NM WRRI’s 48th Annual Water Conference

New Mexico Water Planning 2003

November 5-6, 2003,
Hyott Regency,
Tamaya Resort & Spa,
Santa Ana Pueblo
WRRI Report No. 329
Conference Proceedings (as one file)



Director’s Statement

Tribute to Kelly Summers

Water Conference Advisory Committee

Conference Program

Overview of How Water Planning is Being Formulated in New Mexico – John R. D’Antonio, Jr.

How a State Water Plan Extends Beyond Our Borders – Estevan R. López

Legislative Perspective on State Water Planning – Mimi Stewart

Navajo Nation Plans for Their Water Future – John W. Leeper

Albert E. Utton Memorial Lecture – Ambassador Alberto Székely

In the Spirit of Collaboration – Developing Solutions to New Mexico’s Water Problems – John W. Keys, III

Acoma Pueblo Takes a Unique Approach to Water Planning – Fidel Lorenzo and Laura Watchempino

How Water Quality Affects Planning – Ron Curry

Panel Discussion: Challenges, Opportunities, and Concerns When Planning for New Mexico’s Water Future

Planning for Drought – Anne Watkins

Water Rights Transfers: Key to Water Planning – Jim C. Brockmann

A Rural Perspective on Regional Water Planning from the Mora-San Miguel Water Planning Region – Tracy Seidman Hephner and Joanne Hilton

Regional Water Planning in a Mixed Urban, Riverine and Rural Area — The Middle Rio Grande – Bob Wessely

Why Do We Need Research for Regional and State Water Planning in New Mexico? – M. Karl Wood

Desalination Trends and Issues – Mike Hightower and Thomas Jennings

Groundwater and Surface Water Modeling for Water Planning – Phil King and Nabil Shafike

Planning and Development of Impaired Waters at El Paso Water Utilities – Ed Archuleta

The Next Steps – Implementation of the State Water Plan

Water Conference Participant List


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