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2006 Conference: What's on Tap for South Central Texas?
Presentation materials

Texas Living Waters Project hosted a conference entitled “What’s on Tap for South Central Texas?” in 2006.  The conference was a great success with over 200 participants. Conferees heard an introduction to water issues and expert views of the impacts of decisions pending in South Central Texas. The speakers addressed potential impacts on water resources, natural ecosystems, wildlife and on agriculture of available options.

Welcome and Overview

Char Miller, Trinity University
Audio

Ken Kramer, Director, Lone Star Chapter, Sierra Club
Audio

 

Panel Discussion: What’s Ahead for the Edwards Aquifer?

Moderator
Tyson Broad, Sierra Club Lone Star Chapter

Edwards Aquifer Policy Issues
Robert Potts, Edwards Aquifer Authority

Reaching the Goals: Maintaining Spring Flows/Protecting Species
Todd Votteler, Guadalupe Blanco River Authority
Presentation

Brush Management and Aquifer Yields – Brad Wilcox, Texas A&M University
Presentation

 

Panel Discussion: Will the Colorado River Flow to San Antonio?

Moderator
Jennifer Walker, Lone Star Chapter,Sierra Club

What is the LCRA/SAWS Water Project?
Paul Thornhill, Lower Colorado River Authority
Presentation

LCRA/SAWS – The Studies and the Science Review Panel
Dr. Warren Pulich, Jr., Texas State University
Presentation

An Environmental Perspective on the LCRA/SAWS Project
Myron Hess, National Wildlife Federation
Presentation

 

Desalination with a Grain of Salt

Dr. Gary Wolff, The Pacific Institute
Presentation

 

Panel Discussion: Issues Affecting Water for South Central Texas

Moderator
Laura Marbury, Environmental Defense

Is the Carrizo Aquifer an Option?
Robert Mace, Texas Water Development Board
Presentation

Aquifer Storage and Recovery
Janelle Okorie, San Antonio Water System
Presentation

Drought Management
Tyson Broad, Lone Star Chapter, Sierra Club
Presentation

Whooping Crane Study Status
Doug Slack, Texas A&M University
Presentation

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