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Dry springs in Central Texas warn of water shortage ahead

Heat, drought and booming population growth have stressed the aquifers that supply drinking water to millions of people.

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Housing need and wildfire risk collide in fast-growing Central Texas

Climate change and development are set to collide in the booming Austin-San Antonio megaregion as housing expands into fire-prone wildlands. 
Report: Edwards Aquifer at greater risk with climate change, population growth
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Report: Edwards Aquifer at greater risk with climate change, population growth

The Edwards Aquifer could be at risk in the next 50 years as a result of warmer temperatures and more frequent and severe droughts, compounded by population growth.

Report: Edwards Aquifer at greater risk with climate change, population growth
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Report: Edwards Aquifer at greater risk with climate change, population growth

In light of a recent federal report on the potential effects of warming trends and climate change on the Edwards Aquifer, local authorities are studying ways to provide a sustainable water supply.
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