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Pre-impoundment Environmental Study of Ray Roberts Lake

Description: "This report presents the results of the pre-impoundment investigations" of Ray Roberts Lake. The purpose of the study is "to improve understanding of the impact of [U.S. Army Corps of Engineers] water resource projects, to provide the basis for evaluating the projects' effects on fish and wildlife resources, and to provide the opportunity for better planning and development of water resource projects and natural resource management" in the Lake Ray Roberts area, located in Denton County, Texas (p. 3).
Date: December 1987
Creator: University of North Texas. Institute of Applied Sciences.
Partner: UNT Institute of Applied Sciences

Remote Sensing and GIS for Nonpoint Source Pollution Analysis in the City of Dallas' Western Watersheds

Description: This report describes the findings of a study conducted on the watersheds of "Lake Lewisville, Lake Ray Roberts, Lake Grapevine and the Elm Fork of the Trinity River between Lake Lewisville and Frazier Dam," which are all part of the upper Trinity drainage basin (p. 31). The study examines the potential benefit of "remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) for watershed management" in and around Dallas, Texas (p. i).
Date: August 1988
Creator: University of North Texas. Department of Biological Sciences.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences

Remote Sensing and GIS for Nonpoint Source Pollution Analysis in the City of Dallas' Eastern Watersheds

Description: This report describes the findings of a study conducted on the Eastern Watersheds of Lake Lavon, Lake Ray Hubbard, Lake Tawakoni, Lake Palestine and Lake Fork, which are located within the Blackland Prairie, Post Oak Savannah and Pineywoods provinces. These watersheds are among nine that provide drinking water to Dallas, Texas. The study examines the potential benefit of "remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) for watershed management" in these five watersheds (p. iii).
Date: June 1989
Creator: University of North Texas. Department of Biological Sciences.
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences