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EWF-012: Watershed Monitoring Benefits Private Lands and Public Water Supplies
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This is an electronic download. Every Texan lives in a watershed, whether in the city or the country. Different land uses have different impacts to water quality and quantity in waterbodies throughout the state. Watershed monitoring studies provide vital information that landowners, municipalities and water suppliers and others need to effectively manage the water on their land or within their jurisdiction. This publication describes different study designs and provides an example of a current study in the middle Trinity River basin. 14 pg. By: Blake Alldredge, Jason McAlister, Bill Fox, and James Cathey.
EL-5230: OWTS: Constructed Wetlands
EB-6098: OWTS: Alternative Collection Systems
E-447: Xeriscape...Landscape Water Conservation
EL-5530: How we protect streams, rivers and lakes
ESP-391: Upper Texas Gulf Coast Pothole Wetlands: New Research Shows Significant and Profound Hydrologic Connections to Galveston Bay and Other Area Waters
EAG-001: The Impact of the Beef Industry in the Southern Ogallala Aquifer…..
EB-6249: Eagle Mountain Watershed Management
EB-6186: Drinking Water Standards
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