Seymour Aquifer in Haskell, Knox, and Baylor CountiesGroundwater Availability Model (GAM)This map shows the extent and location of the Seymour Aquifer in Haskell, Knox, and Baylor Counties Groundwater Availability Model.

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) contracted with INTERA, Inc. (who was teamed with Water Prospecting and Resource Consulting LLC, Parsons Engineering Science Inc., Enprotec Inc., and several individual experts) to develop a conceptual model of the Seymour Aquifer in Haskell, Knox, and Baylor Counties in Texas. The conceptual model was completed in 2012.

The Texas Water Development Board has developed a refined groundwater availability model for the Seymour Aquifer in Knox, Haskell, and Baylor counties based largely on the conceptual model developed by INTERA, Inc. The project was completed in early 2014.

Model Files

Please contact David Thorkildsen (512-936-0871) for a copy of the model files.

Model Grid

Model grid cells are geographically assigned to counties, groundwater conservation districts, river basins, groundwater management areas, and regional water planning areas within the model study area using a centroid based approach. The model grid is available in ESRI® shapefile format and comma-delimited text file.

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Aquifer Data

Aquifer data is only available as a package for the entire model area and requires GIS software for processing. Due to the size of raw/source data files for this model, this information has not been posted on the web. To request the raw/source data, contact David Thorkildsen (512-936-0871).

Stakeholder Advisory Forums (SAF)

Send us an email if you would like to receive SAF notifications.

ID Date Location
SAF 2 4/27/2009 Munday, Texas - The Parry Patton Community Center (131 West Cisco Street)
SAF 1 10/23/2008 Munday, Texas - The Parry Patton Community Center (131 West Cisco Street)
SAF 3 1/29/2014 Munday, Texas - The Parry Patton Community Center (131 West Cisco Street)

Other Resources

Please see the Seymour Aquifer page and the Seymour and Blaine aquifers Groundwater Availability Model page for other reports and publications.

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