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Submissions from 2020

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Internet of Texas Water Data: Use Cases for Flood, Drought, and Surface Water – Groundwater Interactions, Rudolph A. Rosen, Robert E. Mace, Sam Marie Hermitte, and Richard Wade

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Best Management Practices for Response to Spills in the Karst Edwards Aquifer of South-Central Texas, Geary M. Schindel and Rudolph A. Rosen

Submissions from 2019

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Chitosan Encapsulation of Ferrateᵛᶦ for Controlled Release to Water: Mechanistic Insights and Degradation of Organic Contaminant, Bo-Yen Chen, Hsuen-Wen Kuo, Virender K. Sharma, and Walter Den

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Consolidated Climate Markets Mechanism Analysis—Case Studies of China, Japan, and Taiwan, Jules Chuang, Hsing-Lung Lien, Akemi Kokubo Roche, Pei-Hsuan Liao, and Walter Den

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Water Education Leadership in Texas: Pathway for Students from Middle School to University Degree, Rudolph A. Rosen

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An Internet for Water: Connecting Texas Water Data, Rudolph A. Rosen, Sam Marie Hermitte, Suzanne Pierce, Sarah Richards, and Susan V. Roberts

Submissions from 2018

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Revisiting the Water-Use Efficiency Performance for Microelectronics Manufacturing Facilities: Using Taiwan’s Science Parks as a Case Study, Walter Den, Chih-Hao Chen, and Yung-Chien Luo

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Water Security for Texas: A Post-Secondary Education Pathway for the Water Workforce, Rudolph A. Rosen, Luis A. Cifuentes, James Fischer, Howard Marquise, and John C. Tracey

Submissions from 2017

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The Route to Water Security for Texas: The 2015–2016 Texas Water Roadmap Forums, Rudolph A. Rosen, Rabi Mohtar, Luis A. Cifuentes, Stephen Frayser, Gwendolyn Hustvedt, Wesley Patrick, Chara Ragland, Susan V. Roberts, Jorge Vanegas, Cindy Wall, and James Wall

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Future Water Stewardship and Fact-Based Water Policy: An Aquatic Science Education Pathway Model, Rudolph A. Rosen, Erin Scanlon, and Johnnie Smith

Submissions from 2016

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Aquatic Science Education Pathway from Headwaters to Ocean is a Model for Place-Based Experiential Learning for Protecting and Stewarding Gulf States' Freshwater and Marine Resources, Rudolph A. Rosen, Erin Scanlon, and Johnnie Smith