Two areas were selected for this study, one in the southern POS along the Brazos River
in Washington and Waller counties, and the second in the northern POS in Anderson County.
In 2012 the mayor of nearby Hearne said in a post on the city's website he was sympathetic to the landowners in the Brazos River
Valley but he hoped the two parties could work out their issues.
This paper provides a description of the diet of the smalleye shiner and sharpnose shiner in the upper Brazos River
, Texas, during January through December 1998.
If the flow of the Brazos River
gets too low, it becomes difficult to divert sufficient water for Dow's needs," Gena Leathers, Dow's global technology leader for water, said in testimony filed with the judge as part of the company's demand for better enforcement of its senior-most water right on the river.
1995) and since the Texas Water Development Board (1990) has proposed several additional water developmental projects on the upper Brazos River
the impact of abiotic variables on fish species survival within isolated pools should be of considerable importance.
The flood plain of the Brazos River
is sparsely vegetated, but it provides terraces and deep sands that support yucca (Yucca spp.
Comparisons of fish collections made from the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River
before and after impoundment of Lake Alan Henry show that the stream fish assemblage upstream from the lake has changed dramatically.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings' 'CCC' rating with a Negative Outlook on the Brazos River
Authority's (TX) (Texas Competitive Electric Holdings) pollution control revenue refunding bonds series 1994A is unchanged following the remarketing of the bond.
5:00 PM Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Post response to questions from the questions received as of 5:00 PM Monday, July 27, 2015, as an addendum on the Brazos River
Authority website www.
But as drought keeps its grip on the entire state, the Brazos River
is bucking that trend, forcing regulators to scrutinize its users in ways that could have implications for many in-demand Texas waterways.
It also includes an illustrated description of possible modes of groundwater transportation to major Texas metropolitan centers, including routes for a high-pressure pipeline and use of the bed and banks of the Brazos River
through agreements with the Brazos River
The western limits of its range in the state are from Fannin County in the north to Falls County in central Texas and southeastward along the Brazos River
to Brazoria County (Schmidly 1983; Davis & Schmidly 1994).