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File Groundwater Dynamics: A Brief Overview
Presentation on groundwater dynamics.
Located in Groups / / High Plains Grasslands Alliance / Groundwater
File Troff document The Union County Hydrogeology Project
Presentation on hydrogeology project in Union County
Located in Groups / / High Plains Grasslands Alliance / Groundwater
File Reports from the Regions - Region 8
Slide presentation: Mora-San Miguel-Guadalupe Counties Water Planning Region 8
Located in Library / Dialogue's 21st Annual Statewide Meeting - Jan. 8, 2015
File PDF document River, Acequia and Shallow Groundwater Interactions
Until recently, surface water and groundwater have been treated separately in most research and management situations. However, research from around the world is beginning to show the important interactions between surface water and shallow groundwater. Along irrigated cropland corridors between irrigation ditches and rivers, these interactions yield potential water quantity and water quality benefits.
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File PDF document Bluewater Temperature Reduction and Riparian Restoration Project
An article that explains the assembly and use of a simple piezometer for groundwater and surface water levels, interactions and riparian assesment.
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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST AND SPECIALIST – A Position #00037087 MINING ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SECTION GROUND WATER QUALITY BUREAU NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) anticipates advertisement of a vacant Environmental Scientist and Specialist-A position (#00037087) in the Mining Environmental Compliance Section of the Ground Water Quality Bureau in July-August 2012. The position advertisement will be posted on the NM State Personnel Office website,http://agency.governmentjobs.com/newmexico/default.cfm in the near future. The position is a senior staff scientist responsible for managing a technically complex discharge permit caseload for hardrock mining operations and review of New Mexico Mining Act sites. The position involves coordination with federal and state agencies on mine permitting procedures; developing, conducting and reporting on scientific geohydrologic site investigations; review and comment on Mining Act applications; review and approval of ground water pollution prevention plans, abatement plans, and corrective action plans; drafting discharge permits; and conducting site inspections. The position is responsible for assessing whether facilities are in compliance with the NM Water Quality Act and Water Quality Control Commission Regulations; NM Mining Act; and other state and federal statutes, standards and regulations. The salary range for this position is typically $25.50 (midpoint) to $32.63 (max) per hour depending on job duties and experience. If you are interested in applying or know of someone who may be interested, please send e-mail contact information to Dale Doremus so that we can send the official job advertisement to you directly when it is posted at the NM-SPO website [http://agency.governmentjobs.com/newmexico/default.cfm].
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New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources Open-file Report 576. October 2015. By B. Talon Newton, Ethan Mamer, Peter ReVelle, Hector Garduno
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File object code Peggy Johnson (panel 1) audio
.WMA file of her presentation.
Located in Library / Dialogue's 21st Annual Statewide Meeting - Jan. 8, 2015
O'Donnell, Frances C., 2016. ERI Working Paper No. 37. Ecological Restoration Institute and the Southwest Fire Science Consortium, Northern Arizona University, November 2016
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Groundwater level declines in the Hatch-Rincon and Mesilla valleys, 2010-2012
Presentation by Erek Fuchs, Elephant Butte Irrigation District
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