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Water resources of the middle Rio Grande

New Mexico Decision-Makers Earth Science Field Conference (5th 2007)

Water resources of the middle Rio Grande

San Acacia to Elephant Butte : Decision-Makers Field Conference 2007

by New Mexico Decision-Makers Earth Science Field Conference (5th 2007)

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Published by New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources in Socorro, NM .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrology,
  • Water resources development,
  • Rivers

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSan Acacia to Elephant Butte, Decision-Makers Field Conference 2007
    StatementL. Greer Price, Peggy S. Johnson, and Douglas Bland, editors
    ContributionsNew Mexico. Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB705.N6 N493 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 140 p., [8] plates :
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25262831M
    ISBN 109781883905248
    LC Control Number2007467275
    OCLC/WorldCa144528817

    The Sustainable Water Resources project is funded by the USDA under Grant No. to work with regional stakeholders developing a shared understanding of future scenarios of water availability and use in the Middle Rio Grande valley of southern New Mexico, west Texas, and .   Mid-Rio Grande Levee Task Force Sixth Report to the Water and Natural Resources Committee This report was prepared by the Mid-Rio Grande Levee Task Force, under the direction of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District in cooperation with the Mid-Region Council of Governments of New Mexico and the.

    The data collected on the refuge helps inform management decisions on restoration of Middle Rio Grande Habitats and education and community engagement programs throughout Albuquerque’s South Valley. Attribution: Water Resources, National Water Quality Program, Region 6: Arkansas-Rio Grande-Texas-Gulf, Texas Water Science Center. "The Middle Rio Grande Urban Water Project will work to protect, restore and revitalize urban water resources in the Middle Rio Grande Area and the watershed associated with the project focus areas identified by the Partnership. The Partnership will use the mission, vision and principles of the National Urban Waters Federal Partnership to guide.

    The Middle Rio Grande—including major tributaries such as the Santa Fe River, Las Huertas Creek, Jemez River, Rio Puerco, and Rio Salado—dra square miles (Fig. 41). Headwater elevations range from 8, to 12, feet, and the Rio Grande channel in the Middle Valley reach descends from 5, feet at Cochiti to 4, feet at. Glenn Jarvis, Esq., has more than 40 years of experience in the field of water law. He is a recognized authority in the law of the Rio Grande, surface water law in general, and special issues of western water law. This site shares Mr. Jarvis' substantial first-hand knowledge of and experience in helping shape the principles and policies that underlie modern water law and their implementation.


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Water resources of the middle Rio Grande by New Mexico Decision-Makers Earth Science Field Conference (5th 2007) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book/Printed Material Water resources of the middle Rio Grande: San Acacia to Elephant Butte: Decision-Makers Field Conference San Acacia to Elephant Butte / Decision-Makers Field Conference Other resources; Descriptions of US Geological Survey Report Series Contact; Search Search.

Ground-water resources of the middle Rio Grande basin, New Mexico Ground-water resources of the middle Rio Grande basin, New Mexico: Series title: Circular: Series number: ISBN: DOI: /cir Edition-Year Published: The Middle Rio Grande Basin, as defined for this study, is the area within the Rio Grande Valley extending from about Cochiti Lake downstream to about San Acacia.

It covers approximately 3, square miles in central New Mexico, encompassing parts of Santa Fe, Sandoval, Bernalillo, Valencia, Socorro, Torrance, and Cibola Counties and includes a ground-water basin composed of the Santa.

WATER RESOURCES OF THE MIDDLE RIO GRANDE 1 This year’s decision-makers field conference, on water issues in the Middle Rio Grande region, again deals with some of the most difficult and con- tentious topics in New Mexico science and politics.

"This USGS fact sheet is a brief summary of USGS Circular 'Ground-water resources of the Middle Rio Grande Basin, New Mexico' by J.R. Bartolino and J.C. Cole."--P. [6]. Includes bibliographical references (p. [6]). Subjects: Groundwater -- New Mexico. | Groundwater -- Rio Grande Watershed.

