Texas Water Journal publishes first article in 2022 issue

The Texas Water Journal has published the first article of 2022 in Volume 13, titled Optimizing Water Supply through Reservoir Conversion and Storage of Return Flow - A Case Study at Joe Pool Lake, by Srividya Sekar, Amin Daghighi, Victoria CP Chen, Glenn Clingenpeel, Yu Zhang, Jay M Rosenberger and Azam Boskabadi.

This article describes a preliminary study exploring the possibility of using flood storage in Joe Pool Lake to improve water supply reliability and achieve better cost-efficiency in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

According to the abstract, increasing population and rising water demand have elevated the vulnerability of these communities to water shortages. To learn more, read the full article.

The journal — an online, peer-reviewed journal published by the nonprofit the Texas Water Journal and the Texas Water Resources Institute — publishes papers as they are completed. It is devoted to the timely consideration of Texas water resources management, research and policy issues from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates science, engineering, law, planning and other disciplines. It also provides updates on key state legislation and policy changes by Texas administrative agencies.

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