New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute

New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute

Technical Reports

keywordsIDDate PublishedFull TitleAuthors
Water scarcity; indirect potable
reuse; direct potable reuse; t
reatment costs; present
worth; resource management; sustainable community planning;
TR376April 2017The Cost of Direct and Indirect Potable Water Reuse in a Medium
Sized Arid Inland Community
J Herman
C Scruggs
produced water; water quality; NM WAIDS;TR375October 2016Accessing Produced Water Data in New Mexico: Improving and Updating the NM Produced Water Quality Database and Web Site M Cather
C Gallegos
D Chen
high internal phase emulsion; polymerization;arsenic removal; heavy metal; water contamination; porous polymer; filtration; nanoparticle;TR374October 2016Arsenic Removal from Water by Porous Polymers R Foudazi
R Zowada
A Malakian
microbial fuel cell; desalination; capacitive deionization; produced water treatment;
organic removal; bioelectrochemical processes
TR373July 2016Self-Sustaining Produced Water Treatment for Concurrent Renewable Energy Production, Desalination and Organic RemovalP Xu,
Z Stoll
water table, water quality, Rio Grande, New Mexico-Texas border, surface groundwater interactions, river flow, Elephant Butte Irrigation District, monitoring wells, flow modelingTR372April 2016Assessment of Water Table and Water Quality Variations with Respect to the River Flow Along the Rio Grande Between Garfield NM and the New Mexico – Texas Border B Stringam,
M Shukla,
B Nana O Kuffour
Discharge, evapotranspiration, precipitation, water budget, dryland, climate change, equifinality, computer modeling, catchment, storageTR371March 2016Doing Hydrology Backwards in New Mexico to Estimate a Statewide Water BudgetC. Herrington, RG Pinzón
water law, policy, water resilience, management, drought, planning, water rights, water
banking, water storage
TR370February 2016Water Resilience in a Time of Uncertainty:
How Can Our Water Laws and Policies Better Support Water
Resilience?
A Oglesby
Dairy, CAFOs, livestock manure, nitrates, algae, bioenergy, life cycle assessment, cost-benefit analysis, sensitivity analysisTR369December 2015Exploring Policy Alternatives for Controlling Nitrate Pollution from New Mexico's DairiesJ Wang,
JR Joshi
Lepidium alyssoides, L. draba, L. latifolium, Phaseolus vulgaris, Gossypium hirsutum, sodium, chloride, Chihuahuan Desert, evapotranspiration, soil water, seed germination, anthropogenic disturbance, salinization, wastewaterTR368November 2015Drought, Salinity, and Invasive Plants: A New Model for Sustainable Water ManagementGA Picchioni,
TN Hooks,
BJ Schutte,
DL Daniel
TR367July 2015Use of the DRASTIC Model to Evaluate Groundwater Pollution Sensitivity from On-Site Wastewater Systems in the Mesilla BasinJS Walker,
C Brown,
S Fernald
scintillometer network, sensible heat flux, SEBAL, METRIC, New MexicoTR366May 2015Validation, Calibration, and Improvement of Remote Sensing ET Algorithms in Mountainous Regions Using ScintillometersJMH Hendrickx,
J Kleissl
pyrogenic black carbon, soil carbon, carbon cycle, erosion, sedimentation, sootTR365March 2015Distribution and Transport of Pyrogenic Black Carbon in Soils Affected by Wildfires, Valles Caldera, New Mexico, with Implications for Contaminant TransportD Cadol,
A Galanter,
P Nicholls
karst, spring, conduit, hyporheic, computational fluid dynamicsTR362July 2014Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling of Karst Conduit-Matrix Exchanges with Relevance to Contaminant Transport and Chemical ReactionsJL Wilson,
KM Henry
turfgrass, saline water, grasses, saline irrigationTR358February 2012Utilization of Saline and Other Impaired Waters for Turfgrass IrrigationB Leinauer
remote sensin, irrigation, evaptranspiration, satellite imageryTR357December 2010Estimating Water Use Through Satellite Remote SensingAlR Piñón-Villarreal,
ZA Samani,
AS Bawazir,
MP Bleiweiss,
R Skaggs,
VT Tran
market price modeling, water rights, Lower Rio Grande Basin, lrgbTR356November 2010Analysis of Water Rights Prices in New Mexico’s Lower Rio Grande BasinL DeMouche,
S Landfair,
FA Ward
desalination, saline water, solar energy, renewable energyTR355September 2010Sustainable Recovery of Potable Water from Saline WatersNN Khandan,
VG Gude
upper Gila River basin, San Francisco River basin, hydrogeology, GIS, hydrogeologic modelTR354June 2010Digital Hydrogeologic-Framework Model of the San Francisco River Basin, West-Central New Mexico and East-Central ArizonaJW Hawley,
BVNP Kambhammettu,
BJ Creel
Southern Jornada, numerical model, MODFLOW – 2000, groundwaterTR352February 2010Simulation of Groundwater Flow in the Southern Jornada Del Muerto Basin, Dona Ana County, New MexicoBVNP Kambhammettu,
P Allena ,
JP King
wastewater, sodicity, salinity, hydraulic conductivity, available water content, uniformity coefficientTR351January 2010Land Application of Industrial Effluent on a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem: Impact on Soil Physical and Hydraulic PropertiesMK Shukla,
JG Mexal,
GA Picchioni,
T Sammis,
D Daniel,
P Adhikari,
M Babcock
groundwater, surface water flows, modflow-2005 , farm process, RinconTR350December 2009Conjunctive Surface-Water / Groundwater Model in the Southern Rincon Valley Using Modflow-2005 with the Farm ProcessW Schmid,
JP King,
T Maddock
water quality, water flows, Rio Grande Project, Paso del Norte watershedTR349December 2009Hydrogeologic Framework of the Binational Western Hueco Bolson-Paso del Norte Area, Texas, New Mexico, and Chihuahua: Overview and Progress Report on Digital-Model DevelopmentJW Hawley,
JF Kennedy,
A Granados-Olivas,
MA Ortiz
water quality, water flows, Rio Grande Project, Paso del Norte watershedTR348 INovember 2009The Development of a Coordinated Database for Water Resources and Flow Model in the Paso del Norte Watershed (Phase III) Part I Lower Rio Grande Flood Control Model [LRGFCM] RiverWare Model DevelopmentS Tillery,
ZSheng,
JP King,
B Creel,
C Brown,
A Michelsen,
R Srinivasan,
A Granados
water quality, water flows, Rio Grande Project, Paso del Norte watershed standard ,land use change sprawl,TR348 IINovember 2009The Development of a Coordinated Database for Water Resources and Flow Model in the Paso del Norte Watershed (Phase III) Part II Availability of Flow and Water Quality Data for the Rio Grande Project AreaS Tillery,
ZSheng,
JP King,
B Creel,
C Brown,
A Michelsen,
R Srinivasan,
A Granados
water quality, water flows, Paso del Norte watershed, GIS, Valle de Juárez Irrigation District 009 standard, land use change sprawlTR348 IIINovember 2009The Development of a Coordinated Database for Water Resources and Flow Model in the Paso del Norte Watershed (Phase III) Part III GIS Coverage for the Valle de Juárez Irrigation District 009 (ID-009) (Distrito de Riego 009) Chihuahua, MexicoA Granados
water quality, nonpoint pollution, risk aversion, agriculture, regulation, tax, standard, land use change, sprawlTR346December 2008Water Quality And Land Use: Implications For Regulation And Urban PlanningGA Aldrich,
J Chermak,
JA Thacher
climate change, hydrologic response unit, modeling, precipitation, semiarid, streamflow, stochastic, system dynamics, watershedTR345October 2008Development and Testing of a Semi-Distributed Watershed Model: Case Studies Exploring the Impact of Climate Variability and Change in the Rio SaladoCA Aragón,
ER Vivoni
Paso del Norte watershed, water resources database, GIS, ArcIMS, data sharing and transfer, user needs assessment, Rio rande, Rio Grande Project, gage station, surface water flow, groundwater, downloadable Microsoft Access databaseTR344August 2008Installation of River and Drain Instrumentation Stations to Monitor Flow and Water Quality and Internet Data SharingZ Sheng,
C Brown,
B Creel,
R Srinivasan,
A Michelsen,
MP Fahy
Solar collector, direct contact membrane distillation, modeling, temperature polarization coefficient, tpc, heat transfer coefficient, membrane distillation coefficient, mdc, permeate stream water fluxTR342January 2008Solar Desalination of Brackish Water Using Membrane Distillation ProcessS Deng
water resource database, Paso del Norte region, GIS mapping, spatial query capacity, data sharingTR341October 2007Phase II Final Project Report Paso del Norte Watershed Council Coordinated Water Resources Database and GIS ProjectC Brownm,
Z Sheng,
M Bourdon
biofouling, produced water, bacterial cannibalism, membrane desalinationTR338July 2007Mitigation of Membrane Biofouling by Harnessing Bacterial CannibalismF Huang,
S Rogelj
Rio Grande, flow data, hydrological modeling, flood control, coordinated database, GIS, web data portalTR337December 2006The Development of a Coordinated Database for Water Resources and Flow Model in the Paso del Norte WatershedS Tillery,
ZSheng,
JP King,
B Creel,
C Brown,
A Michelsen,
R Srinivasan,
A Granados
irrigation, canal lining, Arch Hurley, canal seepageTR335June 2006Study of Potential Water Salvage on the Tucumcari Project Arch Hurley Conservancy District Phase I: A Pre-appraisal-level Study of the Potential Amount of Water That May Be Saved, and the Costs of Alternative Methods of Reducing Carriage Losses from District CanalsJP King,
JW Hawley,
JW Hernandez,
JF Kennedy,
E Martinez
Cyprinidae, development, egg drift, egg buoyancy, endangered species, fish eggs, fluvial transport, ontogeny, minnow, osmotic flux, pelagic, pelagophilTR334May 2005Effects of Salinity and Suspended Sediment on Physical Properties of the Egg of the Rio Grande Silvery Minnow (Hybognathus amarus)DE Cowley,
J Alleman,
RR McShane,
PD Shirey,
R Sallenave
vegetation, Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, conveyance, Bosque del ApacheTR333January 2005Terrestrial Vegetation Inventory of Water Delivery Systems Between San Acacia Diversion and the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife RefugeJ Boren,
TT Baker,
D Cowley,
G Mason,
S Eaton,
B Hurd
Hydrogeologic framework, GIS, Geographic Information Systems, Mesilla Basin, Jornada del Muerto BasinTR332June 2004Creation of a Digital Hydrogeologic Framework Model of the Mesilla Basin and Southern Jornada del Muerto BasinJW Hawley,
JF Kennedy
laser, laser-based detection system, water-borne microbial pathogensTR331June 2004Development of a Laser-Based Detection System for Water-Borne PathogensGB Smith,
KH Oshima
Lower Rio Grande, salinity, Mesilla Basin, hydrogeologic, geochemical, groundwaterTR330February 2004Sources of Salinity in the Rio Grande and Mesilla Basin GroundwaterJC Witcher,
JP King,
JW Hawley,
JF Kennedy,
J Williams,
M Cleary,
LR Bothern
Evapotranspiration, saltcedar, Elephant Butte Reservoir, Lower Rio Grande, Soil SalinityTR328November 2006A Joint Investigation of Evapotranspiration Depletion of Treated and Non-Treated Saltcedar at the Elephant Butte Delta, New MexicoAS Bawazir,
JP King,
S Kidambi,
B Tanzy,
F Nibling,
NHT Stowe,
MJ Fahl
Lower Rio Grande, Paso del Norte, watershed, databaseTR327January 2004Paso del Norte Watershed Council Coordinated Water Resources Database ProjectC Brown,
Z Sheng,
M Rich
Lower Rio Grande, surface water treatment, governanceTR325December 2002Review of Institutional Governance Structures for Surface Water Treatment Plants for the Lower Rio Grande of New MexicoS Whitcomb-Thomas
Dihaloethanes, dehalogenase, biodegradation, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), enzyme activityTR324June 2002Genetic Techniques for the Verification and Monitoring of Dihaloethane Biodegradation in New Mexico AquifersRA Reiss,
P Guerra
GIS, framework data, mapsTR322May 2002Creating a Single Map: Regional Geographic Information System to support water planning in the Paso del Norte RegionJF Kennedy,
AG Olivas,
R Aldouri,
Dr. R Keller,
Dr. BJ Creel,
M Cleary,
J Chavez,
H Rojas,
N Reyes,
V Vargas
F Rueda,
B Martinez,
O Aragones,
A Rueda,
R Valenzuela
flash flooding, high intensity short duration precipitation, distributed GIS hydrological modeling, runoffTR321March 2002A Flash Flood Prediction Model for Rural and Urban Basins in New MexicoS Snell,
K Gregory
arsenic, irrigation, water quality, monitoringTR320February 2002Arsenic and Arsenic Species in the Rio Grande, and the effect on irrigated landsDI Norman
LM Dilley
precipitation, soil moisture-rainfall feedback, land cover, semiarid environments, shrub-ecotone, surface energy balanceTR318June 2001The Influence of Soil Moisture on the Surface Energy Balance in Semiarid EnvironmentsEE Small,
S Kurc
drought, Rio Grande Basin, economics, hydrology, law management, policyTR317February 2001Institutional adjustments for coping with prolonged and severe drought in the Rio Grande BasinFA Ward,
R Young,
R Lacewell,
JP King,
M Frasier,
JT McGuckin,
C DuMars,
J Booker,
J Ellis,
R Srinivasan
ultrafiltration, waterborne virus, poliovirus, enterovirus, Cryptosporidium parvumTR316February 2001Efficient and predictable recovery of viruses and Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts from water by ultrafiltration systemsKH Oshima
demand estimation, conservation methods, experimental methodsTR315February 2001The Impact of Heterogeneous Consumer Response on Water Conservation GoalsJM Chermak,
K Krause
sodium chloride, clay membrane, hyperfiltrationTR314February 2001Hyperfiltration-Induced Precipitation of Sodium ChlorideTM Whitworth,
C Gu
groundwater, lasers, magnetic susceptibility, instrumentationTR313February 2001Detection of Groundwater Through Ultra-Sensitive Magnetic Measurements with Ultra-Short Pulse LasersJC Diels
biosensors, Cryptosporidium, environmental monitoringTR311May 2000Miniaturized DNA Biosensor System for Detecting Cryptosporidium in Water SamplesJoseph Wang
diffuse areal recharge, vadose zone, unsaturated flowTR309June 1998Temporal Variability of Diffuse Groundwater Recharge in New MexicoAK Kearns,
JMH Hendrickx
pesticides, nitrate, recharge, salinity, irrigation, preferential flow , leaching pollutionTR308June 1998Determination of Agricultural Chemical Impacts on Shallow Groundwater Quality in the Rio Grande Valley: Las Nutrias Groundwater ProjectRS Bowman,
JMH Hendrickx
arsenic, drinking waters, remediation, methylarsenate, dimethylarsenate, treatmentTR307June 1998Arsenic Remediation in Drinking Waters Using Ferrate and Ferrous IonsCM Vogels,
MD Johnson
mercury, water, sediment, aridlands reservoirsTR306May 1998Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Mercury in Caballo and Elephant Butte Reservoirs, Sierra County, New MexicoCA Caldwell,
CM Canavan
aquifer sensitivity, Mesilla Valley, DRASTIC, simulation, geographic information system, best management practices, water qualityTR305May 1998Ground-Water Aquifer Sensitivity Assessment and Management Practices Evaluation for Pesticides in the Mesilla Valley of New MexicoBJ Creel,
TW Sammis,
JF Kennedy,
DO Sitze,
D Asare,
HC Monger,
ZA Samani
membrane processes, chemical precipitation, clays, heavy metals, contaminant, physiochemical propertiesTR303November 1997Geologic Membrane Controls on Saturated Zone Heavy Metal TransportTM Whitworth;
GDeRosa
toxic herbicides, bacteria, measurements, persistenceTR301January 1997Determining the Toxicity of Herbicides Using a Novel MethodJL Botsford
humic acids, chemical treatment, biomass, chelating agents, heavy metalsTR300August 1996Selective Removal of Toxic Heavy Metals from Contaminated Water Supplies Using Immobilized Humic SubstancesRayson, G.D.;
Stark, P.C.;
Haskins, W.E.;
Lin, S.;
Xia H.
arid lands biochemistry, cyanophyta, plant physiology, proteins, salt tolerance, water stress, water conservationTR299May 1996Expression and Function of a Highly Conserved Water Stress ProteinLammers, Peter;
Bongianni, Julie;
Shahram, Mori
arid lands biochemistry, cyanophyta, plant physiology, proteins, salt tolerance, water stress, water conservationTR298May 1996Biodegradation of Trihalomethanes and other Halogenated Aliphatic CompoundsSmith, Geoffrey B.
unstable wetting fronts, vadose zone, unsaturated flowTR296April 1996Wetting Front Instability in the Vadose Zone of New Mexico’s SoilsJan M.H. Hendrickx;
Tzung-mow (Mike) Yao
genetic algorithm, water resources, management, optimizationTR295November 1995Economic Optimization of River Management Using Genetic AlgorithmsKing, J. Phillip;
Ward, Frank A.;
Fahmy, Hazem S.;
Wentzel, Mark W.
fluorobenzoates, tracers, chromatography, solid-phase extractionTR294September 1995An Expanded Suite of Tracers for Hydrological InvestigationsBowman, Robert S.;
Benson, Carl F.;
Verploegh, Jeanne
arsenic, arsenate, chemical precipitation, ferric iron, groundwater, water treatmentTR293September 1995Arsenate Precipitation Using Ferric Iron in Acidic ConditionsCadena, Fernando;
Kirk, Tim L.
fisheries, management, computer modelsTR292July 1995User’s Guide for RIOFISH: A Comprehensive Management System Model for New Mexico SportfisheriesCole, Richard A.;
Green-Hammond, Katherine A.;
Ward, Frank A.;
Ward, Tim J.;
Deitner, Robert A.
fisheries, management, computer modelsTR291July 1995RIOFISH: A Comprehensive Management System Model for New Mexico SportfisheriesCole, Richard A.;
Ward, Timothy;
Ward, Frank;
Deitner, Robert;
Rodden, Robert;
Bolton, Susan;
Green-Hammond, Katherine
plant stress, drought, water conservation, cotton, alfalfa, crops, genetics, plant tissuesTR289December 1994Somatic Cell Selection to Genetically Improve Plant Water-Use Efficiency and Tolerance to StressesPhillips, G.C.;
Saavedra, R.;
Kuehn, G.D.
Landslide materials, stream channels, watershed modelingTR288September 1994Modeling Delivery of Landslide Materials to StreamsWard, Tim J.
Subsurface-flow constructed wetland, sewage treatment, biochemical oxygen demand, fecal coliform, total oliform, nitrogen, aquatic ecosystems, microbial/plant interactions, marsh plants, multiculture, Phragmites, Scirpus, Typha, reed, bulrush, cattailTR287June 1994Evaluation of a Subsurface Flow Wetland Processing Sewage from the Sevilleta LTER Field StationEleonora H. Trotter;
Bruce Thomson;
Ross Coleman
Depleted Uranium, erosion, Flume Study, Overland Flow, Radioactivity, Rainfall Simulation, Sediment TransportTR286June 1994Modeling Erosion and Transport of Depleted Uranium, Yuma Proving GroundWard, T.J.;
Stevens, K.A.
wastewater biosolids, plant response, soil organic matter, soil organic carbon, plant nutrients, heavy metals, plant litter decomposition, above- and below-ground plant response, runoff, sediment yield, erosionTR285April 1994Sewage Sludge Application in Semiarid Grasslands: Effects on Vegetation and Water QualityRichard Aguilar;
Samuel R. Loftin;
Tim J. Ward;
Kenny A. Stevens;
James R. Gosz
Anglers, harvest, fishing effort, surveysTR283March 1994A Comparison of Telephone, Mail and Creel Survey Results for Angler Success and Time Spent Fishing in Six New Mexico LakesCole, R.;
Deitner, R.;
Neumann, R.; Hatch, M.
heat flow, temperature, groundwater, thermal conductivity, flow, aquiferTR282February 1994A Hydrothermal Study to Estimate Vertical Groundwater Flow in the Canutillo Well Field, between Las Cruces and El PasoWade, S.C.;
Reiter, M.
cyanide, biodegradation, bacteria, water quality, water pollution prevention, biological treatment, dissociationTR281April 1994Assessment of Biological Treatments to Remediate Cyanide Heap-Leached OreMarkwiese, J.T.;
Dahm, C.N.
Model, sport fisheries, benefit-cost, fish habitatTR280December 1993Analysis of Central Arizona Angler Opportunity and Benefits Gained by Installing Artificial Habitat in Saguaro Lake, Based on Adaptation of the Comprehensive Management Planning Model, RIOFISHCole, R.A.;
Ward, F.A.;
Ward, T.J.;
Deitner, R.A.;
Bolton, S.M.;
Fiore, J.
three-dimensional anisotropy, well hydraulics, pumping tests, Laplace-Hankel solutions, mapping functions, drawdown data analysisTR279November 1993Determination of Three-Dimensional Aquifer Anisotropy of an Unconfined Aquifer under Partially Penetrating Pumping ConditionsChen, C.-S.;
Holmes, C.;
Weidong,
L.;
Chace, D.;
Fort, M.;
Jingfang, H.;
Liu, J.
simulated rainfail, soil erosion, Sediment Transport, infiltration, runoff plotTR278May 1993Rainfall Simulation to Estimate Potential Sediment Loadings to the Albuquerque North Diversion ChannelWard, T.J.
water pollution, groundwater, septic tanks, nitrogen, rotating biological contactorTR277May 1993Onsite Treatment of Septic Tank Effluent: An Evaluation of Rotating Biological Contactor CapabilitiesJacquez, R.B.;
Vora, F.;
Zaidan, N.A-K.
Atmospheric Processes, Climate, Rainfall, Rainfall-Runoff Models, Weather Data CollectionTR276March 1993Analysis of Relationships Between Lightning, Precipitation, and RunoffGosz, J.R.;
Moore, D.I.;
Grover, H.D.;
Rison, W.;
Rison, C.;
Ward, T.J.;
Stevens, K.A.;
Bolton, S.M.
air pollution, Atmospheric Processes, organic compoundsTR275March 1993Air Quality Studies in Albuquerque, New MexicoPopp, C.J.
fissures, land subsidence, overdraft, soil mechanics, stressTR274February 1993Tilting of Surficial Strata and Groundwater Level Fluctuations in the Subsiding Mimbres Basin, New MexicoHaneberg, W.C.;
Friesen, R.L.
Contaminant transport, groundwater recharge, infiltration, model studies, soil physics, solute transport, unsaturated flowTR272November 1992Preferential Flow Effects on Chemical Transport and Retardation in SoilsEconomy, K.;
Bowman, R.S.
Groundwater quality, Lagoons, Sewer systemsTR271October 1992Developing Criteria for Small On-Site Sewage Treatment Systems: Two Case StudiesKing, J.P.;
Fahmy, H.S.;
Blair, A.W.;
Jacquez, R.
groundwater, low volatile organics ,cascade air stripping, air stripping, carbon adsorption, cost analysisTR270September 1992Low Volatile Organics in Groundwater: Techno-Economic Evaluation of an Innovative Treatment ProcessKhandan, N.N.;
Peace, G.L.;
Shanbhag, A.R.
Climate, isotopes, lakes, arid climates, time-series analysisTR269August 1992A Reconstruction of the Response of the Water Balance in Western United States Lake Basins to Climatic ChangePhillips, F.M.;
Campbell, A.R.;
Kruger, C.;
Johnson, P.;
Roberts, R.;
Keyes, E.
fluid flow hydrogeology, model studies, oil-water interfaces, organic compounds, pollutants, soil chemistry, soil physics, water qualityTR268August 1992The Effects of Wetting on Transport of Organics in GroundwaterBowman, R.S.;
Wilson, J.L.
water rights, Transfers, New Mexico, Public WelfareTR267August 1992Transfers of Water Use in New MexicoBrown, F.L.;
DuMars, C.;
Minnis, M.;
Anderson Smasal S.;
Kennedy, D.;
Urban, J.A.
Education, Aquatic Environment, Ecology, Natural Waters, Toxicity, Toxins, water pollution, water qualityTR266February 1992Aquatic Ecology/Toxicology and Lab Course DevelopmentWhite, C.S.
benzene, 1-trichloroethane, TCA, biodegradation, aquifer contamination, redox effects, pre-exposureTR264February 1992Effects of Aquifer Environmental Factors on Biodegradation of Organic ContaminantsWatwood, M.E.;
Dahm, C.N.
Water Use efficiency, alfalfa, crop, agriculture water use, soil salinationTR263July 1992Increased Water-Use Efficiency in Alfalfa by Selection for Two Key, Heritable Physiological TraitsGutschick, V.P.;
Currier, C.G.
Contaminant transport, groundwater recharge, hydrogeology, infiltration, model studies, soil physics, solute ransport, stochastic hydrology, unsaturated flowTR262December 1991Study of Multidimensional Flow and Transport in the Vadose ZoneBowman, R.S.;
Stephens, D.B.
groundwater quality, contaminant, numerical models, aquifer dischargeTR261November 1991Groundwater Quality in Pumping Wells Located Near Surface Water BodiesWilson, J.L.;
Linderfelt, W.R.
Ground water recharge, Evapotranspiration, infiltration, Arid-Land HydrologyTR260July 1991Field Analysis on the Role of Three-Dimensional Moisture Flow in Ground-Water Recharge and EvapotranspirationStephens, D.B.;
Hicks, E.; Stein, T.
pinyon-juniper, computer models, data collection, hydrologic models, hydrologic processes, infiltration, parametric hydrology, runoff plot, sediment yield, simulated rainfall, soil erosion, nutrientsTR259July 1991Hydrologic Parameters for Selected Soils in Arizona and New Mexico as Determined by Rainfall SimulationWard, T.J.;
Bolton, S.M.
algae, brackish water, plant lipidsTR258June 1991Lipid Production from Algae Grown in Saline Water Using Low Intensity Culture TechniquesHerman, R. Peter
aquifer characteristics, hydrogeology, sedimentation, solute transport, stochastic processTR256April 1991Alluvial Aquifer Heterogeneities in the Rio Grande Valley: Implications for Ground Water ContaminationDavis, J.M.;
Colarullo, S.J.;
Lohmann, R.C;
Phillips, F.M.
water transfers, water law ,water management, regional planning, hydrologic modelling, Public WelfareTR255 IJune 1991Expediting Changes in Water Use Hydrologic Criteria and Market TransactionsNunn, S.C.;
Ben-David, S.;
Urban, J.;
Shomaker, J.W.
water transfers, water law, water management, regional planning, hydrologic modelling, Public WelfareTR255 IIJune 1991Use of Hydrologic Criteria to Expedite Changes in Water Use in the Mimbres Basin, New MexicoBlair, A.W.;
Stevens, K.
Adsorption, Hazardous Materials, organic compounds, clays, pollutants, Ground Water PollutionTR254November 1990Regenerative Properties of Spent Tailored SoilsCadena, F.C.;
Cazares, E.
Fishery management planning model, spotfishery, New Mexico reservoirsTR253December 1990Riofish, A Fishery Management Planning Model for New Mexico ReservoirsCole, R.A.;
Ward, T.J.;
Ward, F.A.;
Deitner, R.;
Bolton, S.M.;
Fiore, J.;
Green-Hammond, K.
Fishery management model, New Mexico reservoirs, fisheries, TR252December 1990User’s Guide for Riofish: A Fishery Management Model for Large New Mexico ReservoirsGreen-Hammond, K.;
Cole, R.A.;
Ward, F.A.;
Ward, T.J.;
Bolton, S.;
Deitner, R.A.;
Fiore, J.
speciation, trace metals, water measurements, Toxicity, water quality, heavy metalsTR251August 1990New Approaches to Metal Speciation in Natural Waters Based on Modified and Microvoltammetric ElectrodesWang, J.
Liquid Organics, Spills, Leaks, Hazardous Wastes, organic liquid pollutionTR250April 1990Laboratory Investigation of Residual Liquid Organics from Spills, Leaks, and the Disposal of Hazardous Wastes in Groundwater (EPA/600/6-90/004)Wilson, J.L.;
Conrad, S.H.;
Mason, W.R.;
Peplinski, W.;
Hagan, E.
aquaculture, clams, algae, oysters, saline waterTR249March 1990Microalgae Production and Shellfish Feeding Trials at the Roswell Test FacilityGoldstein, B.
drought, plant-water relationships, salinity, water use efficiency, genetic engineering, plant physiologyTR247November 1989New Gene Sources for Development of Agronomic Plants with Tolerances to Drought and Other Abiotic StressesKuehn, G.
biotechnology, plant stress, water use efficiencyTR246November 1989Heat Shock Protein Expression in Thermotolerant and Thermosensitive Lines of CottonO’Connell, M.A.
Soil moisture, movement, unsaturated soils, Ground waterTR245October 1989Analysis of Soil-Water Movement on a Sandy Hill SlopeMcCord, J.T.;
Stephens, D.B.
salinity, trickle irrigation, consumptive use, grapes, fruit quality, field studiesTR244August 1989Water Use by and Salinity Effects Upon Trickle Irrigated Grape Production in the Southern Basin and Range Province of New MexicoVan Pelt, R.S.;
Wierenga, P.J.
pinyon-juniper, computer models, data collection, hydrologic models, hydrologic processes, infiltration, parametric hydrology, runoff plot, sediment yield, simulated rainfall, soil erosion, nutrientsTR243June 1989Determination of Hydrologic Parameters for Selected Soils in Arizona and New Mexico Utilizing Rainfall SimulationWard, T.J.;
Bolin, S.
floods, paleohydrology, paleoclimatology, lake basins, geology, Mojave River, climatic dataTR242May 1989Late Quaternary Paleohydrology of the Eastern Mojave River Drainage, Southern California: Quantitative Assessment of the Late Quaternary Hydrologic Cycle in Large Arid WatershedsWells, S.;
Anderson, R.;
McFadden, L.
computer models, data collection, hydrologic models, hydrologic processes, infiltration, parametric hydrology, runoff plot, sediment yield, simulated rainfall, soil erosion nutrientsTR241April 1989A Study of Rainfall Simulators, Runoff and Erosion Processes, and Nutrient Yields on Selected Sites in Arizona and New MexicoWard, T. and Bolin, S.
water treatment, algae, biomass, heavy metal ionsTR240March 1989Removal and Selective Recovery of Heavy Metal Ions from Industrial Waste WatersDarnall, D.;
Gardea-Torresdey, J.
water-use efficiency, irrigation requirements, alfalfa, crop yield, plant physiology, photosynthesisTR239February 1989A Physiological Route to Increased Water Use-Efficiency in AlfalfaGutschick, V.;
Cunningham, G.
TR236January 1989Improving Livestock Tolerance of Toxicants in Kochia Toward Increased Use as a Water-Efficient CropSmith, S.;
Kiesling, H.E;
Hallford, D.M.;
Rankins, D.L.;
Erikson, M.K.;
Finkner, R.E.;
French, C.
stable isotopes, Ground water, recharge, water vapor, deuterium, oxygen, tritium, chlorineTR237February 1989A Stable Isotope Investigation of Vapor Transport During Ground-Water Recharge in New MexicoKnowlton, R.G.;
Phillips, F.M.;
Campbell, A.R.
Adsorption, Hazardous Materials, organic compounds, clays, pollutants, Ground Water PollutionTR235November 1988Treatment of Water Supplies Contaminated with Toxic Pollutants Using Tailored SoilsCadena, F.C.
acid precipitation, diatoms, heavy metals, geochemistry, trace metals, water qualityTR234November 1988Assessing the Sensitivity of High Altitude New Mexican Wilderness Lakes to Acidic Precipitation and Trace Metal ContaminationLynch, T.;
Popp C;
Jacobi, G.;
Robertson, J.
groundwater, stream aquifer interaction, unsaturated zone, groundwater rechargeTR233September 1988Variably Saturated Flow between Streams and AquifersPeterson, D.M.;
Wilson, J.L.
Ground water, surface water, domestic water, irrigation waterTR232May 1988A History of New Mexico State University’s Well Development and Ground Water UseLashway, C.
Channel catfish, saline groundwaters, pecos, aquaculture, fishery productsTR231June 1988Growth of Channel Catfish in Saline Groundwaters of the Pecos Valley of New MexicoTurner, P.R.
salinity, closed system agriculture, Sporobolus, salt tolerance, photosynthesisTR230June 1988Mechanisms of Salt Tolerance in Plants Relevant to Closed System Agriculture in Desert EnvironmentsCunningham, G.;
Neufeld, H.;
Goldring, Y.
groundwater recharge, stream-aquifer interactionTR228January 1988Field Study of Ephemeral Stream Infiltration and RechargeStephens, D.B.;
Havlena, J.;
Cox, W.
Hydrocarbons, natural gas, groundwater contaminationTR227November 1986Hazardous Organic Wastes from Natural Gas Products Processing and Distribution: Environmental FatesEiceman, G.A.
Columbus basin, biological modeling, aquifer parameters storativity, transmissivity, boundary heads, nodal fluxes, CERT, fish biomassTR226September 1987Large Scale Parameter Estimation through the Inverse Procedure and Uncertainty Propagation in the Columbus Basin, New MexicoBlandford, T.N.;
Wilson, J.L.
plant populations, water use efficiency, drought, forage, yield, moisture stressTR225September 1987Irrigation Management Procedures to Maximize Production of Alfalfa Populations Selected for Increased Performance Under Deficit Levels of IrrigationCurrier, C.;
Melton, B.;
Mayernak, J.
computer model, irrigation program, scheduling waterTR224August 1987Development of A Drip Irrigation Scheduling ModelSammis, T.;
Williams, S.;
Jernigan, D.
Socio-economic model, fishery, sportfish, economic valueTR223April 1987A Model for Optimization of Socio-Economic Fishery Value on the Rio Grande in New MexicoCole, R.;
Ward, F.;
Ward, T.,;
Deitner, R.;
Fiore, J.;
Bolin, S.;
Green-Hammond, K.
drought, plant breeding, selection, irrigation, forage, managementTR222May 1987Evaluation of the Potential to Improve Alfalfa for Production Under Less than Optimum Moisture ConditionsCurrier, C.G.;
Melton, B.A.;
Wilson, M.L.
water conservation, alfalfa, crops, plant breeding, genetics, plant tissues, cultureTR221May 1987Somatic Cell Selection Criteria for Water Use Efficiency Using Genetically Differential AlfalfasPhillips, G.C.
groundwater recharge natural chlorine radiosotopes tritium dispersionTR220March 1987Quantification of Groundwater Recharge Rates in New Mexico Using Bomb 36CL, Bomb-3H, and Chloride as Soil-Water TracersMattick, J.L.;
Duval, T.A.;
Phillips, F.
State appropriation, Unappropriated groundwater, New Mexico water future TR200aJanuary 1987State Appropriation of Unappropriated Groundwater: A Strategy for Insuring New Mexico a Water Future Second ReportDuMars, C.;
Bahr, T.;
Cummings, R.G.; DeYound, T.;
Rodgers, A.B.;
Taylor, S.A.;
Utton, A.E.
microalgae saline water resources microalgae potential production area Tularosa Basin Estancia Basin Crow Flats Pecos Basin San Juan Basin Tucumcari BasinTR218December 1986Evaluation of Available Saline Water Resources for the Construction of Large Scale Microalgae Production Facilities in New MexicoLansford, R.;
Hernandez, J.;
Enis, P.;
Mapel, C.
Spirulina Spp., saline groundwaters, roswell test facility, spirulina cultivationTR217November 1986The Survival and Growth of Spirulina Spp. in the Saline Groundwaters of New MexicoGoldstein, B.
small watersheds, grazing, dung, nutrient loading, infiltrometer studies, runoff, erosion models, small reservoirs, cattle, mule deer, erosion, nutrient export, oxygen demand, organic loading, nutrient transport, organic ransport, Western U.S., New Mexico, WyomingTR216December 1986Modeling Impacts of Grazing Animals on Nutrient Mobilization into Small ReservoirCole, R.;
Parker, M.;
Payne, R.;
Weigmann, D.
computer models, data collection, hydrologic models, hydrologic processes, infiltration, parametric hydrology, runoff plot, sediment yield, simulated rainfall, soil erosion, WatershedsTR215November 1986A Study of Runoff and Erosion Processes Using Large and Small Area Rainfall SimulatorsWard, T.
buffalo gourds, salt tolerance, ethanolTR214November 1986Use of Saline Water for Buffalo Gourd Production in New MexicoWhittier, J.
Dragendorff’s reagent, forage toxicity, alkaloid, salt tolerance, drought tolerance, phenotypic differences, oxalateTR213November 1986A Selective Breeding Program to Improve the Water-Use Efficiency and Nutritive Acceptability of Kochia as a Forage Grazing CropFuehring, H.D.;
Finkner, R.E.
water demand forecasting, water requirements, long-term planning, regional analysis, competing uses, water policy, managementTR212October 1986Projections of Water Availability in the Lower Rio Grande, Gila, San Francisco and Mimbres Drainage Basins to 2005Tysseling, J.C.;
Boldt, D.;
McDonald, B.
Azolla, salt tolerance, saline water, nitrogen fixation, hydroponicsTR211October 1986Evaluation of Salt Tolerance in AzollaJohnson, G.V.
algae, biomass, heavy metal ions, water treatmentTR210September 1986Biosorption/Heavy Metal Ions from Industrial/Mining Waste WatersDarnall, D.
saline water, freshwater, conjunctive use, environmental constraints, Tularosa Basin, Estancia Basin, Roswell-Artesian BasinTR209August 1986Criteria for the Identification of Potential Sites for Irrigation with Saline Waters in New MexicoHernandez, J.W.
irrigation district, water law, water use, water management, flood controlTR208July 1986Guide to Water Records of New Mexico, 1897-1983Lee, J.T.;
Miller, D.A.;
Clark, I.G.
saline water, fresh water, irrigation scheduling, farm profits, optimal water use, Roswell-Artesia Basin, waterTR207June 1986Optimization of Irrigation Scheduling with Alternative Saline Water Supplies in the Roswell-Artesia Basin, 1985Lansford, R.R.;
McGuckin, J.T.;
Mapel, C.L. ;
Creel, B.J.;
Sammis, T.W.
Irrigated agriculture, salinity, salt tolerance, genotypes, Valencia peanuts, screening, biotechnologyTR206June 1986Selecting Genotypes of Valencia Peanuts for Salt Tolerance and Effective Saline Water UtilizationHsi, D.C.
salinity, catfish, nutrient production, nitrification, submerged filter, respirometerTR205June 1986Preliminary Studies Characterizing Wastewater From the Intensive Culture of Channel Catfish and Nitrification in Laboratory Scale Submerged FiltersJacquez, R.B.;
El-Rayes, H.;
Lou, C.M.
Distichlis spicata, ecotype, photosynthesis, salt tolerance, mycorrhizae, temperature, salinity photon fluence, sodium, chloride, sulfate, growth, biomassTR204June 1986The Ecophysiological Bases of Salt Tolerance in Distichlis Spicata: Background for DomesticationCunningham, G.;
Allen, E.;
Cromer, A.;
Kemp, P.;
Reynolds, J.
trickle irrigation, salinity, tension, water management, field studiesTR203May 1986Consumptive Use and Salt Accumulation with Trickle Irrigation on Row CropsWierenga, P.J.
