New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute

New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute

Student Water Research Awards 2003-2004

 Project AbstractFinal ReportFull TitleAuthors
Project Abstract; Final ReportEscherichia coli Source Tracking by DNA Fingerprinting in Diverse Watersheds of Northern New MexicoGreg M. Huey, Department of Natural Sciences, New Mexico Highlands University
Project Abstract; Final ReportUsing Natural Tracers to Improve Estimates of Groundwater Recharge Resulting from SnowmeltSam Earman, Department of Earth and Environmental Science, New Mexico Tech
Project Abstract; Final ReportWater Quality Assessment in the Gallinas Watershed, Las Vegas, New MexicoThomas Evans, Environmental Geology Program, Department of Natural Sciences, New Mexico Highlands University
Project Abstract; Final Report Under What Conditions are Salinity-gradient Solar Ponds Cost-effective as a Source of Heat and/or Electricity for Desalination of Brackish Groundwater?Robin A. Foldager, Environmental Science, New Mexico State University
Project Abstract; Final ReportPrehistoric Water Management in the American SouthwestStacy K. Galassini, Department of Anthropology and Applied Archaeology, Eastern New Mexico University
Project Abstract; Final ReportMapping Lake Evaporation Using Satellite ImageryAlex Herting, Tim Farmer, and Jordan Evans; Department of Civil and Geological Engineering, New Mexico State University
Project Abstract; Final ReportThe Fate of Pharmaceutically Active Drugs in the Rio Grande and GroundwaterMaceo Carrillo Martinet, Department of Biology, University of New Mexico
Project Abstract; Final ReportCan Non-Potable Saline Groundwater Be Used for Turfgrass Irrigation?Casey Johnson, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, New Mexico State University
Project Abstract; Final ReportIdentification of Membrane Foulants in Natural WatersKhalid Mehboob, Department of Civil Engineering, University of New Mexico
Project Abstract; Final ReportEffects of Gender and Predation Risk on Depth Choice in the Mosquitofish, Gambusia affinisTony Spitzack, Department of Biology, Eastern New Mexico University
Project Abstract; Final ReportEffects of Burning and Thinning on Forest HydrologyAnthony Madrid, Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University
Project Abstract; Final ReportGeochemistry of Rio Grande Rift Travertine Depositing Springs: Implications for Rio Grande Valley WaterDennis L. Newell, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of New Mexico
Project Abstract; Final ReportClimate, Land-use Change, and Hydrologic Response: Modeling the Rio Puerco BasinRobert W Wyckoff, Earth and Environmental Sciences, New Mexico Tech

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