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Completed Survey and Assessment Projects of the TMDL Program

A list of completed projects to collect and assess data to support use attainability analyses or to determine whether a TMDL is the most appropriate strategy for improving water quality in a 303(d)-listed waterway.
communities working together taking care of our rivers, lakes, and bays

The TMDL Program works to restore Texas waterways that have limited quality in relation to one or more of their assigned uses, such as recreation, fishing, or healthy aquatic environment.

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Armand Bayou: Evaluating Water Quality for Aquatic Life
Arroyo Colorado: A Watershed Protection Plan
Arroyo Colorado: Surveying Recreational Uses
Assessing Toxicity in Ambient Water and Sediment in Seven Texas Water Bodies
Atascosa River: Evaluating the Aquatic Life and Recreational Uses
Brandy Branch Reservoir: Assessing the Safety of Fish Consumption
Clear Fork Trinity River: Evaluating Water Quality for Aquatic Life
Dickinson Bayou: Investigating Low Dissolved Oxygen Conditions
Elm and Sandies Creeks: Evaluating Aquatic Life and Recreational Uses
Galveston Bay System: A Survey of Dioxin and PCBs
Grace Creek: Assessing Water Quality
Gulf Coastal Waters: Evaluating the Safety of Oyster Harvesting in 14 Bays
Lampasas and Navasota Rivers: Evaluating Water Quality for Recreational Uses
Lavaca Bay and Chocolate Bay: Evaluating Water Quality for Aquatic Life
Lower Leon Creek: A Project to Assess Bacteria
Lower Leon Creek: Evaluating Water Quality to Protect Aquatic Life
Martin Creek Reservoir: Assessing the Safety of Fish Consumption
Matagorda Bay and Nearby Coastal Waters: A Project to Assess Dissolved Oxygen and pH
Mid Cibolo Creek: A Project for Dissolved Oxygen
Oso Bay: A Project to Assess the Oyster Waters Use

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