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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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Water unites us: Permanent Forum of Binational Waters established

With almost 2,000 miles of shared borders between the U.S. and Mexico, a passionate group has created a virtual space for binational collaboration that prioritizes solutions, activities and resources to solve transboundary water issues.

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TWRI program spotlight: Our groundwater projects

For the month of March, we are spotlighting our groundwater programs, which include the Texas Well Owner Network, the Ogallala Aquifer Program, the Ogallala Water Coordinated Agricultural Project and the Transboundary Water Portal.

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Meet a scientist: Zhuping Sheng

Dr. Zhuping Sheng strives to see technology and engineering give good, workable answers to water users' questions.

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Texas Water Journal publishes new article in Volume 10

The Texas Water Journal published an article in the Volume 10, Number 1, 2019 issue titled “Transboundary Water Sharing: Risk Perceptions Held by Texas Border Decision Makers” by Lindsay Sansom.

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Researchers study shared groundwater resources between U.S., Mexico

Underneath the border of the United States and Mexico lie transboundary aquifers. Little is known about most of these aquifers or how the two countries can mutually manage these waters.

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Sanchez talks transboundary issues in May's Texas+Water podcast

In May’s issue of Texas+Water, Dr. Rosario Sanchez, TWRI senior research scientist, was interviewed by Editor-in-Chief Dr. Todd Votteler.

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#ICYMI: TWRI's Sanchez interviewed by Yale University's Climate Connections

Dr. Rosario Sanchez of the Texas Water Resources Institute was recently interviewed by Yale University’s Climate Connections about the possibility that groundwater could become a source of conflict between U.S. and Mexico.

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Research article identifies transboundary hydrogeological units shared between Texas, Mexico

Transboundary aquifers between Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas, Mexico, and Texas, USA: Identification and categorization,” published in the Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, identifies and classifies the transboundary hydrogeological units shared between Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas, Mexico, and Texas, and assesses their potential transboundary linkages.

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Sanchez to attend international transboundary conference

Dr. Rosario Sanchez, senior research scientist for the Texas Water Resources Institute, will be a facilitator at one of three sessions at an international transboundary conference in May.

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