Economic impact, pueblo Indian water rights, upper rio grande basin, linear programming modelTR202June 1986Economic Impact of Alternative Resolutions of New Mexico Pueblo Indian Water Rights (Volume III)Tysseling, J.
Economic impact, pueblo Indian water rights, demographic profile, bureau of Indian affairsTR201June 1986Economic Impact of Alternative Resolutions of New Mexico Pueblo Indian Water Rights (Volume II)Farah, P.;
McDonald, B.
TR200January 1986State Appropriation of Unappropriated Groundwater: A Strategy for Insuring New Mexico a Water FutureDuMars, C.;
Brown, F.L.;
Cummings, R.G.;
Lansford, R.;
Rodgers, A.B.;
Utton, A.E.
salt tolerance, brackish water, groundwaterTR199December 1985Yield and Composition of Kochia Forage as Affected by Salinity of Water and Percent LeachingFuehring, H.D.;
Finkner, R.E.;
Oty, G.W.
salinity, brackish water, Ground water, greenhouse production, hydroponic culture, soilless culture, afghan pine, pistachio, iceplant, asparagus, portulaca, staticeTR198July 1985Evaluation of the Salinity Tolerance of Russian Thistle to Determine its Potential for Forage Production Using Saline Irrigation WaterFowler, J.L.;
Hageman, J.;
Suzukida M.
aquifer model, carbon radioisotopes, dispersion, Ground water, ground water movement, stochastic modelsTR197December 1984An Integrated Isotopic/Physical Approach to a Numerical Model of Groundwater Flow in the San Juan BasinPhillips, F.;
Tansey, M.
Evapotranspiration, pecans, leaf diffusion resistance, leaf temperatureTR196September 1985Pecan Nut Yield and Tree Growth as Influenced by IrrigationSammis, T.;
Riley, W.;
Williams, S.
tertiary wastewater treatment, water hyacinth, nitrogen removal, nutrient removal, Azolla, Machrobrachium rosenbergii, conceptual model, water reuseTR195June 1985Combining Nutrient Removal With Protein Synthesis Using A Water Hyacinth Freshwater Prawn Polyculture Wastewater Treatment SystemJacquez, R.;
Zachritz II, W.
salinity, water management, groundwater, salt tolerance, greenhouse studies, algaeTR194June 1985The Survival and Growth of Spirulina spp. in the Saline Groundwaters of New MexicoGoldstein, B.
water use efficiency, evapotranspriation, irrigation, field studies, weighing lysimeter, eldarica pineTR193October 1985Seasonal Evapotranspiration, Growth, and Water Use Efficiency by Plantation Grown Pinus Eldarica Medw. Derived from Field and Weighing Lysimeter StudiesWhite, R.W.;
Fisher, J.T.
water conservation, drought tolerance, irrigation management, moisture deficit, water use efficiency, drought preconditioning, deficit irrigation, cottonTR192June 1985Preconditioning Cotton to Improve Water Use Efficiency and Conserve Irrigation WaterBrar, A.;
Fowler, J.L.
crop water production functions, transpiration, lysimeters, crop growth curves, modelingTR191May 1985Estimating Crop Water Production Functions Based on Transpiration and Crop Growth Curves through ModelingMapel, C.;
Sammis, T.;
Lansford, R.
irrigation district, water law, water use, water management, flood controlTR190June 1985A Guide to the Elephant Butte Irrigation District RecordsGrassham, J.W.;
Miller, D.A.;
Clark, I.G.
Hydrogen sulfide, drinking waters, hydrogen peroxide, treatment, rural facilitiesTR189February 1985Removal of Hydrogen Sulfide in Drinking Waters with Hydrogen PeroxideCadena, F.
computer models, cost analysis, data collection, erosion control, forest hydrology, hydraulic models, hydrologic models, infiltration, parametric hydrology, roads, runoff plot, sediment control, sediment yield, simulated rainfall, soil erosion, water qualityTR188July 1983Adaptation and Application of a Surface Erosion Model for New Mexico Forest RoadwaysWard, T.J.;
Seiger, A.D.
salt tolerance, genetics, pepper, plant breeding, greenhouse studies, plant tissues, cultures, cytological studiesTR187March 1985Evaluation of the Potential for the Genetic Improvement of Salt Tolerance in Chile Pepper (Capsicum Annuum) Using Wild Germplasm and Cell Selection ProceduresTanksley, S.D.;
Phillips, G.C.
Economics, demographics, water supplies, arkansas, white and red rivers, water use dataTR186April 1984Projections of Water Availability in the AWR and Pecos River Basins to the Year 2005Tysseling, J.C.;
McDonald, B.
Algal control, nitrogen, phosphorus, iron, Aphanizomenon, Selenastrum, Anabaena, nutrient budget, nitrogen fixation, primary productivityTR185April 1980Role of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Iron in Occurrence of Algal Blooms at Abiquiu and Cochiti ReservoirsJohnson, G.V.;
Barton, L.L.
attitude surveys, public opinion surveys, public participation, public preferences, water resources administration, water resources managementTR184November 1984Preferences for Managing New Mexico WaterDe Young, T.; .
Avalos, M;
Pozenel, J.W.;
Nystrom, S.V.
computer models, irrigation programs, scheduling waterTR183January 1985Developing an Irrigation Scheduling MethodologyHulsman, R.B.
Water and science, proceedingsTR182February 1985Water and Science: Proceedings of the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute SymposiumNew Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
hydraulic conductivity, Soil moisture movement, unsaturated soilsTR180November 1983Insitu Determination of Hydraulic Conductivity in the Vadose Zone Using Borehole Infiltration TestsStephens, D.B.;
Neuman, S.P.;
Tyler, S.;
Lambert, K.;
Watson, D.;
Rabold, R.;
Knowlton, R.;
Byers, E.;
Yates, S.
water-production functions, Evapotranspiration, yieldTR179January 1983The Effects of Decreased Watering on Wheat and Barley YieldsSammis, T.W.;
Smeal, D.
irrigation scheduling, water-production functions, dynamic programming model, water demand functions, irrigation, models, precipitation model, economic model, interdisciplinary, risk uncertaintyTR178October 1984Quasi Three-dimensional Modeling of Groundwater Flow in the Mesilla Bolson, New Mexico and TexasPeterson, D.M.;
Khaleel, R.;
Hawley, J.W.
Ground water recharge, semi arid lowland, darcy's equation,soil water movement, infiltration of precipitation, hydrological modelsTR177May 1986Study of Natural Ground Water Recharge in a Semi Arid LowlandStephens, D.;
Cox, W.;
Knowlton, R.;
McCord, J.
small watersheds, hydrologic models, runoff, watershed studies, floodrouting, hydrology, water yield, infiltrationTR176September 1983Runoff Model for Watersheds of Non-homogeneous Hydrologic CharacteristicsHeggen, R.
salinity, brackish water, Ground water, greenhouse production, hydroponic culture, soilless culture, afghan pine, pistachio, iceplant, asparagus, portulaca, staticeTR175September 1985An Evaluation of Brackish Water for Growing Nursery Crops under Hydroponic ConditionsCotter, D.J.;
Fisher, J.T.
irrigation efficiency, water distribution, uniformity coefficient, surface irrigation, water energyTR174September 1983Irrigation Evaluations and Improvements in New Mexico to Conserve Water and EnergyHulsman, R.B.
volatile organic compounds, priority pollutantsTR173July 1983Environmental Modeling of Toxic Volatile Organic Compounds in RiversEiceman, G.A.;
Cadena, F.
grain sorghum, soybeans, drought evasion, semiarid crop production, salt treated sheds, dry farming, antitranspirants, runoff farmingTR172April 1986Sodium Sealed Microwatersheds and Skip Rowing for Water Harvesting and Cropping on Limited RainfallFuehring, H.D.
Moisture stress, corn, high plains, soil evaporation, water-production functions, water use efficiencyTR171May 1983The Effect of Moisture Stress on Corn Production in the High PlainsSammis, T.W.;
Smeal, D.
irrigation scheduling, water-production functions, dynamic programming model, water demand functions, irrigation, models, precipitation model, economic model, interdisciplinary, risk uncertaintyTR170December 1983Irrigated Agricultural Decision Strategies for Variable Weather ConditionsLansford, R.R.;
Sammis, T.;
McGuckin, J.;
Deitner, R.;
Libbin, J.;
Finkner, M.;
Creel, B.;
Mapel, C.;
Williams, S.
Rhizobium, alfalfa, Medicago Sativa, Peanuts, Arachis hypogaea, salinity, alkaline, osmoregulationTR168June 1983Studies of Water Quality on RhizobiaBotsford, J.L.
Irrigation pumping, pump efficiency, pumping costs, pump testingTR167December 1985Irrigation Cost Reduction and Energy Conservation Through Upgrading of Pumping PlantsAbernathy, G.H.;
Hohn, C.M.
acreage measurement, crop calendar, crop phenology, groundwater depletion, image processing, irrigated land, Landsat satellite, unsupervised classificationTR165February 1983Landsat Monitoring of Irrigated Farmland Acreage in Curry County, New MexicoInglis, M.;
Budge, T.K.
brackish water, aquaculture, recycling water, biofilter, tilapia, catfish, vertical racewayTR164May 1986Evaluation of an Experimental Recycled Water System For Brackish Water AquacultureKing, T.A.
Germplasm, plant-water relationships, plant introductions, experimental lines, water deficits, drought tolerance,
salinity tolerance, heat tolerance
TR163June 1985Adaptation of Crambe Species as an Alternate Biological Source of Oil and Protein for Arid Lands AgricultureChan, J.L.;
Fowler, J.L.;
Roberts, C.L.
