Circular 37—Ground-water data for Dwyer Quadrangle, Grant and Luna Counties, New Mexico, F. X. Bushman, 1955. The Dwyer quadrangle, comprising as area of about 250 mi2, lies between the parallels 32°30' and 32°45' N latitude and between the meridians 107°45' and 108°00' W longitude. All or parts of Townships 18, 19, 20, and 21 S, Ranges 9, 10, 11 W are included.
Circular 46 - Guides for development of irrigation wells near Clayton, Union County, New Mexico, B. Baldwin and F. X. Bushman, 1957. This preliminary report on part of Union County, in northeastern New Mexico, summarizes ground-water conditions in Clayton and Seneca 15-min quadrangles and includes water table maps.
Circular 93 - Structure, stratigraphy, and hydrogeology of the northern Roswell artesian basin, Chaves County, New Mexico, K. C. Havenor, 1968. Structural and stratigraphic controls of the quantity and quality of waters within the northernmost part of the Roswell artesian basin were studied using outcrops, cores, samples, and electric logs.
Circular 211 - Hydrogeothermal studies in the Albuquerque Basin--a geophysical investigation of ground water flow characteristics by M. Reiter, 2003
Bulletin 36: Mineral Resources of Fort Defiance and Tohatchi quadrangles, Arizona and New Mexico by J. E. Allen and R. Balk, 1954
Bulletin 87: Mineral and Water Resources of New Mexico, compiled in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey, State Engineer of New Mexico, New Mexico Oil Conservation Commission, and U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1965, reprinted 1982
Memoir 15: Geology and technology of the Grants uranium region--discusses ground water in this area compiled by V. C. Kelley, 1963, reprinted 1975, 1978, 1985, 128 p.
RM-5 Thickness of the Permian Guadalupian Capitan aquifer, southeast New Mexico and west Texas, by W. L. Hiss, 1975, scale 1:500,000.Map depicts positions and dimensions of the Capitan aquifer, an important source of ground water.
RM-6 Structure of the Permian Guadalupian Capitan aquifer, southeast New Mexico and west Texas, by W. L. Hiss, 1976, scale 1:500,000.Map depicts the structural position of the Capitan Aquifer, an important source of ground water.
OFR 33. Hydrogeology and water supply of the Pueblo of Zuni, McKinley and Valencia [now Cibola] Counties, New Mexico, by W. K. Summers, 1972, 124 p., 11 tables, 24 figs., 4 plates, 7 appendices
OFR 37. Geology and regional hydrology of the Pecos River basin, New Mexico, by W. K. Summers, 1972.
OFR 51 Hydrogeology of the San Agustin Plains, New Mexico by D. D. Blodgett and F. B. Titus, 1973
OFR 79. Geology and hydrology of a site proposed for burial of low-level solid radioactive waste, western Colfax County, New Mexico, prepared by Gordon Herkenhoff and Associates, Inc., and W. K. Summers and Associates, 1977, 985 p., 3 volumes, vol. 1—text, 226 p., vols. 2 and 3—appendices, 24 tables, 40 figs., 6 appendices
OFR 89 Basic subsurface data compiled for hydrogeologic study of the San Juan Basin, northwest New Mexico by William J. Stone and N. H. Mizell, 1978
OFR 95. Collection of hydrologic data Eastside Roswell Range EIS area, New Mexico, by Geohydrology Associates, Inc., for Bureau of Land Management, Denver, CO, 1978, 224 p., 6 tables, 24 figs., appendix
OFR 130. Water-level data compiled for hydrogeologic study of Animas Valley, Hidalgo County, New Mexico, by K. M. O’Brien and W. J. Stone, 1981, 66 p., 5 maps
OFR 133. A two-dimensional hydrologic model of the Animas Valley, Hidalgo County, New Mexico, by K. M. O’Brien and W. J. Stone, 1983, 63 p., 2 tables, 18 figs.
OFR 323. Hydrogeologic framework of the Mesilla Basin in New Mexico and western Texas by John Hawley and Richard P. Lozinsky, 1992
OFR 372. Preliminary work for a hydrologic report on Hidalgo County, New Mexico, by W. J. Stone and K. M. O’Brien, 1991, 143 p., 13 tables, 32 figs., 4 sheets
OFR 387. Hydrogeologic framework of the northern Albuquerque Basin by John W. Hawley and Stephen C. Haase, 1992.
OFR 402c. Characterization of hydrogeologic units in the northern Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico by W. C. Haneberg and J. W. Hawley, 1996.
OFR 469. Hydrogeology and water resources of the Placitas area, Sandoval County, New Mexico, by Johnson, Peggy S.; LeFevre, Willliam, J.; Campbell, Andrew, 2002, CD-ROM .
OFR 476. Initial paleoseismic and hydrologic assessment of the Southern Sangre de Cristo fault at the Taos Pueblo site, Taos, New Mexico, Kelson, Keith I.; Bauer, Paul W.; Love, David; Connell, Sean D.; Mansell, Mark; Rawling, Geoffrey, 2004, 1–46.