Cover image for Texas Water Journal, Volume 14, Number 1: Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend National Park, Texas. (©2022 Rob Doyle, Pluto911 Photography)
The Texas Water Journal has published a new article in volume 14, titled Low Flow Trends in Texas Stream Segments Serving Unique Hydrologic Functions, by Kartik Venkataraman, Narayanan Kannan, and Victoria Chraibi.
In recognition of the unique hydrologic functions they serve, certain stream segments in Texas have been designated as ecologically significant. In this study, the authors evaluated low flow trends in seven hydrologically unique stream segments spanning three climatic divisions in Texas from 1970 to 2019.
To learn more, read the full article.
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