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"galveston bay" Discussed on Houston Matters
"In Galveston Bay. So water-quality answers the question of is the water safe to support wildlife, fish crabs, invertebrates, and mammals that live in Galveston Bay and also in the rivers and. So we look at nitrogen phosphorus and dissolved oxygen and nitrogen and phosphorus largely come from the land through our rivers and values, and then up and up in Galveston Bay, and so even though the average grade for phosphorus rivers and biases. See in the Bay received an eight this year, which means there were fewer. Samples that exceeded the state screening levels and that means that is good news for aquatic life in Galveston Bay? Bob. What can we all do to help maintain the high water quality in the Bay So one little program we have it's called a rain barrel program. We work with homeowners to have them put rain barrels on their gutter system and to catch rainwater when it flows after big storm and than having that water flow off their property and potentially take pollutants and contaminants with it they can conserve it and then they can use that water to actually wanted gardens water their plants. So it's really a double benefit there you're conserving water, but also preventing that runoff, which can add to the pollutants that come into Galveston Bay. This is Houston matters I'm Craig Cohen We're discussing the twenty twenty Galveston Bay report card just out this morning evaluating the state of Galveston Bay. My guests are Bob stokes president of the Galveston Bay Foundation in Dr Aaron, Kenny Research Scientist at Hark the Houston Advanced Research Center. Two categories down four to go. Let's look at Habitat next Dr Kenny at a d the last two years is it three years in a row? If years in a row for Habitat. And that's not too surprising because this is a big one to lift. There is so much habitat in the Galveston Bay system including watershed that we need to conserve and protect, and so we look at salt water wetlands, freshwater wetlands, underwater grasses, and. and. What's exciting this year is that even though the grades haven't changed, we actually had new data. So are wetland data used to go through a twenty ten? Just, released their two thousand sixteen wetland data. So we since the great saves the day the same that means we didn't have any significant losses in wetlands twenty, one, twenty sixteen, which is good news and that's a very important mission that she is part of in conservation and also restoration but we also have some news on always therese Texas Parks and wildlife has been working really hard to map the reefs in Galveston Day as an effort that's been going on since. Ike. And they have just released some preliminary data. It has not been completely ground truth, but they gave us permission to share it on a map form on the website Gal Grade Dot Org so that folks can take a look and see where the potential oyster habitat is in the bay and it looks like we haven't lost as much as we thought, we did during Ike and Harvey, and those other. The many many challenges at the Bay has faced from storms, droughts, floods. So we're encouraged by that and we're looking forward to the full data set from Texas Parks and wildlife. Bob Anything you'd like to add about the Galveston bay foundation's role and wetland and oyster reef. Protection projects. Yeah..
"galveston bay" Discussed on KCRW
"Chemo in Galveston Bay, Eisele Murano says she's glad her family rode out the storm. We have three dogs. Two is we have to fit all like three dogs in that car and it was just would have been chaotic if things if we had to leave, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said. Evacuations closer to the Louisiana border definitely saved lives. For NPR News. Florian Martin in Houston President Trump says he plans to visit the U. S Gulf Coast in the next several days. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is condemning a police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin. That left a 29 year old black man, critically injured Fighting tells MSNBC that he's spoken to the family of Jacob Blake. The mom was really incredibly straightforward, she said. This is not who we are as a family. This is not who my son is. We condemn the violence. The shooting sparks several nights of violent demonstrations in Kenosha. Police on Tuesday arrested and charged a 17 year old with the shooting deaths of two protesters. President Trump on Wednesday announced he was sending federal law enforcement and the National Guard to reinforce security in the city. A new NPR Ipsos poll finds vast differences in people's attitudes toward the racial justice movement that was sparked by the police killing of George Floyd. NPR's Adrian Floridita has more. The differences split largely along racial lines with support foreign participation in the movement being lowest among white Americans. Fewer than half of white respondents to the polls said they support the Black lives matter movement. And even fewer white people, 37% said. They support one of movements. Major demands, redirecting police funding towards social services. In contrast, more than two thirds of black Americans of base support police de funding. So do majorities of Latinos and Asians. People also found that 36% of Americans had taken some action after George Floyd's death to better understand issues of race in America. 