Science & Water - Page 2 of 119 - Albuquerque Journal
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Deadline looms for western states to cut Colorado River ...
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Hydrology projections will require further reductions ... Hydrology projections will require further reductions in distribution
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A trying time for trout
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Wildfires prompt fish rescues in NM ... Wildfires prompt fish rescues in NM habitats
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Mosquitoes with West Nile virus detected in Albuquerque area
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Environmental and health officials in the ... Environmental and health officials in the Albuquerque area say they have found mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus. The City of Albuquerque Environmental Health Department ...
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Fire could impact Las Vegas water system for years
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State rushes to provide city with ... State rushes to provide city with filtration as reservoir runs low
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Rain revives Rio Grande flows
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Extra water has helped restore consistent ... Extra water has helped restore consistent irrigation
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Future with less water predicted in plan
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State's water infrastructure was not built ... State's water infrastructure was not built for climate change, say analysts
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New Mexico oil group appeals ozone pollution rules
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Opponents note some rules will 'inflict ... Opponents note some rules will 'inflict economic hardship' on residents
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Black Fire recovery meeting on Aug. 10 for ranchers, ...
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State and federal agriculture agencies will ... State and federal agriculture agencies will host a wildfire recovery meeting for Sierra County farmers and ranchers on Wednesday, Aug. 10, at 10 a.m. ...
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Hot, rainy weather expected for NM this week
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New Mexico is expecting another hot, ... New Mexico is expecting another hot, rainy week. Flooding is likely for many areas of the state burned by recent wildfires. Thursday will have ...