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr., undated
35 “Physical Aspects of the Ogallala and Other Aquifers,” author unknown, 1980
36 “Playa Lake Recharge Research Status Report,” Lloyd V. Urban, Bill J. Claborn, 1985
37 Playa Water Quality, Search, 1984
38 “Policies of the 31st Annual Meeting of Texas Water Conservation Association,” Franklin Moon, 1975
39 “The Political Economy of Water Resources Development,” Steve H. Hanke, 1973
40 “Population Estimates for Texas Counties,” Godfrey Baldwin, Betty Maynard, 1963
41 “Population Projections for Texas Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas,” Sanford Labovitz, 1970
42 “Portable Water Elevation Measuring Gage,” M. Gutierrez, 1981
43 “A Positive Environment,” Ellis L. Armstrong, 1971
44 “Possible Diversion of Mississippi River Flow,” Fred H. Bayley III, 1971
45 “Potential for Marginal Cost Pricing in Water Resource Management,” Steve H. Hanke and Robert K. Davis, 1973
46 “Precipitation Climatology for the Texas High Plains,” Donald R. Haragan, 1978
47 “Precipitation of Phosphates from Water and Wastewater Using Lanthanum Salts,” H. L. Recht, M. Ghassemi, and E. V. Kleber, undated
48 “Prefabricated Piers and Bridges for Vietnam,” H. W. Reeves and F. Asce, undated
49 “Preliminary Draft Objectives of Measurement Systems,” Gaylord W. Anderson, 1963
50 “Preliminary Study of Infiltration from a Playa Lake in Lubbock County, Texas,” undated
51 “Presentation of Testimony,” George E. Pickett, 1972
52 “Principles of Feedlot Odor Control,” John M. Sweeten, 1972
53 “Principles of Wastewater Treatment,” E. F. Gloyna, undated
54 ““Private Law Remedies for Water Pollution,” George W. McCleskey and John R. Phillips, 1966
55 "Problems of Non-Phosphate Detergents,” Harry L. Craig, 1971
56 “The Problems of Permits, Pollution, Programs, and People,” Lt. General F. J. Clarke, 1971
57 “Problems of the Triassic Stratigraphy in the Canadian River Basin, Quay, San Miguel, and Guadalupe Counties, New Mexico,” Zane Spiegel, 1972
58 “Problems with Current Phosphate Replacement Materials,” Mary E. Purchase, 1971
59 “Progress Report to Water, Inc.,” Norman Flaigg, 1972
60 “Progress Report to Water, Inc.,” Norman Flaigg, 1973
61 “Proposed Draft of Progress Report to Joint Meeting of Deaf Smith County Water Association and the Deaf Smith County Crops Committee,” author unknown, 1972
62 “Proposed Principles and Standards for Planning Water and Land Resources,” David Brune, 1971
63 “Proposed Principles and Standards for Planning Water and Land Resources and Draft Environmental Statement,” author unknown, 1972
64 “Proposed Principles and Standards for Planning Water and Related Land Resources,” Bill Clayton, 1972
65 “Proposed Principles and Standards for Planning Water and Related Land Resources,” National Legislative Conference, undated
66 “Proposed Principles and Standards for Water and Land Resources Planning,” David G. Unger, 1972
67 “Proposed Standards for Interstate Streams,” author unknown, 1967
68 “The Quality of Public Policy,” Peter T. Flawn, 1972
69 “Quality of Stormwater Drainage from Urban Land,” Edward H. Bryan, 1971
70 “Radiation and Energy Balance of Sprinkler and Trickle Irrigated Fields,” J. Ben-Asher, M. Fuchs, and D. Goldberg, 1976
71 “Radioactive Isotopes in the Holocene,” Pieter M. Grootes, 1986
72 “A Rapid Approximate Method for Estimating Flood Peaks,” Joel E. Fletcher and Joye J. Davis, 1966
73 “Reaction to William Gianelli’s Speech, ‘Fitting Watersheds into State Water Plans,’” Bill W. Clayton, 1972
74 “Recent Duststorms from the U.S. High Plains – Search for Cause and Implications,” Edwin Kessler, Dorothy Y. Alexander, and Joseph F. Rarick, undated
75 “Recent Judicial Decisions on Public School Taxation, Their Significance for Municipal Finance,” W. E. Tinsley, 1972
76 “Recharge with Playa Lake Water and Filter Underdrains,” L. V. Urban and B. J. Claborn, undated
77 “Reclaimed Waste Water May Fill,” author unknown, 1967
78 “Regional Shelf Studies a Guide to Engineering Design,” S. Jeffress Williams and David B. Duane, 1972
79 “Regional Wastewater Utilities in New York State,” Dwight F. Metzler and Michael J. O’Toole, 1971
80 “Relative Costs of Treating San Jacinto River Water and Trinity River Water for Cooling Tower Make Up,” author unknown, undated
81 “The Relative Toxicities of Selected Chemicals to Several Species of Tropical Fish,” J. H. Nunogawa, N. C. Burbank, and R. H. F. Young, 1970
82 “Remarks by Beeman Fisher,” 1972
83 “Remarks by Burnham Enersen,” 1971
84 “Remarks by Charles E. Simons at Associated General Contractors Luncheon,” 1972
85 “Remarks by Colonel Floyd H. Henk,” 1972
86 “Remarks by Frank C. Di Luzio, National Water Commission, Former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Federal Water Control,” Frank C. Di Luzio, 1969
87 “Remarks by Governor Dolph Briscoe at Water Task Force Meeting,” 1974
88 “Remarks by Governor Dolph Briscoe to the Texas Water Conservation Association,” 1974
89 “Remarks by Harry N. Cook at the Ohio Valley Improvement Association Annual Meeting,” 1972
90 “Remarks by James R. Nichols to the West Texas Citizens’ Advisory Council on Water Resources,” 1973
91 “Remarks by Senator Lloyd Bentsen as Filed in the Congressional Record,” 1974
92 “Remarks by the West Texas Chamber of Commerce,” 1970
93 “Remarks by W. C. Gribble, Jr.,” 1973
94 “Remarks Delivered by Deputy Under Secretary John P. Olsson Before the National Legislative Conference,” 1972
95 “Remarks of the Honorable Wayne N. Apsinall, Chairman, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs,” 1971
96 “Removal of Algae from Wastewater Maturation/Pond Effluent,” L. R. J. Van Vuuren and F.A. Van Duuren, 1965 1965
97 “Report of Activities of the Department of Water Resources,” Ronald B. Robie, 1979
98 “Report of Activities of the Department of Water Resources,” Ronald B. Robie, 1980
99 “Report of Activities of the Department of Water Resources,” Ronald B. Robie, 1981
100 “Report of the Public Land Law Review Commission as Viewed by the Western States,” Ellis Armstrong, undated
101 “Research in Water Quality and Water Technology,” Stelczer Karoly and Benedek Pal, 1976
102 “Research on PCB’s in Aquatic Ecosystems,” Sport Fishing Institute, 1979
103 “Resource Development and the New Environmental Climate,” Charles F. Jones, 1971
104 “Resource, Planning, and Use,” Bill Clayton, 1973
105 “Resources for Environmental Education,” undated
106 “Respiration Studies on Activated Nitrifying and Biological Filter Humus Sludges,” 1960
107 “A Resume of Pollution on Streams, Ponds, and Ocean Water on Oahu,” Robert Lam, 1963
108 “The Revolution of Human Fulfillment,” Walter P. Reuther, 1969
109 “Role of Soils and Sediment in Water Pollution Control,” George W. Bailey, 1968
110 “The Role of User Fees and Congestion Tolls in the Management of Inland Waterways,” Steve H. Hanke and Robert K. Davis, 1974
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8 1 “Runoff of the Brazos River Near the Caprock,” John Nettleton, Jr., 1955
2 “Rural Development,” John C. White, 1971
3 “Safety Considerations of Non-Phosphate Detergents,” Robert E. Gosselin, 1971
4 “Salt Water Intrusion into Ground Water,” Tommy Reeves, 1963
5 “Sediment Coliform Migration Study,” author unknown, undated
