Surface Water-Groundwater Interactions in the Upper Brazos River Basin of Texas and Quantitative Relationship to Smalleye and Sharpnose Shiner Reproductive Success: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 116 p.

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2019

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This study:

  1. Calculates flow metrics to understand how the flow regime has been altered by reservoir construction, groundwater development, or climate variability (such as droughts).
  2. Evaluates groundwater-surface water interactions and long-term groundwater inflows to streams.
  3. Uses mixed-effects regression models and Poisson regression to assess the relative importance of surface water utilization, groundwater development, and environmental factors in affecting streamflow regimes.

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