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Robert Mace

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Dr. Robert Mace

Professor of Practice
Ph.D., Hydrogeology, University of Texas at Austin, 1998
Office:  ELA 342/SLH 110
Phone: 512.245.6021
Vita      HB2504 information
Research Interests: water policy and science, water resources and conservation, groundwater sustainability and modeling, climate change and water


Nielsen-Gammon, J.W., Banner, J.L., Cook, B.I., Tremaine, D.M., Wong, C.I., Mace, R.E., Gao, H., Yang, Z.-L., Gonzalez, M.F., Hoffpauir, R., Gooch, T., and Kloesel, K., 2020, Unprecedented drought challenges for Texas water resources in a changing climate: what do researchers and stakeholders need to know? Earth’s Future,

Rubinstein, C., and Mace, R.E., 2020, Understanding Texas weather and climate and how climate change might impact water resources: Essentials of Texas Water Resources, 6th Edition, Chapter 2, Texas Bar Books, p. 2-1–2-26.

Bixler, R.P., Atshan, S., Banner, J.L., Tremaine, D., and Mace, R.E., 2019, Assessing integrated sustainability research: use of social network analysis to evaluate scientific integration and transdisciplinarity in research networks: Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, v. 39, p.103-113.

Mace, R.E., 2019, Groundwater governance, management, regulation, and emerging issues in the Lone Star State: Water Resources IMPACT, American Water Resources Association, p.11-12.

Mace, R.E., 2018, Groundwater Management: in Groundwater—State of the Science and Practice, National Ground Water Association Press, Westerville, Ohio, p. 38–40.

George, P.G., Mace, R.E., and Petrossian, R., 2011, Aquifers of Texas: Texas Water Development Board, Report 380, 172 p.

Mace, R.E., and Wade, S.C., 2008, In hot water? How climate change may (or may not) affect the groundwater resources of Texas: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions, v. 58, p. 655–668.