Water Quality

Biologists Sampling Texas Parks and Wildlife Department works with local, state and federal agencies to ensure that the needs of fish, wildlife, and aquatic resources are considered in water quality planning and permitting activities at both statewide and local levels. A department-wide Water Quality Team, consisting primarily of staff from the Inland and Coastal Fisheries divisions, coordinates review, assessment and response to a wide range of water quality issues.

Related Reports and Links

These documents may contain complex graphs, charts, or tables. If you use assistive technology and the format interferes with your ability to access the information, please contact the Coastal Fisheries Division for assistance.

Statewide Seagrass Monitoring Protocol Development
Seagrass Monitoring Study in Port Bay and East Flats
Benthic Macroinvertebrate Study
Nutrient Effects in Brazos Basin Streams
Lake Mexia Bioassessment
Fort Parker Lake and Fairfield Lake
Tehuacana Creek (McLennan County) Bioassessment
Reservoir Nutrient Criteria
Tidal Streams Bioassessment
Lake Somerville Water Quality
Off-Road Vehicle Activity in Cedron Creek (Bosque County)
Red Tide Bloom of 2000
Kills and Spills Team (KAST) Summary (1958 - 1997)
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