Trans-Texas Water Program: southeast area: draft screening report: environmental analysis of potential transfer routes
Freese and Nichols, Inc.
Texas Water Development Board
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This report determines the preferred alternative alignment for transfer of water between the Sabine, Neches, San Jacinto, Trinity, and Brazos rivers through analysis of environmental issues along each potential transfer segment. Each segment's existing environment is described in terms of segment length, compatible land use, threatened and endangered species, stream and river crossings, wetlands, water quality, soils, geology, public lands and traffic. Sensitive natural communities, vegetational areas, fisheries, and cultural resources in the vicinity of the segments are also discussed.
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