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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
Email:  rem142@txstate.edu
Vita      HB2504 information
Research Interests: Water Policy, Policy and Science, Water Resources, Water Planning, Stakeholder Processes, Numerical Groundwater Flow Modeling, Water Conservation, Innovative Water Technologies

Publications

Mace, R.E., and Ridgeway, C.K., 2016, Forecasting underground rain—Groundwater availability modeling: in Sahs, M.K., editor, Essentials of
     Texas Water Resources
, TexasBarBooks, State Bar of Texas, Chapter 19, p. 423–438. (previous editions published in 2009 (first edition), 
     2012 (second edition), 2014 (third edition), and 2016 (fourth edition))

Mace, R.E., 2016, So secret, occult, and concealed—An overview of groundwater management in Texas: in Law of the Rio Grande, Water
     Law Institute, CLE International, April 14–15, 2016, La Fonda, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Section H3, 27 p.

Fernando, D.N., Kingtse, C.M., Fu, R., Bowerman, A, Scanlon, B.R., Solis, R.S., Yin, L., Mace, R.E., Mioduszewski, Ren, T., and Zhang, K., 2016,
     What caused the spring intensification and winter demise of the 2011 drought over Texas? Climate Dynamics, v. 47, p. 3077–3090.

Pierce, S.A., Sharp, J.M., Jr., Guillaume, J.H.A., Mace, R.E., and Eaton, D.J., 2013, Aquifer-yield continuum as a guide and typology for
     science-based groundwater management: Hydrogeology Journal, v. 21, no. 2, p. 331–340.

Hermitte, S., and Mace, R.E., 2012, The grass is always greener… Outdoor residential water use in Texas: Texas Water Development Board
     Technical Note 12-01, 43 p.

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.

Mace, R.E., Petrossian, R., Bradley, R., Mullican, W.F., III, and Christian, L., 2008, A streetcar named desired future conditions—The new
     groundwater availability for Texas (revised): State Bar of Texas, 7th Annual The Changing Face of Water Rights in Texas 2008, May 8–9, 2008,
     Bastrop, Texas, Chapter 2.1, 21 p.

Mace, R.E., 2001, Estimating transmissivity using specific-capacity data: Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin,
     Geological Circular 01-2, 44 p.