• Geography
  • Published 2003

Cooperative Water Resources Modeling in the Middle Rio Grande Basin

@inproceedings{Passell2003CooperativeWR,
  title={Cooperative Water Resources Modeling in the Middle Rio Grande Basin},
  author={Howard David Passell and Vincent C Tidwell and Stephen H. Conrad and Richard Patrick Thomas and Jesse Dillon Roach},
  year={2003}
}
The watersheds in which we live are comprised of a complex set of natural and social systems that interact over a range of spatial and temporal scales. These systems are continually evolving in response to changing climatic patterns, land use practices, and the increasing intervention of humans. Sustainable management of watersheds and their water resources benefits from the development and application of models that offer a comprehensive and integrated view of these complex systems and the… CONTINUE READING

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