30% of white respondents had done so compared with 59% of Latinos. Adrian, Florida NPR News Stocks are trading higher on Wall Street At this hour. The Dow Jones industrial average is up 266 points, the NASDAQ composite up three D S and P Up 16. This is NPR news. The embassy says it's postponing playoff games for a second day today. Yesterday, the Milwaukee Bucks decided not to play their game against the Orlando Magic to protest the police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, that left a black man critically injured. The MBA, then postponed all three of yesterday's games. They plan to resume the playoffs either tomorrow or Saturday. A white supremacist who killed 51 Muslims and injured dozens of others in a mass shooting in Christ Church, New Zealand last year has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. NPR's Hannah Allam reports. The shooter is the first person to receive the country's harshest form of a life sentence. 29 year old Australian Britain, Tarrant pleaded guilty to 51 murders, 40 attempted murders and a terrorism charge. His life streamed attack on two mosques drew international attention to white supremacist terrorism. In handing down the landmark sentence, the judge told Tarrant Your crimes are so wicked that even if you were detained until you die, it will not exhaust the requirements of punishment. The sentencing came after days of testimony from Victimsfamilies, as one woman told her husband's killer. The devastation goes beyond 51 lives. Those who died, she said, left behind 34 spouses, 92 Children and more than 100 siblings. Diana Lamb, NPR news India is reporting a record single day number of new Corona virus infections. Public health officials on Wednesday confirmed more than 75,000 new cases. I'm Windsor Johnston. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include see three c three dot Ai Ai software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at sea three dot ay ay. We're the ones getting killed, whether one's getting shot Despite the overwhelming plea for change, there has been no action consensus is to not play in tonight's later game. So our focus today cannot be on basketball into Neil lock arms and raised fist during the national anthem. When we take the court represent Milwaukee in West Way, are expected to play at a high level aren't just basketball players. When most of us go home. We still are. We hold ourselves to the standard. And in this moment, we are demanding the same from.
"galveston bay" Discussed on KTRH
"Reports recovery of a body near the Texas city dike in Galveston bay just before daybreak today, the medical examiner's office will confirm if it is came police chief, Chris Reed who has been missing since he was thrown overboard, while boating Friday afternoon. Hundreds of people marching through downtown Houston early this morning. Remembering Milia Davis? This is the day to wear pink. If you go downtown Houston, is remembering for your old Milia Davis whose remains were found in Arkansas, people gathered near Hope Arkansas as well. Guess today and Houston city hall will be lit up in pink tonight. Pink was her favorite color, the Texas legislature passed a Bill called the Texas model for other states to us to go after sex and human trafficking. Buyers legislators say if they end the demand for sex slaves, they can start to end human trafficking in Texas children at risk. Attorney Jamie Carruthers says the Texas model connects victims with services instead of sending them to jail for prostitution. Gee, domestic bottles. All these things that are offered to for the salvage. He says the buyers will be sent to jail, and they've ramped up penalties against them, Audrey Morton, NewsRadio seven forty K Terry, it is five zero three. President Trump says more details were worked out on a deal with Mexico, every migration and tariffs in a series of tweets this morning. The president said something's not mentioned one in particular were agreed upon that will be announced at the appropriate time. He added, quote there is now going to be great cooperation between Mexico and USA something that hadn't existed for decades. If some unknown reason there's not weaken always go back to our previous very profitable position of tariffs. But I don't believe that will be necessary. President Trump also continued to attack the failing New York Times and politically challenged CNN calling them the enemy of the people Astros. Let's talk about them later. Grab your Benach killers. If you have a telescope to get a glimpse of the planet Jupiter tomorrow night. It will be the closest approach of the year, and it's the bright star to the naked eye. But with a telescope a really good benign killer. She might see that giant red spot in sports, UT, El Paso football quarterback. Kyw Loxley is suspended from the team after being charged with making terroristic threats he was pulled over by police yesterday on suspicion of drunk driving. He is the son of university of Maryland's head coach and his out twenty nine hundred dollars to pay his bond, Texas, Tech on the NC double A men's outdoor track and field championship this weekend, and the Astros, shut out the Orioles, four to nothing. They welcomed the brewers two minute maid onto state..
