Tag: drought

Jeremy Rice

Report Details What We Can Learn from Australia’s Drought

A new report details strategies and initiatives Australia adopted to survive its millennium drought and prevent its cities from running […]

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Lissa Gregg

Q&A with a Climatologist: Part II

Our Q&A on El Niño, La Niña and their effects on weather patterns and drought in the United States continues with Dr. John […]

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Lissa Gregg

Q&A with a Climatologist: Part I

Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon answered our questions about El Niño, La Niña and their effects on weather patterns and drought in the […]

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Jeremy Rice

SAWS Hosts Climate Change Seminar

Freese and Nichols University hosted a Drought and Climate Change Seminar at the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) office on […]

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Jeremy Rice

When in Doubt, Plan for the Next Drought

On the heels of one of the worst droughts the southwest has experienced in decades, recent record setting rains have […]

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Jon Albright

Stamford Dam’s Successful Comeback

When the second worst Texas drought on record was followed by the wettest month in Texas history, the City of […]

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Jeremy Rice

Throwback Thursday: Texas Floods

“Call Endress regarding status of Fort Worth Lakes handling of floods” would seem like an appropriate statement for May 26, […]

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Jeremy Rice

April Showers Bring Higher May Lake Levels

Recent April rainfall in many parts of Texas and Oklahoma has resulted in inflows to lakes and reservoirs, in some […]

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Brian Bresler

Lester Featured in ASCE News; Project is One of ASCE’s Top Five

Ron Lemons, Nick Lester and Rusty Gibson at the ACEC 2015 OPAL awards gala Nick Lester, a Transmission and Utilities […]

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Jeremy Rice

Drought and Climate Change in Texas: Perspectives from a Climatologist, Atmospheric Scientist and Hydrologist

Freese and Nichols University hosted two Drought and Climate Change Seminars in Dallas on September 25, 2014. Speakers included Dr. […]

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Rebecca Pittman

The 5 Ps: Water-Wise Flowers for Summertime Heat

Many people, landscape architects and personal gardeners alike, struggle to find flowers that don’t require excessive watering in the summertime. […]

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Tom Gooch

Protecting Our Future: The Effects of Climate Change and Drought on Texas – Free Seminar Sept. 25

Despite the recent rains, Texas is still in a severe drought. Municipalities, counties, planning organizations, and regional water districts are […]

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