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Rio Grande at Taos Junction Bridge near Taos, New Mexico.


New Mexico Water-Resources Project Summaries

Program Area: Climate and Surface Processes

Each of the projects listed below has a link to a file that provides a summary of the project; summary information includes:

  • Background
  • Objectives
  • Approach
  • Administrative Details

  • Prewildfire Assessments of Postwildfire Debris-Flow Hazards
  • Bandelier National Monument Postwildfire Flood Support
  • Changes in watershed hydrologic response time with post-wildfire changes in vegetation and surface fuels along a severely-burned, high-desert canyon, Bandelier National Monument, NM
  • Debris flows and Floods from Extreme Precipitation in September 2013, Gila National Forest, NM
  • Simulation of Pre- and Post-Fire Streamflow in the Upper Rio Hondo Basin, NM
  • Flood Analysis
  • Hydrologic Studies in the East Mountain Area of Bernalillo County, NM
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