"galveston bay" Discussed on KTRH
"In Galveston bay Friday when he was thrown overboard when they were hit by the wake of another boat. A drive by shooting near the east Tech's freeways since Ford of the hospital at around ten last night. The more this morning. Police are looking for the shooters in an older model Nissan Altima, where pink today. It was me Davis favorite color. There is a March in downtown Houston this morning. At city hall, people chanting Justice for Lia today is me Davis day in Houston. There's a rising demand for construction workers in Texas. We get this report from Fox News. The construction industry is booming on the Texas Gulf Coast, Brennan mob, off from the associated builders and contractors of. Greater Houston says that amid for more work means there's a demand for more workers nationwide. Their four hundred forty thousand approximate, open construction jobs, one way to fill the gap of Massa craftsmen could be found a President Trump's immigration plan. I propose increase in the number of highly skilled workers accepted into the United States from Tel percent to fifty seven percent, but Jose Garza from the workers defense project doesn't agree Garza says, as many as half of the construction workers in the Lone Star state are undocumented, bowling foundations to roofs and everything in between. He says the president's proposal would hurt more than help over seventy percent of construction, firms nationally are struggling to find workers despite rising jobs, and ways is it is one of three in nation in national news, the House Judiciary committee announced last week that it is one to continue hearings examining allegations of crimes and misconduct on the part of President Trump that. Were outlined in the now. Former special counsel Robert Muller's report also last week, politico reported that during a private meeting with top Democrats about whether or not to launch impeachment proceedings against the president speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi said, quote, I don't wanna see them impeached want to see him in prison and on Fox News Sunday this morning. Democratic congressman David cellini and guest host Brit, mayor disgust. Look, the speaker said and I agree with her completely. We should never proceed with impeachment for political reasons. We should never refuse to proceed with impeachment for political reasons. This is about defending the constitution and the rule of law is not just about this president is about future presence, and how they will regard their responsibilities in office during the two thousand sixteen Republican national convention at many, a President Trump's rallies president's supporters, chanted lock her up regarding the president. Trump's former opponent, Hillary Clinton Astro Josh. Rettig is head his one thousand career hit last night. He'll make it a thousand and one shortly shirt make that Jardin Avery will make his first National League and Astros appearance today. He's the D H and will bet v s stroz wrapping up their series with the Baltimore in a few minutes on sports talk seven ninety..
"galveston bay" Discussed on KTRH
"Well, the search continues in Galveston bay for read the police chief there that reportedly fell off a passing a boat after about passed and created a large wave there. They've had many, many, many vehicles and many boats. The coast guard has been partnering with a number of agencies in the search read was not wearing a life vest. They'll resume the search after sunset sunrise this morning. Houston Texans are looking for a new, general manager Corey Olsen tells us the story. The Texans announced late Friday, fire GM, Brian gain after just a year and a half on the job. In a statement team CEO Cal McNair says Brian is a man of high character and we appreciate his contributions to our organization, adding while the timing may be unusual. This decision was made in the best interest of our organization, gained signed a five-year contract when he was hired to replace Rick Smith as GM February twenty eighteen the team says. Begun an immediate search for his replacement Coriolis, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h you can never be reminded of this, too many times. It is seriously hot this weekend, and the mother of a young boy who died in a Houston. Daycare van last summer is warning parents about the dangers of leaving young children inside of locked cars RJ prior was one of five Texas children who died in hot cars last year, fifty one people died fifty-one children died nationwide in hot cars, Baker van before and a half hours, which one hundred degrees. So he suffered. RJ's mothers, working along with kids and cars dot org. And the Harris County precinct one constable's office to offer free rear view mirror placards, reminding parents, that they have kids in the back seat, the placards come in both Spanish and English someone in California won the five hundred and thirty million dollar mega millions jackpot. Lottery officials say a ticket was sold in San Diego that matched all six numbers, including the mega ball. The ticket was reportedly sold at a deli mart near a golf course making it the seventh largest jackpot in mega millions history. There are also three second-place winters. They only won a million dollars and the Astros did not do so yesterday. They lost to the Orioles final score was four to one.
