March 20, 2012
Coping With Climate Change: Texas Water Woes
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Photo: Saskia de Melker
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Lake E.V. Spence is the main water source for the town of Robert Lee, Texas. When full, it has 517,000 acre feet of water. Now it has fewer than 1,000 acre feet.
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