Structuring a Collaboration Between Mexico and the U.S. for Managing Water Resources of Mutual Interest in the NAFTA Context

Water Supply and Wastewater Treatment/Reuse

Multiplicity (Available only in the Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
When it comes to tracking groundwater contaminant plumes, single completion monitoring wells are the standard choice, but they aren't the only one. After four years of trying...

NAFTA's Environmental Institutions and Texas Border Infrastructure

The Impacts of Trade Agreements on State and Provincial Laws

Water Rights and Markets in Latin America

Assessment of a Development Fee Shortfall

Solving Small Community Water and Wastewater Problems

Mexico City Water Mapping Project: Exporting Technology to Mexico–Lessons Learned

An Ecological Alternative for the Treatment of Wastewaters of Municipal Origin

Leonard's Law: The Albuquerque Theory of Financial Partnering

Ultrafine Cement Grouting of Dry Joints in Huites Dam, Choix, Mexico

Diffusion Model of Cu and Zn in Shallow Reservoir

Forced Circulation and Aeration in the Coastal Lagoon of Bojorquez, Mexico

Transport Analysis for Liners Underlain by Fractured Clays of the Valley of Mexico

Above Par Storm-Water Management
Storm water treatment wetlands like the one on a golf course adjacent to Alabama's Mobile Bay are only marginally more expensive to construct than wet ponds, but offer distinct...

Tunneling Under Pressure
Work will begin this month on the South Bay Ocean Outfall (SBOO) project, a $140 million undertaking to build 3.6 mi of tunneling through the saturated ground of the Pacific Ocean. When...

Implications Derived from Recent Research in Mexico on Confined Masonry Structures

Dormant Season Alfalfa Water Balance on the NIIP
Non-growing season water balance parameters were measured for alfalfa under high-elevation desert conditions of the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project in northwest New Mexico. The lysimeters...

Mobile Bay Scour Analysis for Mobile and Baldwin Counties, Alabama
Scour analyses were prepared for ten bridges and causeways in and around Mobile Bay on the Gulf Coast of Alabama. Interactions between riverine floods on the Mobile River and tidal storm...





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