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Sand erupts around a spring. Scott Bauer photo

Rains recharge aquifer and springs

Just months after the city and region were under strict water conservation measures, plentiful rains in September and early October have recharged the Edwards Aquifer and, by extension, the springs that form the San Marcos River. The aquifer, which dipped to 641 feet above mean sea level (msl) as measured at ...

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