The focus of the conference, titled Lakes, Rivers, Groundwater, and Coastal Areas: Understanding Linkages, is on lake and reservoir systems and their hydrological linkages to upstream and downstream river systems. Organizers have designed the conference to provide an interactive international forum for the exchange of knowledge and experiences related to lakes and the water systems that support them.
by Jared Andersen from KRWG. It contains footage of NMSU and NSF EPSCoR Undergraduate Research Opportunities (UROP) student participation in measuring flows in Rio Hondo in northern New Mexico. Also, there is an interview with one of our collaborators, former Taos county agent Rey Torres. Several participants of the Coupled Natural & Human Systems (CNH) group were also interviewed along with people from different institutions regarding water scarcity issues in New Mexico. The link to watch the video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HIHJ3elW98&feature=channel_video_title
is congressionally authorized to conduct binational scientific research to access systematically priority transboundary aquifers in the border region. Investigations are being conducted in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey and border Water Resources Research Institutes in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, and in collaboration with appropriate state agencies, stakeholders, Mexican counterparts, and the International Boundary and Water Commission. A report has been prepared by the USGS.; Texas AgriLife Research, Texas A&M System; New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute; National Water Commission, Geological Service, Mexico; and the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC), U.S. and Mexico. The report entitled Hydrogeological Activities in the Conejos-Medanos/Mesilla Basin Aquifer, Chihuahua, Phase I and accompanying Appendices are available online.
The IBWC-U.S. Section currently is preparing a webpage for the program, which will post these and future reports.