Restricted Research - Award List, Note/Discussion Page

Fiscal Year: 2013

370  Texas State University  (19848)

Principal Investigator: Mr Andrew Sansom

Total Amount of Contract, Award, or Gift (Annual before 2011): $ 327,727

Exceeds $250,000 (Is it flagged?): Yes

Start and End Dates: 10/12/12 <> 8/31/15

Restricted Research: YES

Academic Discipline: Office of the Assoc VP for Res

Department, Center, School, or Institute: Meadows Ctr for Water & the Environment

Title of Contract, Award, or Gift: UPPER SAN MARCOS RIVER WATERSHED PROTECTION PLAN (WPP)

Name of Granting or Contracting Agency/Entity: TX Comm on Environmental Quality TX Comm on Environmental Quality
CFDA Link: EPA
66.460

Program Title: none
CFDA Linked: Nonpoint Source Implementation Grants

Note:

Texas State University – San Marcos (TXSTATE) will engage the upper San Marcos River watershed community in developing an informed stakeholder network that leads the watershed protection plan development process. This project aims to attain water quality standards, achieve clean, clear, and flowing conditions, and develop planning strategies for future growth through implementation of the completed plan. This program is also measured through successful implementation of scope of work and measured delivery of project objectives. Successful completion of the following main objectives will occur on time with high quality in accordance with the scope of work: 1) Project administration meets requirements; (2) Partnerships built through the stakeholder committee processes and community engagement; (3) Watershed characterization (data inventory) meets minimum criteria; (4) Watershed characterization (data collection and analysis) meets necessary criteria; (5) Watershed characterization (identification of pollution and loading) meets necessary criteria; (6) Estimation of pollutant reductions is documented and meets necessary criteria; (7) Description of management measures is documented and meets necessary criteria; (8) Estimation of technical and financial needs is documented and meets necessary criteria; (9) Information and education component is developed and meets necessary criteria (10) Schedule for implementation is developed; (11) Description of milestones is documented; (12) Load reduction criteria are established; (13) Monitoring to evaluate effectiveness of the program is developed; and (14) WPP is completed. A major component that will lead to success is the ability to utilize available information developed through the San Marcos Observing System. Success will hinge on the ability to efficiently incorporate these data into approved QAPP documents within year one.

Discussion: No discussion notes

 

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