Saltgrass, Distichlis spicata (L.) Greene, salinity, dry forage yields, vitro dry matter digestibility, crude protein percentage, sodium percentage, calcium percentage, phosphorus percentage, potassium percentage, magnesium percentageTR162December 1983The Potential of Saltgrass as a Forage Grass Irrigated with Saline WaterLugg, D.G.
trace metals, trace organics, trace substances, water quality, fish tissues, chlorinated organic pesticides, pesticides, liminology, radionuclides, water chemistry, river sediments, reservoir sediments, suspended sediments, priority pollutants, Middle Rio GrandeTR161March 1983An Evaluation of Sediments in the Middle Rio Grande, Elephant Butte Reservoir and Caballo Reservoir as Potential Sources for Toxic MaterialsPopp, C.;
Brandvold, D.;
Lynch, T.R.;
Brandvold, L.
desalination processes, solar stills, water purification, distillation, wastewater treatment, radiation, energy, evaporation, solar distillationTR160February 1983A Simplified Test for Solar Water PurificationRedman, C.M.
Water-use production function, agronomic crops, northwestern new mexico, alfalfa, corn, spring barley, pinto beans, nitrogen, evapotranspiration, crop coefficientsTR159February 1983Water-Use Production Functions of Selected Agronomic Crops in Northwestern New Mexico-Phase IIIKallsen, C.E.;
Gregory, E.J.;
Sammis, T.W.
Proceedings, federal water policyTR158November 1982Proceedings of the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Symposium, Coping with Federal Water Policy ChangesNew Mexico Water Resources Research Institute
aerosols, air pollution, chemistry of precipitation, fly ash ,heavy metals, precipitation (atmospheric), rain water
soil chemistry, trace elements, water chemistry
TR157November 1982Effects of Coal Burning in New Mexico on Air Quality and Surface Water Quality: Raton Study AreaPopp, C.J.;
Ohline, R.;
Brandvold, D.;
Brandvold, L.
evaporation, transpiration, Evapotranspiration, potential evapotranspiration, water-use efficiency, nitrogen
crop coefficients
TR155October 1982Water-Use Production Functions of Selected Agronomic Crops in Northwestern New Mexico, Phase IIKallsen, C.E.;
Gregory, E.J.;
Sammis, T.W.
Recreational, small forested watersheds, second-home development, water quality, kingen 75 simulation model, runoffTR154August 1982An Assessment of the Impact of Recreational Development of Water Quality and Yield in Small Forested WatershedsFowler, J.M.;
Carruthers, G.;
Freeburg, R.;
Mertes, J.;
Urban, L.;
Duncan, J.;
Carrero, M.;
Trujillo, J.
groundwater, recharge, isotope hydrology, hydrologic modeling, springflow, groundwater/surface water interaction, tritium, oxygen 18, deuterium,TR153June 1982Recharge in Semiarid Mountain EnvironmentsGross, G.W.
poliovirus, chlorine dioxide,viruses, iodineTR152June 1982The Mechanisms of Poliovirus Inactivation by Chlorine Dioxide and Iodine and the Effects of Cations on Halogen InactivationAlvarez, M.E.;
O’Brien, R.T.
High Plains, Ogallala Aquifer, New Mexico, management strategies, energy, water resources, on-farm impacts
regional impacts, gross output, employment, population, economic projections, resources, interdisciplinary
TR151June 1982High Plains Ogallala Aquifer Study, New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
et al.
High Plains, Ogallala Aquifer, Union and Harding counties, New Mexico, management strategies, energy, water resources, on-farm impacts, regional impacts, gross output, employment, population, economic projections, resources, interdisciplinaryTR150June 1982High Plains Ogallala Aquifer Study, Union and Harding Counties, New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
et al.
High Plains, Ogallala Aquifer, Quay County, New Mexico, management strategies, energy, water resources, on-farm impacts, regional impacts, gross output, employment, population, economic projections, resources, interdisciplinaryTR149June 1982High Plains Ogallala Aquifer Study, Quay County, New MexicoLansford, R.R.
High Plains, Ogallala Aquifer, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, management strategies, energy, water resources, on-farm impacts, regional impacts, gross output, employment, population, economic proJections, resources
interdisciplinary
TR148June 1982High Plains Ogallala Aquifer Study, Roosevelt County, New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
et al.
High Plains, Ogallala Aquifer, Curry County, New Mexico, management strategies, energy
water resources, on-farm impacts, regional impacts, gross output, employment, population, economic proJections
resources, interdisciplinary
TR147June 1982High Plains Ogallala Aquifer Study, Curry County, New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
et al.
High Plains, Ogallala Aquifer, Lea County, New Mexico, management strategies, energy, water resources
on-farm impacts, regional impacts, gross output, employment, population, economic proJections, resources
interdisciplinary
TR146June 1982High Plains Ogallala Aquifer Study, Lea County, New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
et al.
oxygen 18, deuterium, roswell, N.M. isotopic ratios, roswell artesian groundwater basinTR144May 1982A Baseline Study of Oxygen 18 and Deuterium in the Roswell, N.M., Groundwater BasinHoy, R.N.;
Gross, G.W.
plant growth, plants, salinity, salt tolerance, crop plantsTR143March 1982A Comparison of the Effects of Salinity on Photosynthetic Physiology of a Salt Sensitive Grass, Panicum obtusum, and a Salt Tolerant Grass, Distichlis SpicataKemp, P.R.;
Cunningham, G.L.
carbonate Aquifer, Roswell basin, recharge, numerical modeling, ground waterTR142February 1982The Carbonate Aquifer of the Central Roswell Basin: Recharge Estimation by Numerical ModelingRehfeldt, K.R.;
Gross, G.W.
water treatment, small public supplies, reverse osmosis, electrolysis, drinking water, cadmium, mercury, zincTR141February 1982Water Treatment for Small Public SuppliesWilson, D.B.;
Duran, R.M.
trace elements, uranium mine waters, wastewater, treatment, chemical analysesTR140December 1981Biological Processes for Concentrating Trace Elements from Uranium Mine WatersBrierley, C.L.;
Brierley, J.A.
cellulose, cellulose acetate, cellulose triacetate, membranes, fibers, filters, spiral wound, water purification, water treatment, reverse osmosis, microorganisms, bacteria, fungi, decomposition, degradation, saprophytes, cellulolytic, microbes
isolation
TR139December 1981Isolation and Control of Membrane Filter Degrading MicroorganismsLindemann, W.C.
dissertations and theses on water and water related topics from new mexico state university, bibliographyTR138October 1981Bibliography of Dissertations and Theises on Water and Water-Related Topics from New Mexico State University through December 1980Myers, R.G.;
Pinckley, K.M.
North western new mexico, irrigation, consumptive use, crop plant, spring barley, pinto beans, corn, crop yieldTR137August 1981Water-Use Production Functions of Selected Agronomic Crops in North-western New Mexico, Phase IKallsen, C.E.;
Gregory, E.J.;
Sammis, T.W.
evapotranspiration, alfalfa,cotton,irrigation, water production funtionTR136August 1981Effects of Decreased Watering on Crop YieldsSammis, T.W.;
Guitar, J.A.
water problems, research needs, new mexico, water resources research institute, WRRITR135July 1981Water Problems and Research Needs for New MexicoBahr, T.G.;
Herman, R.P.
water use efficiency, office of water research and technology, OWRT, southern plains region, furrow diking, low energy precision application irrigationTR133May 1981A Case History Study to Document the Effectiveness of Water Use Efficiency ResearchCunningham, W.;
Herman, R.P.
Rio Puerco, Rio San Jose, Uranium Mining, effect on surface water, suspended sediments, heavy metals in Bed-load sediments, heavy metals in Transport mechanisms, sediment rich streamsTR132February 1981Transport Mechanisms in Sediment Rich Streams, Heavy Metal and Nutrient Load of the Rio San Jose-Rio Puerco SystemsBrandvold, D.K.;
Brandvold, L.; Popp. C.J
middle rio grande conservancy district, urban water pricing, water supplyTR131January 1981Case Studies in the Development of New Mexico Water Resources Institutions: The Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District and Urban Water PricingMcDonald, F.B.;
Tyssling, J.;
Browde, M.;
Brown, L.
saline, alkaline water, salts, irrigation water, salinity, rhizobium melilotiTR130January 1981Effect of Saline and Alkaline Water on Growth and Survival of Rhizobium melilotiBotsford, J.L.
water use, public participation, water resources planning and management, survey,TR129December 1980New Mexico Residents’ Attitudes Toward Water Use and Monetary Trade-offsPratt, E.R.;
Martin, S.
Underground Coal Gasification, Ion Exchange, leaching, Groundwater AnalysisTR128December 1980Assessment of Water Supply Contamination Due to Underground Coal GasificationNiemczyk, T.M.;
Walters, E.A.
salinity, water management, groundwaters, supplemental irrigation, salt tolerance, greenhouse studies, sorghumTR127December 1980Using Saline Water for Crop Production in New MexicoO’Connor, G.A.
energy, irrigated agriculture, southwestern closed basins, irrigation water utilization, cotton, grain sorghum, wheat, cornTR126November 1980The Energy Impact on Irrigated Agricultural Production of the Southwestern Closed Basins, New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
Sabol, G.;
Gollehon, N.;
Dillon, J.;
Nelson, D.;
Creel, B.
laboratory skills, wastewater analysis, laboratory procedures, wastewater laboratoryTR125November 1980Basic Laboratory Skills for Water and Wastewater AnalysisClark, D.W.
energy, irrigated agriculture production, estancia basin, linear programming model, crop production,irrigated croplandTR123April 1980The Energy Impact on Irrigated Agricultural Production of the Estancia Basin, New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
Sabol, G.;
Gollehon, N.;
Dillon, J.;
Nelson, D.;
Creel, B.
geochemical, groundwater, recharge, roswell basin, tritium, flow patterns, isotopeTR122April 1980A Geochemical and Hydrological Investigation of Groundwater Recharge in the Roswell Basin of New Mexico: Summary of Results and Updated Listing of Tritium DeterminationsGross, G.W.;
Hoy, R.N.
irradiance, temperature, salinity, distichlis spicata, growth rateTR121April 1980Irradience, Temperature and Salinity Effects on Growth, Leaf Anatomy and Photosynthesis of Distichlis spicata (L.) GreeneKemp, P.R.;
Cunningham, G.L.
irrigation return flow, water quality, water management, mesilla valley, economic effects, irrigation water applications, management practices, agriculture waterTR120May 1980Demonstration of Irrigation Return Flow Water Quality Control in the Mesilla Valley, New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
Creel, B.J.;
Seipel, C.
small public supplies, san jon, water supplies, desalination, tularosa basinTR119February 1980Water Treatment for Small Public Supplies, Operation Data-1979, San Jon and AlamogordoFolster, H.G.;
Wilson, D.B.;
Hanson, S.;
Duran, R.
wastewater, chill processing, microbial populationsTR118February 1980A Study of Possible Toxic Effects of Chili- Processing Waste Water on Activated Sludge ProcessIsaacs, W.P.;
Schumacher, A.M.
irrigation return flow, water quality, water quantity, soil salinity, mesilla valley, water managementTR117January 1980Demonstration of Irrigation Return Flow Water Quality in the Mesilla Valley, New MexicoSammis, T.W.
