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Over the last five years, the Paso del Norte Watershed Council’s Coordinated Water Resources Database and GIS Project (Project) was developed to provide improved access to regional water resources data for regional water stakeholders to make...
2009-01-12
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2008-08-01
What is the price of publicly supplied water and how is it changing in American cities? What is the demand for water in important American sectors? These are the questions addressed in the following report. A broad survey of water providers in...
2009-01-12
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2008-12-01
The Seymour Aquifer is a shallow aquifer underlying over 300,000 acres in 20 counties in northwest central Texas. High nitrate concentrations are widespread in the Seymour Aquifer. Median nitrate levels in Knox, Haskell, Baylor, Hall, Wichita,...
2009-01-12
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2008-10-01
Bacteria levels are the number one cause of water quality impairment in Texas. Several recent Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) in Texas, such as those implemented in the Peach Creek and Leon River watersheds, have identified grazing cattle as a...
2009-01-12
2009-01-12
2008-10-01
This report summarizes our initial analysis of the potential of thermal imaging for detecting leaking canals and pipelines. Thermal imagery (video format) was obtained during a fly over of a portion of the main canal of United Irrigation District....
2009-01-12
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2008-11-01
RAT (Rapid Assessment Tool), currently under development, is a combination of surveys, data collection, mapping and limited direct measurement designed to provide a quick and cost-effective analysis of the conditions of the water distribution...
2009-01-12
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2008-11-01
For several decades, land managers have cleared brush species, such as mesquite and juniper (cedar), and observed increases in spring and streamflows. Scientists have also conducted numerous studies in which they have measured the effects of brush...
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2008-11-01
About VIDRA© - HCID#1: VIDRA© (Valley Irrigation District Rate Analyzer) is a work-in-process and is being (has been) developed with collaboration from Hidalgo County Irrigation District No. 1 (HCID#1) and other Lower Rio Grande Valley irrigation...
2009-01-12
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2008-12-01
The Water Availability Modeling (WAM) System developed and maintained by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality includes the generalized Water Rights Analysis Package (WRAP) simulation model and WRAP input datasets for all of the river...
2009-01-12
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2008-12-01
In 1998 two upper North Bosque River segments were designated as impaired due to point source and nonpoint source (NPS) pollution of phosphorus (P) in these segments of the watershed. As a result, two Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) were...
2009-01-21
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Polymer – Abbreviation for polyacrylamide is used in water purification to flocculate suspended organic matter. Although polyacrylamide is designated as a non-toxic additive by USDA, its building block, acrylamide, is a potential nerve toxin in...
2009-01-21
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Two upper North Bosque River segments were designated as impaired in 1998 due to point source and nonpoint source (NPS) pollution of phosphorus (P) to these segments of the watershed. As a result, two Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) were applied...
2009-01-21
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Two upper North Bosque River segments were designated as impaired in 1998 due to point source and nonpoint source (NPS) pollution of phosphorus (P) to these segments in the watershed. As a result, two Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) were applied...
2009-01-21
2009-01-21
2009-01-01
Two upper North Bosque River segments were designated as impaired in 1998 due to point source and nonpoint source (NPS) pollution of phosphorus (P) to these segments in the watershed. As a result, two Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) were applied...
2009-01-21
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