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Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in 1980

Earl F. Sorensen

Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in 1980

by Earl F. Sorensen

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Published by New Mexico State Engineer in Santa Fe, N.M .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Water consumption -- New Mexico.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 17.

      Statementby Earl F. Sorensen ; prepared in cooperation with the United States Geological Survey.
      SeriesTechnical report / New Mexico State Engineer ;, 44, Technical report (New Mexico. State Engineer Office) ;, 44.
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTC424.N6 A3 no. 44
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 51 p. :
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3144678M
      LC Control Number82622343

      Download water use by categories in new mexico counties and river basins and irrigated acreage in or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get water use by categories in new mexico counties and river basins and irrigated acreage in book now. This site is like a library, Use. cooperative program with the New Mexico State Engineer Office. Water-use data are collected for every county in New Mexico (Sorensen, E. F., , Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in New Mexico State Engineer Technical Rep 51 p.).

      The east mountain area of central New Mexico includes the eastern one-third of Bernalillo County and portions of Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Torrance Counties. The area covers about square miles. The Madera Limestone, the principal aquifer in the east mountain area, is the sole source of water for domestic, municipal, industrial, and agricultural uses for many residents. coverage, energy production, amount of acres irrigated, amount of people and water consumption are Bernalillo, San Juan and Dona Ana. The counties of De Baca, Lunas and Valencia are the counties who less contribute New Mexico. - New Mexico water supply is covered by surface water and groundwater almost at the same rate in terms in percentage.

      The Rio Grande can be divided into three segments: the upper Rio Grande, the Rio Chama, and the middle Rio Grande. Water transfer issues in northern New Mexico focus on the upper Rio Grande Valley ().A detailed description of the rich physical, cultural, institutional, and economic interactions in the valley is found in The Upper Rio Grande: A Guide to Decision Making (Shupe and Folk-Williams. ing the quantity of wet water that can be put to beneficial use by the water rights possessor. These two processes were initiated in in New Mexico's Lower Rio Grande region with the filing of Elephant Butte Irrigation District v. State Engineer, Dona Ana County Cause No. CV , by the Elephant Butte Irrigation District3 (EBID). As of.


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Wilson, Brian C. Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in Technical Report NewMexico State Engineer Office, Santa Fe, NM. Wilson, Brian C. and Lucero, Anthony A. Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in Technical.

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Get this from a library. Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in [Earl F Sorensen; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Water Use by Categories in New Mexico Counties and River Basins, and Irrigated Acreage in Prepared by Brian C.

Wilson, P.E. and Anthony A. Lucero New Mexico State Engineer Office Technical Report 49 September c WATER USE BY CATEGORIES IN NEW MEXICO COUNTIES AND RIVER BASINS, AND IRRIGATED ACREAGE IN by Earl F. Sorensen ABSTRACT Water withdrawals and depletions in in New Mexico counties and river basins are tabulated in this report.

Water use is shown for 12 categories and the amounts furnished from surface-waterand ground-water sources are identified. Water withdrawals in New Mexico counties and river basins were tabulated for nine water use categories: 1. Public Water Supply 2. Self-Supplied Domestic 3. Irrigated Agriculture 4.

Self-Supplied Livestock 5. Self-Supplied Commercial 6. Industrial 7. Mining 8. Power 9. Reservoir Evaporation Previous water use reports contained lengthy. Water withdrawals in New Mexico counties and river basins were tabulated for nine water use categories: 1.

Public Water Supply 2. Self-Supplied Domestic 3. Irrigated Agriculture 4. Water use by categories in new mexic o c ounties and river basins, and irrigate d acre age in (Tec h.

Rep. 47). New Mexico Office of the State Engineer. ater-use estimates for the Middle Rio Grande Basin, New Mexico, W [Counties included Bernalillo, Sandoval, Socorro, and Valencia.

All values in acre-feet. Data from Wilson and others, ] Water-use category Surface-water. Sorensen, E. Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated and dryland cropland acreage in Technical Report New Mexico State Engineer Office, Santa Fe, NM.

U.S. Bureau ofReclamation. A basis for formulating a water resources program for New Mexico. U.S. Bureau ofReclamation open. Sorensen, E. F.,Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated and dry cropland acreage in New Mexico State Engineer Technical Rep 34 p.

Wilson, B. “Water Use by Categories in New Mexico Counties and River Basins, and Irrigated Acreage in ” New Mexico State Engineer Office, Technical Rep. Sorensen, E. F.,Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in New Mexico State Engineer Technical Rep 51 p.

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This report graphically summarizes water-use data by county and river basin in New Mexico in The primary source of data was NMSEO Technical Report4 7 (Wilson, ), which contains tables of water-use data by county and river basin.

The data presented here are in the same format (categories of use and units) as the. Sorensen, E. F.,Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in New Mexico State Engineer Technical Rep 51 p.

sir US GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE surface water groundwater water quality water use WaterWatch site data NWISWeb gis data. All USGS This site only. DATA CENTER. Interactive Mapper; Webcams; Real-time data. Streamflow; Groundwater; Water quality; New Mexico Resource Geographic Information System Program; National Park Service Cartographic Resources; National Soil Survey.

Water use by categories in New Mexico counties and river basins, and irrigated acreage in Publication Type: Book: Authors: Wilson, B: Place Published: Santa Fe, NM: Publisher: New Mexico State Engineer Office: Year: Keywords: Irrigation – New Mexico, Water consumption – New Mexico, Water use – New Mexico: Call Number: TC N6.

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State Engineer Office.].Water Rights in New Mexico State law governs the appropriation of water in New Mexico (NM). A private citizen in the state does not own water, but has the right to use water.

In the state, a water right is a property right. The nature of a private property right interest under appropriation of water can vary from state to state.