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File text/texmacs Monitoring the Effects of Restoration and Management On Water Cycles and Nutrients
This study focused on three main concepts, 1) the impacts of juniper encroachment on hydrologic systems in western grasslands and woodlands, 2) the effects of management and restoration on water budgets, and 3) the distribution, fate, and impact of aquatic pollutants.
Located in Groups / / Research and Studies / NMHU Research Posters
File 2016-2018 Public Comment Draft 303(d)/305(b) Integrated List of Assessed Surface Waters
Presentation to the Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group/Drought Task Force Watershed Management Subcommittee, April 15, 2016
Located in Groups / Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group / Public Collaborative Group Folder
File 2016-2018 Public Comment Draft State of New Mexico CWA 303(d)/305(b) Integrated List of Assessed Surface Waters
PDF Version of a presentation made to the Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group/Drought Task Force Watershed Management Subcommittee, April 15, 2016
Located in Groups / Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group / Public Collaborative Group Folder
File Second keynote address - [Where we are and] what the future holds
Presentation by Jennifer Faler, Area Manager, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Audio file (.wma). Note: Slides for this presentation are in a separate file below.
Located in Library / 23rd Annual Statewide Meeting - Toward a More Relevant State Water Plan
The Surface Water Quality Bureau (SWQB) is seeking public input on two upcoming surface water quality studies; one in the San Juan River watershed and one in the Upper Rio Grande watershed. The results of the surveys will be used to determine water quality status, track water quality improvements, and identify impaired waterbodies.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
Water Plans
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Researchers Look at Water Leasing Project as Possible Option for State Water Issues
With drought becoming more and more evident in the Land of Enchantment, water users and managers in New Mexico might have some tough decisions to make in the future without any help from Mother Nature. As long term drought persists and water supplies tighten, policymakers in New Mexico might have to think creatively to find flexibility when it comes to satisfying the thirsty needs of the state.
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New federal study indicates less available water for New Mexico
Rising temperatures prompted by climate change will bring about increasing difficulty for New Mexico to meet its legal obligation to deliver water to downstream neighbors in the years ahead, according to a new federal study developed by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and Sandia National Laboratory.
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