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This Week in Texas Water

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Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts monitors what is happening in Texas water. Here is a summary for the week.

Why Water Is Not the New Oil, Trib Talk

Where Are the Hurricanes? U.S. Goes 9 Years Without a Category 3 Storm, NBC News

Water Scarcity a Bigger Emergency Than Anyone Thought, Water Online

2014 to Be Hottest Year Ever Measured, Scientific American

Animal Feedlots and Oil Operations Leave An Impact You Can See From Space, Huffington Post

First Municipal Fracking Ban Takes Effect in Texas, KXAN

Energy Pipeline: Dry Fracking Could Be a Water-Saving Game Changer, Greeley Tribune

Lower Speed Limits Coming in Drilling Areas, Texas Tribune

Water Worries: Advocates Concerned State Measures Fail to Protect Water From Drilling, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Drought Status Continues to Improve Across Southwest, Southwest Farm Press

New Mexico Irrigators Ask to Intervene in Texas-NM Water Suit, Albuquerque Journal

The Q&A: Walt Sears, Texas Tribune

The ‘Texas Miracle’ Is Fueling Huge Economic Growth – And the Climate Change That May End It, PRI

Opportunity Arises to Help Water Conservation Effort, Baylor Lariat

Feds May Revise New Food Safety Rules for Irrigation Water, The Monitor

Texas Businesses Starting to Realize Water Is Valuable Resource, Dallas Observer

Still No Drought Busting El Niño, KXAN

Weak El Niño Could Mean Wet, Early Spring In Texas, Austin American-Statesman

If El Niño Ever Arrives, It Likely Won’t Bring Much Rain, State Impact

Hard Wisdom for Scarce Water, Eco-Business

Report: New EPA Plan Would Cut Water Usage, Hill Country News

Laughman: Texas Must Update Ailing Water Infrastructure, Houston Chronicle

No El Niño Yet, But More Rain Coming to Texas, Dallas Morning News

Pricing Water Is Key to Mitigating Business Risk, Environmental Leader

Wetter Year Makes for Bountiful Texas Pecan Crop, Houston Chronicle

Beef Prices Soar Upward, Brownsville Herald

Christmas Trees to Cost a Little More This Year, Tyler Morning Telegraph

Zebrafish: The Next Great Water Testing Instrument? Water Online

Why a New Start-Up Is Paying Customers to Save Water, Nation Swell

How Do You Put a Price on Water? Try Algorithms, Guardian

New Prairie Populism Takes Root in Texas, San Antonio Express-News

Virtual Water: An Emerging Science, Santa Fe New Mexican

Leaders: Alternative for Water Is To Desalinate, Valley Morning Star

Is Water the New Bottom Line for the Private Sector? Forbes

Neighbors in The Woodlands Compete to Conserve Water, Houston Chronicle

Hickory Aquifer Project Took Long, Winding Path to Realization, Standard-Times

Councilman Nirenberg Looks to Ban Coal Tar in SA, KSAT

Colonias Water and Septic Upgrades Ongoing, Fort Stockton Pioneer

SAWS Launches Central Texas Pipeline Project, San Antonio Express-News

SAWS Launches Vista Ridge Pipeline Project, KSAT

Funding Now Open for East Texas Water Projects, KTRE

Water Resources Commission Comments on Council Decision, Times Record News

City: Abilene Water Safe to Drink Despite Unusual Taste, Odor, KTXS

Wichita Falls Water Projects Move Forward, Texoma’s Homepage

Water Emergency in Mineral Wells, WFAA

Las Lomas Residents Going Days Without Water, KGNS

Fort Stockton Is One Step Closer to Prividing West Texans With Another Source of Water, CBS 7

Ingram in Midst of Decade-Long Wastewater Struggle, KSAT 12

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