Tanker collision, gasoline spill closes portion of Houston Ship Channel
"More duties trade. Talks are scheduled to ship back to Beijing. The Houston ship channel remains partially closed amid a toxic chemical. Spill following a tanker collision on Friday NPR's. Amy held reports. Authorities in Texas are warning residents to avoid eating seafood from an area of Galveston bay and are monitoring air quality in the region. State health officials are advising people not to eat any seafood harvested from the northern portion of Galveston bay for now after a tanker and a tug pushing to barges collided. Friday the ship. Here's the tank of one barge leading to all nine thousand barrels of reformation, a gasoline additive to spill into the water. Some residents have complained of noxious odor close contact with reformation, Ken cause headache and air tation. But health officials monitoring air quality around the coast say they found no readings above actionable levels. And officials say it could have been worse. The twenty five thousand barrels of reformation on the other barge remained contained and they're seeking to remove the tank from
Tanker collision, gasoline spill closes portion of Houston Ship Channel
"The region NPS. Amy held reports normally bustling Houston ship channel remains partially closed. Amid a toxic chemical spill following a barge collision. State health officials are advising people not to eat any seafood harvested from the northern portion of Galveston bay for now after tanker and a tug pushing to barges collided. Friday, the ship pierced the tank of one barge leading to all nine thousand barrels of reformation, a gasoline additive to spill into the water. Some residents have complained of noxious odor. Health officials say close contact with reformation can cause headache and IRA tation. They're monitoring air quality around the coast and say found no readings above actionable levels. Officials say it could have been worse. Twenty five thousand barrels of reformation on the other barge remain contained, and they're seeking to remove the tank from
Texas petrochemical fire prompts hundreds to visit health clinic
"After elevated levels of benzene were detected near the scene of a massive fire at a petrochemical storage facility from Houston. Public media Gail Delattre reports a lot of people in the town of deer park, Texas thought things were close to getting back to normal after three days of watching a huge plume of smoke that was visible for miles that far erupted at a tank farm operated by intercontinental terminals company, just east of Houston. It's spread to multiple tanks that contain the components for gasoline. But after it was finally extinguished. There was another problem. The EPA is Adam Adam says agencies started picking up small levels of benzene. Do they're monitoring. We got to get dissipated. It's believed benzene escape from a damaged tank after a full blanket that was placed on top shifted. But there are still a lot of things that residents don't know like the environmental after. Effects or when the clean up will be finished company's spokeswoman Alice Richardson got motion after she was peppered with questions during a news conference. ITC cares care a lot. What? We have good stewards. Neighbors, and it's not just what's in the air. That has environmental groups worried those tanks are near the Houston ship channel which empties into Galveston bay a popular spot for commercial and recreational fishing Bob Stokes with the nonprofit Galveston bay foundation. One of the organizations that's now doing water testing. We are concerned that there's chemical by products from the fire run off of other sorts certainly components from the Napa design lean Italian lean. And now the benzine that could theoretically be in the water. So that's what we'll be looking for in a place where chemical plants and refineries pumped billions of dollars in the area. Connie there have been other recent incidents loop Metzker with the advocacy group in Barma, Texas hopes they get some attention as well. You know, that lawmakers are paying attention to what's going on and finally will act, but some teeth into the law to make sure these companies are held accountable, and we prevent these kind of accidents from happening. Local officials are telling people to consult with a health care professional if they're feeling any ill effects after going
"galveston bay" Discussed on KTRH
"Parts of Galveston bay had over three inches of rainfall yesterday. Weak tropical low in the western Gulf kind of drifting towards south Texas and close enough by to keep a pretty good chance of rain around here throughout the day today and into tonight with some locally heavy rainfall possible for us and temperatures today in the low eighties tropical atmosphere tonight. Locally heavy rainfall drifting north northwest mid seventies for tonight. And there are flood alerts up again on the coast today, I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel, rain and seventy nine on the island. We've got rain seventy five here at the KT. Top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center for live Doppler, seven forty weather radar go to KTAR H dot com. Click on operation storm watch one o one. Our top story. There is street flooding on Galveston island as a tropical system. Dumps more rain along the Texas coastline today. This woman says many drivers were caught off guard by how quickly the roads took on water. We didn't plan on getting stuck here. But we barely made it here. So we're lucky we got here we almost all right there where that car is still down over there. But we made it. She spoke with our TV partner channel to flood warning for Galveston island expired at twelve thirty but a flood watch remains in effect through four o'clock this afternoon. First responders in North Carolina are scrambling to rescue those who ignored evacuation. Orders are now stranded in their cars and on rooftops as the flood waters keep rising. Skip the latest now from ABC. The sheriff in Fayetteville North Carolina has a message for those who are being pounded by Florence right now. You don't have to be on the road. If you don't have to evacuate. Stay at home, the rain continuing to come down even though the wind speeds have been decreasing in the past hour calculated at seventy five miles an hour. It's more about water than wind says Nick petro with the national weather service in Cumberland county, North Carolina, moving very slowly. And that creates a problem a particular problem with slow moving, heavy rain bands. The first reported injuries. Coming in Wilmington, where a tree fell on a house to people inside rescue teams are dealing with that right now this storm itself, he's very slowly moving south into Myrtle Beach, then it will move more inland losing wind speed as it makes its way in.
