Here are some links to other sites
providing information on the Edwards Aquifer:
Guardians In Urban Areas (AGUA)
AGUA is San Antonio's most effective environmental
action organization. They use use law, science, and the support of volunteers and
online activists to protect the Edwards Aquifer.
Homepage of the agency charged with managing, conserving, preserving, and
protecting the Aquifer, increasing recharge, and preventing waste.
Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center
Homepage of the agency established in 1979 to provide a public service in
the study, understanding, and use of the Edwards Aquifer. Online
databases, descriptions of current research.
Aquifer info in the Geology Dept.
library at UT Austin
Index to guidebooks, maps, research reports on the
A Window Into the Edwards Aquifer
A really cool look at Edwards Aquifer caves by the Environmental Science
Institute at the University of Texas.
Water System Aquifer Stats
A good place to retrieve historical springflow and San Antonio pumpage
Aquifers of Texas - and other maps by the Texas Water Development Board
Adobe Acrobat files on all the major and minor aquifers of Texas.
Aquifer info from the Bureau of
Economic Geology at UT Austin
Results of studies performed by the Bureau for the
Edwards Aquifer Authority. Recently completed
quantitative and interpretive assessment of the
three-dimensional distribution of porosity and
Guadalupe-Blanco River Trust
A nonprofit land trust organization that was developed to conserve land in the Guadalupe River Watershed for its natural, recreational, scenic, historic and productive value.
Water Resources Institute TEXAS WATER NET
Features a Water Experts Directory, abstracts of TWRI
technical reports, online newsletters, and a list of
upcoming meetings and conferences.
S. Geological Survey Edwards Aquifer Online Resources
Online databases and reference material, descriptions of
Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
Homepage of the agency charged with protecting Texas'
environment in the areas of Air, Water, and Waste.
Edwards Aquifer Protection Page
TCEQ'S page dealing specifically with protection of the
Edwards Aquifer Map Viewer
Online interactive map to determine what zone you are in.
The Headwaters Coalition
A non-profit, sponsored ministry dedicated to spreading an ecological ethic and protecting one of the last undeveloped forests in San Antonio, 53 acres adjoining Olmos Creek, including the Blue Hole.
United States Geological Survey Homepage
The USGS is the nation's largest earth-science research
and information agency.
Water Resources Information
Publications, data, maps, and applications software related to water resources. Retrieve historical streamflow data and see realtime streamflow
A new USGS site that presents a collection of information and links about ‘all things karst’ in the U.S. Includes research publications, data, and key contacts for major karst areas in the U.S.