NM WRRI’s 36th Annual Water Conference

Agencies and Science Working for the Future

November 7-8, 1991, Corbett Center, NMSU
WRRI Report No. 265
Conference Proceedings (as one file)



Cover & Table of Contents

Student Paper Competition



Water Conference Advisory Committee

Water Resources: Global Impacts on Local Management – Gerald Thomas

University Technology Transfer – Averett Tombes

A Research Half-Life: Twenty Years of Studies on Watershed Processes – Tim Ward

A Historical Look at Watershed Improvement on the National Forests in New Mexico – Douglas Shaw

Hydrologic Responses to Fuelwood Harvest and Slash Disposal on a Pinyon-Juniper Dominated Grassland Site in the Gila National Forest – M. Karl Wood and Nasim Javed

Hydrologic Processes in the Pinyon-Juniper Vegetation Zone of Arizona and New Mexico – Susan Bolton, Timothy J. Ward and J. Sam Krammes

Current Issues in New Mexico Water Resources – Eluid Martinez

Training Needs of the New Mexico Environment Department – Kathleen Sisneros

Assessment of In Situ Bioremediation of Cyanide and Nitrate at a Heap Leach Mining Operation in New Mexico – James Markwiese and Carleton S. White

Sorption of Organics to Surface-Altered Zeolities – Daphne Neel and Robert S. Bowman

Enhancement of Solar Photocatalytic Detoxification by Adsorption of Porphyrins onto TiO2 – Sabir Majumder and Mark R. Ondrias

Soil Loss — Key to Understanding Site Productivity – Malchus B. Baker, Jr. and Roy L. Jemison

Decreasing Trends of Suspended Sediment Loads in Selected Streamflow Stations in New Mexico – Allen Gellis

Water Quality in the Rio Costilla Watershed: Multiple Agencies, Multiplying Problems – David Coss

Sewage Sludge Application in Semiarid Grasslands: Effects on Runoff and Surface Water Quality – Richard Aguilar and Samuel R. Loftin

Sedimentation Effects on Water Quality at Elephant Butte Reservoir – Lorenzo Arriaga

The Rio Grande Joint Initiatives — A Demonstration of Interagency Collaboration in Water Management – Eleonora Trotter, Richard Kreiner, and Garry Rowe

Fire and Gila Trout Recovery in Wilderness Watersheds – Bruce Anderson

Hydrologic Considerations Related to Inventory and Evaluation of Wildlife Water Units at White Sands Missile Range – Darren D. Divine, Bruce C. Thompson, Douglas W. Burkett, and Raul Valdez

Riparian Structures and Watershed Treatments in the Southwest: History, Status, and Management Implications — A Preliminary Report – Russell LaFayette and John N. Rinne

Research and Training Needs of Agencies: A Panel Discussion

Water Conference Participant List


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