You are hereHome › Hal Marcus College of Science & Engineering (CSE) › Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences › Liebens, Johan › Profiles of selected pollutants in Bayou Texar, Pensacola, FL Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Mohrherr, C. J., Liebens, J., Lepo, J. E., & Rao, K. R. (2005). Profiles of selected pollutants in Bayou Texar, Pensacola, FL. Profiles of selected pollutants in Bayou Texar, Pensacola, FL Details Title Profiles of selected pollutants in Bayou Texar, Pensacola, FL Contributor(s) Mohrherr, Carl J. (author)Liebens, Johan (author)Lepo, J. Eugene (author)Rao, K. Ranga (author) Date 2005 Abstract This study is a component of the "Assessment of Environmental Pollution and Community Health in Northwest Florida, " supported by a USEPA Cooperative Agreement award X-9745502 to The University of West Florida (Project Director: Dr. K. Ranga Rao). The contents of this report are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the USEPA. The study was undertaken because of the increasing concern for environmental pollution and potential impacts on human health in Northwest Florida. It was designed to assess environmental impacts of toxic pollutants in Bayou Texar with an emphasis on possible superfund site impacts upon the bayou. Kristal Flanders managed the spatial databases for the project and drafted the maps. Her assistance has been invaluable. Alan Knowles, Jason Moore, Jeff Seebach, Kevin Bradley, and Tony DiGirolamo helped with the fieldwork and some laboratory procedures. We wish also to thank Michael Lewis, Ecosystem Assessment Branch of the US EPA Gulf Ecology Division for discussing some data from US EPA studies on Bayou Texar with us.