Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Act Collaborative Program Final Reports

Using Existing Data From the Middle Rio Grande to Screen Water Quality Risks to Rio Grande Silvery Minnow - Volume 1 - Final Report (December 19, 2005)


Using Existing Data From the Middle Rio Grande to Screen Water Quality Risks to Rio Grande Silvery Minnow - Volume 2 – Appendix Tables (December 19, 2005)


Riparian Groundwater Models for the Middle Rio Grande: ESA Collaborative Program FY04 (March 2006)

Appendices:

Appendix A: Metadata

Appendix B: Groundwater Elevation Hydrographs for Floodplain Observation Wells

Appendix C: Rio Grande Flow Hydrographs

Appendix D: Model File Development – Metadata for Supporting Analyses

Figures:

Figure 1.1: Location of Upper Albuquerque, Lower Albuquerque and Belen Models

Figure 1.2: Location of Bernardo and Socorro Models

Figure 1.3: Location of Bosque del Apache and Fort Craig Model Framework

Figure 2:

Figure 2.1 Water Level Observations: Bernardo Model

Figure 2.2 Observation Well Locations: Socorro Model

Figure 2.3 Staff Gage Locations: Socorro Model

Figure 2.4a Geologic Material at Observation Wells, Socorro Reach

Figure 2.4b Geologic Material at Observation Wells, Socorro Reach

Figure 2.5a Measured Annual Riparian Evapotranspiration

Figure 2.5b Measured Monthly Riparian Evapotranspiration

Figure 2.6 Evapotranspiration as Related to Precipitation and Groundwater Depth

Figure 2.7 Locations of Seepage Run Measurements, Bernardo Model

Figure 3:

Figure 3.1 Rio Grande at Bernardo and San Acacia: Gage Flow and Associated Step-Function Hydrograph

Figure 3.2 FLO-2D Model Grid Assignment to Riparian Model Grid for In-Channel Flow Conditions

Figure 3.3 Annual Evapotranspiration Rates with Depth to Groundwater

Figure 3.4 Average Measured Monthly Evapotranspiration for Various Plan Groups, and Hypothetical Evapotranspiration Rate Curve used in Temporally Varying Evapotranspiration Package

Figure 4:

Figure 4.1 Change in Simulated Head after Model Re-Calibration, Upper Albuquerque

Figure 4.2 Change in Simulated Head after Model Re-Calibration, Lower Albuquerque

Figure 4.3 Change in Simulated Head after Model Re-Calibration, Belen

Figure 5.1 Groundwater Elevations in the Rio Grande Valley Shallow Aquifer, San Acacia to San Antonio, NM (data obtained from USGS)

Figures 6.1 through 6.14 Observed and Simulated Groundwater Levels

Tables

Tables 2.1 through 6.7


Initial Island and Bar Geomorphic Surveys for the Riverine Habitat Restoration Project in the Albuquerque Reach, Middle Rio Grande, New Mexico (March 23, 2006)

Summary of Construction Activities at the South Diversion Channel Subreach (April 2006)

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Middle Rio Grande Riverine Restoration Project Phase II Environmental Assessment – Administrative Draft (October 2006)


Letter to ISC from MRGCD: Belen Gauges (March 31, 2006)


Middle Rio Grande Gaging Station Instrumentation, A Joint Project Funded by: The Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Act Collaborative Program and the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission (May 2006)


Evaluating Hydrologic Effects of Water Acquisitions on the Middle Rio Grande (June 10, 2005)


Water Management Decision – Support System for Middle Rio Grande Irrigation – FY 2003 Project Report (June 6, 2005)


Water Management Decision – Support System for Irrigation in the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District – FY 2004 Project Report (March 2006)

Front Cover

Report

Appendices:

Appendix A: Link-Node Networks for Belen and Socorro Division Models

Appendix B: System Infrastructure Data

Appendix C: MRGCD Metered Stream Flow Metadata

Appendix D: Example Ditchrider Interview Summary: Belen Division Service Area 301

Appendix E: Crop-Specific Relationships between Crop Coefficient and Growing Degree Days for the Middle Rio Grande Valley

Appendix F: Compact Disk Containing Data and Model Files, and Full Text of Report and Appendices


Evaluation of Bar Morphology, Distribution and Dynamics as Indices of Fluvial Processes in the Middle Rio Grande, New Mexico (March 14, 2006)

Appendices:

Appendix A: Aerial Photography

Appendix B: Morphologic, Hydrologic and Sedimentologic Changes in the Middle Rio Grande

Appendix C: Stratigraphic Sections

Appendix D: Cross-sectional Geometry for the 10 Study Sites