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  • Ward, Ruby; Chen, Chi Chung; McCarl, Bruce A.; Keplinger, Keith O. (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1998-02)
    The EAA implemented a pilot irrigation suspension program in 1997 on 9,669 acres mainly in Medina and Uvalde counties with the objective of increasing springflow at Comal Springs, and providing relief to municipalities in ...
  • Dillon, Carl R.; Jones, Lonnie L.; Williams, R. Lynn; Jordan, Wayne R.; McCarl, Bruce A. (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1993-03)
    The Edwards Aquifer underlies a large region in south central Texas extending from west of Uvalde to Austin. The karstic aquifer supports irrigated agriculture in the western part of the region, provides the sole source ...
  • McCarl, Bruce A.; Cai, Yongxia (Texas Water Resources Institute, 2007-04)
    Water scarcity is becoming a pervasive and persistent problem in Texas particularly in the drier regions containing cities like San Antonio, Austin, and Corpus Christi while growth causes emerging problems in Dallas, ...
  • Merrifield, John D.; McCarl, Bruce A.; Griffin, Ronald C.; Emerson, Peter M.; Collinge, Robert A. (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1993-03)
    Business as usual has ceased to be an acceptable system for the Edwards because of the burden it imposes upon regional competitiveness and welfare. Nonrevisionist strategies such as surface water development and spring ...
  • Yu, Kang; Chowdhury, Manzoor; Keplinger, Keith; Jones, Lonnie L.; Lacewell, Ronald D.; McCarl, Bruce A. (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1997-04)
    This study investigated the economics of an Edwards Aquifer region "dry-year option" buyout directed toward decreasing agricultural water use in an effort to augment springflow. The research involved several phases. First, ...
  • Dyke, Paul T.; Harris, Billy L.; Benson, Verel W.; Ozuna, Teofilo Jr.; McCarl, Bruce A.; Lacewell, Ronald D.; Chowdhury, Manzoor (Texas Water Resources Institute, 1994-12)
    The Seymour Aquifer of north-central Texas is known to have elevated levels of nitrates. The design of economically sound policies for reducing agriculture's nitrate contribution to the aquifer suggests a need to evaluate ...

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