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Study of the Chemical Quality of Water in the Woodbine Aquifers of
Texas" (Ph.D., 1970)
Kelley, Nelson Lane. "The Feasibility of a Helicopter Passenger Service in the
Dallas-Fort Worth Area" (M.B.A., 1965)
Kelly, Frank Randolph. "Environments of Deposition of Subsurface Miocene
Strata, Jefferson County, Texas" (M.S., 1965)
Kennedy, Rex Page. "Texas Brush Problems and Rangeland Productivity: An
Economic Evaluation of the Rolling Plains Land Resource Area"
Kerr, Walter Langston. "The Impact of Title One, Elementary and Secondary
Education Act of 1965, on the Lufkin Independent School District"
Kim, Katherine Sophie. "A Study of the Hemagglutinating Substances in the
Seed Extracts of Some of the Leguminosae of Brazos County and Their
Relationship to the Existing Taxonomic Scheme" (M.S., I974)
Kincaid, George Preston. "Contemporary Sources and Geochemistry of Tritium
in the Gulf of Mexico and Its Distributive Province" (Ph.D., 1971)
King, Anthony Laurence. "Specific Gravities and Dry Weight Relationships
of Planted Slash Pine (Pinus elliottii Engelm.) in East Texas" (M.S.,
King, Charles Edward. "Ecology and Taxonomy of Ostracodes Inhabiting the
Laguna Madre, Redfish Bay, and Copano Bay, Texas" (Ph.D., 1967)
Klazura, Gerard Edward. "Measurements of Precipitation Particles in Warm
Cumuli over Southeast Teaxas" (M.S., 1970)
Kleibrink, Michael Charles. "Value Orientations of Retrained-Relocated
Mexican-Americans" (M.S., 1971)
Kmiecik, Jerome Gregory. "Investigation of Iron-Silicate Minerals in Selected
Samples from the Weches Formation, Texas" (Ph.D., 1964)
Knight, Richard William. "On the Transfer of Atmospheric Energy from the
Gulf of Mexico to the Continental United States" (M.S., 1972)
Knotts, Clifton Don. "Agricultural Mechanical Skills Needed by Farmers in
Texas" (Ph.D., 1971)
Koehler, Myron. "The Relative Cost Effectiveness of '30 and 6' Driver Edu-
cation and Simulator Training in Select Texas Public Schools" (Ed.D.,
The checklist for Texas A&M University will be completed in the April 1976 Quarterly.
The Point Isabel Lighthouse, standing 117 feet in height, was the tallest signal
on the Texas coast. Damaged during the Civil War, it was repaired in I866
and functioned until 1905, when it became the first Texas lighthouse to be
permanently closed down. The building and site are now maintained as a state
park. Courtesy of Maury Darst, Galveston, Texas.
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