3 edition of Sources of water to the Rio Grande upstream from San Marcial, New Mexico found in the catalog.
Sources of water to the Rio Grande upstream from San Marcial, New Mexico
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Stephanie J. Moore ... [et al.]|
|Series||USGS fact sheet -- 110-03, Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-03-110|
|Contributions||Moore, Stephanie J, Geological Survey (U.S.), Albuquerque (N.M.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (6 p.) :|
The Rio Grande (/ ˈ r iː oʊ ˈ ɡ r æ n d / or / ˈ r iː oʊ ˈ ɡ r ɑː n d eɪ /; Spanish: Río Bravo del Norte, Spanish pronunciation: [ˈri.o ˈβɾaβo ðel ˈnoɾte] or simply Río Bravo) is one of the principal rivers (along with the Colorado River) in the southwest United States and northern Rio Grande begins in south-central Colorado in the United States and flows to Mouth: Gulf of Mexico. Predevelopment water-level map of the Santa Fe Group aquifer system in the middle Rio Grande Basin between Cochiti Lake and San Acacia, New Mexico by Geological Survey (U.S.) () 4 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
San Acacia is a small unincorporated community and census-designated place in Socorro County, New Mexico, United was once a prosperous railway town, but is now largely is a nearby diversion dam on the Rio Grande, important in : Socorro County. Hernandez JW. Rio Grande water quality base line study, , for the Rio Grande canals and associated drains from San Marcial, New Mexico to Fort Quitman, Texas. Las Cruces (NM): New Mexico State University, New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute. p. Hernandez JW.
Sources of water to the Rio Grande upstream from San Marcial, New Mexico. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet , 6p. Moore, S.J. and J. Constantz. Investigation of streamflow, infiltration, and recharge processes in the Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico (Abs). and San Marcial were estimated to be 35% and 11% of average, respectively. Table 2 presents the NRCS May 1, forecast volumes and estimated actual runoff for select stations within the Rio Grande Basin. Runoff stream flow volumes were estimated by adjusting actual stream flow data to account for existing upstream influences.
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Most of the water in the Rio Grande surface-water system comes from tributary inflow that originates in the San Juan or Sangre de Cristo Mountains and enters the watershed upstream from Rio Grande at Otowi Bridge, near San Ildefonso, New Mexico (reference no. 39) (fig.
Mean annual dischar ge at. Sources of Water to the Rio Grande Upstream from San Marcial, New Mexico By Stephanie J. Moore1, Scott K.
Anderholm1, Tara Williams - Sether, and John M. Stomp2Cited by: 1. Get this from a library. Sources of water to the Rio Grande upstream from San Marcial, New Mexico.
[Stephanie J Moore; Geological Survey (U.S.); Albuquerque (N.M.);]. Sources of water to the Rio Grande upstream from San Marcial, New Mexico /. 5 40RGrand Rio Grande blw Confl Conveyance Channel and River Lowest station on complete river before it enters Elephant Butte Reservoir 6 32RGrand Rio Grande at USGS gage near San Marcia Lowest station in AU (Rio Grande) 7 32RGrand Rio Grande Conveyance Channel at San Marcial near USGS gage A BOR/USGS station (CCGS).
Cl/Br in the Rio Grande 0 0 distance (km) Cl/Br (wt/wt) August January San Acacia Selden canyon Elephant Butte El Paso Albuquerque Los Lunas Lobatos Patterns of Salt Addition cont’d: Cl/Br in the Rio Grande File Size: 3MB. Rio Grande Water Management Agencies/Entities • U.S. Bureau Of Reclamation • U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers • U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs • International Boundary & Water Commission • New Mexico Office of the State Engineer • New Mexico Interstate Stream New Mexico book • State of Colorado DWR • Rio Grande Compact Commission.
stations in New Mexico 68 9. Annual water discharge and suspended-sediment load at selected stations in New Mexico 70 Annual water discharge and suspended-sediment loads of the Rio Grande at San Marcial, N. Mex 72 Reservoirs in New Mexico having a usable capacity of 30, acre-feet or more 73 Storage in reservoirs in New Mexico as of.
