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|GSE Texas Drought Mitigation Plan.|
Drought is increasing in both severity and duration in large part of Texas and New Mexico.
GSE has analyzed various aspects of the Texas drought. This map which is an overlay of four maps; Inter-states, elevations, drought, and the GSE drought mitigation plan.
The plan is to evaporate vast amounts of desalinated brackish water from the gulf, in drought stricken areas.
The plan is a practical solution to the increasing drought problems in west Texas. This plan is only practical with the dense low cost power that GSE devices can provide from busy highways.
The plan includes hundreds of miles of evapo-transit channels, at a estimated cost of 1 million per mile. The channels are follow major interstates, so that the pumping is distributed over the full length of the roadway.
Salt marshes are constructed along the route of reclaimed agricultural land. In the most arid regions of west Texas, vortex towers are constructed to provide mechanical cloud seeding. Each tower will cost an estimated 1.2 million.
The minimum therapeutic configuration of this plan is estimated at 1.5-2 billion in 2013.
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