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Texas: Wikimedia Commons, West_Texas_wildfires_satellite_Apr_15_2011.png
We have begun collecting reports, articles, and other publications about metropolitan Texas. This includes both original TMO products as well as the work of affiliated researchers in the TMO network.
TMO has collected data from sources throughout the state and is processing the data into publicly available dashboards.
Texas’ population could double by the year 2050. Extreme weather events will bring more floods, more droughts, and more heat. Our state’s resources can’t support those demands. Making Texas resilient is our grand challenge.
The Texas Metro Observatory (TMO) team has been working hard to create an informative and engaging website that can be used by anyone. Whether you are a researcher or community member interested in finding information for a project, the TMO site holds relevant resources and data on the challenges that arise due to changes in urbanization patterns. In an effort to engage with the community at large and get feedback, the TMO team is releasing a Community Survey and Community Resilience Challenge! Everyone is invited to participate in the Community Survey, which is intended to capture how accessible and useful the TMO website is for a wide audience. Click on the Community Resilience Challenge icon to learn more!