New txH2O issue examines research ensuring water supplies
The Texas Water Resources Institute has published its Fall 2012 issue of txH2O. This issue of the magazine spotlights water quantity projects in various stages of the research process: research and development, testing and evaluation, and technology transfer. Read about a Texas A&M University research team that is examining soil moisture in the vadose zone, a stakeholder group that reached a consensus resolution to balance protection of endangered species and water use in the Edwards Aquifer region, and the Water Conservation and Technology Center director sharing his vision for the center created to address water supply issues in the state.
Other stories report on desalination technology, a conservation partnership on the Trinity River, and successful projects in the Texas Panhandle, Rolling Plains and East Texas. Read the issue for more information, and subscribe to receive future issues.