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Environmental Flows Assessment

Environmental Flows Advisory Group
Created by the 80th Texas Legislature in recognition of the importance that the ecological soundness of our riverine, bay, and estuary systems and riparian lands has on the economy, health, and well-being of our state.
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Environmental Flows Resources
Web sites, tools, and other resources to support the Senate Bill 3 environmental flows process.
Sabine and Neches Rivers and Sabine Lake Bay Basin and Bay Area Stakeholder Committee and Expert Science Team
Created by the 80th Texas Legislature in recognition of the importance that the ecological soundness of our riverine, bay, and estuary systems and riparian lands have on the economy, health, and well-being of our state
Trinity and San Jacinto Rivers and Galveston Bay Stakeholder Committee and Expert Science Team
Created by the 80th Texas Legislature in recognition of the importance that the ecological soundness of our riverine, bay, and estuary systems and riparian lands have on the economy, health, and well-being of our state.
Texas Environmental Flows Science Advisory Committee
The Texas Environmental Flows Science Advisory Committee serves as an objective scientific body to advise and make recommendations to the Environmental Flows Advisory Group on issues relating to the science of environmental flow protection and develop recommendations to help provide overall direction, coordination, and consistency.
Colorado and Lavaca Rivers and Matagorda and Lavaca Bays Basin and Bay Stakeholder Committee and Expert Science Team
Created by the 80th Texas Legislature in recognition of the importance that the ecological soundness of our riverine, bay, and estuary systems and riparian lands have on the economy, health, and well-being of our state
Guadalupe, San Antonio, Mission, and Aransas Rivers and Mission, Copano, Aransas, and San Antonio Bays Basin and Bay Stakeholder Committee and Expert Science Team
Created by the 80th Texas Legislature in recognition of the importance that the ecological soundness of our riverine, bay, and estuary systems and riparian lands have on the economy, health, and well-being of our state.
Nueces River and Corpus Christi and Baffin Bays Basin and Bay Area Stakeholder Committee and Expert Science Team
Created by the 80th Texas Legislature in recognition of the importance that the ecological soundness of our riverine, bay, and estuary systems and riparian lands is essential to the economy, health, and well-being of our state.
Environmental Flows Rulemaking
Information related to the TCEQ's environmental flow rulemaking process as required by House Bill 3 and Senate Bill 3.
Brazos River and Associated Bay and Estuary System Stakeholder Committee and Expert Science Team
Created by the 80th Texas Legislature in recognition of the importance that the ecological soundness of our riverine, bay, and estuary systems and riparian lands is essential to the economy, health, and well-being of our state.
Rio Grande, Rio Grande Estuary, and Lower Laguna Madre Basin and Bay Area Stakeholder Committee and Expert Science Team
Created by the 80th Texas Legislature in recognition of the importance that the ecological soundness of our riverine, bay, and estuary systems and riparian lands have on the economy, health, and well-being of our state
Environmental Flows for the Cypress Basin
House Bill (HB) 3 and Senate Bill (SB) 3, 80th Legislature, 2007, require the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to adopt environmental flow standards for the river basin and bay systems in the state.