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What is a drought of record?

A drought of record is the worst recorded drought since compilation of meteorologic and hydrologic data began.  In terms of severity and duration, the devastating drought of the 1950s is considered the drought of record for many areas in the Brazos River basin. This drought lasted a decade in many places and covered much of the nation, including all of Texas.  In 2008-2009, some parts of the state recorded a new drought of record.
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What is Xeriscape?

Xeriscaping is a form of landscaping using native plants and those adapted to survive in areas with periods of low precipitation. Using such techniques can be especially helpful in conserving water or in dealing with periods of drought.
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