Comprehensive Sabine Watershed Management Plan Report
Table of Contents  

Executive Summary

1.0 Introduction

2.0 Water Needs

3.0 Existing Surface Water Supplies

4.0 Existing Ground Water Supplies

5.0 Comparison of Existing Supply and Projected Demand

6.0 Additional Supply from Water Conservation

7.0 Potential Surface Water Projects

8.0 Potential Ground Water
Resources

9.0 Water and Wastewater Treatment Needs

10.0 Water Quality & Environmental Issues

11.0 Other Water Related Issues

12.0 Information Management
and Public Participation

13.0 Recommendations

Appendices

List of Figures

List of Tables

Figures

ES.1
Recommended Water Resource Development
1.1
Sabine Basin Map
1.2
Rainfall Isoclines
1.3
Average Monthly Streamflow Discharges
1.4
Oil and Gas Reserves
1.5
Lignite mining
1.6
Industrial mining

2.1

Projected "Most Likely" Population in the Sabine Basin
2.2
Sabine Basin Municipal Water Requirements by Scenario
2.3
Sabine Basin Projected 2050 Water Demand
2.4
Water Use Requirements by Decade
3.1
Existing Surface Water Reservoirs - Upper Basin
3.2 Existing Surface Water Reservoirs - Lower Basin

4.1

Aquifer Locations
4.2
Aquifer Outcrop Locations
5.1
Projected Need for New Supply - Upper Basin
5.2
Projected Difference in Supply/TWDB Needs - Lower Basin
7.1
Previously Proposed Reservoirs - Upper Basin
7.2
Previously Proposed Reservoirs - Lower Basin
7.3
Developmental Concerns
7.4
Schematic of Transmission Pipeline Route
7.5
Cost Comparison for Projected Need
10.1
SRA Water Quality Monitoring Sites
10.2
TNRCC Stream Segments and SRA Reaches and Subwatersheds
10.3
Land Use
10.4
Water Quality Issues Associated with Subwatersheds
10.5
Land Use of Subwatersheds with Physiochemical Water Quality Issues
10.6
Land Use of Subwatersheds with Biological Water Quality Issues
10.7
TNRCC Permitted Landfills
10.8
TNRCC Permitted Discharges
10.9
Potential SRA Wetland Mitigation Banking Sites
10.10
Proposed Reservoirs, Priority Areas, and Protected Areas
12.1
Current Information System Configuration
13.1
Recommended Water Resources Development