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Status and Trends of Inland Wetland and Aquatic Habitats of the Brownsville-Harlingen Area

Summary

The University of Texas’ Bureau of Economic Geology (BEG) proposes to determine spatial and temporal changes in inland marshes, mangroves, tidal flats, forested and riparian wetlands, and water bodies in a portion of the Brownsville-Harlingen area. This project is in the fifth phase of an ongoing strategy to study the status and trends of wetland and aquatic habitats along the Texas coast. The BEG has completed status and trends work for the entire barrier island system, the inland environments in the Corpus Christi-Coastal Bend and Beaumont-Port Arthur areas, and has begun work for the Matagorda Bay area under Grant Cycle 13.

Basics

Lower Coast

N/A

University of Texas

$118,608

Classification

CMP 309

Coastal Hazards

N/A



Funding Sources

Source 1

Completed

11-026

Coastal Management Program (CMP)

Primary

Federal

$118,608

15

2012


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Contacts

University of Texas - Bureau Economic Geology
Tom Tremblay
10100 Burnet Rd., Bldg 130
Austin, Texas 78758-4445
512.475.9537

General Land Office
1.800.998.4456
512.475.0773