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New staff join TWRI team

Meet the new and returning staff joining the institute: Matt Stellbauer, Christine Fernandez and Dean Minchillo.

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Most Americans are oblivious to ‘forever chemicals’ and risks

A first-of-its-kind public awareness study by Texas Water Resources Institute scientists shows that knowledge of PFAS chemicals is low.

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New research aims to connect a continent

TWRI's Duncan Kikoyo, Ph.D., developed a framework that harmonizes the characterization of drainage units on the continent of Africa in recent research published in the journal, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth.

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Water research roundup: new research from TWRI and around Texas

Catch up on recent peer-reviewed research by TWRI scientists and water researchers around the state.

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TWRI co-hosting ARCSA Conference and climate workshop in San Antonio Sept. 26-27

Sept. 26-27 in San Antonio water professionals and practitioners are invited to attend the 2023 American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) Annual Conference and Expo, co-hosted by TWRI.

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Two new staff join TWRI water team

The Texas Water Resources Institute's water team is growing, and two new staff members recently joined the team: Adriana Williams and Amanda Tague.

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Water research roundup: new research from TWRI and around Texas

Catch up on recent peer-reviewed research by TWRI scientists and water researchers around the state.

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Riparian and stream ecosystem program workshop for Double Bayou watershed set for May 31

The Texas Water Resources Institute will host a free Texas Riparian and Stream Ecosystem Education Program May 31 in Wallisville for area residents interested in land and water stewardship in the Double Bayou Watershed.

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Riparian and stream ecosystem program workshop for San Bernard River watershed set for May 23

The free training will cover the processes and benefits of riparian areas.

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TWRI-USGS grant recipient’s research shows no-till reduces runoff and soil erosion

Texas A&M University graduate student Sayantan Samanta has produced new data showing reduced or no-tillage management practices' positive impacts on runoff and soil erosion reduction in a Texas agricultural watershed.

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TWRI researchers win JCWRE Paper of the Year Award

The Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education (JCWRE) editors recently selected the paper “Total Maximum Daily Loads and Escherichia coli Trends in Texas Freshwater Streams,” by Michael Schramm and co-authors Lucas Gregory, Ph.D., and Anna Gitter, for the JCWRE Paper of the Year Award.

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Water research roundup: new research from TWRI and around Texas

Catch up on recent peer-reviewed research by TWRI scientists and water researchers around the state.

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TWRI publishes 2022 Annual Report

The Texas Water Resources Institute has published its latest Annual Report, sharing accomplishments and project highlights from 2022.

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Water research roundup: new research from TWRI and around Texas

Catch up on recent peer-reviewed research by TWRI scientists and water researchers around the state.

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Rangeland management is key to sustaining the Ogallala Aquifer

New research from TWRI research specialist Ed Rhodes and co-authors suggests that rangeland management strategies could help slow the depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer, a key freshwater resource.

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New publications from TWRI

Read new technical reports and watershed protection plans recently published by the Texas Water Resources Institute's water team.

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Water research roundup: new research from TWRI and around Texas

Catch up on recent peer-reviewed research by TWRI scientists and water researchers around the state.

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Meet TWRI’s new staff members

The Texas Water Resources Institute team continues to expand, and new staff members have joined the TWRI communications team and water team since the fall of 2022.  

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Texas Water Resources Institute team continues to grow

The Texas Water Resources Institute team has grown a lot in the past year, and it’s still growing. TWRI’s Luna Yang transitioned from being a graduate research assistant to being a full-time research specialist earlier this year. More recently, Audrey McCrary joined the TWRI team as a program specialist.

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New faces join TWRI's growing team

The Texas Water Resources Institute is continuing to grow. Three new faces have joined the team in recent months: Alexander Neal as a program specialist, Jason Nitsch as a grant administrator and Jason Gerlich as a research specialist.

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New irrigation specialist joins TWRI

TWRI’s new irrigation specialist, Ali Ajaz, Ph.D., sees an innovation opportunity at the nexus of irrigation management and drought monitoring.

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New faces on the growing TWRI team

Summer 2020 has seen the TWRI team grow, adding Wendy Jepson, Ph.D., in leadership, Ward Ling as a watershed specialist and Lexus Castro in communications.

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