Texas Drought and Water Resources Updates

Summarizing the current status and trends of drought and water resources in Texas for resource managers, policy makers, scientists and engineers, and other stakeholders.

Drought Technology Steering Committee

Short presentations from the April DTSC videoconference.
2012 TAMEST Water Summit in Austin

Presentation by Dr. David Maidment at the summit.
Stream Flow in the Texas Gulf Coast

From January to June, 2004 using RAPID by C. David.
Media & Local

Texas State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon's blog about weather & climate.

Surface Water

Central Texas Water Hub (Kisters and CRWR)

NOAA National Weather Service - West Gulf River Forecast Center

GRACE Water Storage Variations Over Texas

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program

NOAA Drought
Monitors & Maps
Drought Impacts

PBS on the Texas Drought

Empty San Angelo Reservoirs

Imact of the 2011 Drought & Beyond

This page is produced with support from Texas A&M University, The University of Texas at Austin's Jackson School of Geosciences, Cockrell School of Engineering, Center for Integrated Earth Systems Science, Center for Research in Water Resources, and Environmental Science Institute, as well as ERCOT and the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

Click here for more information on the Drought Technology Steering Committee, including contact information for committee members.