TWRI has awarded 2021 Mills Scholarships to five graduate students conducting water-related research at Texas A&M University. Winners include John Brien, Charles Schaub, Jacqueline (Jackie) Rambo, Ennis A. Rios and Anna Marie Van de Graft.Read More
Texas' winter wildfire season is driven by winds on dry grass. La Niña worsens the dry fire situation and invites “high impact fire weather events” that make wildfire conditions worse.
Land use changes and climate change are making the flood mitigation equation worse. Experts say protecting cities will require adding up multiscale solutions.Read More
Nathan Glavy is a San Antonio native, a two-time graduate of Texas A&M University and an Extension program specialist at Texas Water Resources Institute, TWRI.Read More
The Texas Water Journal has published the first article in Volume 12 titled, Best Management Practices for Firefighting in the Karstic Edwards Aquifer of South-Central Texas, by Geary M. Schindel and Rudolph A. Rosen.Read More
Since the next Ogallala Aquifer Summit is right around the corner, this month’s txH2O highlight is on the article Ogallala Aquifer Summit from the Ogallala Aquifer-themed issue of txH2O.Read More
A recent report by the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, Texas Water Resources Institute and Texas Land Trust Council shows state-funded conservation easements in Texas provide numerous financial and ecological benefits.Read More