5 edition of Water Quality in the Upper Nueces, San Antonio, and Guadalupe River Basins, Texas, 1996-98 (U.S. Geological Survey Circular, 1212) found in the catalog.
Water Quality in the Upper Nueces, San Antonio, and Guadalupe River Basins, Texas, 1996-98 (U.S. Geological Survey Circular, 1212)
United States Geological Survey
by U S Geological Survey
|Contributions||Peter W. Bush (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Texas Water Development Board. North Congress Avenue, Austin, TX TEL: / FAX: Footer Social Media Navigation Water quality in the San Marcos River includes year-round 23° C water temperature, slightly basic pH, and low turbidity during base flows outside of flood events (Groeger et al. ).
The RBP was designed to deliver up to x 10 6 m 3 /mo (3, ac-ft/mo) of fresh water from the Nueces River, above the Calallen Dam, a saltwater barrier, to the upper Rincon Bayou , . The San Antonio and Guadalupe are the westernmost rivers within the East Texas Gulf freshwater ecoregion, which includes all the remaining Texas rivers to the east (Abell et al. ). The Guadalupe River is considered to be particularly important in this ecoregion because of the number of endemic species, mostly associated with the karst
The 10 major river basins are Nueces, Guadalupe, San Antonio, Lavaca, Colorado, Brazos, San Jacinto, Trinity, Neches, and Sabine basins. Three of the eight coastal basins (marked by asterisks) are shown with long-term gage data used in our analysis, including San Antonio-Nueces, Brazos-Colorado, and San Jacinto-Brazos :// Freshwater inflow recommendation for the Guadalupe Estuary of Texas. Coastal Studies Technical Report No. Texas Parks and Wildlife, Austin, Tx. pp. TxEMP results for the San Antonio Bay recommendation. San Antonio Bay Inflow and TxEMP Table; San Antonio Bay Fisheries Harvest vs. Inflows - Modeled
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A brief summary of the major river basins in Texas is provided below. Click on the river basin name for additional information related to that basin. There are eight designated coastal basins in Texas: the Neches-Trinity, Trinity-San Jacinto, San Jacinto-Brazos, Brazos-Colorado, Colorado-Lavaca, Lavaca-Guadalupe, San Antonio-Nueces, and Nueces Reliable water sources are central to human and environmental health.
In south Texas, USA, the Nueces River Basin (NRB) directly or indirectly plays that important role for many counties. Several NRB stream segments are designated as ecologically significant because they serve crucial hydrologic, ecologic, and biologic functions. The hydrologically significant streams recharge the Edwards Clean Rivers Program Partner Contact List.
Fifteen regional water authorities (12 river authorities, 1 water district, 1 council of governments, and an international water commission) have contracts with the TCEQ to conduct water quality monitoring, assessment, and stakeholder outreach in the 23 major river and coastal basins of :// The South-Central Texas Study Unit encompasses the Nueces, San Antonio, and Guadalupe River Basins.
The –98 assessment involved only the upper part of the Study Unit. Streams and rivers that originate in the rugged hills of the Edwards Plateau generally gain water as they flow southeastward toward the Edwards aquifer outcrop (recharge zone).
Texas Water Development Board. North Congress Avenue, Austin, TX TEL: / FAX: Footer Social Media Texas, –98 station) at San Antonio (), and San Antonio River near Elmendorf ().
The drainage basin of the Frio River at Concan site () is square miles (mi 2) (Gandara and others, ). Land use in the watershed is percent rangeland and forest with about 1 percent containing resorts along the Frio :// It supplies water of exceptional quality to million people in the San Antonio area and neighboring cities.
Springs from the Aquifer feed the Comal and San Marcos And Guadalupe River Basins which provide base flow in the Guadalupe River system and support the habitat for at least four endangered :// unit of the U.S. Geological Survey National Water-Quality Assessment.
The studies, published mostly during –97, pertain to the Guadalupe, San Antonio, and Nueces River Basins, the San Antonio-Nueces and Nueces-Rio Grande Coastal Basins, and the Edwards aquifer where it underlies the upper parts of the three river basins.
