Science & Water - Albuquerque Journal
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Rains ease drought, but flooding threats loom
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Some portions of state received over ... Some portions of state received over half their typical average rainfall
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Leak detection companies investigate Chama water leak
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Two leak detection companies arrived in ... Two leak detection companies arrived in the northern New Mexico village of Chama this week to assess a water system failure which has left ...
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Governor appoints former state senator from Jal as new ...
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Gregg Fulfer's background includes oil and ... Gregg Fulfer's background includes oil and ranching
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'Not all doom and gloom'
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State making progress on 50-year water ... State making progress on 50-year water plan
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FEMA disaster center in Belen to close Saturday
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency will ... The Federal Emergency Management Agency will permanently close a disaster recovery center in Belen on June 25.   The Valencia County center had been open ...
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Conference outlines NM solar successes, challenges
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A rainy morning couldn't dampen the ... A rainy morning couldn't dampen the sunny enthusiasm at the American Solar Energy Society conference on Wednesday at the University of New Mexico. Industry ...
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NM offers bacteria tests for private wells in fire ...
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The Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire may ... The Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire may have contaminated private drinking water supplies in northern New Mexico.    State agencies do not regulate water quality for ...
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FEMA disaster center in Mora to close June 25
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency's disaster ... The Federal Emergency Management Agency's disaster recovery center at the VFW Hall in Mora will close permanently on June 25, the agency announced on ...
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Findings in fire report 'incredibly disturbing'
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Forest Service review reveals team followed ... Forest Service review reveals team followed plan, but underestimated risks if blaze got out of control