6 “Selected Great Basin Playa Clays,” Necip Guven and Paul F. Kerr, 1966
7 “Seventh Annual Governor’s Workshop on Intergovernmental Relations and Regional Planning,” William Hobby, 1972
8 “Soil Conditions Under Feedlots and on Land Treated with Large Amounts of Animal Wastes,” B. A. Stewart and A. C. Mathers, undated
9 “Solar Irrigation Program Plan,” Robert L. Alvis and Laurence L. Lukens, 1978
10 “Solar Technology Applications: A Literature Review of Solar Thermal Powered Irrigation Systems,” H. W. Newkirk, 1977
11 “Solutions for Feedlot Odor Control Problems-A Critical Review,” Robert M. Bethea, 1972
12 “Some Applications of Optimization Techniques to Water Quality Modeling and Control,” W. F. Powers and R. P. Canale, undated
13 “South Side Sewage Treatment Plant, Albuquerque, New Mexico,” William F. Turney, 1965
14 “Speech by Representative John Kyl,” 1971
15 “Speech of Representative Carl Albert, 1971
16 “Spillway Requirements for Large Reservoirs, Albert L. Cochran, 1965
17 “Stable Isotope Tracer-Activation Analysis Methodology: Use in Water Flow Studies,” Y. Wellwart, L. C. Bate, W. T. Mullins, J. R. Stokeley, and G. W. Leddicotte, undated
18 “State Ground-Water Law,” Lew Seward, 1972
19 “Statement Before the House Public Works Committee,” Keith S. Krause, 1971
20 “Statement by Frank A. Rayner,” 1970
21 “Statement by Fred Adams,” 1972
22 “Statement by Howard J. Morgens, President, The Procter and Gamble Company,” 1971
23 “Statement by John B. Nesbitt,” 1971
24 ““Statement by Kansas Water Resources Board,” undated
25 “Statement by the Honorable William D. Ruckelshaus,” 1971
26 “Statement by Water, Inc., at the Department of the Army Corps of Engineers Hearings,” 1969
27 “Statement by William L. Guy,” 1972
28 “Statement for the West Texas Chamber of Commerce,” Arthur P. Duggan, Jr., 1972
29 “Statement of Dr. J. Carrell Morris, Gordon McKay, Professor of Sanitary Chemistry Division of Engineering and Applied Physics, Harvard University,” 1971
30 “Statement of Dr. Jack A. Borchardt, Professor of Sanitary Engineering, University of Michigan,” 1971
31 “Statement of John E. Kinney, Sanitary Engineering,” Consultant,” 1971
32 “Statement of the State of Texas,” 1972
33 “Statement of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce,” A. L. Scott, 1972
34 Statement-The Honorable William D. Ruckelshaus, Administrator, The Environmental Protection Agency Before the House Committee on Public Works United States House of Representatives,” 1971
35 “Statements Regarding Weather Modification,” compiled by Ferdie J. Deering, 1971
36 “Streamflow and Quality in the Columbia River Basin,” Charles G. Gunnerson, 1967
37 “Sterilisation of Sewage Sludges,” Paul Keller, 1951
37 “Sterilisation of Sewage Sludges,” Paul Keller, 1951
38 “Sterilisation of Sewage Sludges,” Paul Keller and C. G. Hide, 1952
39 “Sterilization of Sewage Sludges: Incidence and Relative Viability of Ascaris Ova at Sewage Disposal Works in the Johannesburg Area,” P. Keller and C. G. Hide, 1951
40 “Stochastic Generation of Precipitation Data,” T. Al Austin and B. J. Claborn, 1971
41 “Stormwater and Reclaimed Effluent in Trickle Irrigation,” Gideon Oron, Gedaliah Shelef, and Benjamin Zur, 1980
42 “Storm Water Runoff from Urban Areas,” Robert A. Taft, 1966
43 “Strategy for the Economic Development of Arid and Semiarid Lands,” Lewis E. Hill, 1974
44 “Strategy of Water Pollution Control,” William Whipple, Jr., 1975
45 “Studies of Playa Lakes in the High Plains of Texas,” Texas Water Development Board, 1965
46 “A Study of Residential Stormwater Impoundments: Perceptions and Policy Implications,” E. H. Baxter, G. Mulamoottil, and Dennis Gregor, 1985