The and Corpus Christi Bay are the primary bays. Lavaca Bay, East Matagorda Bay, Upper San Antonio, and Nueces Bay are the secondary Bays. Variable Estuary and Bay Lavaca Guadalupe Nueces Lavaca Mata-gorda East Mata-gorda Lower San Antonio Upper San Antonio Corpus Christi Nueces Abundance (n m-²) 5, 11, 10, 9, 19, 16, 11, reconnaissance investigation of the ground-water resources of the guadalupe, san antonio, and nueces river basins, texas: texas water commission bulletinCHEMICAL ANALYSES OF WATER FROM OBSERVATION WELLS IN THE EDWARDS AND ASSOCIATED LIMESTONES, SAN ANTONIO AREA, TEXAS, EDWARDS UNDERGROUND WATER DISTRICT BULLETIN 7, The Texas Gulf Coastal Plain is a large region with a complex landscape that drains into the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico.
Over the past five decades there have been numerous studies pertaining to were combined with that of the Nueces River. The San Antonio River merges into the.
and west Texas rivers (Guadalupe, Nueces) as they () Texas water quality: a summary of river :// Annual precipitation over the drainage area varies from 28 in (71 cm) in the western regions of the Guadalupe and San Antonio River basins to 40 in ( cm) near the Gulf coast (Longley ).
Average salinity in San Antonio Bay from was 18 ppt, with a Web view. Guadalupe River Basin, Nueces River Basin, Rio Grande Basin, and intervening coastal basins - Spatial data for Eurycea salamander habitats associated with three aquifers in South-Central Texas - Evaluation of ground-water flow and land-surface subsidence caused by hypothetical withdrawals in the northern part of the Gulf Coast aquifer system ?/www/cgi-bin/lookup/getwatershed.
Lake Meredith is governed by the Canadian River Compact. The States of New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma are all parties to the compact created by agreement of the three states and the federal government in According to the compact, New Mexico can holdacre-feet in Ute Lake before it has to release water to :// Colorado, Guadalupe, and San Antonio River Basins to the north, the San Antonio – Nueces Coastal Basin to the southeast, the Nueces – Rio Grande Coastal Basin to the south, and the Rio Grande River basin to the south and southwest.
Throughout the basin, the rivers are used for water supply and recreational It supplies water for more than 2 million people and for agricultural, municipal, industrial, and recreational uses.
The Edwards (Balcones Fault Zone) Aquifer in the San Antonio, Texas, area was the first to be designated a sole source aquifer by the Environmental Protection Agency in Bay, the Guadalupe and San Antonio together build a delta into San Antonio Bay, and the Nueces River discharges into Corpus Christi Bay.
Marshes, seagrasses, shrimp, fish, and bottom fauna such as oysters require the nourishment provided by nutrients contained in the inflow of fresh water and sediments from these :// Native Ext/exp USFWS SGCN Canadian Red Sabine & Neches Trinity & San Jacinto Brazos Colorado & Lavaca Guadalupe & San Antonio Nueces Rio Grande & Pecos Petromyzontidae.
Ichthyomyzon castaneus Upper San Antonio. Absent. Craig et al. in Review. Nueces. Nueces. •Water quality •Water pollution —endocrine Explore Real-time Water Data Using New Products from USGS TXWSC View over USGS real-time stream, lake, reservoir, precipitation, and groundwater stations in context with current weather and hazard conditions on both desktop and mobile ://?type=flow_res&group_key=basin_cd.
Quality Inventories may be requested by contacting Louanne Jones, Water Quality Division, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, MC, P.O.
BoxAustin, Texascall ()or e-mail [email protected]:// The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (now the TCEQ) and others have identified high coliform bacteria counts as a water quality concern, so contact recreation is not supported in the San Antonio River (TNRCC, ).
These bacteria live in the intestines of warm-blooded animals are are not usually in themselves harmful, but they Jeremy Maikoetter. Responses of aquatic benthic macroinvertebrate communities to a large flow pulse in the Guadalupe, San Antonio and Brazos River basins, Texas.
M.S. Thesis. Nicky Hahn Faucheux. Rapid quantitative assessment to assist in identification of imperiled fishes. M.S. Thesis. Cory M. Scanes.