Texas Water Atlas available in Paperback
Rainfall, hurricanes, rivers, reservoirs, springs, lakes, aquifers, wetlands, floodplains, water parks, irrigation, wells—the list of water-related topics in Texas is long and critical to the state’s economic and political future. Texas Water Atlas provides the first comprehensive reference for water-related topics in Texas. Geographers Lawrence E. Estaville and Richard A. Earl have compiled a host of data to visually convey vital information on Texas’ climate, surface and groundwater, water uses and hazards, water quantity and quality, recreation, future supply projections, and the environmental management of its water resources. In addition to more than 150 color maps, the book includes brief introductions to each chapter and a Texas water timeline that traces the state’s water events since European settlement. An excellent resource for teachers, students, and policy makers, the atlas promises also to be an invaluable tool for conservation professionals and the general public. To learn more about The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, sponsors of this book's series, please click here.
|Publisher:||Texas A&M University Press|
|Series:||River Books, Sponsored by The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, Texas State University Series|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.60(w) x 11.20(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
LAWRENCE E. ESTAVILLE is professor of geography at Texas State University in San Marcos. An award-winning teacher, he has received the distinguished achievement award from the National Council for Geographic Education.RICHARD A. EARL, recipient of the distinguished teaching award from the National Council for Geographic Education, is associate professor of geography at Texas State University where he teaches courses on water resources and environmental management.