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Natural Outlook, Winter 2010

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Cypress-tupelo swamp.

When oil or hazardous substances are discharged into the environment, fish, wildlife, plants, and other natural resources can be injured. When this happens in Texas, one program that often steps in to ensure the restoration of lost natural resources is the Natural Resource Trustee Program.

Krause Springs.

Most of the water consumed in Texas is groundwater. As the demand for this precious resource grows, so does its need for management and protection.

Carlos Rubinstein.

Carlos Rubinstein brings unique insight into agency operations.

 

GIS.

Geographic information systems at the TCEQ.



Take Care of Texas.

Add some environmentally friendly practices to your New Year’s resolutions.



Intern.

Mickey Leland internships bridge academia and the workplace.



Computer mouse.

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