Mose Buchele, KUT News

Mose Buchele, KUT News appears in the following:

Austin is Planting Trees to Reduce the Heat Island Effect

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Climate change means different things in different places. In Austin, Texas, the community is exploring some unique ways to cool things down.


How Climate Change is Impacting American Agriculture

Monday, April 11, 2016

This winter was the warmest in the lower 48 states since record keeping started 121 years ago, according to National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration.

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Changing the Way We Think About Floods

Friday, November 13, 2015

America's current flood forecasting system measures one stream for every hundred there are in a given area. Researchers at UT Austin are looking to change that. 


Meth, Poverty Drive Up Cattle Rustling In Texas

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Cattle rustling is on the rise in Texas and Oklahoma. So far this year, authorities have seen a 40 percent increase in thefts. But one of the reasons why may be a bit surprising: Drug users are stealing them.


Legal Battles Over Land Rights, Pipelines Are On The Rise

Monday, July 29, 2013

At Margaret O'Keefe's farm in East Texas, they grow high-quality Bermuda grass. The fields are flat and vibrant green, surrounded by woods of a darker, richer green. The family loves this land. O'Keefe inherited it from her mother, who divided it among eight children.

"She used to call it 'enchanted ...


Oil and Gas Disposal Wells May Be to Blame for Texas Quakes

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Recently, earthquakes have begun to happen more frequently around the Dallas-Fort Worth area in northern Texas. While the cause of these quakes has yet to be officially determined, sc...

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