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News Archive - 2013

AtlanticCouncil_SandiaLogoTRANSFORMATIONAL SOLUTIONS FOR WATER IN THE WEST

September 5, 2013

Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico

in collaboration with
THE NEW MEXICO WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH INSTITUTE

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the roundtable “Transformational Solutions for Water in the West” on September 5 at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The roundtable discussion will focus on urban solutions, governance solutions, management and research solutions, and challenges and opportunities in transforming ideas into policy. We are also pleased to introduce our keynote speaker, Senator Tom Udall.Please contact us at energy@acus.org or 202-701-7727 with your confirmation and with any questions you may have. We hope you can join us and are looking forward to your active participation throughout the discussions. Program can be viewed at:https://nmwrri.nmsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/news/TransformationalSolutionsForWaterInTheWestRoundtable.pdf
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News Archive - 2014

NM Interstate Stream Commission announces the Lower Rio Grande water planning region public meeting on May 21, 2014, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Doña Ana County Commission Chambers.

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(Santa Fe) -The New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission (ISC) has initiated public meetings within the 16 New Mexico water planning regions. The purpose of these meetings is two-fold: to provide information about the two-year regional and state water update process and to initiate the re-establishment of regional steering committees.

For additional information, contact Lela Hunt, Public Information Officer at 505-699-4923 or follow link: Lower Rio Grande water planning region for May 21, 2014.

 

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News Archive - 2012

Technical Completion Report 358, “Utilization of Saline and Other Impaired Waters for Turfgrass Irrigation”

by Bernd Leinauer of the Department of Extension Plant Sciences; Elena Sevostianova and Casey Johnson of the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University is now available online.

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News Archive - 2012

The April 2012 issue of the Divining Rod newsletter

is now available online.

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News Archive - 2013

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Craig Roepke – NM Office of the State Engineer

to discuss the current status of the 2004 Arizona Water Settlements Act/Gila Settlement Planning process. Tuesday, August 13, 2013, O’Niell’s Pub, Albuquerque. Review upcoming event at http://state.awra.org/new_mexico/index.html

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News Archive - 2014

Fiscal Year 2015 Request for Proposals

NM WRRI Faculty Water Research Grant Program

Closing Date: 5:00 p.m., May 21, 2014

RFP available at FY 2015 NM WRRI Faculty Research Program

The New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute (NM WRRI) announces availability of funding for its Faculty Water Research Grant Program. Funds have been made available through the New Mexico State Legislature with the support of the Governor to support targeted research to improve management of the waters of New Mexico. In this solicitation, NM WRRI expects to fund about four $30,000 grants with state funding for FY 2015.

Proposals are sought from researchers in any academic discipline at a New Mexico university. For this funding cycle, proposals are sought in three priority topic areas:

• integrated statewide water budget
• water policy for planning
• water-supply innovation

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News Archive - 2015

60th Annual New Mexico Water Conference

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Coloring Outside the Lines:
Can Science Help Us Be Creative and Innovative  in Managing Our Water?

 

Join us this fall for the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute’s 60th annual conference. New Mexico’s premier annual water conference will be held in the beautiful and friendly town of Taos on October 8-9, 2015. The conference program promises to be a catalyst that encourages discussion about the relationship between our water supply challenges and our management opportunities and constraints. We expect over 250 participants at this year’s conference representing academia, local, state and federal agencies as well as tribal leaders, attorneys, representatives of community water interests, and many other stakeholders.

To register for the conference click here: 60th WRRI Water Conference Website

 

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News Archive - 2015

The December 2014 issue of the Divining Rod newsletter is now available online at:

Divining Rod Newsletter – 2014

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News Archive - 2015

Technical Completion Report 366

Technical Completion Report 366, “Validation, Calibration, and Improvement of Remote Sensing ET Algorithms in Mountainous Regions Using Scintillometers”, by Jan M.H. Hendrickx, Hydrology Program, Department of Earth & Environmental Science, New Mexico Tech and Jan Kleissl, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California at San Diego (Formerly at Hydrology Program Department of Earth & Environmental Science New Mexico Tech)

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60th Annual New Mexico Water Conference

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Coloring Outside the Lines:
Can Science Help Us Be Creative and Innovative  in Managing Our Water?

Join us this fall for the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute’s 60th annual conference. New Mexico’s premier annual water conference will be held in the beautiful and friendly town of Taos on October 8-9, 2015. The conference program promises to be a catalyst that encourages discussion about the relationship between our water supply challenges and our management opportunities and constraints. We expect over 250 participants at this year’s conference representing academia, local, state and federal agencies as well as tribal leaders, attorneys, representatives of community water interests, and many other stakeholders.   To register for the conference click here: 60th WRRI Water Conference Website