This folder contains projects, reports, and papers related to agricultural water use such as the impacts of irrigation efficiency. Readers are encouraged to leave comments below each posting.
This folder contains HDR's final report to the Interstate Stream Commission on benthic macroinvertebrate productivity in the Gila River, the potential effects of a diversion on the macroinvertebrate community, and the potential benefits of augmentation on the macroinvertebrate community.
Analyses of proposals by Pleasanton East Side Ditch Co., 1892 Luna Irrigation Ditch Association, Sunset and New Mexico New Model Canals, and Catron County.
This folder contains engineering reports related to diversion and storage proposals.
This folder contains information and reports from the ISC's ecological studies.
This folder contains economic studies related to the AWSA and AWSA proposals.
Final PERs for the Deming, Grant County, and Grant County Water Commission effluent reuse proposals.
The files in this folder present histograms of the historical distributions of flow with and without diversions under the 2004 Arizona Water Settlements Act. A minimum flow of 150 cfs or more was utilized at all times.
This folder contains documents related to geotechnical investigations for the NM Unit.
This folder contains reports and data from the range of fields related to the Gila watershed.
This folder contains the results of the investigation into groundwater-surface water interactions in the Gila River Basin of New Mexico and the potential hydrologic changes associated with additional water use pursuant to the Arizona Water Settlements Act of 2004.
This folder contains reports on characteristics of the Gila River's natural and potentially-altered hydrologic regime based upon the Nature Conservancy's Indicators of Hydrologic Alteration software.
This folder contains documents from the Interstate Stream Commission (ISC).
This folder contains documents and reports related to the municipal water conservation proposals and evaluations.
This folder contains reports produced by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
This folder contains reviews of certain chapters of the Nature Conservancy's "Gila River Flow Needs Assessment," published in July 2014. The reviews were all conducted by independent experts.
This spreadsheet illustrates the structure only of a linked diversion-yield model that can be easily modified and used by experts, stakeholders, and the public to investigate the impacts of different scenarios that could be used to develop AWSA water. This spreadsheet on the website should NOT be used to estimate diversions, yield, or the impacts of current ideas or concepts of how AWSA water might be developed. This spreadsheet model on the website cannot be modified. To obtain and use a fully unlocked model for yourself, follow the steps below: 1. Click on and open the model on the AWSA website (the spreadsheet model) and select an entire worksheet by clicking on the triangle in the space just above and to the right of cell A1. 2. Copy the selected worksheet by simultaneously typing the "ctrl" button and the "c" button. 3. Open a blank workbook. 4. Select a blank sheet in the workbook you have opened (the user workbook) and select the entire blank sheet by clicking on the triangle in the space just above and to the right of cell A1. 5. Paste the copied worksheet into the new worksheet by simultaneously typing the "ctrl" button and the "v" button. 6. Copy the worksheet name from the tab at the bottom of the worksheet on the website to the tab at the bottom of worksheet you have just copied in your workbook. 7. Repeat for every worksheet in the website workbook. After you have copied every sheet in the spreadsheet model workbook into your workbook, you will have a fully functional model you can use to investigate different scenarios. If you encounter problems, please call 827-6160 and ask for Craig, Helen, or Ali. We will be happy to walk you through the process, or if you prefer, email you an unlocked copy of the spreadsheet.
This is an unlocked version of the ISC’s Gila Symposium Yield Model and therefore is subject to modification by anyone opening this file. As a consequence, the ISC makes no representations and/or warranties regarding this unlocked version of the model.