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Water: A Concern in Both Wet and Dry Times

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The water level is beginning to rise at Clinton Lake in Douglas County, March 2013 (Flickr Photo by Patrick Emerson)
Despite the relatively wet spring, many parts of the state are still facing drought conditions. And...precipitation and groundwater levels are declining in some areas. Commentator Rex Buchanan says Kansans should pay close attention to water issues...whether it's dry or not.


Commentator Rex Buchanan is the interim director of the Kansas Geological Survey. You'll find more of his commentaries on the KPR website.

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Rex Buchanan, recording a commentary in the KPR studios. (Photo by J. Schafer)

Production assistance for this commentary was provided by KPR News intern Sixuan Wu, a University of Kansas senior from China, majoring in journalism.


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