Special Report 1

Water Resources and Their Economic Importance in New Mexico, a set of papers presented at a staff and graduate seminar conducted by the Agricultural Economics Department, New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, State College, New Mexico

September 1956

 

Conference Proceedings (as one file)

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Contents

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Foreword

Contents

Source and Disappearance of the Total Water Supply – H. R. Stucky

A Brief Review of Surface Water Studies in New Mexico – Morris Evans

General Observations on Underground Water in New Mexico – W. P. Stephens

Legal Status of Water in New Mexico – Charles D. Harris

The Watershed Protection Program – Public Law 566 – Harold B. Elmendorf

The Soil and Water Conservation Program in New Mexico – Robert C. Young

Water Production from Forest Lands of New Mexico – George D. Hardaway

Southwest Watershed Studies of Agricultural Research Service – Joel E. Fletcher and J. L. Gardner

The Effects of Interstate Compacts on New Mexico Water Supply – S. E. Reynolds

Irrigation Developments by the Bureau of Reclamation in New Mexico – Leon W. Hill

Water Supply and Costs in Operation of Rio Grande Project – Theodore H. Moser

The Colorado River Storage Project and Participating Partners – Ralph Charles

Ground Water: Its Importance to the Economy of New Mexico – C. S. Conover

Streamflow Investigations of the U. S. Geological Survey in New Mexico – Wallace T. Miller

The Work of the Corps of Engineers in New Mexico – Robert C. Woodson

Hydrologic Aspects of Planning Flood Control Works in New Mexico – John T. Martin

Problems of the Elephant Butte Irrigation District – John L. Gregg

Stream Flow Studies in the Mesilla Valley – Frank Bromilow

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