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Oct. 5, 2017 | Pumping impacts to Devils River

  • Aired: 10/05/2017
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
A geoscience team from Southwest Research Institute recently completed a study on the long-term effects of groundwater pumping near Devils River, one of the state’s last pristine rivers. They found that the river relies heavily on natural springs from the Trinity-Edwards Aquifer in Southwest Texas. The headwaters moved 10 miles downstream since the 1960s.
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The Devils River headwaters moved 10 miles downstream since the 1960s
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