47 “Study of Rising Groundwater Beneath Lubbock,” author unknown, 1987
48 “A Study of the Purification of Maize-Starch Factory Effluent by Anaerobic Digestion and Biological Filtration,” G. J. Sander and I. Gien, 1956
49 “Suggested Resolutions,” Water, Incorporated, 1974 and undated
50 “Sterilisation of Sewage Sludges,” Paul Keller, 1951
51 “Summary of Remarks,” Victoria S. Price, 1971
52 “The Super Sewer Controversy,” Jonathan W. Bulkley and Raymond J. Smit, 1974
53 “Survey of Sewage Utilisation for Agricultural Purposes in Israel,” A. Feinmesser, undated
54 “The Switch to the Smart Flush,” Laurence R. Stains, 1984
55 “Systems for Rainfall and Runoff Use, Tucson, Arizona,” K. James DeCook and Kenneth E. Foster, 1984
56 “Talk Before the Regional Environmental Educational Research and Improvement Organization,” Cooper Wayman, 1973
57 “Talk by Tennessee Valley Authority Chairman, Aubrey J. Wagner,” 1972
58 “Temperature Effects on Waste Stabilization Pond Treatment,” Verachai Suwannakarn and Earnest Gloyna, 1962
59 “Testimony of Water, Inc., to Texas Water Resources Study Committee,” author unknown, 1970
60 “Texas Coast Hurricane Flood Protection Studies,” Chester L. Pawlik, John W. Keith, and Jack H. Armstrong, undated
61 “The Texas Environment and Water Resources,” W. E. Tinsky, 1975
62 “Texas Environment and Water Resources ‘Stronger,’” Otha F. Dent, 1971
63 “Texas Food and Fiber Abundance Week,” author unknown, 1971
64 “Texas Water Conservation Association Luncheon Address,” Dolph Briscoe, 1973
65 “Texas Water Development Board High Plains Study Shows 340 Million Acre-Feet of Water in 45-County Area,” A. Wayne Wyatt, 1975
66 “Texas Water Import Authority Number One Drafts” (folder 1 of 2), 1968-1969
67 “Texas Water Import Authority Number One Drafts” (folder 2 of 2), 1968-1969
68 “The Texas Water Plan-A-Critique,” author unknown, 1968
69 “Texas Water Planning, Present-Future,” Lewis Seward, 1972
70 “Thermal Effects on Completely Mixed Anaerobic Digestion,” Joseph F. Malina, Jr. undated
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9 1 “The Thinking Man’s Environment,” author unknown, undated
2 Title unknown, author unknown, 1982
3 Title unknown (Ogallala Aquifer?), author unknown, undated
4 “The Town That Launders Water,” Leonard A. Stevens, 1967
5 “Toxicity of Petrochemicals in the Aquatic Environment,” Joseph F. Malina, Jr., 1962
6 “Tracing a Discipline in Evolution,” Herbert A. Bevis and Edwin E. Pyatt, 1974
7 “Trends in Water Pollution Control and the Role of the Engineer,” Harvey F. Ludwig, 1971
8 “Trickle Irrigation Using Treated Wastewaters,” Gideon Oron, Gedaliah Shelef, and Berta Tuzynski, 1979
9 “Ultraviolet Absorbance as an Index of the Pollution of Seawater,” Norio Ogura and Takahisa Hanya, 1968
10 “Unsolved Engineering Problems in Water Quality Management,” E. F. Gloyna, undated
11 “Urban Parameters Affecting the Runoff Response of Small Urban Watersheds,” William H. Espey and David E. Winslow, 1972
12 “Urban Water Conservation: A Case Study of Denver, Colorado,” J. Ernest Flack, Samuel G. Bryson, and Robert C. McWhinnie, 1974
13 “Use of Computer Software to Improve the Energy Efficiency in Deep Well Water Pumping,” C. H. Scherer, undated
14 “Use of Satellites in Coastal Engineering,” Orville T. Magoon, John W. Jarman, and Dennis W. Berg, 1971
15 “Use of Soil for Sewage Effluent Renovation and the Mechanism of Soil Pore Clogging,” J. de Vries, undated
16 “The Uses of Geophysical Methods in Hydrogeological Investigations in Israel,” A. Issar and A. Levanon, 1974
17 “Values and Choices in the Department of an Arid Land Basin– The Role of Agriculture,” Gerald W. Thomas, 1974