"galveston bay" Discussed on KTRH
"And Or too, later At man spoke with their TV partner channel to Lawson's teenage son was not hurt. In the shooting witnesses described a, small Brown car. Possibly at Twitter Camry seen speeding away from. The scene meantime another bizarre case in eighty four year old baytown man rushed into emergency, surgery this morning following a drive by shooting. In that, area police say the man was out on a walk when a bullet hit him in the back along Pinehurst, near highway. One forty six the fact that it's an area where there's not a lot of, crime that happens especially of this nature the time of the day. That it, happened you know. It just it it lends itself Kind of away, from it being random officers are, looking for a light colored sedan anyone's, info on either case should call police. Annual Galveston bay report. Card. Is in advocates have once again given. It. A composite. Grade of see. The report rates twenty two environmental and economic factors in issuing the. Grade this, is actually the four. Year that Galveston bay has received a c. Lisa Gonzales says president of the Houston advanced research center who. Are hark which partners with the, Galveston bay foundation. For the study among the strong points much. Lower pollution volume of oil spilled in the bay went from an f. last year to, an a we did not have any large. Oil spills, but the top challenges include wildlife particularly the falling count for blue crab which is an important catch for area, fishermen breakdown. Or NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h KTAR age news time seven oh three a wild, scene it today's joint practice between the Texans and forty Niners in. Houston Texans receiver de'andre Hopkins. And forty nine Quarterback Jimmy ward were, ejected for getting a fight nevertheless Texans. Quarterback DeShaun Watson likes. These joint practices by this find some new. Get. Better.
"galveston bay" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Yeah those are based go to yourself your saltwater plastics it's not gonna hurt a thing unless you don't know put a shrimp tail on there it's just not gonna have any action at all but that if you stop and think of it even that if you put it say behind a jig hit or something doesn't look a whole lot unlike across fish crawling across the bottom now does it yeah they're those lures are so much more interchangeable than people realize and the only way you're gonna figure out what will and won't work to throw a man just get out there and throw them yes or are they ever gonna pull the trigger and get a five fish trap limit in galveston bay area like they should buy call the rest of the coast has i wouldn't have a problem with that at all on a lot of my god for sale it's gonna put us out of business go slow down our business it didn't hurt south texas any and if you're if you're putting your clients on five to eat and ten fifteen more peace during the day having fun and cutting cutting them loose that's still a really good day if i got four guys on the boat and they take home forty fillets i don't i don't have a problem with that i don't i don't see why everybody thinks they have to they're trying to justify the cost of a guided trip by the number of pounds of meat they bring home and that's that's just a wrong mentality that's not why you're out there and that's the only thing as a guide that you have then you're not a very good guide in most guys the guys i fish with the guys i know or so entertaining so much fun so smart and knowledgeable and we'll share that knowledge with you that's where you're that's where you justify the cost of hiring a guide it's not in how much meat you bring home in the.
