Environmental Flows Bulletin

  • December 2013
    • Director's Note
    • Questions Remain on Statewide River Program
    • Floods on the Pecos Scour Restoration Project
    • Restoration Projects—and a Parched Valley—Absorbed Floodwaters
    • Damming A River to Save It
  • June 2013
    • Director’s Note
    • Gila Plans Still Open to Debate
    • Climate-driven Changes for Southwestern Fish "Almost Inevitable"
    • The San Juan’s Flexible Flows
    • Farmers, Fish, and Flows All Suffer on the Middle Rio Grande
    • Striking a Balance: An Interview With FWS Regional Director Dr. Benjamin Tuggle
  • December 2012
    • Director's Note (Denise Fort)
    • Dry Times on the Rio Grande: Minnow Numbers Hit Historic Lows
    • The State of Forbearance
    • One Drought from Disaster for the Rio Grande (Steve Harris)
    • The ISC's Estevan López Talks Water with EFB
    • Thirty Years of Uncertainty: Development on the Gila
  • August 2012
    • Director's Note (Denise Fort)
    • Restoring Flows and Ecosystems on the San Juan (Laura Paskus)
    • Berry's Call to the River (Laura Paskus)
    • Keeping Water in Traditional Communities (Laura Paskus)
    • Reconnecting the Pecos River (Laura Paskus)
    • What's Next for River Restoration in New Mexico? (Laura Paskus)
    • News Around New Mexico (Laura Paskus)
  • April 2012
    • The Inaugural Issue of Environmental Flows Bulletin (Denise Fort)
    • Bringing Beauty Downstream: Mayor Coss on the Santa Fe River (Laura Paskus)
    • Conservationists and Irrigation District Blaze the Way on Water Transfers (Laura Paskus)
    • Rio Chama Project Addresses Stream Flow Dilemmas (Steve Harris)
    • Salazar Convenes New Committee on the Middle Rio Grande (Laura Paskus)