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Phreatophyte control in the Pecos River basin

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation

Phreatophyte control in the Pecos River basin

hearing before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affiars, United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, first session, on S.J. Res. 49, a joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of the interior to carry out a continuing program to reduce nonbeneficial consumption use of water in the Pecos River basin, in New Mexico and Texas. May 21, 1963

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water conservation -- Pecos River watershed,
  • Phreatophytes

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15252496M
    LC Control Number63061923

    The Pecos River Ecosystem Project was proposed by the Red Bluff Water and Power Control District in , to address saltcedar issues along the Pecos River. The initial objectives of the project were to increase efficiency of water delivery in the river to irrigation districts within the. PHREATOPHYTES: PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES PHREATOPHYTES: PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES Hughes, Eugene E. Water conservation on land areas is concerned with all losses of water from the time it falls until it flows into the ocean. Since this paper is concerned with phreatophytes, we shall consider only those losses that occur after the water arrives in a river basin .

    ISSUES CONCERNING PHREATOPHYTE CLEARING, REVEGETATION, AND WATER SAVINGS ALONG THE GILA RIVER, ARIZONA. William L. Graf Department of Geography. Duncan T. Patten Center for Environmental Studies. Bonnie Turner Center for Environmental Studies. Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona The overall objective of Subtask is to examine the hydrologic impacts of Tamarix spp. (saltcedar) control along a 5 km segment of the Pecos River near Mentone, Texas.

    Owner Title: Public Affairs Officer Organization: Upper Colorado Regional Office Address: South State Street, Rm City: Salt Lake City, UT . Pecos River Sub-basin 2 •Sound and unsound reaches –Heavily managed –Poor water quality –Groundwater-fed, rare and unique species in lower •6 gages for flow recommendations •HEFR, water quality reviews, biology overlay.


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Phreatophyte control in the Pecos River basin by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pecos River or an addition to ground-water storage or both. The increases or additions are attributed to a decrease in the use of ground water by saltcedars through the clearing and control program.

"Base flow" as used in this report is the gain in the base flow of the Pecos River between the Acme and Artesia gaging by: Phreatophyte control in the Pecos River Phreatophyte control in the Pecos River basin book hearing before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, first session, on S.J.

Res. 49, a joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to carry out a continuing program to reduce nonbeneficial consumption use of water in the. observed at the McMillan Reservoir on the Pecos River in New Mexico.

In the interest of conserving water to meet an ever-growing demand and to reduce flood hazards in the Southwest, more and more attention must be given to the phreatophyte problem.

Pecos River Non-Native Phreatophyte Management Program Update Restoration- Fire- BLM completed a prescribed burn Winter and Springcovering approximately 21 river miles from the Texas/NM state line up to McDonald crossing.

There were some plants that were in high waters (CID release) that will be addressed this fall as to re-firing. Phreatophyte Control in the Pecos River Basin: hearings before the United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation, Eighty-Eighth Congress, first session, on PECOS Pecos River, one of the major tributaries of the Rio Grande, rises on the western slope of the Santa Fe mountain range in Mora County, New Mexico (at 35°59' N, °33' W), and runs south through San Miguel, Guadalupe, De Baca, Chaves, and Eddy counties in New Mexico before it enters Texas just east of the th meridian.

The Basin derives virtually all of its irrigation water from groundwater stored in a shallow alluvial aquifer and an artesian aquifer formed principally in the San Andres limestone. The Roswell Artesian Basin has been described as a world-class example of.

Pecos River. The Pecos River, famous in the folklore of the frontier, flows out of the Pecos Wilderness, through rugged granite canyons and waterfalls, and passes small, high-mountain meadows. The wild and scenic river corridor has been a popular recreation setting for many decades.

Its popularity continues to increase because it provides a. river or lake. Watershed (drainage basin): an area or region drained by a river, river system or other body of water.

In the activity, the tributaries of the Colorado River are divided into the Upper Colorado Basin and the Lower Colorado Basin. They are all part of the Colorado River Basin, but are considered separately in dividing water for. Pecos River Basin.

The Pecos River, a major tributary to the Rio Grande, drains ab km 2 in New Mexico and western Texas. From its headwaters in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in northern New Mexico, the Pecos flows km across eastern New Mexico and into west Texas, where it converges with the Rio Grande [Yuan and Miyamoto.

the Pecos river and the Rio Grande river contingent upon a statewide phreatophyte/watershed strategic plan to be developed by the departments of agriculture, energy, minerals and natural resources, state engineer, environment and Indian Size: 8MB.

The Pecos River (Spanish: Río Pecos) originates in north-central New Mexico and flows into Texas, emptying into the Rio headwaters are on the eastern slope of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range in Mora County north of Pecos, NM, at an elevation of o feet (3, m) feet.

The river flows for miles (1, km) before reaching the Rio Grande near Mouth: Rio Grande. PECOS RIVER STRUGGLES The Health of the Rio Grande River Basin The Pecos River is the largest river basin flowing into the Rio Grande River in Texas.

As such, its importance historically, biologically and hydrologically to the future of the lower Rio Grande Basin is huge. The flows of the once great Pecos River have dwindled to a mereFile Size: 33KB. Areas of the Pecos River Basin treated for saltcedar control during – Percent mortality estimates were made during the summer of at six sites along the river treated in and Average estimated mortality within a site ranged from a low of 84% to a high of % after herbicide by:   Major benefits were weighed against major costs associated with recent saltcedar control efforts along the Middle Pecos River, New Mexico.

The area of study was restricted to both sides of the channel and excluded tributaries along the km between Sumner and Brantley dams.

Direct costs (helicopter spraying, dead tree removal, and revegetation) within Cited by: WOODY PHREATOPHYTES ALONG THE COLORADO RIVER FROM SOUTHEAST RUNNELS COUNTY TO THE HEADWATERS IN BORDEN COUNTY, TEXAS and location of future phreatophyte-control programs and the Quantities of water savings to be expected from At the time thisstudy was made ().

the Pecos River Basin Waler Salvage Project, New. planning area includes the Pecos River reach form Santa Rosa Dam in Guadalupe County in the north and extends to the Texas/ New Mexico state line in southern Eddy County. The largest area of drainage lies west of the Pecos River Basin and extends to the watershed divide in Lincoln and Otero Counties.

Get this from a library. Hydrologic effects of phreatophyte control, Acme-Artesia reach of the Pecos River, New Mexico, [G E Welder; Pecos River. "Phreatophyte Control in the Pecos River Basin." Hearing before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee of Interior and Insular Affairs.

88th Congress, 1st session on S. Res 5: Cost/Benefit Considerations for Recent Saltcedar Control, Middle Pecos River, New Mexico Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Management 43(2) June with Reads. Non-Native Phreatophyte Control () Total Acres Canadian River 4, Pecos Ri Lower Rio Grande 9, Upper Rio Grande 3, Grand To Source: New Mexico Department of Agriculture (September ).Hydrologic effects of phreatophyte control, Acme-Artesia reach of the Pecos River, New Mexico, Water-Resources Investigations Report Surface-water quality of the Cedar River basin, Iowa-Minnesota, with emphasis on the occurrence and transport of herbicides, May through November, Water-Resources.

Hydrologic effects of phreatophyte control, Acme-Artesia Reach of the Pecos River, New Mexico, – U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report Author: Robert G.

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