September

Big groundwater issues to be addressed in online conference, coffee breaks

The Permanent Forum of Binational Waters is hosting the U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Groundwater Conference titled Innovation and Creativity: Strategies for Unprecedented Challenges. The interactive online event will be Oct. 14-15, 2020 via Zoom. 

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How to understand a hurricane forecast

Measuring hurricane risks — and understanding what those risks mean for the public — is complicated. Here’s a place to start.

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New faces on the growing TWRI team

Summer 2020 has seen the TWRI team grow, adding Wendy Jepson, Ph.D., in leadership, Ward Ling as a watershed specialist and Lexus Castro in communications.

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Meet a scientist: Saurav Kumar

Between his family’s natural love of science and computing and his need for speed, Saurav Kumar, Ph.D. always knew he would get into science and coding. But he didn’t know he would apply those skills to water systems.

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Texas Water Journal publishes new article on Texas dams

The Texas Water Journal has published a new article in the Volume 11 issue titled “Dams Are Coming Down, but Not Always by Choice: The Geography of Texas Dams, Dam Failures, and Dam Removals” by Erin D. Dascher and Kimberly Meitzen.

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txH2O highlight: Disappearing habitat

In the summer 2015 issue of txH2O, the article Disappearing habitat explains how water and land management changes in Texas impacted the rice production industry and waterfowl habitat.

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