The Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI), as part of Texas A&M University, "serves as a focal point for water related research at Texas universities, often encouraging discussion of statewide issues through meetings and conferences and stimulating multi-university studies. Its educational programs synthesize the latest information on critical program areas and bring an academic viewpoint to policy makers." The TWRI Technical Reports Web site offers abstracts of hundreds of reports that are published by the organization. The reports are categorized by year and contain a link for particular abstracts, all of which can be searched via the keyword search field at the top of the page. If interested in acquiring the full report, users can fill out the request form to have the publication mailed to them free of charge. 2003 report titles include "Brush Management/ Water Yield Feasibility Study for Four Watersheds In Texas;" "A Sensitive Determination of Iodine Species, Including Organoiodine, for Freshwater and Seawater Samples Using High Performance Liquid Chromatography and Spectrophotometric Detection;" and "Structure and Function of Old-growth and Disturbed Bottomlands Near Dallas, TX."
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