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 Conference Details LinkDateTitleWRRI Report No.Hard-copy Cost
W59November 18-19, 2014Connecting Stakeholders needs to Water Information38515.75
W58Nov. 21-22, 2013New Water Realities36415.75
W57Aug. 28, 2012Hard Choices, Adapting Policy and Management to Water Scarcity36115.75
W56Dec. 13-14, 2011New Water New Energy: A Conference Linking Desalination and Renewable Energy36015.75
W55Dec. 1-3, 2010Water Needs in the Next Decade: How Will Institutions Evolve to Meet Our Water Needs in the Next Decade?35915.75
W54Oct. 15-16, 2009Water Planning in a Time of Uncertainty35315.75
W53Oct. 22-23, 2008Surface Water Opportunities in New Mexico34715.75
W52Nov. 29-30, 2007Beyond the Year of Water: Living within Our Water Limitations34315.75
W51Oct. 3-4, 2006Water Quality for the 21st Century34015.75
W50Oct. 18-20, 2005New Mexico Water: Past, Present, and Future or Guns, Lawyers, and Money33915.75
W49Sep. 21-22, 2004Water Desalination and Reuse Strategies for New Mexico33615.75
W48Nov. 5-6, 2003New Mexico Water Planning 200332915.75
W47Oct. 10-11, 2002There’s No Doubt, We’re in a Drought32615.75
W46Nov. 5-7, 2001Watershed Management: Restoration, Utilization, and Protection32315.75
W45Dec. 4-6, 2000Water, Growth and Sustainability: Planning for the 21st Century31915.75
W44Dec. 2-3, 1999The Rio Grande Compact: It’s the Law!31215.75
W43Oct. 22-23, 1998Water Challenges in the Lower Rio Grande31015.75
W42Oct. 2-3, 1997Water Issues of Eastern New Mexico30415.75
W41Sep. 19-20, 1996Integrated Water Resources Management: Northwestern New Mexico as a Case Study30215.75
W40Oct. 26-27, 1995Reaching the Limits: Stretching the Resources of the Lower Rio Grande29715.75
W39Nov. 3-4, 1994The Water Future of Albuquerque and Middle Rio Grande Basin29021
W38Sep. 30-Oct. 1, 1993Addressing Water Issues through Conflict Resolution2845.25
W37Nov. 5-6, 1992Multicultural, Multiuse: Planning New Mexico’s Water Resources Future2735.25
W36Nov. 7-8, 1991Agencies and Science Working for the Future2655.25
W35Nov. 15-16, 1990Toward a Common Goal: Forging Water Quality Partnerships2575.25
W34Oct. 26-27, 1989The Relationship of Water Issues: Southeastern New Mexico as a Case Study2485.25
W33Oct. 27-28, 1988Water Planning from the Town Up2385.25
W32Nov. 5-6, 1987Ground Water Management2295.25
W31Oct. 23-24, 1986Managing the River2195.25
W30Oct. 24-25, 1985Megatrends in Water Resources1165.25
W29Apr. 26-27, 1984Water Law in the West18110
W28Apr. 5-6, 1983Water Quality in New Mexico1695.25
W27Apr. 1-2, 1982Hope for the High Plains1455.25
W26Mar. 26-27, 1981Water for a Growing and Changing Sunbelt State1345.25
W25Apr. 24-25, 1980A Quarter Century of Water Research12410
W24May 3-4, 1979The New National Water Policy: Will it Work in New Mexico?112
W23Apr. 27-28, 1978New Mexico Water Resources: Considering the Possible101
W22Apr. 28-29, 1977Water in the Future: 208 and You89
W21Apr. 1, 1976The Safe Drinking Water Act72
W20Apr. 3-4, 1975Water for Energy5310
W19No conference was held in 1974Papers supporting the theme of the proposed Conference, Water in Food and Fiber Production39
W18Apr. 5-6, 1973State Water Plan265
W17Apr. 6-7, 1972Water in Land Use Planning7
W16Mar. 25-26, 1971Water-A Key to a Quality Environment5
W15Mar. 12-13, 1970Water: There is No Substitute
W14Mar. 27-28, 1969Water Research and Development
W13Mar. 28-29, 1968Water for New Mexico to the Year 2000 and 2060
W12Mar. 30-31, 1967Water Quality-How Does It Affect You?
W11Mar. 31-Apr. 1, 1966Water Economics with Limited Supplies and a Increasing Population
W10Apr. 1-2, 1965People and Water in River Development
W9Mar. 19-20, 1964Research: The Key to the Future in Water Management
W8Jul. 1-2, 1963Saline Water Conference
W7Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 1962Water in 50 Years of Statehood with a Look to the Future
W6Nov. 1-2, 1961Groundwater
W5Nov. 1-2, 1960Watershed Management
W4Nov. 5-6, 1959Water and Water Law
W3Nov. 6-7, 1958New Mexico Water Present Use and New Sources
W2Nov. 7-8, 1957Water for Your Problems and Mine
W1Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 1956No Title10
Special Report 1Sep 1. 1956Water 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 Mexico10