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In December 2014 the Texas Water Technology Roadmap Forum set out to define the most pressing water-related technology deficiencies for which there may be applicable intellectual property (IP) or researched solutions. This would serve as an initial “target list” for IP mapping and subsequent application of available, but unused or underused research in a range of water technology areas.Key thought leaders in the water sector from throughout Texas were brought together to help lay that groundwork. A network of 12 Texas university and independent research institutes funded by the National Science Foundation, called RCN-CE3SAR, served as an unbiased independent facilitator of the forum. This report summarizes that effort and recommends a path forward to help solve Texas’ water problems and move new water technology from lab, to market, to application.
Water Resource Management
Rosen, Rudolph A., "Texas Water Technology Roadmap Forum" (2015). Water Resources Science and Technology Book and E-Book Publications and Reports. 7.