CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS FOR AQUACULTURE EFFLUENT
Texas A&M University-Kingsville researchers of the South Texas Environmental Institute (STEI) are working with the Loma Alta Aquaculture Facility on the El Sauz Ranch near San Perlita, Texas to refine natural methods for treatment of aquaculture effluents including the creation Field scale wetlands of over 90 acres have been constructed by the owners three phases based on aquaculture pond expansion milestones more..
SHORELINE STABILIZATION IN KELBERG COUNTY
Faculty and students of the Environmental Engineering Department at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and the South Texas Environmental Institute (STEI) have designed and constructed a natural approach to help mitigate coastal erosion through the use of native materials to preserve the shoreline at Loyola Beach in Kleberg County, Texas more..
DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE ROADSIDE LANDSCAPE
Faculty and staff at the South Texas Environmental Institute(STEI) at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and researchers at theTexas Transportation Institute in College Station, Texas are collaborating to extensively research and develop a methodology for the design of sustainable roadside landscapes for the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)more...