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Demonstration of irrigation return flow water quality control in the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory ; Cincinnati, OH, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Ada, OK
Written in English
|Statement||Robert R. Lansford ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Lansford, Robert R, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory|
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The complete report, entitled "Demonstration of Irrigation Return Flow Water Quality Control in the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico," (Order No. PB; Cost: $, subject to change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield, VA Telephone: The EPA Project Officer.
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; New Mexico State University. ; Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory. Sammis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Demonstration of irrigation return flow water quality in the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Sammis, T: Place Published: Las Cruces, NM: Publisher: New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute: Year: Keywords: Irrigation efficiency – New Mexico – Mesilla Region, Water quality management – New Mexico.
Get this from a library. Demonstration of irrigation return flow water quality control in the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico. [Robert R Lansford; Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory.;]. A ha operating farm was used to demonstrate the water pollution control benefits of implementing improved irrigation management techniques and structures.
The commodity crops produced on the farm included wheat, tomatoes, cotton, lettuce, peppers, chiles, grain sorghum, and alfalfa. Improved water management in furrow, sprinkle, and trickle irrigation methods were evaluated.
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New Mexico Water Resources Research Report No. Wierenga, P.J. and T.C. Patterson. Quality and Quantity of Return Flow as Influenced by Trickle and Surface Irrigation. New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Report No.
pp. Water Resource Allocation Program (WRAP) Glossary of Water Terms. Rules, Regulations & Guidelines. Application & Forms. District Offices. District 1 Albuquerque.
District 2 Roswell. District 3 Deming. District 4 Las Cruces. District 5 Aztec. District 6 Santa Fe. District 7 Cimarron. Declared Groundwater Basins. Meter Information. EPA/ August EVALUATION OF A HYDROSALINITY MODEL OF IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW WATER QUALITY IN THE MESILLA VALLEY, NEW MEXICO by Lynn W.
Gelhar and Stephen G. McLin Department of Geoscience New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Socorro, New Mexico in cooperation with New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Demonstration of Irrigation Return Flow Water Quality Control in the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico of this report was to evaluate the economic and water use effects of alternative water management systems for the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico, which could result in reduced irrigation return flows to the Rio Grande.
was designed to reflect. FOTG-Section I - Irrigation Guide Irrigation Guide. The purpose of this Irrigation Guide is to provide irrigation information to be used by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) employees in both the planning of farm irrigation systems and the planning and application of on-farm irrigation systems and the planning and application of on-farm irrigation water management.
New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute New Mexico State University Phone: () MSCPO Box Fax: () An ecological framework for monitoring sustainable management of wildlife a New Mexico furbearer example.
[Washington, D.C.]: Denver, CO: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Biological Service ; May be obtained from the U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services. RESEARCH NEEDS FOR IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW QUALITY CONTROL by Gaylord V.
Skogerboe Associate Professor Agricultural Engineering Department Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado and James P. Law, Jr. Project Officer Treatment and Control Research Program Environmental Protection Agency Robert S.
Kerr Water Research Center Ada, Oklahoma for. Water quality in the shallow part of the alluvium aquifer along the Rio Grande has degraded because of leakage of poor-quality irrigation-return flow into the aquifer (Sheng and Devere The project consists of a acre demonstration site, a four-acre test site, and a hydrosalinity model.
On the acre demonstration site, a combination of present day irrigation techniques were used to show how, through modern water management, the irrigation return-flow quality and. The project consists of a acre demonstration site, a four-acre test site, and a hydrosalinity model.
On the acre demonstration site, a combination of present-day irrigation techniques will be used to show how, through modern water management, the irrigation return-flow quality. NMWQCC New Mexico Water Quality Control Commission The largest yields are from irrigation wells in Sunshine Valley.
Water is used for public-supply, domestic, livestock, and irrigation conducted a study of the water resources of Taos County.
Purpose and Scope This report describes the occurrence, availability, and quality of ground Cited by: 4. FIG Historic drain flow, Mesilla Valley 60 FIG Annual discharge of the Rio Grande at Leasburg and El Paso Narrows (Frenzel, ) 62 FIG Depth to water table, Mesilla Valley (Maddock and Wright Water Engineers, Inc., ) 70 FIG Approximate altitude of the water .Ground water contamination may be more significant.
Consequently, neither state has adopted the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program, nor regulations governing irrigation return flow quality control.
New Mexico, in fact, statutorially recognizes reasonable degradation for agricultural water use. 5.Water quality: In some regions, irrigation return flows associated with drains have been shown to have elevated levels of dissolved metals, pesticides, and herbicides.
A study on the water in drains entering Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge from the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District found little water quality impairment (Ong et.