NM WRRI’s 54th Annual Water Conference

Water Planning in a Time of Uncertainty

October 15-16, 2009, Isleta Casino and Resort
WRRI Report No. 353
Conference Proceedings (as one file)




Title Page

Table of Contents

Water Conference Advisory Committee

Conference Program

New Mexico’s 16 Regional Water Plans: One Size Does Not Fit All, Angela Bordegaray and Gretel Follingstad, Interstate Stream Commission

The Legislative Perspective on Funding the State Water Plan, Representative Andy Nunez, Chair, Water & Natural Resources Committee

New Mexico’s Planning Areas Versus Management Areas: Is There a Difference?, Blane Sanchez, Commissioner, Interstate Stream Commission

The Texas Water Planning Process, W. David Meesey, Texas Water Development Board

Albert E. Utton Memorial Water Lecture: A Kaleidoscope of Water Issues, Representative Joe Stell, retired New Mexico Legislator

New Mexico’s Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Development: Implementation of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and into the Future, Karen Gallegos, New Mexico Environment Department

The Hidden Value of Science in Planning, Wes Danskin, U.S. Geological Survey, San Diego

The Land and Water Supply Connection: Does Water Limit Growth?, Susan Kelly, Utton Transboundary Resources Center, University of New Mexico

Scenario Planning: Making Strategic Decisions in Uncertain Times, Timothy Thomure, HDR Engineering, Tucson

Panel Discussion: Regional Water Planners

Flood Control in an Urban Area: Challenges for AMAFCA, John Kelly, Albuquerque Metro Area Flood Control Authority

NMED’s Approach to Aquifer Storage and Recovery—Water Quality Issues, Robert George, New Mexico Environment Department

The Future of New Mexico’s Deep Water, John R. D’Antonio, Jr., Office of the State Engineer

The Future of Deep Water Permitting, Michelle Henrie, MHenrie | Land | Water

Deep Water Permitting: The Good, The Bad and The Just Plain Ugly, Ann Berkley Rodgers, Chestnut Law Office

The Future of New Mexico’s Deep Water Permitting, Guy Bralley, Sandoval County

Using New Mexico’s AIS Management Plan and Legislation to Protect Our Aquatic Resources, Barbara Coulter, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

They Are Going to Miss Me When I’m Gone: The Loss of Knowledge and Institutional Memory Due to Retirement, Karl Wood, New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute

Water Conference Participant List

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