18 “Vegetation of the Guadalupe Escarpment, New Mexico-Texas,” Frederick R. Gehlbach, 1967
19 “Vessel Waste Disposal,” Ernst P. Hall, 1968
20 “The Views of the Client on Negotiations Under Manual 45,” Wendell E. Johnson, 1967
21 “Virus Removal in Wastewater Renovation by Chemical Coagulation and Flocculation,” M. Chaudhuri and R. S. Engelbrecht, undated
22 “Washington Briefing,” author unknown, 1975
23 “Waste Control: Costs and Consequences,” Neil E. Harl, 1974
24 “Waste Stabilization Experiences at Union Carbide Seadrift, Texas Plant,” E. M. Davis, V. D. Dutcher, T. R. Frieze, J. D. Martin, and M. Tapp, undated
25 “Waste Stabilization Ponds,” Earnest F. Gloyna, undated
26 “Waste-Treatment Plant Designed,” Robert C. Ewing, 1967
27 “Wastewater and Liquid Manure Recycling Related to Evapotranspiration,” Vermes Laszlo, undated
28 “Wastewater Stabilization Ponds at Texas Eastman Company,” C. M. Chaffin, undated
29 “Wastewater Treatment and Renovation Status of Process Development,” David G. Stephan, Robert B. Schaffer, 1970
30 “Water, Air, and Fire in Earth: A Model for Two-Phase, Multicomponent Mass and Heat Transport in Porous/Fractured Media,” Bryan J. Travis, undated
31 “Water Availability in Texas High Plains Playa Lakes,” Marvin J. Devoracek and William H. Black, 1973
32 “Water Districts: A Factual Synopsis,” Burrel Rowe, 1972
33 “Water, Inc. Annual Meeting,” Bill Clayton, 1975
34 “Water, Inc.’s Statement Before Meeting of an Area Council of Governments,” Duncan Ellison, 1973
35 “Water, Inc.’s Statement to the Texas House of Representatives Natural Resources Subcommittee,” Franklin Moon, 1975
36 “Water, Inc.’s Statement to the Texas Water Development Board,” Duncan Ellison, 1973
37 “Water, Inc.’s Statement to West Texas Water Resources Council,” 1973
38 “Water-Land Uses – Cost Benefit Criteria,” Bill Clayton, 1972
39 “Water Legislation and Development Needs for the Future,” Bill Clayton, 1972
40 “Water Management Planning for the Columbia River Basin,” W. W. Towne, Allan Hirsch, and James L. Agee, 1964
41 ““Water Policies,” author unknown, 1984
42 “Water Pollution – An Ecological Perspective,” A. F. Bartsch, 1970
43 “Water Pollution and Industry,” L. Henry and J. O’Connor, 1971
44 “Water Pollution Control Technology: The State of the Art,” Davis L. Ford, 1971
45 “Water Quality Evaluation,” Earnest F. Gloyna, 1959
46 “Water Quality Management: An Engineering-Economic Model for Domestic Waste Disposal,” Richard J. Frankel, 1965
47 “Water Quality Results from Selected Recharge Units,” author unknown, 1985
48 “Water Quality Standards,” Dwight F. Metzler, 1967
49 “Water Renovation Current Status of the Technology,” David G. Stephan, 1965
50 “Water Renovation for Reuse,” J. F. Malina, Jr., 1965
51 “Water Resource Developments to Face More Rigid Test for Feasibility,” James A. Bradley, 1974
52 “Water Resource Management – Economic, Conservation, and Legal Views,” James A. Crutchfield, John A. Biggs, and Ralph W. Johnson, 1963
53 “Water Resources and the Steel Industry,” Richard D. Hoak, 1964
54 “Water Resources Policy Study,” Water, Incorporated, 1977
55 “Water Resources Training and Information Dissemination Programs at Colorado State University,” Maurice L. Albertson and M. T. Chaudhry, 1972
56 “Water Reuse,” Earnest F. Gloyna, undated
57 “Water Reuse and Recycling in Industry,” J. Eller, D. L. Ford, and E. F. Gloyna, 1970
58 “Water Reuse in Texas,” Earnest F. Gloyna, W. R. Drynan, and E. R. Hermann, 1959
59 “Water: The South African and Rhodesian Approaches,” George A. Whetstone, 1971
60 “Water Use and Quality in Farming,” Howard W. Ottoson, 1971
