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Monitoring Projects of the NPS Program

Nonpoint Source Program projects whose primary tasks include monitoring water quality and/or flow
Title Description
Carters Creek: Implementing Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) A project to gather additional information about water quality in Carters Creek and its tributaries, and about potential sources of bacteria in the watershed, t...
Colorado River below Lady Bird Lake: Alluvium Case Study of Pathogens This study investigates pathogen movement between the Colorado River below Lady Bird Lake and its adjuacent alluvial aquifer.
Continuous Water Quality and Discharge Monitoring at Selected Sites in Texas For this project the U.S. Geological Survey's Texas Water Science Center is conducting continuous water quality monitoring at selected sites on the Rio Grande, ...
Gilleland Creek Stormwater Retrofits A project to demonstrate and monitor a retrofit to a stormwater detention basin in order to improve water quality in Gilleland Creek.
Guadalupe-Blanco River: Continuous Water Quality Monitoring Installation and operation of additional stations to continuously monitor water quality and establishment of real-time monitoring displays at public locations i...
Little River, San Gabriel River, and Big Elm Creek: Characterizing the Watershed A project to collect and analyze water quality data for Little River, San Gabriel River, and Big Elm Creek as a first step toward developing a watershed protect...
Lower Laguna Madre Watershed Characterization This project will identify existing data and data gaps to characterize the hydrologic, land use, and water quality in the Lower Laguna Madre watershed.
Nolan Creek Assessment of Water Quality and Watershed Based Planning Projects to characterize water quality in Nolan Creek, and to develop a Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) to be used in restoring the recreational use of the cree...
North Bosque River: Continuous Water Quality Monitoring Operations of continuous water quality monitoring stations on the North Bosque River near Clifton.
North Bosque: Evaluating Effectiveness of TMDL Implementation A project to conduct routine and storm event monitoring on the North Bosque River and to correlate the results with changes in land management practices.
Plum Creek: Implementing a Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) - Illicit Discharge Monitoring Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) will monitor the City of Lockhart's stormwater conveyance system for illicit discharges.
San Marcos River: Characterizing the Spring Lake Watershed A project to identify and quantify primary sources of nutrients and turbidity in Spring Lake.
Texas Stream Team: Volunteers Monitoring Water Quality Texas Stream Team coordinates a network of partner organizations and citizen scientists to increase the public's knowledge of water quality and nonpoint source ...
Upper San Antonio River: Incorporating LID Practices at the Mission Drive-In Redevelopment A project to incorporate several low-impact development (LID) features into a multipurpose redevelopment project by the City of San Antonio
Upper Trinity River-Dallas: Implementing TMDLs through Low Impact Development A project to address urban stormwater and legacy pollutants in Dallas by implementing and demonstrating LID practices
Whiteoak Bayou: Implementing Low-Impact Development LID features in a two-block area of the Cottage Grove subdivision, which is being redeveloped from single family residences to town houses.

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