This Week in Texas Water

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This Week in Texas Water

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

2014 Was Officially the Hottest Year on Record, Time

2014 Weather and Climate Break World Records, Clean Technica

Henry Cisneros: We’re Hitting ‘Point of No Return’ On Climate Change, NBC News

Texas to Mexico: You Owe Us Water, BN Americas

Weather Forecasts Could Become Seeding Forecasts, Phys Org

NASA to Launch Satellite to Analyze Moisture Content of Earth, Science Times

The Latest Climate Change Threat: Beavers, Take Part

Western Drought Tops the List of 2014 Billion-Dollar Disasters in US, AccuWeather

America’s Got a Water Problem, Business Insider

Transportation, Water, Education, Health Care Set for 2015 Texas Legislature, KTXS 12

As Session Starts, the Texas House Is Ready to Get to Work, Star-Telegram

Nine Earthquakes Rattle North Texas in Under 24 Hours, FOX News

Series of North Texas Earthquakes Trigger Speculation Over Role of Fracking, International Business Times

Are Oil and Gas Industries Behind the Rare Texas Earthquakes? National Geographic

What’s At Fault? Scientists Seek Cause of Irving Earthquakes, Dallas Morning News

New Railroad Commissioner Expects to Address Issues From Earthquakes to Water, Midland Reporter-Telegram

Don’t Blame Coming Storm on El Niño, KXAN

Concerns About the Future of the Rio Grande, KRGV

Sid Miller Sworn In As Agriculture Commissioner, Time Warner Cable News

Hold Your Water: Plants and Pocketbook Will Benefit From Winter Cutback, San Antonio Express-News

Rain Barrels Surge in Popularity, KSAT

Battling Drought with the Edwards Aquifer Authority, Texas Public Radio

Northeast Texas Reservoir Debate Resurfaces in Austin, New Orleans Public Radio

Texas Water Board Keeps Alive Plan for New Reservoir to Supply Dallas, Dallas Morning News

Marvin Nichols Reservoir Stays in State Plan, Texas Tribune

Battle Over Water Rights Gets Reprieve, Tyler Morning Telegraph

Texas Water Development Board Votes in Favor of Marvin Nichols, TXK Today

Extreme Pipeline Installations Provide Long-Term Solutions for Fast-Growing San Antonio, Water World

San Antonio Seeks Extension of Water Conservation, Park Development Programs, San Antonio Business Journal

Dallas to Step Up Enforcement of Water Rules, Dallas Morning News

Dallas Drought Measures May See New Types of Enforcement, Dallas Morning News

State and Federal Investigators Look Into Whooper Death, Corpus Christ Caller Times

Clean, Reused Water Pumping Into Lake Fort Phantom, Big Country Homepage

Put Aquifer Protection on May Ballot, San Antonio Express-News

Duncan Enters Stage Five Water Restrictions, Texoma’s Homepage

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