New txH2O magazine covers oil spill, golden algae and more
The Texas Water Resources Institute recently published a new issue of txH2O, which is available in print and online. The issue features Texas scientists on the effects of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, saltcedar beetles as a successful biological control, and the development of the Urban Living Laboratory. Other articles include researchers’ lake management approaches for golden algae, stakeholders on the importance of involvement in local water issues, and the Texas Forest Service’s work to protect water quality through forestry practices.
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