Sinking grounds (Houston Chronicle)

Brownwood was once a suburb of Baytown until it sank. It happened slowly. At first, no one noticed that the glamorous subdivision built in the 1930s was slipping away, as reported by Chronicle editor Lisa Gray. Nor initially did oil executives who lived there link the sinkage to industry’s ravenous appetite for groundwater pumped out of the land.

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