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Water quality monitoring during an eclipse

Get a behind-the-scenes look at TWRI's water team conducting regular water quality monitoring in Deer Creek and Pond Creek during the total solar eclipse on April 8.

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Several private water well screenings, trainings set for mid-June

Private well owners can get their water tested and learn about well maintenance at a series of "Well Informed" and "Well Educated" events from the Texas Well Owner Network taking place in mid-June

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Texas water quality and septic systems

Over 2.2 million Texas homes and businesses depend on septic systems, but these can cause human health and water quality problems if they aren’t working right. Read more to learn ways to find potential funding aid for repairing or replacing failing systems.

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txH2O highlight: How does water quality monitoring work?

Water security in Texas depends on water quality monitoring. At Texas Water Resources Institute, watershed restoration projects require consistent water quality monitoring once every two weeks for two years. In the water security issue of txH2O, the article How does water quality monitoring work? gives a behind-the-scenes look.

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ICYMI: How does water quality monitoring work?

August is Water Quality Month, and we are sharing information from the Water Security issue of txH2O, How does water quality monitoring work?, an explainer on the process of watershed restoration.

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Photo essay: Navasota River water quality monitoring

Water quality monitoring on the Navasota River.

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