Outlet pipe from a San Antonia water-supply tank. Photograph from the 2012 issue number 2 of Nature Conservancy Magazine. Photograph taken to illustrate a story on the Edwards Aquifer, "Can Texas Ranchers Save San Antonio's Drinking Water?". The Edwards A

(ALL INTERNAL, LIMITED EXTERNAL RIGHTS) Outlet pipe from a San Antonia water-supply tank. Photograph from the 2012 issue number 2 of Nature Conservancy Magazine. Photograph taken to illustrate a story on the Edwards Aquifer, “Can Texas Ranchers Save San Antonio’s Drinking Water?”. The Edwards Aquifer is one of the most prolific artesian aquifers in the world. Located on the eastern edge of Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of Texas, it discharges about 900,000 acre feet of water a year and directly serves about two million people. PHOTO CREDIT: © Blake Gordon

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