Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program has a wealth of information from studies dating back to its beginning in 1994. This Publications Library houses those studies, reports, publications, management plans and other documents to download.
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Environmental Indicators Report (April 2010) Download
CBBEP Management Plan
| Coastal Bend Bays Plan / Comprehensive Conservation and|
Management Plan (CCMP)
This primary planning document is a four-year, community-based,
consensus-building effort that identifies problems facing the bay system,
and to develop a long-term comprehensive conservation and management plan.
Click here to find out how the Bays Plan complements and coordinates
existing resource management programs and plans ( 87 page .pdf file).
|CCMP Implementation Review – This document highlights the successes and challenges experienced by the Program staff and Management Conference for fiscal years 1999, 2000, & 2001. Click here to find out more(122 page .pdf file).|
|Case Study of EPA Fund Leveraging in the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program – Find out how the CBBEP leveraged $1.13 million of funding from the US EPA to obtain nearly $9 million in additional funds. Click here for all the details(46 page .pdf file).|
|The Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program Economic Profile characterizes the regional economy for the Texas Coastal Bend. This informative document includes data on the output and employment of businesses, and the employment and incomes of workers in the Coastal Bend. |
Click here to review this important information.
|Bay Summit Notebook – Hard Copy Available – E-mail email@example.com|
Colonial Waterbird Management Plan
|These reports of the Colonial Waterbird and Rookery Island Management Plans include field observations and management recommendations based on historical surveys. The plans encompass rookery islands along the central and lower Texas coast. The purpose is to characterize coastal rookeries, identify habitats and impacts, and to summarize historical population trends. Site-specific recommendations provide resource managers with strategies to improve waterbird breeding success. Colonial Waterbird and Rookery Island Management Plan- April 2005Colonial Waterbird and Rookery Island Management Plan- July 2003|
|Naturescaping and Xeriscaping in the Texas Coastal Bend|
|Species Richness, Relative Abundance and Habitat Associations of Nocturnal Birds along the Rio Grande in Southern Texas – 7 pages|
|State of the Bay – A Report for the Future Part 1 | Part 2|
|Prehistoric and Early Historic People and Environment in the Corpus Christi Bay Area – 12 pages|
|Texas Shores: “Recognizing Corpus Christi Bay” – 18 pages||Spring 1994||
|Seagrass! A Cornerstone of Bay Productivity – 4 pages||January 1998||
|GIS Database of Hypoxia (Low Oxygen), Conditions in Corpus Christi Bay, Volume 1 Technical Report – 61 pages||March 2002||Volume 1|
|NEAC Rincon Bayou Monitoring Plan – 28 pages||July 2002|
|Monitoring Hypoxia Conditions in Corpus Christi Bay – 2003 – 152 pages||2003|
| What are the Issues? – 5 pages|
|What is An Estuary? – 5 pages|
|Habitat and Living Resource – 3 pages|
|Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries: The Changing Face of a Landscape||Sept. 1996|