TR116September 1979Spring Characteristics of the Western Roswell Artesian BasinDavis, P.;
Wilcox, R.;
Gross, G.W.
consumptive use, crops, eddy, curry, dona ana, san juan, valencia counties, blaney criddleTR115December 1979Consumptive Use and Yields of Crops in New MexicoSammis, T.W.;
Hanson, E.;
Barnes, C.;
Fuehring, H.; Gregory, E.;
Hooks, R.;
Howell, T.;
Finkner M.
bacteria nitrate nitrite ground water ogallala aquifier high plains groundwater contaminationTR114December 1979Effects of Bacteria on Nitrate and Nitrite Concentrations in Groundwater of the Ogallala AquiferTaylor, R.G.;
Russell, T.W.;
Foster, M.
recharge, paul spring, roswell artesian basin, ground water, springflowTR113December 1979Paul Spring: An Investigation of Recharge in the Roswell (NM) Artesian BasinGross, G.W.;
Davis, P.;
Rehfeldt, K.R.
enterovirus water quality polioviruses virusTR111November 1979Enterovirus Inactivation in Soil and Structural Changes Associated with the Inactivation of Soil-Bound Viruses (Partial Technical Completion Report)Yeager, J.;
O’Brien, R.
TR110November 1979Chemical and Biological Survey of the Upper Gila River System in New Mexico: Preliminary Study of Nutrients in Snow and Quemado LakesBrandvold, D.K.;
Brierley, J.A.;
Popp, C.J.
Calculated mining plan, Correlative rights, Designated international groundwater area, Groundwater management, Prior appropriation, Prorationing, Safe yield, Stock resources, Transboundary resourcesTR109October 1979International Groundwater Management: The Case of the Mexico-United States FrontierUtton, A.;
Atkinson, C.
TR108June 1979The Survival of Enteric Viruses in Septic Tanks and Septic Tank Drain FieldsHain, K.; O’Brien R.T.
TR107June 1979Water Treatment for Small Public Supplies Report of Operation: Cuba, Carrizozo, La Luz, San Ysidro, Bluewater, Moriarty, and HagermanFolster, H.G.;
Wilson, D.B.;
Kramer, G.;
Hanson, S.;
Duran, R.;
Boyle, W.;
Bennett, C.
TR106August 1979Soil Salinity and Cotton Yields as Affected by Surface and Trickle IrrigationWierenga, P.J.
Irrigation Return Flow, precipitation, Salt Distribution, Leaching Fraction, Minimized Leaching, salinity toleranceTR105March 1979Minimizing the Salt Burden of Irrigation Drainage Water in the Pecos Valley of New MexicoO’Connor, G.A.
TR104June 1979Water Resources and Growth of the Mesilla Valley: An Issue PaperBahr, T.G.
TR103January 1979Improved Method of Estimating Crop Consumptive Use and Distribution of Soil Water in Irrigated Soil ProfilesAl-Khafaf, S.;
Wierenga, P.J.;
Williams, B.C.
TR102February 1979Evaluation of Landsat-Based Area Measurement Accuracies for Surface Water Area in New MexicoWhite, M.E.;
Morain, S.A.
TR100August 1978Recharge and Groundwater Conditions in the Western Region of the Roswell BasinDuffy, C.;
Gelhar, L.W.;
Gross, G.W.
TR99August 1978A History of the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute, 1963-1978Stucky, H.R.
TR98July 1978Pueblo Water Rights on the Upper Rio GrandeBalch, W.J.;
Clark, J.W.
TR97October 1977Parameter Estimation for a Lumped Parameter Groundwater Model of the Mesilla Valley, New MexicoUpdegraff, C.D.;
Gelhar, L.W.
TR96June 1978Treatment of Septic Tank EffluentMaestas, E.T.;
Clark, J.W.
TR95May 1978Water Treatment for Small Public SuppliesFolster, H.G.;
Wilson, D.B.
Cochiti Reservoir, Abiquiu Reservoir, algal blooms, blue-green algae, nutrient concentrations, primary productivityTR94May 1978Characterization of Nutrients and Algal Blooms at Abiquiu and Cochiti ReservoirsBarton, L.;
Johnson, G.
TR93December 1977Influence of Road Salting on the Nutrient and Heavy Metal Levels in Stream WaterGosz, J.R.
TR92July 1977Forecasting Future Market Values of Water Rights in New MexicoKhoshakhlagh, R.;
Brown, F.L.;
DuMars, C.
TR91November 1977Studies on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, 8. Comparison of ModelsSingh, V.P.
TR90November 1977Feedlot Runoff and Sewage Effluent as Potential Water Pollutants with Emphasis on Nitrogen and Phosphate Levels and Oxygen DepletionBrandvold, D.K.;
Brierley, J.A.
TR88June 1977Regional Water Management with Full Consumptive UseLansford, R.R.;
Ben-David, S.;
Roach, F.;
Creel, B.J.;
Beattie, B.R.
TR87May 1977Studies on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, 7. A Nonlinear Hydrologic CascadeBuapeng, S.;
Singh, V.J.
TR86March 1977Demonstration of Irrigation Return Flow Salinity Control in the Upper Rio Grande (Annual Report, Year 2)Lansford, R.R.;
Wierenga, P.J.;
Gelhar, L.;
Sammis, T.;
Hohn, C.;
Ott, G.
TR85March 1977Protein Production by Russian Thistle: Effects of Water and Nitrogen on Protein YieldsHageman, J.H.;
Fowler J.L.
TR84March 1977Chemical Dynamics of a Confined Limestone AquiferLeFebre, V.
TR83January 1977Enterovirus and Bacteriophage Inactivation in Subsurface Waters and Translocation in SoilYeager, J.G.;
O’Brien, R.T.
TR82December 1976Terrestrial Contribution of N to Stream Water in Managed and Undisturbed Forested WatershedsGosz, J.R.
TR81December 1976Studies on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, 6. A Statistical Analysis of Rainfall-Runoff RelationshipSingh, V.P.;
Birsoy, Y.K.
TR80November 1976Application of Environmental Tritium in the Measurement of Recharge and Aquifer Parameters in a Semi-Arid Limestone TerrainGross, G.W.;
Hoy, R.; Duffy, C.
TR79September 1976A Comparison of Inactivation of Bacteriophage and Enterovirus During Activated Sludge TreatmentGlass, J.S.;
O’Brien, R.T.
TR78July 1976Studies on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, 5. A Uniformly Nonlinear Hydrologic Cascade ModelSingh, V.P.
TR77July 1976Evaluation of Remote Sensing Techniques Applied to Water Resources Problems of New MexicoMorain, S.A.;
White, M.E.
TR76June 1976Studies on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, 4. Estimation of Parameters of Two Mathematical Models of Surface RunoffShelburne, K.L.;
Singh, V.P.
TR75May 1976A Stochastic Management Model for the Operation of a Stream-Aquifer SystemFlores-W, A. E. Z.;
Gelhar, L.W.
TR74June 1976Trophic Status of Selected Northern New Mexico LakesJohnson, G.V.;
Barton, L.L.
TR73May 1976Studies on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, 3. Converging Overland FlowSingh, V.P.
TR70March 1976Demonstration of Irrigation Return Flow Salinity Control in the Upper Rio Grande (Year 1)Lansford, R.R.;
Wierenga, P.J.;
Gelhar, L.;
Howell, T.;
Hohn, C.;
Ott, G.
TR69April 1976The Effects of Synthetic Chili Waste on Biological Sewage Treatment Plant OperationsGabbard, J.L.;
Barkley, W.A.
TR68February 1976A Preliminary Economic Feasibility Study for the Establishment of an Energy-Water Complex in the Tularosa BasinLansford, R.R.; et al.
TR67February 1976A Preliminary Economic Feasibility Study for the Establishment of an Energy-Water Complex in the Tularosa Basin, Executive SummaryLansford, R.R.; et al.
TR66April 1976Predicting Consumptive Use with Climatological DateGregory, E.J.;
Hanson, E.G.
TR65March 1976Studies on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, 2. A Distributed Kinematic Wave Model of Watershed Surface RunoffSingh, V.P.
TR64June 1976Rio Grande Water Quality Baseline Study for the Rio Grande, Canals, and Associated Drains from San Marcial, New Mexico to Fort Quitman, TexasHernandez, J.W.
TR62March 1976Time Parameter Evaluation in Dual Flocculant Destabilization (Reproducibility Evaluation of the Flocculation of a Synthetic Latex Colloidal System)Barkley, W.;
Duff, B.F.; Wu, S.
TR63January 1976Utilization of Brackish Water in Coal GasificationMcNeese, J.A.;
Wilson, D.B.
TR61November 1975Studies on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, 1. Estimation of Mean Areal RainfallSingh, V.P.;
Birsoy, Y.K.
