November 17, 2015

Smaller Snowpacks May Impact Water Supplies by 2060

According to a new report, climate change is impacting the northern hemisphere’s water supply, which serves more than two billion people, and some nations north of the equator could suffer […]
February 24, 2015

Despite Rain, Some Reservoirs Worse Off Than a Year Ago

Texas has enjoyed recent rain, but in some areas, reservoir levels are, if anything, worse than they were a year ago. Read more.
February 3, 2015

Serious Water Issues Face Texas, New Mexico

Southern New Mexico and West Texas surface water levels are just slightly above hundred-year lows.  Meantime legislation that funds regional water conservation research and development is about to expire. Read […]
February 2, 2015

Drought Causing California Weeds to Florish

California’s ongoing drought is causing water weeds to grow, choking the huge Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta. The problem arises because less cold mountain runoff warms the water to ideal temps for the weeds […]
January 27, 2015

Drought, Drought … Go Away!

Despite recent rains, the Texas drought drones on, says an expert from Texas A&M. Read more.