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The Fall 2016 issue of txH2O examines why Texas has extreme floods and droughts, profiles Rice University researcher Dr. Philip Bedient, explains the Central Texas phenomenon of Flash Flood Alley and more.

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Flash Flood Alley, one of the continent's most flood-prone regions runs through the Texas Hill Country, where the weather and landscape have historically and tragically worked together to produce rapid flood events. Read more in the latest txH2O.

FlashFloodALley

Is Texas' urban corridor water-resilient? Scientists from TWRI and the University of Texas at Austin are researching how projected changes in population, climate and land use will impact the region's water supplies.

WaterResiliency

Get a behind-the-scenes look at TWRI's water team conducting water quality monitoring on the Navasota River in this Conservation Matters photo essay.

Water Quality Monitoring

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Conservation Matters

Conservation Matters covers the latest research and education news about land, water and wildlife in Texas and beyond state lines.

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txH2O magazine features current water resources research, outreach programs, and issues in Texas.

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The Texas Water Journal is an online, peer-reviewed journal devoted to water resources management and policy issues.

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