NM WRRI’s 16th Annual Water Conference

Water-A Key to a Quality Environment

Mar. 25-26, 1971


Conference Proceedings (as one file)




Proceedings of the Annual New Mexico Water Conference 1956 – 1971

Proclamation – Water For New Mexico Week



Table of Contents

Water – A Key To A Quality Environment – New Mexico And The Southwest – Gerald Thomas

Comprehensive Study On The Rio Grande – San Marcial, New Mexico To Fort Quitman, Texas – Jesse Gilmer

Problems And Projects Of The Elephant Butte Irrigation District – Wayne Cunningham

Renovating Sewage Effluent By Groundwater Recharge – Herman C. Bouwer, J. C. Lance, and R. C. Rice

Water And New Mexico’s Welfare – Governor Bruce King

Solutions To Water Problems — The Time Is Now – Allen Agnew

Moderator of Student Program – Richard L. Thomas

Systems Analysis in Natural Resource Management – E. T. Bartlett

Arizona’s Groundwater Problem And Proposed Legislation – Dean Eldon Peterson and larry L. Deason

Importance Of The Irrigation Of Corn (Zea mays, L.) During Its Maximum Rate Of Transpiration Period – Jose Macias Quintana and Jaime Leal Diaz

Antitranspirants: A Possible Alternative To The Eradication Of Saltcedar Thickets – Robert S. Cunningham and David B. Thorud

Sediment: The Critical Aspect Of Future Water Quality In The Aspen, Colorado Region – David Manni

The Potential Contamination Of Surface Waters By Herbicides – Robert W. Wocknitz

Monthly Consumptive Irrigation Requirements As A Guide To Efficient Management – Bobby J. Creel

Basic Summary Of Student Section – Ralph Fegley

Impact Of Water Development For The Navajos – W. D. Gorman

Land And Water Problem Solving On The Upper Rio Grande – Ralph M. Bell

Water Import To West Texas And New Mexico – Bill Clayton

The Historical Approach To Water Law — Its Value And Its Problems – Ira G. Clark

Cochiti – A Key Water Resource Development For New Mexico – Colonel R. L. West

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