Other authors/contributors. Middle Rio Grande Assessment for Maintenance Planning World Environmental and Water Resources Congress Crossing Boundaries July Risk Analysis of the Treaty between the United States and Mexico for the Rio Grande/Bravo Basin.

In this report, “Middle Rio Grande Basin” refers to the geologic basin defined by the extent of deposits of Cenozoic age along the Rio Grande from about Cochiti Dam to about San Acacia. Inthe population of the Middle Rio Grande Basin was aboutor about 38 percent of the population of New Mexico (U.S.

Census Bureau, a. simulation of ground-water flow in the middle rio grande between cochiti and san acacia, new mexico U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report81 pages (Published ) By Douglas P. McAda and Peggy Barroll. WATER RESOURCES OF THE MIDDLE RIO GRANDE THE MIDDLE RIO GRANDE TODAY feet wide and is meandering near San Acacia, becoming more braided downstream.

This stretch of river contains two parallel channels: the mainstem Rio Grande and the Low Flow Conveyance Channel. The Low Flow Conveyance. Rio Grande Compact. The State Engineer hereby defines the Middle Rio Grande Administrative Area (MRGAA), as the area shown in Figure 1, which includes the areal extent of the alluvial aquifer known to be in hydrologic connection with the Rio Grande in the Middle Rio Grande basin.

These guidelines embody the Water Rights Division’s current. A Cultural Resources Overview of the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico Linda S.

Cordell Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southwestern Region, - Excavations (Archaeology). Water resources of the middle Rio Grande. Socorro, NM: New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L Greer Price; Peggy S Johnson; Douglas M Bland; New Mexico.

Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources. Get this from a library. Ground-water resources of the Middle Rio Grande Basin, New Mexico. [James R Bartolino; James C Cole; Geological Survey (U.S.)].

Middle Rio Grande Region 3. Strategy Chosen to Maximize Public Participation 4. Public Participation in the Planning Process 5.

Current Legal Issues 6. Water Resources Assessment for the Planning Region 7. Current Water Demand and No-Action Future Water Demand 8. Water Plan Alternative Actions and Evaluation 9.

Scenarios of Alternative. Ground-Water Resources of the Middle Rio Grande Basin, New Mexico Circular: A summary of the current understanding of the hydrologic system of the Middle Rio Grande Basin written for a non-technical audience.

This report includes new scientific findings by. Price determination and efficiency in the market for water rights in New Mexico's Middle Rio Grande Basin. International Journal of Water Resources Development: Vol.

29, No. 4, pp. Elevations within the Rio Grande drainage area vary from o ft. to 4, ft., while annual precipitation varies from 4 to 18 inches. Project lands of the Middle Rio Grande Project are located within the boundaries of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District (MRGCD).

The Rio Grande Basin Study in New Mexico is focused on the Middle Rio Grande from the Colorado-New Mexico border to Elephant Butte Reservoir. The Eloy and Maricopa-Stanfield groundwater basins in Southern Arizona encompass most of the corridor between Phoenix and Tucson.

Cooperative Water Resources Modeling in the Middle Rio Grande Basin A collaboration between the Middle Rio Grande Water Assembly, the Mid-Region Council of Governments, the Utton Transboundary Resources Center, Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) Geoscience and Environment Center, the SNL Small Business Assistance Program, and the State of New.

The Middle Rio Grande Water Supply Study was initiated in June as a joint project of the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission and the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers. The study was conducted as the first step of a broad regional water planning process, addressing the question, "What is the water supply for the region?". Case studies in the development of New Mexico water resources institutions, the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District and urban water pricing: Publication Type: Book: Place Published: Las Cruces, NM: Publisher: New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute: Year: Keywords: Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District (N.M.), Municipal water.

Water rights in the Middle and Lower Rio Grande are served by the Falcon-Amistad reservoir system. Water below Lake Amistad is allocated on an account basis, much like having a bank account with a constantly changing balance.Groundwater inflow/outflow to the river system was characterized through MODFLOW simulation.

Monte Carlo simulation of the river system water budget was conducted to characterize the probabilistic nature of the overall water supply and likelihood of meeting Rio Grande Compact obligations under several potential future development conditions.