Applying U.S. Technology to Water Supply Problems in México

The Río San Juan Pilot Study - A Weap Application

Geoenvironmental Issues Facing Mexico

Geoenvironmental Studies in Mexico City

NAFTA Handbook for Water Resources Managers and Engineers
Sponsored by ASCE; the U.S.–Mexican Policy Studies Program, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin. This report...

Bullwinkle's Big Brother
In 1980, the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award went to Cognac, Shell Oil Co.'s then-tallest offshore platform. In 1989 the Bullwinkle platform became the new...

Rainfall and Runoff for Southwestern Desert Watersheds: A Characterization

International Water Quality Standards Along the US-Mexico Border: A Progress Report

Assessment of Nutrient Loads in Streamflow to the Gulf of Mexico

A Case Study of Albuquerque's Conservation Program

Developing New Groundwater Resources to Meet the Critical Demands of a Fast Growing Mexican City

Water Infrastructure Study Saltillo, Mexico

Calibration and Validation of a Groundwater Model for Southern New Mexico

Application of the International Law in the Management of Transboundary Waters

Needs and Illusions About Household Water Metering

Developing Irrigation Guidelines for Managing Limited Water Supplies

New Departures in Water Management in Mexico

Whose Globe is Warming at the U.S.-Mexico Boder?

Anatomy of the Extraordinary Drought at the United States-Mexico Border

The Construction Industry Under NAFTA -- A Panel Session





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