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Surface Water Quality Monitoring: Annual Workshop

The annual SWQM Workshop is held in the fall of each year. It brings together surface water monitoring professionals in Texas who provide water quality data to the TCEQ to learn about procedures for assuring the quality and comparability of data, and to share advances in research.

Besides getting hands-on training in surface water and biological monitoring protocols, participants can:

  • learn about TCEQ quality assurance measures and program updates
  • interact with other water-quality professionals
  • share information about research, new technologies, and future directions

33rd Annual SWQM Workshop—October 21-23, 2019 in Bandera, Texas

Agenda

All presentations given at the 2019 workshop are linked below in PDF Adobe Acrobat PDF Document, in the order they appear on the workshop agenda.

October 22nd Presentations
Seven Reservoirs, 12 years of Data, Lots of Stats and 6 Questions Answered
—M. Ernst, Tarrant Regional Water District
Water Quality Protection Surveys: Monitoring Trash and Litter in the Trinity River Basin
—A. Kilpatrick, Trinity River Authority

October 23rd Presentations
North Concho Urban Runoff Assessment/Best Management Practices Effectiveness
—C. Brown, Upper Colorado River Authority
Inland fishes of Texas: taxonomic updates, conservation status, and threats
—T. Bonner, Texas State University
Field and laboratory method comparisons and remote sensing of HABs and cyanoHABs
—C. Churchill, US Geological Survey
Data Management Update
—C. Anderson, TCEQ
Biological Sampling, Metrics, TCEQ/TPWD Interagency Biological Monitoring Workgroup Updates
—L. Pulliam, TCEQ
From Pristine to Severely Degraded: Spatial Assessment of Texas Tidal Streams
J. Tolan, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Boater Refresher Workshop: Vessel Basics, Required Equipment, Emergencies
—P. Bohannon, TCEQ

Agendas from Previous SWQM Workshops

To request PDF Adobe Acrobat PDF Document copies of presentations from previous SWQM workshops, please email .

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