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Robert L. Gulley

Program Director

Friends Of Lake Mcqueeney Inc

Direct Phone: (210) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.edu

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Friends Of Lake Mcqueeney Inc

P.O. Box 781

Mc Queeney, Texas,78123

United States

Company Description

The Friends of Lake McQueeney (FOLM) was born in response to a crisis. The crisis was an infestation of a non-native weed called HYDRILLA. Property owners, businesses, and concerned friends joined together in the mid 1990's to attack an enemy that was literall... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Texas State University


Senior Trial Attorney

U.S. Justice Department


Vice President and Director Environmental Law

Coastal Fuels Marketing Inc


Senior Trial Attorney In the Wildlife and Marine Resources Section

Department of Justice


Student

Texas A&M University


Program Manager

Edwards Aquifer Authority


Student

Texas A&M University - Kingsville


Affiliations

Texas Water Development Board

Member Weir Labatt and Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program Overseer


Education

Ph.D.

University of Minnesota


Web References(73 Total References)


Friends of Lake McQueeney and EARIP

lakemcqueeney.org [cached]

Much of our success can be attributed to our outstanding Program Director, Dr. Robert Gulley.
12/28/11 News Release Contact: Dr. Robert Gulley, Program Manager Ofc.Phone: 210-222-0711 or 210-632-4083(C) Email: rlgulley@ag.tamu.edu October 13, 2011 "Good faith efforts over the past four years and thousands of hours of work by a diverse group of stakeholders have led to a good solution for a decades-long water battle," said Dr. Robert Gulley, EARIP program manager. That position was filled by Dr. Robert Gulley, and environmental law attorney and administrator with extensive experience in his field and water issues. He has been an excellent source of guidance for this process.


Water Law Experts - Water Report Editors David C. Moon and David Light: Water Law and Water Quality expert on water rights, water quality and water solution news and information, water law experts, water right experts, water quality experts, water enginee

www.thewaterreport.com [cached]

Robert Gulley is a Co-Principal of Water Dispute Resolution, LLC (www.waterdisputeresolution.com).
He was the Program Manager for the Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program. Dr. Gulley has twenty-five year's experience as an environmental attorney. Prior to becoming the Program Manager, he was a Senior Trial Attorney in the Wildlife and Marine Resources Section of the Department of Justice, handling primarily matters related to the Endangered Species Act. Dr. Gulley has a B.A. and J.D. from the University of Texas and a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He taught in medical schools and worked as a scientist at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. He is an author on over thirty-five scientific papers.


Index of Articles and Water Rights Briefs: water law, water quality and water solutions, water law experts, western water law, conjunctive rights, groundwater, TMDL, tribal water law

www.thewaterreport.com [cached]

Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan: Resolution to Over 50 years of Water Dispute by Todd H. Votteler, Ph.D. and Robert L. Gulley, Ph.D., Water Dispute Resolution, LLC (Texas)
Resolving ESA-Water Conflicts: The Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program by Robert L. Gulley, Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program (San Antonio, TX) and Todd H. Votteler, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (Sequin, TX)


www.cle.com

Robert L. Gulley, PhD, Director, Division of Economic Growth and Endangered Species Management
Robert L. Gulley, PhD, Director, Division of Economic Growth and Endangered Species Management Robert L. Gulley is the Director of the Economic Growth and Endangered Species Management Division of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Previously, he was the Executive Director of the Habitat Conservation Program at the Edwards Aquifer Authority and the Program Manager for the Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program. Dr. Gulley has over 25 years` experience as an environmental attorney. He is the author of "Heads above Water: The Real Story of the Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program" that was published Texas A&M Press in January 2014 and teaches a course in groundwater resources at Texas State University.


smmercury.com

"I think it's fair to say that there are concerns about that," said Robert Gulley, former program director for the recovery plan.
"But I think it's also fair to say that is a measure that was designed to make sure that we had protection in the repeat of a drought of record. We're not in that drought of record yet." Gulley and Pence noted that other water conservation measures in the plan have saved 8,500 acre-feet so far, and that they are well on the way to meeting the plan's goal of saving 150,000 acre-feet over the next 15 years. "The one thing we don't control is the weather," Gulley said, "so we're starting out in the worst of times and I think it's fair to say that despite that, we're doing reasonably well."


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