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"You look at Galveston Bay and you compare it to any other large estuary around the country and we are doing pretty well," said HARC President Lisa Gonzalez.
While there have been slow but steady improvements in water quality, Galveston Bay continues to face monumental threats from pollution, habitat loss and climate change, according to a new report.
HARC researchers discuss changes to impervious coverage, loss of natural areas, and flooding. "You need to keep water in some of these systems and out of the bayou in the first place.” HARC’s Bill Bass