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Lower Laguna Madre: Watershed Characterization (North)

This project will identify existing data and data gaps to characterize the hydrology, land use, and water quality in the northern portion of the Lower Laguna Madre coastal watershed.

Background

The geographic scope of this project is the coastal watershed of the Lower Laguna Madre north of the Arroyo Colorado watershed. There is a lack of water quality data for the three main channels (North Floodway, Hidalgo Main, and Raymondville Drain). Additional data are needed to assess the Lower Laguna Madre watershed's impairments and concerns, and to determine the contributing sources for water quality issues.

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Project Description

This project will characterize the hydrology, land use, and water quality of the northern portion of the Lower Laguna Madre watershed. Results and partnerships from this project will provide the foundation for future development of a watershed-based plan.

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Documents

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For More Information

To find out more about the NPS Program, call 512-239-6682 or e-mail us at nps@tceq.texas.gov.

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