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


New Mexico Water-Resources Project Summaries

Program Area: Environmental Geoscience

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

  • USGS New Mexico Water Science Center: Sediment data collection program
  • New Mexico Water Science Center: Sediment Surrogate Research
  • Urban Storm-Water Program: Storm-Water Management Through Accurate Data Collection
  • Assessment of Hydrologic Resources and the Potential Effects from Oil and Gas Development in the U.S. Bureau of Land Management: Tri-County Planning Area, Sierra, Doņa Ana, and Otero Counties, New Mexico
  • Monitoring for Potential Effects of the Gold King Mine Release on Water Quality in the Animas and San Juan Rivers in New Mexico using Continuous Monitors and Automatic Samplers
  • USGS Data Collection: Real-Time Rain Gages for Post Las Conchas-Fire Flood-Early Warning System
  • Post-Wildfire Investigation: Analysis of Soil Properties Based on Burn Severity
  • National Water-Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA) Rio Grande Valley Study
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