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ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, NOV. 2 - In this photo taken on Oct. 15, 2014, Norman Johns a water resources scientist with the National Wildlife Federation holds a group of dead Rangia clams of various ages during a survey of the Rangia clam bed population in Trinity Bay off the coast of Baytown, Texas. Scientists are finding fewer rangia clams in a northeast inlet of the bay, suggesting that not enough fresh water is flowing from the Trinity River to protect the ecological health of a drought-plagued state's most bountiful estuary.  (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle,  Johnny Hanson)

ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, NOV. 2 - In this photo taken on Oct. 15, 2014, Norman Johns a water resources scientist with the National Wildlife Federation holds a group of dead Rangia clams of various ages during a survey of the Rangia clam bed population in Trinity Bay off the coast of Baytown, Texas. Scientists are finding fewer rangia clams in a northeast inlet of the bay, suggesting that not enough fresh water is flowing from the Trinity River to protect the ecological health of a drought-plagued state's most bountiful estuary. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Johnny Hanson)

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