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Modeling Support for Little Brazos River Tributaries Bacteria Assessment

Project Goals/Objectives: To assess contact recreation use impairments and support watershed planning for five tributaries of the Little Brazos River by 1) developing a comprehensive GIS inventory and conducting a watershed source survey, and 2) analyzing data using Load Duration Curves and spatially explicit modeling.

Project Location: Robertson County, Little Brazos River Tributaries (Campbells Creek-Segment 1242I, Mud Creek-Segment 1242K, Pin Oak Creek-Segment 1242L, Spring Creek-Segment 1242M, Walnut Creek-Segment 1242O)

Project Costs: Federal $0; State $51,534; Cooperator Match $0; Total Project $51,534

Project Participant(s): TSSWCB, Texas A&M AgriLife-Texas Water Resources Institute, Texas AgriLife Research-Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Project Workplan: 08-55

Quality Assurance Project Plan: 08-55

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