Ryan Bare is a Research Associate at HARC under the Hydrology and Watersheds program and is a PhD candidate in the Water Management and Hydrological Science doctoral program at Texas A&M University. He holds a M.S in Marine Resource Management from Texas A&M University at Galveston where he studied temporal and spatial trends of a water quality indicator bacterium in the Coastal Health and Estuarine Microbiology lab. He received his B.S. in Environmental Science with a concentration in Marine and Coastal Resources from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi. At HARC, he focuses on sustainable water management, natural resource and ecosystem management, and the water quality impacts of developing coastal communities. He is a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) designated by the Project Management Institute.
Normally the Houston-Galveston region receives on average 45 inches of rainfall a year. During Hurricane Harvey, some areas received over 50 inches of rain in less than a week.
Navigate the Upper Texas Gulf Coast region and explore potential wetland drilling impact areas.
HARC Researcher, Ryan Bare, to Present on Double Bayou Watershed Protection Plan
HARC Researcher, Ryan Bare, to Present on Increasing Biodiversity in Ecological Restoration
Publications, Lectures & Presentations
HARC Research Associate, Ryan Bare, attended the EPA Region 6 Stormwater Management Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico in August 2018.
The Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) and the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) released the results of the 2018 Galveston Bay Report Card, a citizen-driven, science-based grading system supported by Houston Endowment and the EPA Gulf of Mexico Program.