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  • State’s Drought Is Easing Somewhat – But For How Long?

    State’s Drought Is Easing Somewhat – But For How Long?

    Oct 24, 2014

    Texas’ lingering drought that started in 2011 has shown signs of easing in many parts of the state, but several areas are still in moderate-to-severe drought status, says State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon, who also serves as a professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas A&M University.

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  • Most of Texas Still Thirsty

    Most of Texas Still Thirsty

    Jun 24, 2014

    Recent rains have helped some areas, but most of Texas remains very dry: About 70 percent of the state is still in some form of drought ranging from moderate to exceptional, says a Texas A&M University expert.

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  • Recent Rains Help, But Most Of Texas Is Still Very Thirsty

    Recent Rains Help, But Most Of Texas Is Still Very Thirsty

    Jun 17, 2014

    Water has always been important to Texas, but perhaps never more than now, with the state attracting more and more industries, with the energy sector running at full speed and with agriculture ““ as always ““ leading the way. But Texas faces numerous water issues, and none may be bigger than the drought which has enveloped much of the state for years.

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