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Proceedings of the thirty-first annual meeting, National Reclamation Association, October 17-19, 1962, Portland, Oregon, includes: program; An address of welcome by Honorable Mark O. Hatfield; Address of welcome by Marshall N. Dana; Address by...
1962-10-01
2019-06-07
2019-06-07
In Utah and the arid West, life revolves around water. Land use decisions, land development, law, politics, and economic growth have all been shaped by water or the lack thereof. As demand for land and water increases, Westerners must not only...
2020-10-31
There are several planned alternatives for increasing the generation capacity of Hoover Dam to help meet peak power demands. These alternatives include: (a) uprating the existing generating units, (b) replacing or adding one or more generating...
1980-03-01
Progressive increases in concentration of dissolved solids in the Colorado River water from Lake Powell to Imperial Dam seem to alter plankton dynamics and biological productivity of the river. Also, changes in biological productivity and...
1971-01-01
Detailed index to Frank Milenski's files on court cases. Milenski stored these in cabinet A, drawers 3 and 4, which corresponds to Subseries 2.1: Court cases, under the current filing system. Most cover cases from Colorado's Division 2 Water...

2007-01-02
2007-01-02
Papers include correspondence, news clippings, memoranda, office files, legal documents, drafts of legislation, and transcripts of hearings. Principal topics include area planning, flood control and drainage, garbage and refuse collection and...

Limnological monitoring was conducted in Las Vegas Bay and Boulder Basin from April to December of 1988. The purpose of the monitoring was to (i) document possible changes in water quality resulting from decreased phosphorus loading and increased...
1989-04-01
A joint effort of the University Libraries and the Colorado Water Institute
2007-01-02
2007-01-02
2020-10-31
Agricultural water management (AWM) is an interdisciplinary concern, cutting across traditional domains such as agronomy, climatology, geology, economics, and sociology. Each of these disciplines has developed numerous process-based and empirical...
2018-12-05
Detailed index to Frank Milenski's files on court cases. Milenski stored these in cabinet A, drawers 3 and 4, which corresponds to Subseries 2.1: Court cases, under the current filing system. Most cover cases from Colorado's Division 2 Water...

2007-01-02
2007-01-02
The Idaho Water Resource Board is preparing a Comprehensive Aquifer Management Plan for the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer. As part of the data-gathering process for preparation of the plan, the Board and its advisory group have requested an...
2008-02-07
A joint effort of the University Libraries and the Colorado Water Institute
2007-01-02
2007-01-02
2020-10-31
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) operates dams in the Columbia River Basin, which encompasses 259,000 square miles of the Pacific Northwest. These dams are multipurpose facilities that fill regional needs for flood control, navigation,...
2020-10-31
The distribution of water and of enteric bacteria of possible fecal origin into Las Vegas Bay from Las Vegas Wash was determined. Determination of distribution patterns was attained by applying the concept of the population component ratio of...
1976-04-01
In Utah and the arid West, life revolves around water. Land use decisions, land development, law, politics, and economic growth have all been shaped by water or the lack thereof. As demand for land and water increases, Westerners must not only...
2020-10-31
2002 Rule 14 plans for the Colorado Water Protective & Development Association, Arkansas Groundwater Users Association, and the Lower Arkansas Water Management Association, LAWMA leases and augmentation plans, and curriculum vitae for Thomas...

2017-06-07
2017-06-07
Proceedings of the twenty-seventh annual meeting, National Reclamation Association, Houston, Texas, November 19, 20, 21, 1958: Reclamation -- food and fibre for our rapidly increasing population. Includes: program; Address by Price Daniel;...
1958-11-01
2019-06-07
2019-06-07
Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee, approved by each of the state caucuses and adopted by the thirty-fourth annual convention, National Reclamation Association, Kansas City, Missouri - November 7-12, 1965: The voice of the west
1965-11-01
2019-06-07
2019-06-07
Proceedings of third annual meeting, National Reclamation Association and Association of Western State Engineers, Salt Lake City, Utah, December 7, 8, 1934, includes a statement from Franklin D. Roosevelt; Welcome by Governor Henry H. Blood;...
1934-12-01
2019-05-17
2019-05-17
The distribution of water and of enteric bacteria of possible fecal origin into Las Vegas Bay from Las Vegas Wash was determined. Determination of distribution patterns was attained by applying the concept of the population component ratio of...
1976-04-01
Proceedings, thirty-third annual meeting, National Reclamation Association, Palm Springs, California, November 1964: Americans are eating well. Includes: program; Message from the President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson; Address of...
1964-11-01
2019-06-07
2019-06-07
Progress report on N. R. A. resolutions by National Reclamation Association, September - 1964
1964-09-01
2019-06-07
2019-06-07
The aerated Mililani well water, which removed about 40% of TCP, and spiked deionized water, intended to reduce the level of natural background organics, both appeared to increase the volume of water passing through the minicolumns before...
1992-10-01
Wahiawa Reservoir, a multiple-use facility, has historically experienced significant water quality problems, especially low dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations which are spatially and temporally variable. To assist decision-makers in selecting...
1981-03-01
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