Texas groundwater news: August 2022

Groundwater-related news articles over the last month (July 2022) that I am aware of. I provide these as an FYI—I make no guarantees on the accuracy of these reports (despite some occasional editorializing on my part [or my participation in an article!]). Dove hunters asked to report abandoned wells: https://fox4beaumont.com/newsletter-daily/dove-hunters-august-asked-to-watch-county-for-abandoned-or-deteriorated-water-wells-by-texas-department-licensing-regulation Water levels down in Williamson … Continue reading Texas groundwater news: August 2022

Texas groundwater news: July 2022

Groundwater-related news articles over the last month (July 2022) that I am aware of. I provide these as an FYI—I make no guarantees on the accuracy of these reports (despite some occasional editorializing on my part [or my participation in an article!]). Williamson County talking (again) about forming a groundwater conservation district:https://tylerpaper.com/news/texas/town-hall-meeting-draws-huge-crowd/article_0b9f1b6a-1046-5497-ac58-9a63db0b17c6.htmlStill talk of a … Continue reading Texas groundwater news: July 2022

mississippi v. tennessee

For the most part, the federal government has stayed out of groundwater quantity questions except indirectly where groundwater production has impacted interstate surface-water allocations (for example, see Texas v. New Mexico on the Pecos River [and now on the Rio Grande] and Kansas v. Colorado on the Arkansas River). The federal government doesn't have an … Continue reading mississippi v. tennessee

so you wanna sample Comanche Springs?

Let's say, hypothetically, you want to sample Comanche Springs. Here are some quick thoughts about that endeavor. As the name suggests, Comanche Springs is series of springs that run up Comanche Creek: After going dry in the late 50s and early 60s, the springs have seasonally returned here and there since the mid-1980s. Over the … Continue reading so you wanna sample Comanche Springs?