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Conservation efforts and possibilities for increased collaboration in the Santa Cruz River watershed

@inproceedings{Zugmeyer2013ConservationEA,
  title={Conservation efforts and possibilities for increased collaboration in the Santa Cruz River watershed},
  author={Claire A. Zugmeyer and Emily Brott},
  year={2013}
}
  • Claire A. Zugmeyer, Emily Brott
  • Published 2013
  • Geography
  • Attendees of the annual Santa Cruz River Researchers’ Day meetings have identified a need to expand collaboration, partnership, and sharing of lessons learned across the watershed. To help guide this interest, Sonoran Institute organized a symposium on 2 May 2012 entitled “Santa Cruz River Conservation.” The symposium had simultaneous Spanish/English translation and featured (1) presentations of work being done within the watershed in Mexico, (2) a binational mapping session to inventory… CONTINUE READING

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