TR60October 1975Las Acequias del NorteLovato, P.
micro-watershed, antitranspirant, semi-arid cropping, rain water utilization, dryland croppingTR59September 1975Utilization of Water in a Semi-Arid RegionFuehring, H.D.
TR58July 1975Eleventh Annual Report; Fiscal Year July 1, 1974 through June 30, 1975New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute
Calcium carbonate equilibria, computer models, Irrigation Return Flow, Water quality degradationTR57June 1975Carbonate Equilibria in SoilsO’Connor, G.A.
TR56June 1975Aquifer Parameters by a Chemical Tracer Technique, Nonlinear Mixing in the Roswell Confined AquiferLeFebre, V.
TR55May 1975Measurement of the Horizontal Component of Ground Water Flow Using a Vertically Positioned In-Situ Thermal ProbeMcLin, S.G.;
Reiter,
M.A.; Sanford, A.R.
TR54May 1975The National Safe Drinking Water Act, A Summary of P.L. 93-523Hernandez, J.W.
TR52February 1975Environmental Controls on Ground water Chemistry in New Mexico, The Effect of PhreatophytesNaff, R.L.;
Bakr, A.A.;
Gross, G.W.
TR51December 1974Stream Organics to Evaluate Land ManagementGosz, J.;
Barr, M.L.
TR50July 1974Preliminary Evaluation of Professor C. E. Jacob’s Contributions in the Field of Water Resources of New MexicoBrutsaert, W.;
Gross, G.W.;
McGehee, R.M.
TR49November 1974Water Application Practices and Landscape Attributes Associated with Residential Water ConsumptionCotter, D.;
Croft, D.
TR48December 1974The Determination of the Content and Origin of Lead in Surface and Ground Waters of Northeastern New MexicoGallegos, A.F.;
Maestas, S.
TR47July 1974Sources of Groundwater Contamination in the Ogallala Aquifer in Eastern New MexicoTaylor, R.G.;
Russell, T.W.
TR46October 1974Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Quarterly Progress Report – July, August, and September 1974)Wierenga, P.J.
TR45July 1974Water Resources Problems and Research Needs of New MexicoCreel, B.J.
TR44July 1974Water Resources Evaluation of the Southern High Plains of New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
Brutsaert, W.;
Creel, B.J.;
Loo, W.;
Flores, A.
TR43July 1974Tenth Annual Report; Fiscal Year July 1, 1973 through June 30, 1974New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute
TR42July 1974Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Annual Report, Year 3)Wierenga, P.J.
TR41July 1974Carbonate Equilibria in Soils and Irrigation WatersO’Connor, G.A.
TR40June 1974Analysis of Water Characteristics of Manufacturing Industries and Their Adaptability to Semi-Arid RegionsBen-David, S.;
Brown, F.L.;
Folster, H.G.;
Thode, H.F.
TR39May 1974Water in Food and Fiber ProductionNew Mexico Water Resources Research Institute
TR38April 1974Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Quarterly Progress Report – January, February, and March, 1974)Wierenga, P.J.
TR37April 1974Analysis of Nutrient Supplies for Algae in Elephant Butte ReservoirJohnson, G.V.;
Kidd, D.E.;
Garcia, J.D.
TR36April 1974Water as a Limiting Factor in Indian Economic DevelopmentBen-David,
S.; Brown,
F.L.;
Schulze, W.D.;
Zamora, J.E.
TR35January 1974An Analysis of Mercurials in the Elephant Butte SystemKidd, D. E.;
Johnson, G.V.;
Garcia, J.D.
TR34January 1974Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Quarterly Progress Report – October, November, and December, 1973)Wierenga, P.J.
TR33November 1973A Conjunctive Use Surface Water – Ground Water SimulatorBrutsaert, W.;
Way, C.
TR32October 1973Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Quarterly Progress Report – July, August, and September, 1973)Wierenga, P.J.
TR31October 1973Hydrologic Nutrient Cycle Interactions in Undisturbed and Manipulated Ecosystems (Watersheds)Gosz, J.R.
TR30August 1973Chemical and Biological Character of Rio Grande Water in the Bosque Del Apache Wildlife RefugeBrandvold, D.K.;
Brierley, J.A.;
Popp, C.J.
TR29August 1973The Quest for Water in New MexicoChristiansen, P.W.
TR28July 1973Ninth Annual Report; Fiscal Year July, 1972 through June 30, 1973New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute
TR27July 1973Measurement of Groundwater Flow Using an In-Situ Thermal ProbeReiter, M.;
Sanford, A.
TR25July 1973A Comparison of Rates of Water Loss through Transpiration of Several Southern New Mexico Phreatophyte SpeciesCunningham, G.L.;
Fraser, J.G.;
Grieve, R.E.;
Wolfe, H.G.
New Mexico, Rio Grande Basin, water resources, Socio-economic model, interdisciplinary, Ground water appropriation, water law Compacts, Treaties, Litigation, Adjudication of water rights, water quality, water utilization, population, employment, Industrial, Recreation, water management, Input-output coefficients, linear programming model, Surface-ground-water conjunctive-use model, Economic land, classification, Irrigation diversions and depletionsTR24May 1973An Analytical Interdisciplinary Evaluation of the Utilization of the Water Resources of the Rio Grande in New Mexico: Lower Rio Grande RegionLansford, R.R.;
Ben-David, S.;
Gebhard, T.G.;
Brutsaert, W.;
Creel, B.J.
TR23December 1974An Analytical Interdisciplinary Evaluation of the Utilization of the Water Resources of the Rio Grande in New Mexico: Socorro RegionLansford, R.R.;
Ben-David, S.;
Gebhard, T.G.;
Brutsaert, W.;
Creel, B.J.
New Mexico, Rio Grande Basin water resources, Socio-economic model, interdisciplinary, Ground water appropriation, water law
Compacts, Treaties Litigation, Adjudication of water rights, water quality, water utilization, population, employment, IndustrialRecreation, water management, Input-output coefficients, linear programming model, Surface-ground-water conjunctive-use model, Economic land classification, Irrigation diversions and depletions
TR22December 1973An Analytical Interdisciplinary Evaluation of the Utilization of the Water Resources of the Rio Grande in New Mexico: Middle Rio Grande RegionLansford, R.R.;
Ben-David, S.;
Gebhard, T.G.;
Brutsaert, W.;
Creel, B.J.
New Mexico, Rio Grande Basin, water resources, Socio-economic model, interdisciplinary, Ground water appropriation, water law
Compacts, Treaties, Litigation, Adjudication of water rights, water quality, water utilization, population, employment, Industrial Recreation, water management, Input-output coefficients, linear programming model, Surface-ground-water conjunctive use model, Economic land classification, Irrigation divers ions and depletions
TR21November 1973An Analytical Interdisciplinary Evaluation of the Utilization of the Water Resources of the Rio Grande in New Mexico Upper Rio Grande RegionLansford, R.R.;
Ben-David, S.;
Gebhard, T.G.;
Brutsaert, W.;
Creel, B.J.
: New Mexico, Rio Grande Basin, water resources, Socio-economic model, interdisciplinary, Ground water appropriation, water law Compacts, Treaties, Litigation, Adjudication of water rights, water quality, water utilization, population, employment, Industrial, Recreation, water management, Input-output coefficients, linear programming model, Surface-ground-water conjunctive use model, Economic land classification, Irrigation diversions and depletionsTR20March 1973An Analytical Interdisciplinary Evaluation of the Utilization of the Water Resources of the Rio Grande in New MexicoLansford, R.R.;
Ben-David, S.;
Gebhard, T.G.; Brutsaert, W.; Creel, B.J.
TR19January 1973Thermal Pollution Reduction by Adiabatic DegassingWilson, D.B.;
Tsao, H.;
Garcia, A.
salt movement, water movement, hysteresis, pesticides, nitrate movement, anion exclusion, dispersion phosphorus, S/360 CSMPTR18December 1972Soil and Water Management for Salinity ControlWierenga, P.J.;
O’Connor, G.A.;
Dregne, H.E.
TR17June 1973Simulation of Coupled Leaky Aquifers and Surface-Water SystemSaleem, Z.A.
TR16December 1972Environmental Tritium as a Hydrometeorologic Tool in the Roswell Basin, New MexicoRabinowitz, D.D.;
Gross, G.W.
TR15November 1972Bioassays of Quality in Water Resources of Major Importance to New MexicoSmith, G.S.
TR14July 1973Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Annual Report, Year 2)Wierenga, P.J.
TR13April 1973Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Quarterly Progress Report, January, February, and March, 1973)Wierenga, P.J.
TR12January 1973Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Quarterly Progress Report – October, November, and December, 1972)Wierenga, P.J.
TR11October 1972Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Quarterly Progress Report – July, August, and September, 1972)Wierenga, P.J.
TR10October 1972School Learning Materials on Water Problems of New Mexico and the SouthwestBuethe, C.;
et al.
TR9August 1972Cloud Chamber Study of Water EvaporationGood, W.B.
TR8August 1972Studies of the Regional Ogallala Aquifer at Portales, New MexicoTaylor, R.G.
TR6August 1972Fluctuations in Nitrate Concentrations Utilized as an Assessment of Agricultural Contamination to an Aquifer of a Semiarid Climatic RegionTaylor, R.G.;
Bigbee, P.D.
TR5August 1972Pollution Studies of the Regional Ogallala Aquifer at Portales, New MexicoBigbee, P.D.;
Taylor, R.G.
TR4June 1972An Integration of the Agricultural Demand Function for Water and the Hydrologic Model of the Pecos BasinGissar, M.;
Mercado, A.
TR3June 1972A Study of Phosphate Induced Algal Growth in Order to Suppress or Eliminate This PhenomenonVanderborgh, N.E.;
Buyers, A.G.
TR2August 1972Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation (Annual Report, Year 1)Wierenga, P.J.
TR1July 1972Eighth Annual Report; Fiscal Year July 1, 1971 through June 30, 1972New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute

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