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Dan Daugherty, research biologist at TPWD's Heart of the Hills Fisheries Science Center, shares some observations regarding their ongoing research efforts and initial findings.
In 2012, the TCEQ funded TPWD to develop and demonstrate a coastwide seagrass monitoring project in Texas estuaries.
Available at: https:// tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/wild/research/highlights/taxa/ publications/Burlakova_Karatayev_2012_UnionidDiversity.pdf.
Cullen Hanks and others at TPWD are taking the iNaturalist software a step further through the Texas Nature Tracker Projects.
The range totals 436 kW, and will be distributed across the state at various TPWD state parks, fish hatcheries and other sites.
As Todd Engeling, TPWD's chief of inland hatcheries, said after the corrugated plastic material was replaced with reinforced concrete pipe, "We came out of this deal with a drainage system that is much more rigid and robust than what we originally had, and that's a good thing."
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) sponsors Project WILD in Texas.
Spotted seatrout occurred ubiquitously along the Texas shoreline during the duration of TPWD sampling.
In Texas, two sources of data for scallop abundance and distribution are available for evaluation: a variety of published and unpublished literature and reports (1894-2006) and quantitative, coastwide fisheries independent monitoring data collected by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) for 1982-2005.
Wildlife biologist Bob Carroll from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) knew it would be an uphill battle in trying to convince the majority of hunters and landowners on all the benefits of antler-restriction rules during a three-year experimental study for six counties in the Post Oak Savannah region of Texas.
In the early 1970s, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (then called the Soil Conservation Service) teamed up with a private landowner to construct an earthen berm around the source of Diamond Y Spring to divert potential pollution from nearby oil and gas production.
In September of 2005, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), along with myriad conservation partners, completed its first comprehensive strategy for the recovery of nongame species and their associated habitats.
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