By: University of Maryland | October 2017
Guidance for Local Governments.
Follow this weekly report to learn what this weeks water and drought conditions look like in Texas, as well as the overall drought conditions in the US.
The sharpest tool in the stormwater management toolbox.
By: Kate Lunau | January 17 2017
In the next five years, more households in the US risk being unable to pay for water. If rates keep rising as they're expected to do, the number of households that can't afford water might triple—reaching nearly 36 percent
EPA has developed human health benchmarks for approximately 394 pesticides to help states, tribes and water systems better understand whether pesticides they may detect in drinking water or sources of drinking water may present a public health risk.
EPA Releases Guidance for Sampling and Field Testing During Water Contamination Incidents.
This recent Texas aquifer study covers groundwater quantity, quality, flow, and contributions to surface water.
By: Texas Water Development Board | September 2016
The purpose of the TWDB’s water-level program is to gain representative information about static water levels in aquifers (water levels unaffected by recent or nearby pumping) throughout the state in order to support water planning from the local to a more regional perspective.
By: The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) | August 2016
A journey through flora and fauna of our basin. A comprehensive annual financial report.
A Process for BMPs Site Selection.
This manual is intended to ll a gap in the stormwater management measures that currently protect the Edwards Aquifer in Central Texas.
By: Water blogue | March 2014
A discussion about the benefits of dispersed green stormwater management systems, highlighting work of Dr. Katherine Lieberknecht of UT School of Architecture and Tom Hegemeier of Doucet and Associates.
By: United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The guidance covers the collection, storage, preservation and transport of potentially contaminated water samples and provides recommendations for better supporting the detection and identification of many types of contaminants in drinking water.
Use this interactive event frequency and cost mapping tool below to better visualize the spatial dimensions of Billion-dollar weather and climate events.