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The Collaborative Groundwater Monitoring Network

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Orange areas have the least available groundwater data and are the highest priority for collaborative well and data sharing. The more populated gray areas already have considerable available groundwater data and are a lower priority for data sharing.

— February 14, 2018

The Aquifer Mapping Program at New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources (NMBGMR), with funding from Healy Foundation, is developing a statewide Collaborative Groundwater Monitoring Network for New Mexico. This voluntary Network will gather new and existing data on groundwater levels to help us understand how our state's groundwater resources are changing through time, promote increased awareness of water issues around New Mexico, and provide an important foundation for making informed water-management decisions.

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