The Texas Water Resources Institute recently published the fall 2023 issue of txH2O magazine, focused on new challenges facing Texas water supplies. In this issue, learn about the research teams dismantling forever chemicals, helping cities adapt with green infrastructure, managing reservoirs strategically and more:
- Research News: Texas scientists work to uncover water solutions the state needs
- TWRI News: Catch up on TWRI’s water research and outreach impacts
- Could Forever Chemicals not be Forever?: Scientists and agencies work to dismantle forever chemicals
- Not as it Was: As stormwater and flood threats change, Texas cities use green infrastructure to adapt
- Easier Said Than Done: In Texas, forecast-informed reservoir operations are both challenging and promising
- First Ever Borderlands Aquifer Map: TWRI’s Rosario Sanchez reflects on leading the development of the first complete U.S.-Mexico borderlands aquifer map and why it matters
- On the Cutting-edge of Climate-smart Farming: Texas A&M AgriLife’s Nithya Rajan leads innovative research aimed at reducing emissions and sustaining agricultural industries
- Aquatic Alert: Scientists look to small fish that help indicate major water issues
- Understanding Matagorda Bay: Water researchers explain how four watersheds impact a basin
- Q&A: Meet the Next Generation of Water Professionals: txH2O sat down with graduate students across the state to discuss research, goals and advice for students studying water
txH2O magazine features stories on current water resources research and outreach programs in Texas and priority water issues facing the state.
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