"galveston bay" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Built stronger and more resilient otherwise whatever funding you get your providing funding for failure there's no question right now what the senate passed out today a package of eighty nine billion dollars but i think that's for california texas florida puerto rico and the virgin islands so that's not nearly enough when you do buy it up let me just say for us and what i've said to people in congress is that simple don't just provide us with enough funding to put us back where we were prior to harvey where we're needing now is funding to to build a much more resilient city because there will be a another storm okay climate change is real we faced a five hundred flood in fifteen sixteen and seventeen so there will be another storm where we're needing now is to make sure that our city is more resilient we built on the by you city and so we have to provide more capacity on our by putting more detention basins in place the need for for example of third reservoir and its imports of houston if the hurricane had hit galveston bay and they had been a huge storm surge then that water would have come back up into city of houston and it would have been how it would have been horrific the port of houston for example is not just important to the city if you sit on the state of texas but it's important to the country as a whole you know a large percentage the fuel that's refined and come out of the port supplies areas throughout the country so it's important so we've advocating for what we call the coastal span something that they put in the netherlands that will help to prevent these storm surge it is a huge cost it's about a twelve billion dollar item but assume that the storm hurricane had hit galveston bay it would have been exponentially more and so if they simply provide enough funding to put us back where we were prior to hurricane harvey then you providing funding for failure if.
"galveston bay" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Don't kick they will beat him up it's it's as simple as that they won't beat him up start small work up start with a 22 rifle workup may be to a to forty three then a to seventy if you don't own all those guns that's fine find someone who does maybe you've got a 22 in your body has a 243 take your kids to the range stardom on your twenty graduate into their 243 same with shotguns start some stardom with a twenty gauge with super light target loads let him get a feel for the gun a fuel for the noise you better have hearing and i protection on him too if you don't shame on you hear yanai protection at the range controlled environment walkman slowly walkmans again i know and gummidge and no you carried often and it's fine i mean just warrior confident if wandering off oh heads up bathe fishermen it says the right here i wrote this for paul more casio low thirty thirty second spot i was doing for him and his new videos at that are out now the bottom line had only need to look at the sheet here's the deal at all three fishing tackle unlimited locations you will find on the probably on the counter near the register now i think if i'm if i am correct paul's newest videos that the earlier ones came out and they were a solid ron about an hour our and change on how to fish where to fish galveston bay now what he's done is he's created a another entire series of videos two of them actually just a pair that deal with the entire base system seasonally where do you one of them is the bleep spring and summer the other one is fall and winter maybe it's summer fall winter spring i don't remember there on the counter.
"galveston bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Entered the drudges these ungainly workhorses suck mud from the murky floor of the channel twenty four seven more than a century ago dredge boats doubt a trench fifty two miles long down buffalo by you and across shallow galveston bay to create the houston chipped channel ever since nature has been trying to fill it back in the dredges have to maintain the channel at a depth the forty five feet for the deep draft chips delivering volkswagen's wind turbine blades and other heavy cargo to the seaport is over and over again our district been dragging for over a hundred years as his luggage tricia campbell is operations manager with the galveston district of the army corps of engineers every year for the past three years huge floods in houston have forced emergency dredging in fact the work boats were still scooping up silt from earlier storms when harvey him with more monster storms hitting houston the port lobbies congress to give the core additional funding to maintain the ship channel campbell concedes they could use more dredges at we add more bindingly the bandler contracts more grudging that it had this time yeah we work with what we get after harvey's four feet of rain fouled up the ship channel it poured into galveston bay bob stokes as president of the galveston bay foundation it essentially turned galveston bay into a freshwater lake and many of our species were impacted negatively bias all that freshwater the one that's going to have the longest term and pat is our voice tres galveston bay is one of the nation's major oil stre fisheries or stroman are reporting a massive killoff of the delectable molluscs which here on the gulf coast is dipped in red cocktail sauce mixed with horseradish in the dash of tabasco and eaten with a chryst saltin ross halili coowner of prestige or srs says when he came to his company docks after the storm the bay had so much muddy freshwater it looked like a melted chocolate bar then he brackish water then he that mixture of freshwater salt water surely thrive but when you get too much one thing they can do that 2017 was supposed to be a banner year for galveston bay where srs they come back strong from successive bad seasons brought on by earlier storms harvey has set back.
