The Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer is an abundant and highly regulated groundwater resource in Texas.
There are millions of acre-feet of estimated recoverable storage in the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer in GMA 12 according to the Texas Water Development Board.STATE OF TEXAS ESTIMATED RECOVERABLE STORAGE
The Carrizo-Wilcox—along with the Simsboro—is identified as a long-term resource in the Region G, Region K and Region L regional water plans.2012 TEXAS STATE WATER PLAN
“South of the Trinity River and north of the Colorado River, the Wilcox Group is divided into three distinct formations: the Hooper, Simsboro, and Calvert Bluff. Of the three, the Simsboro typically contains the most massive water-bearing sands.”TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD FACT SHEET