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American Water Resources Association Environmental Flows Conference Abstracts
The AWRA 2013 Conference, titled "Environmental Flows", is accepting abstracts until FEBRUARY 8, 2013. The conference itself is June 24-25, 2013. The objective of the conference is to offer a professional forum on the latest issues concerning the research, policy, and application of establishing environmental flows.
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American Water Resources Association Healthy Forests = Healthy Waters Conference Abstracts
The AWRA Conference, titled "Healthy Forests = Healthy Waters", is accepting abstracts until FEBRUARY 8, 2013. The conference itself will be held June 27-28, 2013. The conference sessions will be relevant to water managers, aquatic biologists/ecologists, planners, engineers, forestland managers, economists, consultants, water purveyors and industrial users of water.
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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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Death By A Thousand Cuts: Will Santa Fe’s campaign to buy up water rights kill the Rio Grande?
At the very same time that few farmers can earn a living from their land, more cities are willing to buy up water rights. And as cities grow, the mandate to provide citizens with clean, plentiful water becomes all the more pressing. (http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/article-6807-death-by-a-thousand-cuts.html)
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Environmental Flows Bulletin Aug 2012
Published by the Utton Transboundary Resources Center at the University of New Mexico School of Law, Environmental Flows highlights ideas, strategies, and successes of organizations and individuals across New Mexico who are working to ensure environmental flows for the state's rivers and streams.
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File PDF document Hanging in the Balance: Why Our Rivers Need Water and Why We Need Healthy Rivers (Audobon NM)
In June, Audubon New Mexico completed a reader-friendly brochure on environmental flows restoration. Titled "Hanging in the Balance: Why our rivers need water and why we need healthy rivers," it includes information on environmental flows, the economic benefits of health rivers to New Mexico, and an overview on a recent EPA-funded study about which rivers in the state are most in need of environmental flows restoration. The brochure also details two collaborative projects currently underway as well as recommendations for restoring elements of natural flow patterns to New Mexico's rivers.
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File New Mexico Unit of the Central Arizona Project EIS Newsletter
Issue No. 1, June 2018
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Poll shows New Mexicans oppose a Gila River Diversion project
SILVER CITY >> A recent poll by an independent research firm shows that many New Mexicans oppose a Gila River diversion project. The poll, conducted in late June of this year by Public Opinion Strategies, a Republican political and public affairs research firm, was commissioned by Protect the Flows, an organization that opposes such projects. Five hundred voters statewide were contacted, with an extra concentration on the five southwest counties nearest the Gila River - Grant, Luna, Hidalgo, Sierra and Dona Ana Counties.
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A new book that examines water management in the chronically water-short Israeli-Palestinian region, and Arizona, which relies significantly on the overallocated Colorado River, as well as on non-renewable groundwater supplies. This volume is predicated on the idea that scientifically-trained experts who are sensitive to sociopolitical conditions can assist in developing and evaluating feasible water management solutions.
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Technical Announcement on Water Quality Studies of Southwest Basin-fill Aquifers - October 5, 2011
Recent studies by the National Water-Quality Assessment Program improve our understanding of the hydrogeology and groundwater quality of unconsolidated basin-fill aquifers in the arid to semiarid Southwest, and of the natural and human factors that affect the water quality in these aquifers.
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