Fig. Sample locations in the Middle Rio Grande in New Mexico. Angostura, San Acacia and San Marcial were sampled as both channelized and non-channelized reaches.
At these locations, bends in the river created incisions with very narrow transition zones on side. The opposite side of the river in contrast was gently sloping with wide Cited by: Data collected as part of the Rio Grande Valley National Water Quality Assessment Program were used to evaluate spatial and temporal variations in streamflow and the concentration of dissolved solids at selected sites on the Rio Grande from Del Norte, Colorado, to El Paso, Texas, for the period of April to September Dissolved solids loads, which were estimated by a multivariate.
This memo summarizes our surficial geologic mapping of the Middle Rio Grande Valley between the towns of San Acacia and San Marcial, New Mexico. This river reach extends approximately 50 miles (80 km) from the San Acacia Diversion Dam on the north to the upstream high-water.
The Rio Grande is one of the longest rivers in North America ( miles). The Rio originates in the southern Rocky Mountains of Colorado, flows the whole length of New Mexico and forms the entire border between the state of Texas and the Republic of Mexico (fig.
The Rio is the greatest source of permanent water in the desert southwestCited by: Water is supplied from upstream flows of the Rio Grande with inputs from the Rio Puerco, Rio Salado, and arroyos. The area relies on surface flows and groundwater for its water supply. Water rights involved and length of existence: The area has been farmed for centuries with Tribal, acequia, and community water rights dating back to the s.
New Mexico as well as the live channel of the Rio Grande and the riparian bosque all within the geographic boundaries of the Rio Grande Surface Water Basin as defined and published by the New Mexico State Engineer which are a matter of public record at N.M.A.C.(recomp.
The San Juan-Chama Project brings water to the Rio Grande basin from the Colorado River Basin, building the Heron Dam to store some of the water, with an expansion of the El Vado Dam storing some of the remainder.
The Closed Basin Project extracts groundwater from the San Luis Valley and delivers it into the Rio Grande. Water resources in the Rio San Jose Basin are limited, and development for public supply, mining, agriculture, and commercial activities have the potential to affect the water availability and quality at a basin-wide scale.
This study is designed to provide water-resource managers with better. MODELING THE RIO GRANDE RIVER SYSTEM IN NEW MEXICO FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL TRADE-OFFS: AN OVERVIEW OF A CURRENT STUDY* Tim J.
Ward2, Richard A. Cole, Frank A. Ward, Paul R. Turner, George V. Sabol AbstractWater in New Mexico Author: Tim J. Ward, Richard A.
Cole, Frank A. Ward, Paul R. Turner, George V. Sabol. OF THE MIDDLE RIO GRANDE FROM COCHITI TO SAN MARCIAL, NEW MEXICO The Middle Rio Grande located in Central New Mexico is one of the most historically documented rivers in the United States.
Since the early 20th century regulatory agencies. Hydraulic Analysis and Double Mass Curves of the Middle Rio Grande from Cochiti to San Marcial, New Mexico Article January with 23 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Year Published: Traveltime of the Rio Grande in the Middle Rio Grande Basin, New Mexico, Water Years The quality of water in the Rio Grande is becoming increasingly important as more surface water is proposed for diversion from the river for potable and nonpotable uses.
The Rio Grande is the life-blood of central New Mexico. In this arid state, it is the source of water for the diversity of life along its native bosque and important irrigation for food production. The Rio Grande bosque is the result of the interaction between biological File Size: KB.Large rivers of the Southwestern United States are central to both ecological and human communities.
Complex relationships exist between water policy, management, and natural ecosystems. The San Acacia Reach of the Rio Grande in central New Mexico, a 50 mile stretch from San Acacia to San Marcial, has experienced multiple management and climate fluctuations over the past 80 years. San Marcial was a community in Socorro County, New Mexico, United States, founded in and survivor of two floods and a fire, but is now a ghost town a deserted site with little left of the original town, destroyed in a great flood in San Marcial was about 25 miles (40 km) south of : Socorro County.