NM WRRI’s 25th Annual Water Conference

A Quarter Century of Water Research

Apr. 24-25, 1980, NM WRRI, NMSU
WRRI Report No. 124
Conference Proceedings (as one file)





Conference Photos

New Mexico Statewide Advisory Committee & Speakers


Table of Contents

Welcome to the University

Session I: Meet the Speakers

Water Resources Research - The Early Years - H. Ralph Stucky

A Historical Perspective of Water Management in New Mexico - Steve E. Reynolds

The Importance of Crop Production Functions in Evaluating Consumptive Use of Water - Eldon G. Hanson and Theodore W. Sammis

Water Resource of the Rio Grande - Robert R. Lansford

Session II: Meet the Speakers

Saline Water Utilization - An International Perspective - George O'Connor

Results of Computer Modeling of Groundwater Flow - The Calcium Carbonate Aquifer of the Central Roswell Basin - Kenneth R. Rehfeldt

Water Conservation Through Plant Breeding - Alfalfa - Marvin Wilson and Bill Melton

U.S. Geological Survey: Update on Current Activities - James F. Daniel

Water and Power Resources Service: Update on Current and Proposed Activities - Warren Weber

The Six-state High Plains-Ogallala Aquifer Area Study - Joe B. Harris

160-Acre Limitation: Current Status - Frank DuBois

Banquet: Sweeping Sand in the Desert - Pat O'Meara

Session III: Meet the Speakers

The Impact of Energy Development on Water Resources - Larry Kehoe

Mine Dewatering - Michael B. Campbell

Federal Water Legislation - Harold Brayman

The Impact of Desalting on Water Supply - Alamogordo, New Mexico - Don Des Jardin

The Future of Water Quality - Peter Krenkel

Future Roles for the Corps of Engineers - Colonel Bernard Roth

The Future of Agricultural Water Use in New Mexico - George Dawson