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File David Gutzler presentation
18th Annual Statewide Meeting 2012 - Panel: Future Challenges - "Drought lessons"
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File PDF document Desert Technology International Conference 11 Abstract Submission Instructions
This is the 11th in a series of Desert Technology conferences since 1991. These conferences focus on desertification issues & multidisciplinary solutions such as special characteristics and benefits of desert ecosystems, mechanism of desertification and its management, and appropriate technologies for developed and developing regions. This document details how to submit an abstract for the conference, for people interested presenting.
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File PDF document Desert Technology International Conference 11 Save the Date
This is the 11th in a series of Desert Technology conferences since 1991. These conferences focus on desertification issues & multidisciplinary solutions such as special characteristics and benefits of desert ecosystems, mechanism of desertification and its management, and appropriate technologies for developed and developing regions. The conference will be held NOVEMBER 19-22, 2013.
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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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Dramatic water changes coming for the Southwest
Water’s future is not bright, dire warning issued. Aug. 13, 2013 Logan Hawkes
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Drought Along the Rio Grande Highlights Water Management Complexities
[From: Arizona Water Resource - Summer 2013] On Saturday, June 1, 2013, water was released from Elephant Butte Reservoir in South Central New Mexico into the Rio Grande. It took more than two days to travel the 80 miles to fields near Las Cruces, as water soaked into the parched riverbed. Waiting for the flow were chile, pecan, cotton and alfalfa growers in Southern New Mexico, Western Texas and Mexico, as well as the city of El Paso, Texas, which depends on the Rio Grande for half its water supply.
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The New Mexico Drought Task Force recommends strategies for reducing the state's vulnerability to drought.
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DroughtView: Combining on-the-ground know-how with remotely sensed data to assess drought impacts
Webinar presented by Jeremy Weiss, Climate and Geospatial Extension Scientist at the University of Arizona, and hosted by the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative.
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from SRLCC Feb. 2015 Newsletter
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File Octet Stream Map1 Priority Project Area Watershed Map (March 2015 )
Map 1: March 2015 Priority Project Area Watershed map shows the group's current Priority Project Area with Watershed HUC 8 (labeled), HUC 10 (not labeled), HUC 12 (labeled), Surface ownership (corrected version by Gila NF); Gila NF Priority Landscape, Grant Co 911 Roads layer; Tiger 2010 surface water (streams and waterbodies), GNIS Populated places, Shaded Relief image beneath all; some place names are labeled. 24"x 36" (D size), landscape, pdf
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