"galveston bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The galveston bay foundation it essentially turned galveston bay it or freshwater lake and many of our species were impacted negatively bias all that freshwater the one that's going to have the longest term impact is our voice tres galveston bay is one of the nation's major oil stre fisheries or stroman are reporting a massive killoff of the delectable mollis which here on the gulf coast is dipped in red cocktail sauce mixed with horseradish in the dash of tabasco and with a chryst saltin ross halili coowner of prestige or srs says when he came to his company docks after the storm the bay had so much muddy freshwater it looked like a melted chocolate bar then need a brackish water then he that mixture of freshwater salt water surely thrive but when you get too much one thing they can do that 2017 was supposed to be a banner year for galveston bay where srs they come back strong from successive bad seasons brought on by earlier storms harvey has set back the harvest again and oyster boat named the hustler saidles up to the dog as pelicans dive for lunch out on the bay mexican deckhands heat hundred pound sacks of the by valves onto a conveyor belt carson who cedi an immigrant from kosovo just like the owners of prestige forster's stepped off the boat after six hours on the water they are very bad miss some blazes 100 percent i someplace his reward agonized fifty eight forty percent die someplace is better with hit pretty hard this time the orange juice will eventually recover but in the nearterm prices on the half shell will jump the dredges will work to deepen the ship channel but in the meantime they will make shipping more expensive the costs from hurricane harvey piling up john bernett npr news houston those who know the houston music scene know that it's long been dominated by men dj screw paul wall treat the truth but texas monthly wrote in its october music issue for perhaps the first time there is a growing contingent of women taking over texas's hip hop seen women have been here they'll make you think that we just got here i have a listen i speak the.
"galveston bay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Funding to maintain the ship channel campbell concedes they could use more dredges at we add more binding wicked bad lahrmann attract more dragging but at at the sign you know we work with what we get after harvey's four feet of rain fouled up the ship channel it poured into galveston bay bob stokes is president of the galveston bay foundation it essentially turned galveston bay tour freshwater lake and many of our species were impacted negatively bias all that freshwater the one that's going to have the longest term and pads is our voice tres galveston bay is one of the nation's major oil stre fisheries or stroman are reporting a massive killoff of the delectable mollusc which here are the gulf coast is dipped in red cocktail sauce mixed with horseradish in a dash of tabasco and eaten with a chryst saltin ross halili coowner of prestige oysters says when he came to his company docks after the storm the bay had so much muddy freshwater it looked like a melted chocolate bar they need a brackish water than he that mixture of freshwater salt water surely thrive but when you get too much of one thing it can do that twentyseven was supposed to be a banner year for galveston bay where srs they come back strong from successive bad seasons brought on by earlier storms harvey has set back the harvest again and or stir boat named the hustler saidles up to the doc best pelicans dive for lunch out on the bay mexican deckhands leave hundred pound sacks of the by valves onto a conveyor belt arson husseini an immigrant from costa vote just like the owners of prestige forster's stepped off the boat after six hours on the water the harvard event miss some blazes 100 percent die someplace his reward organiz fifty eight forty percent dai someplace it's better hit forty heart this time the organisers will eventually recover but in the nearterm prices on the half shell will jump the dredges will work to deepen the ship channel but in the meantime that will make shipping more expensive the costs from hurricane harvey piling up john bernett npr news houston those who know the.
"galveston bay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In the upper 80s to around ninety from cbs fourmasted now theory on koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm mostly clear skies 65 live here in the tech center at five o two now on colorado's morning news houston finally gets a break finished on will begin from the national weather service and the news report on the end of the rain may be signed houston mayor sylvester turner there he says a dry day is in store for the first time in five days after getting more than 50 inches of rain the levels are finally dropping on sand was sinto river which helps west houston draining a galveston bay that county medical examiner confirms three more people have drowned in the floodwaters hurricane harvey has killed eighteen people in texas including a houston police officer yesterday sergeant steve peres got caught in the floodwaters while driving to work on sunday as fatherinlaw who's the korean war veteran us uh from the army combat veteran he told not to go conditions were so bad bond was got work to do police chief art asa vado says peres has been on the force for more than thirty years still a tropical storm now harvey is moving north and east expected to make landfall again this time in louisiana new orleans is under a flash flood watch just a day after mayor mich landrieu marked twelve years since hurricane katrina in dc commemoration of uh that very terrible event especially in light of what's happening in in houston so if you join me and i asked the city to join with us katrina killed more than eighteen 100 people in many of the survivors then moved to houston they're getting hit again colorado brewery is doing its part to help out koa newsradio conner sri is live with more on the efforts from a couple of breweries including oscar blues gordon conner good morning april that's right this is lyonsbased oscar blues bururi and of course goldens miller coors who are teaming up to send hand a water to the hurricane harvey year recovery effort marketing director ted male us says oscar blues has can't eighty thousand hand so far it's a nobrainer here you know it us villas were.
