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Vol. 3 No. 1 (2012)

Cover photo: Located in far east Texas and stretching into Louisiana, Caddo Lake is known for its extensive forests of bald cypress trees draped with Spanish moss. This famous lake is home to a rich ecosystem and a wide variety of wildlife. The cover photo was taken during normal water levels, but in 2011 the lake’s levels dropped signifcantly during the drought. Photo credit: Texas Water Resources Institute.

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Articles

Carlos J. Villarreal, Richard E. Zartman, Wayne H. Hudnall, Dennis Gitz, Ken Rainwater, Loren M. Smith
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Spatial Distribution and Morphology of Sediments in Texas Southern High Plains Playa Wetlands
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Karl E. Winters
14-25
Floods in Central Texas, September 7–14, 2010
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Ralph A. Wurbs
26-41
Generalized Models of River System Development and Management
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Kyna E. Borel, R. Karthikeyan, Patricia K. Smith, Lucas F. Gregory, Raghavan Srinivasan
42-58
Estimating Daily Potential E. coli Loads in Rural Texas Watersheds using Spatially Explicit Load Enrichment Calculation Tool (SELECT)
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John William Nielsen-Gammon
59-95
The 2011 Texas Drought
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