Water for Texas (Google eBook)
Jim Norwine, John R. Giardino, Sushma Krishnamurthy
Texas A&M University Press, 2005 - Business & Economics - 271 pages
More than the economy, more than changing demographics, evenmore than education, water is the key to the future of Texas. It is not much of an overstatement to claim that water is the future of Texas. In the fall of 2000, a conference on "the world's most crucial natural resource" was held at Texas A&M University. It was a gathering of people with many viewpoints and areas of expertise, all focused on what the book's editors rightly say is and will be the state's definingissue—water.
Together, the observations and recommendations brought together in this volume represent some of the best thinking about Texas' connections with water—in the past, present, and future. Ranging from broad historical overviews to technical and scientific discussions, the chapters address the questions of where we have been and where we are headed as we enter a new century of challenges to provide water for Texas.
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Administration and Modeling of the Water Rights System
Water Use Patterns and Trends The Future in Texas
Water Resources of the Panhandle and Upper Colorado Regions of Texas
Major Water Issues Facing SouthCentral Texas
Influence of Climatic Variability on Texas Reservoirs
Landscape Water Conservation through Xeriscape
Changes in Flow Regime following Dam Construction Yegua Creek SouthCentral Texas
Using a Geographic Information System to Identify Impacts from 4200 Closed Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
NonpointSource Pollution from Silviculture in Texas
LongTerm Trends in the Water Quality of Barton Springs Austin Texas
Educating the Public about Water Resources Research at Texas Universities
The Present and Future Status of Water in the Coastal Bend Area
Houston Water Issues
Status and Trends of NorthCentral Texas Water Resources The Integrity of the Trinity River
Climate and Water Quantity
Will We Have Enough Water? An Overview
Water and Climate Change in the Twentyfirst Century
Climate and Water Precipitation Evapotranspiration and Hydroclimatological Aspects
The El NinoSouthern Oscillation and Impacts on Climate Anomalies in Texas
Reuse as a Viable Option in Water Resource Development A Discussion of the Legal Framework Governing Reuse Projects
International Issues in the Rio Grande Valley
Water Resources of Far West Texas El PasoCiudad Juarez
Geographical Hydrology of the El PasoCiudad Juarez Border Region
Instream Salinity Modeling of MidRio Grande and Wichita Basins
Water in the Lower Rio Grande Border Region A Binational Perspective
Water for Texas
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