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This dataset contains the input files, script, and output files regarding 110 years of daily regulated (observed) and naturalized streamflow (million cubic meters/day) for ten gauge stations in the Rio Grande/Bravo basin. The gauge stations included are at Amistad, Anzalduas, Artesia, Below Presidio, Laredo, Conchos Outlet, Foster Ranch, Laredo, Pecos Outlet, Salado River, and San Juan River.
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Data were used for a total of 97 climate projection scenarios in this study. These scenarios show monthly and annual streamflow in the Rio Grande main channel at the pair of USGS gauges at San Marcial, representing the inflows to Elephant Butte reservoir from 2022 to 2099. Townsend and Gutzler (2020) developed an adjustment procedure to convert natural flows projected by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation at the Elephant Butte dam to realistic flow values at San Marcial (at the upstream end of Elephant Butte Reservoir) to account for upstream water management. The scenarios cover a range of dry (average annual projected flow less than the historical value) to wet (average annual projected flow higher than the historical...
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Create an inventory of water-related models that have been developed for the Rio Grande/Bravo basin. The summary includes a description of model river extent, spatial and temporal resolution, time period, model type, and their possible application for testing environmental flows or climate change future alternatives.
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The main source of surface water for irrigation in the study area is the Rio Grande River. The upstream reservoirs, Elephant Butte and Caballo, are used to regulate river flow into the study area. In order to estimate the future surface water availability, we developed a model and routed the reservoir inflow projections at the USGS San Marcial through the reservoir system. The data are available in csv worksheet as open source for free public use.
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Groundwater resources are important for irrigated agricultural activities in the region. Farmers use groundwater to compensate for insufficient surface water availability. The data are stored in a csv file titled 'Monthly Groundwater Projections' (groundwater_availability_projections.csv). The columns represent monthly groundwater pumping rates (m3/day) while the rows represent months and dates. The data are open source and available for free public use.
This database provides crop coefficients and start and termination dates for more than 40 crops grown in the Rio Grande/Bravo basin. It was created drawing on a literature and dataset review covering resources from the State Agricultural Extension Services (Colorado State University, New Mexico State University, and Texas A&M University), the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture), AgriMet, and the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization). The database provides crop coefficients from plant emergence (or break dormancy in the case of perennials) to termination (harvest or dormancy), as well earliest planting date, killing frost temperature and cumulative growing degree days up to emergence, full cover and termination....
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This UNOFFICIAL United States-Mexico boundary dataset was developed by the U.S. Geological Survey’s Border Environmental Health Initiative (BEHI) (http://borderhealth.cr.usgs.gov/index.html), to be used as a common boundary for the clipping and geometric integration of binational geospatial datasets. It provides a single boundary that has been used throughout the project, but is not representative of any officially recognized international boundary. International borders politically divide the landscape but rarely represent barriers for environmental issues. The major issues surrounding the U.S.-Mexico border involve economics and population growth that present challenges to environmental management and natural...
This project inventories and reviews available water resource models used to meet multiple (and often competing) water resource management objectives. Water resource modeling tools have been developed for many different regions and sub-basins of the Rio Grande/Bravo (RGB). Each of these tools have specific objectives, whether it is to explore drought mitigation alternatives, conflict resolution, climate change evaluation, tradeoff and economic synergies, water allocation, reservoir operations, or collaborative planning. We specifically evaluate the applicability of those models to evaluating trade-offs in meeting societal and environmental flow requirements to recover native ecosystems. This work communicates the...
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This is one of five general categories that contain the water related elements of the Rio Grande/Bravo basin. This category includes boundaries of the United States and Mexico as well as the States, Counties, and Municipalities that overlap with the basin boundary. This category includes also the extent and location of the cities within the basin and the current and historic population of such cities.
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A fully calibrated and validated SWAT model was used to provide watershed simulation results including irrigation water availability, crop evapotranspiration, outflow, and other components of the water budget such as groundwater recharge under different climate conditions (Dry (access1_0 rcp85) and Wet (fio_esm rcp45); Samimi et al., 2022), and selected environmental water allocation scenarios. The results are presented in the annual time interface for each Hydrologic Response Unit (HRU) in the watershed. We later aggregated these data to determine the values of each related component across the watershed. The data are available as open source to the public.


map background search result map search result map USGS U.S.-Mexico Border Environmental Health Initiative International Boundary Feature Class River extent of water related models in the Rio Grande/Bravo basin River extent of water related models in the Rio Grande/Bravo basin to test environmental flows Boundaries and populated places of the Rio Grande/Bravo basin Rio Grande-Rio Bravo Basin Subset Data USGS 1:24000-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1954 USGS 1:24000-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1954 USGS 1:24000-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1954 USGS 1:24000-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1954 USGS 1:31680-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1931 USGS 1:31680-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1931 USGS 1:31680-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1931 Crop coefficients for estimating evapotranspiration in the Rio Grande/Bravo basin in 2020 Natural and Observed flow at gauging stations from Presidio, Texas, to the outlet of the Rio Grande/Bravo from 1900 to 2011 Monthly Groundwater Availability Projections for Middle Rio Grande River Basin for 2022-2099 Projected Reservoir Releases for the Middle Rio Grande for 2022 - 2099 Streamflow Projections in Rio Grande at San Marcial Gauges Derived from CMIP5 Global Climate Models Coupled to VIC Surface Hydrology Model from 1950 - 2099 Water Budget Components for a Sample Water Allocation Scenario for 2020 - 2036 USGS 1:24000-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1954 USGS 1:24000-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1954 USGS 1:24000-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1954 USGS 1:24000-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1954 USGS 1:31680-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1931 USGS 1:31680-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1931 USGS 1:31680-scale Quadrangle for Rio Bravo, CA 1931 Streamflow Projections in Rio Grande at San Marcial Gauges Derived from CMIP5 Global Climate Models Coupled to VIC Surface Hydrology Model from 1950 - 2099 Water Budget Components for a Sample Water Allocation Scenario for 2020 - 2036 Projected Reservoir Releases for the Middle Rio Grande for 2022 - 2099 Monthly Groundwater Availability Projections for Middle Rio Grande River Basin for 2022-2099 Natural and Observed flow at gauging stations from Presidio, Texas, to the outlet of the Rio Grande/Bravo from 1900 to 2011 USGS U.S.-Mexico Border Environmental Health Initiative International Boundary Feature Class River extent of water related models in the Rio Grande/Bravo basin River extent of water related models in the Rio Grande/Bravo basin to test environmental flows Rio Grande-Rio Bravo Basin Subset Data Boundaries and populated places of the Rio Grande/Bravo basin Crop coefficients for estimating evapotranspiration in the Rio Grande/Bravo basin in 2020