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   dcterms:title "Texas Desalination Plants"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Desalination activities in Texas are an important contributor to the state’s efforts to meet current and projected water needs for communities, industry, and agriculture. The state’s 2017 Water Plan recommended an expansion of desalination to help reduce longer-term risks to water supplies from drought, higher temperatures, and other stressors. There are currently 44 public water supply desalination plants in Texas. <em>From Figure 23.8, Ch. 23: S. Great Plains (Source: adapted from Texas Water Development Board 2017)</em>."^^xsd:string;
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