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New Mexico's 2012 Non-Point Source Annual Report now available
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Nature Conservancy Poll Illustrates Disconnect Between People and Nature
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Wolves Are Rebalancing Yellowstone Ecosystem
Article from Science Daily, Oct. 29, 2011
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New Mexico Water Supply Update Briefing
January 26, 2018 briefing by National Weather Service Hydrologist Royce Fontenot
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Celebrate New Mexico’s Tree City USA Communities this Earth Day
NEWS RELEASE April 21, 2011 Contact: Dan Ware, Public Relations Coordinator 505-476-3336 daniel.ware@state.nm.us
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Western Governors, NOAA agree to work together to improve climate services for the West
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho -The Western Governors' Association (WGA) and NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) today announced a joint agreement for improving the development and delivery of climate science and services to Western states. In the midst of a record-breaking season for extreme drought, flood, wildfire and severe storms, this timely agreement will increase collaboration and boost existing efforts to ensure Western states and the U.S. Pacific islands are better able to plan for these types of natural hazards. Contact: Tom Iseman (WGA) 303-378-6102 or Jennifer Austin (NOAA) 202-302-9047
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Know Your Watershed School Program
The New Mexico State Land Office offers an environmental education program called "Know Your Watershed" for 2nd, 4th & 6th grade classes throught out the state.
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Sustainability on the Border: Water, Climate, and Social Change in a Fragile Landscape
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According to a new study published in Nature Geoscience half of the world's smaller glaciers will disappear during this century. The study, in Nature Geoscience, found that half of the world's smallest glaciers, with a surface area less than 5 square kilometres, will disappear entirely, with possible implications for communities dependent on them for water supplies.
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File PDF document Bernalillo County Open Space - East Mountain Interpretive Series, 2011
Land Grants and the History of the East Mountains
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