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Watch a video about "Climate Change in New Mexico over the Next 50 Years: Impacts on Water Resources"

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Microbursts on the Plains of San Agustin near the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array
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© 2020 Dana Ulmer-Scholle

October 27, 2021

In support of development of a 50-year water plan for New Mexico, the Interstate Stream Commission has tasked the New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources with convening a group of 8 water and climate research experts as an Advisory Panel. They have prepared a consensus study report on the current state of knowledge of how climate conditions and water resources may vary across our state during the next 50 years.

Watch:"New Mexico’s 50 Year Water Plan: A Solid Foundation" — a short video featuring authors discussing the report, also referred to as the Leap Ahead Analysis Assessment.

Read more about the Climate & Water Science Advisory Panel and download the report.

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