61 “Watersheds– The Double Cue Quality and Quantity,” Edward P. Cliff, 1971
62 “Wave Boundary Layers and Their Relation to Sediment Transport,” P. G. Teleki, 1972
63 “Wave Breaking in Shallow Water,” Cyril J. Galvin, Jr., 1972
64 “Wave Estimates for Coastal Regions,” D. Lee Harris, 1972
65 “Ways and Means to Finance a Statewide Comprehensive Water Plan?” Bob Kerr, 1971
66 “Weathering Effects on the Structures of Mica-Type Clay Minerals,” Necip Guven and Paul F. Kerr, 1966
67 “Welcome Address and Conference Theme,” Charles F. Kennedy, 1971
68 "William D. Ruckelshaus’ Address before the Federal Water Pollution Control Federation,” undated
69 “Wyoming’s Water Resources: An Overview,” author unknown, undated
70 “X-Ray Diffraction and Electron Optical Studies on Smectite and X-Cristobalite Associations,” Necip Guven and Ralp E. Grim, 1972
71 Llano Estacado Playa Lake Study, 1979-1980
72 Lower Rio Grande Above Brownsville Channel Dam, 1984
73 Lubbock Subdivision Drawings, undated
74 Microfiche: Big Spring, Texas, undated
75 Mississippi River Water Quality, 1970
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10 1 National Demonstration Water Project: “Drinking Water Supplies in Rural America– An Interim Report,” 1977
2 Notes: Claborn, Bill, 1974-1988 and undated
3 Playa Lake Drainage, 1981-1985
4 Playa Lake Research, 1982-1983 and undated
5 The President’s National Water Plan Study, 1977
6 Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2, 1969
7 Removal of Capillary Water from the Ogallala Aquifer, 1981
8 Reports: Ogallala Aquifer, 1982-1983
9 Rising Ground Water in West Texas, 1987
10 Secondary Recovery (folder 1 of 2), 1981-1982
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11 1 Secondary Recovery (folder 2 of 2), 1981-1982
2 Secondary Recovery Project Slaton Pre-Test Site Monitoring Data, 1982
3 Similator for Secondary Recovery of Water by Air Injection, 1982
4 Soil Moisture and Irrigation Versus Time for Plot I, 1982
5 Testing: Accumulative Runoff/Seepage/Evaporation/Precipitation/Area/Content (folder 1 of 2), 1940-1981
6 Testing: Accumulative Runoff/Seepage/Evaporation/Precipitation/Area/Content (folder 2 of 2), 1940-1981
7 Testing: Air Monitor System #1, 1984
8 Testing: Air Monitor System #2, 1984
9 Testing: Air Monitor System #3, 1984
10 Testing: Air Monitor System #4, 1984
11 Testing: Air Monitor System #5, 1984
12 Testing: Air Monitor System #6, 1984
13 Testing: Air Monitor System #7, 1984
14 Testing: Air Monitor System #8, 1984
15 Testing: Air Monitor System #9, 1984
16 Testing: Air Monitor System #10, 1984
17 Testing: Air Monitor System #11, 1984
18 Testing: Tensiometer, 1984-1986
19 Texas A & M Water Resource Institute, undated
20 Texas Constitutional Election, 1969
21 Texas Constitutional Election (originals), 1969
22 Texas House Bill 2205, 1979
23 Texas Newspapers Support and Opposition to Amendments 1 and 2, 1976
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12 1 Texas Water Resource Board, 1976
2 United States Bureau of Reclamation, 1986
3 Universal Rain Gauge Charts, 1982-1986
4 Water Bonds Newspaper Clips, 1976
5 Water Conservation and Reduced Storm Runoff in an Urban Environment via On-Site Retention, 1981-1983
6 Water Conservation via On-Site Retention, 1975
7 Water, Inc.’s Statement to West Texas Water Resources Council, 1973
8 Water Level Recorder Graph (folder 1 of 5), 1982-1983
9 Water Level Recorder Graph (folder 2 of 5), 1982-1983
10 Water Level Recorder Graph (folder 3 of 5), 1982-1983
11 Water Level Recorder Graph (folder 4 of 5), 1982-1983
12 Water Level Recorder Graph (folder 5 of 5), 1982-1983
13 Water Research Needs, 1984
14 Weather Modification Projects, 1971
