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The Transboundary Aquifer Assessment Act was established to systematically assess priority aquifers along the U.S.-Mexico international boundary. The priority aquifers that were specified include the Hueco-Mesilla Bolsons aquifer in Texas and New Mexico and its counterpart in Mexico, the Conejos-Medanos Aquifer system, and the Santa Cruz and San Pedro aquifers in Arizona (Texas Water Development Board, 2019). The Transboundary Aquifer Assessment Program (TAAP) was started in 2009 and is a collaborative effort between the U.S. Geological Survey, Arizona Water Resources Research Center, New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute, and the Texas Water Resources Institute (U.S. Geological Survey, 2018) to better understand...
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This data release contains waterborne gradient self-potential (SP), surface-water temperature, and surface-water conductivity data measured continuously along approximately 72 kilometers (km) of the Rio Grande over the Mesilla part of the Hueco–Mesilla Bolson aquifer. The geophysical measurements were made from a kayak between June 26, 2020 and July 2, 2020 during peak releases of surface-water in the range of 54 to 65 cubic meters per second from Elephant Butte and Caballo Dams upstream from the surveyed reach. The full geophysical survey extended between Leasburg Dam in Leasburg Dam State Park, New Mexico, and the Farm to Market (FM) 259 bridge in Canutillo, Texas. For data-collection purposes, the full survey...


    map background search result map search result map Transboundary Aquifer Assessment Program—Water-Quality Data from Groundwater Wells in the Hueco Bolson near El Paso, Texas, August 2016—June 2017 Waterborne Gradient Self-potential, Temperature, and Conductivity Logging of the Rio Grande from Leasburg Dam State Park, New Mexico to Canutillo, Texas During Bank-Full Conditions, June–July 2020 Transboundary Aquifer Assessment Program—Water-Quality Data from Groundwater Wells in the Hueco Bolson near El Paso, Texas, August 2016—June 2017 Waterborne Gradient Self-potential, Temperature, and Conductivity Logging of the Rio Grande from Leasburg Dam State Park, New Mexico to Canutillo, Texas During Bank-Full Conditions, June–July 2020