CO2 Sequestration
Coastal Studies
Energy and Environment
Geologic Mapping
Groundwater Contaminants
Groundwater Resources
Near-Surface Geophysics
Remote Sensing:
Lidar and Imagery
Vadose Zone
Research Programs
Industrial Associates
Fossil Energy
Worldwide Research
The Bureau has a vast array of capabilities for the study of groundwater contaminants. These include basic services, such as environmental drilling, monitoring well installation, soil-probe hydrocarbon vapor surveys, characterization of environmental and geologic media, and field and remote data monitoring. Scientists apply their research skills in hydrogeology and environmental geophysics to groundwater salinization, crude-oil and natural gas plumes, cross-formational leakage along well bores, and drilling fluid disposal site characteristics.
Current Studies
TCEQ Reports on Public Water Systems
Contaminants in Centralized and Commercial Drilling-Fluid Disposal Sites [Description]
Support of the State Energy Conservation Office in Environmental Oversight of the U.S. Department of Energy Pantex Plant [Description]
Completed Studies
Kelly Air Force Base [Description]