"galveston bay" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Galveston bay yes sure yet it out that's a run out and did out yeah and then kill that did galveston bay goes back to sea level which will take that storm has to go e and entire the wins have come out of the north and blow galveston bay back out into the gulf i see okay at one it takes it out believe it or not eighty five miles across houston to the magnolia katie conroe all those waters are we feed probably in less than eight to ten hours all uefa hit yet and conroe way north of houston yeah because now her now we'll have somewhere to go it have somewhere to go but right now you've got a ninefoot tied in at bay so that's backing up at water 80 mile yeah no work for to go in as we read earlier from the article a from the atlantic there's so much concrete and asphalt in houston it's not like there's a whole lot of uncovered ground to absorb the water in houston proper that is the fact that water will run out at light speed when he hit it and allocated in two thousand one when when the whole entire downtown film uh john's plaza was twelve fifteen feet under water the buffalo biology crested at thirty four feet the two thousand one we didn't very close to what you're seeing today one the bay went down wants to win turned from the north yeah bush that by out that water receded than life an eight or nine hour that is amazing robert i appreciate grow thank you very much well.
"galveston bay" Discussed on Here & Now
"Well the national hurricane center is forecasting a track that drift saw slightly southeast from its current location and then by wednesday morning they'll be located right off the galveston bay and then by thursday morning move up into eastern texas saw and weaken into a depression you can see from that we're dealing with a very slowmoving storm system which is adding to the potential for a devastating impacts in that area it just remind us why it's so slowmoving in his stalled over taxes well uh as is the case in the summer or the upper level flow regime is relatively weak in the southern half of the country especially over the gulf of mexico if you do have a steering current as we call it uh these storms can move along at about uh fifteen twenty miles an hour as they make landfall and then move on up towards the north in this case very weak flow and in a very real sense the storm is creating its own circulation system all the way up through the atmosphere in its own steering current so it circling around and um right now gifting towards the southeast the national weather service tweeted yesterday that dissident is unprecedented in all impacts are unknown in beyond anything experienced tell us what was so unprecedented about this store we of course with famed extreme rainfall rates with the band uh that uh circulating up into texas and now a western uh louisiana but it's the prolonged nature of the ban they last hour as the train individual cells had over the fame areas giving very extreme rainfall rates over a short period of time for example houston had closer to feet of rain overnight friday night into saturday morning at then home.
"galveston bay" Discussed on WRVA
"Is it gets out and do a area we'll get near corpus christi it gets out and in the area where the water is still very very warm he hurricane up well water so it could try to make a comeback too perhaps a minimal hurricane by the time it came back inland between galveston in beaumont port arthur now this opens up this problem not only do we have the extra rain at is going to cause around houston area which is a largescale event with two feet of rain in there but it also we eat it all at waters draining into galveston bay this continue pushing a quarterback into galveston bay from the gulf inlet the wind goes to the north in galveston bay strong minority but it's only thirty forty fifty miles an hour for twelve hours late dr debate into galveston from behind there's nothing to protect galveston from gal in bay uninsured waned if the bay up two three four p higher than normal so that a problem the other problem i don't i trying to find out details from my spies in new orleans is the pump system over there because the further east this goes with more chance at new orleans gets into some of the you know the outer panes and i heard that there's a pumping problems new orleans shoot according to the rain in new orleans you can't pump it outta there that's a problem over there to we have the we have the east texas problem but there's some other problems showing up inherent with the tracking the possible intensity increase before landfall on wednesday then by thursday it up in new york with tax and then prodi it's raining itself out but in saturday in the tennis you know how valley part of joe bestari's meteorologist whether bella dot com is the site in his company joe what we're hearing from the media allott is the idea that this is unprecedented and the cause of it is obviously going to be are suvs that's how every weather event is covered how can you blame donald trump or climate change for every single event the history of this though you mentioned the incident in cuba we had allison not too long ago in houston that that dumped a lot of water in rain and flooding into these areas i mean is this sort of thing common how is this really a.