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Assessment of Springtime Contributions of Nutrients and Bacteria to the North Bosque River Watershed

Project Goals/ Objectives: This project will provide storm and routine monitioring of tributaries that contribute nonpoint source (NPS) loadings in the North Bosque River, an impaired stream, in order to assess agricultural NPS reductions. This project will focus on springtime contributions of nutrients and bacteria to water quality within tributaries of the North Bosque River assessing reductions in pre- and post- TMDL implementation periods.

Project Location: North Bosque River Watershed

Project Costs: Federal ($90,090); Non-Federal Match ($60,059); Total Project ($150,149)

Project Participants: TSSWCB, and Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research (TIAER) at Tarleton State University

Project Workplan04-12

Project Final Report: 04-12

Quality Assurance Project Plan: 04-12

"Protecting and Enhancing Natural Resources since 1939."

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