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National Water-Quality Assessment Program
South-Central Texas NAWQA

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The study unit comprises the Nueces, San Antonio, and Guadalupe River Basins in Texas.  The 1996–2004 assessment involved only the upper parts of the basins.  The upper parts of the basins contain the watersheds of streams that recharge the Edwards aquifer, and the Edwards and Trinity aquifers, which were the primary focus of the assessment.



Additional information related to NAWQA can be obtained from:

South Central Texas NAWQA
Project Chief, USGS
1505 Ferguson Lane
Austin, Texas 78754
(512) 927-3500

Trinity River NAWQA (Texas)

National NAWQA

Study Unit Team

Bruce Moring, Project Chief (Biologist)
jbmoring@usgs.gov (512) 927-3585

Lynne Fahlquist, Groundwater Specialist (Hydrologist)
lfahlqst@usgs.gov (512) 927-3508

Patricia B.Ging, Surface Water Specialist (Hydrologist)
pbging@usgs.gov (512) 927-3581

Jeff Mabe, Aquatic Ecologist
jamabe@usgs.gov (512) 927-3552


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