By Robert Mace, Chief Water Policy Officer at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment SUMMARY: Rainfall deficits continue to afflict most of the state. La Niña is expected to fade into neutral conditions (La Nada) by the end of May;
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Texas’ public and private companies, organizations, and agencies have collected water data for different purposes and at different scales for many years. These data are scattered across multiple platforms with different standards, often making important data sets inaccessible or incompatible.
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By Robert Mace, Chief Science Officer at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment SUMMARY Large areas in West Texas have received less than 10 percent of normal rainfall for the past 90 days. La Niña is expected to fade