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File PDF document Red River Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Press Release
The New Mexico Environment Department’s (NMED) Surface Water Quality Bureau (SWQB) is inviting the public to comment on the draft “total maximum daily load” (TMDL) withdrawal document for the Red River (Rio Grande to Placer Creek). A TMDL is a planning document that establishes specific goals to meet water quality standards in waterbodies where pollutant limits are exceeded.
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File Restoration of the Pecos River at Bitter Lake NWR
This project demonstrates how river ecosystem improvements can be accomplished within the reality of a very limited water supply. The Pecos River is both a natural and historic legacy. It is our hope that current and future generations will be able to enjoy and learn from the restored Pecos River at Bitter Lake NWR, a window into the areas' rich history.
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Bureau of Reclamation, NM Interstate Stream Commission begin planning phase for NM Unit of Central Arizona Project
public notice re: 8 upcoming scoping meetings starting July 12, 2018. Comments due July 20.
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Advocates discuss protecting streams and restoring rivers
Titled “From Mountaintop to River Bottom: Teaming up for Healthy Watersheds,” the forum’s speakers focused on collaboration among agencies and citizens—and the need to look upstream when thinking about watershed restoration. Speakers hit on issues including the effect of forest thinning projects on downstream waters, restoration in the Valles Caldera National Preserve and restoration projects in the Middle Rio Grande.
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File PDF document Alteration of Streamflow Magnitudes and Potential Ecological Consequences: a Multiregional Assessment
The study appeared October 25 in the online version of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, a journal of the Ecological Society of America.
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An online collection of resources from the Center for Watershed Protection and the US Forest Service Northeastern Area. Provides useful tools and training materials about managing urban forests for watershed health. Links to topical collections including: Forest Planning And Assessment, Reducing Stormwater Runoff, Forest-Friendly Development, and Planting and Maintaining Trees
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Environment Dept Seeks Public Comment on Water Quality Standards for Stream Segments in NM
The Department is requesting public input on a proposal to amend the surface water quality standards for 18 unclassified non-perennial stream segments in New Mexico. These segments are located throughout New Mexico including five in McKinley County, two in Santa Fe and Bernalillo Counties, and one each in Eddy, Socorro, Colfax, and Sandoval Counties.
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A Forum for Innovative Stormwater Infrastructure 2013
This in depth discussion will talk with designers, policy makers, leaders, and citizens. Including many different water management programs in Albuquerque.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation have published a report, "Addressing Climate Change in Long-Term Water Resources Planning and Management: User Needs for Improving Tools and Information," that identifies the needs of local, state, and federal water management agencies for climate change information and tools to support long-term planning. The report seeks to focus research and technology efforts to address information and tools needed for longer-term water resources planning and management. It found there were gaps in the information and tools to help water managers in how to use climate change information to make decisions, how to assess the responses of natural systems to climate change, and how to communicate the results and uncertainties of climate change assessments to decision-makers.
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Though the drought has devastated corn crops and disrupted commerce on the Mississippi River, it also represents an opportunity to tackle long-ignored water problems and to reimagine how we manage, use and even think about water. Published: August 16, 2012
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