15 West Texas-Eastern New Mexico Import Study, 1974
16 Wolfforth Secondary Recovery Test, 1984-1985
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13 1 Circular Calibrated Charts (Folder 1 of 4), 1985-1986
2 Circular Calibrated Charts (Folder 2 of 4), 1985-1986
3 Circular Calibrated Charts (Folder 3 of 4), 1985-1986
4 Circular Calibrated Charts (Folder 4 of 4), 1985-1986

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Oversized Materials

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1 1 California Water Plan, 1970-1971
2 Correspondence: Feasibility of Secondary Research of Water (Arial Map), 1981-1986
3 Correspondence: Feasibility of Secondary Research of Water (Cover Sheet), 1981-1986
4 Correspondence: Feasibility of Secondary Research of Water (Specifications Air Injection Well), 1981-1986
5 Correspondence: Feasibility of Secondary Research of Water (Specifications Air Intake Configuration), 1981-1986
6 Correspondence: Feasibility of Secondary Research of Water (Specifications Air Monitoring Hole), 1981-1986
7 Correspondence: Feasibility of Secondary Research of Water (Specifications Neutron Test Hole), 1981-1986
8 Correspondence: Feasibility of Secondary Research of Water (Specifications Water Level Monitoring Well), 1981-1986
9 Correspondence: Foundation Electronic Instruments, 1983
10 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Study in Ogallala Aquifer Phase I (Aerial Map), 1981
11 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Study in Ogallala Aquifer Phase I (Cover Sheet), 1981
12 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Study in Ogallala Aquifer Phase I (Specifications Air Injection Well), 1981
13 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Study in Ogallala Aquifer Phase I (Specifications Air Intake Configuration), 1981
14 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Study in Ogallala Aquifer Phase I (Specifications Air Monitoring Hole), 1981
15 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Study in Ogallala Aquifer Phase I (Specifications Neutron Test Hole), 1981
16 Correspondence: Secondary Recovery Study in Ogallala Aquifer Phase I (Specifications Water Level Monitoring Well), 1981
17 Highway Map of Howard County, Texas, 1972
18 Literary Productions: “Long Range, Regional Environmental Planning for Population Absorption,” Lewis Gordy Smith (Atlantic Coastal Plain), 1971
19 Literary Productions: “Long Range, Regional Environmental Planning for Population Absorption,” Lewis Gordy Smith (Gulf Coastal Plain), 1971
20 Literary Productions: Texas Water Plan, 1968
21 Map of Big Spring, Texas, undated
22 Map of Big Spring, Texas, undated
23 Map of Big Springs, North, Texas, 1971
24 Map of Big Springs, North, Texas, 1971
25 Map of Howard County, Texas, 1989
26 Map of Howard County, Texas, 1989
27 Map of Howard County, Texas, 1989
28 Municipal Water System Analysis of Lubbock, undated
29 Playa Lake Drainage, 1981-1985
30 President's National Water Policy Study, 1977
31 Texas Water News Supplement (3 copies), 1969
32 Topographic Map of Big Spring, Texas: Sheet B5, 1959
33 Topographic Map of Big Spring, Texas: Sheet C4, 1959
34 Topographic Map of Big Spring, Texas: Sheet C5, 1959
35 Topographic Map of Big Spring, Texas: Sheet D4, 1959
36 Topographic Map of Big Spring, Texas: Sheet E4, 1959
37 Topographic Map of Big Spring, Texas: Sheet E5, 1959
38 Topographic Map of Big Spring, Texas: Sheet F4, 1959
39 Topographic Map of Big Spring, Texas: Sheet F5, 1959
40 Work Map for Big Spring, Howard County, Texas, 1978
41 Work Map for Big Spring, Texas, undated

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