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    • Influence of Tributaries on Salinity of Amistad International Reservoir 

      Anand, Shilpa; Yuan, Fasong; Miyamoto, S. (Texas Water Resources Institute, 2006-04)
      Amistad International Reservoir is located at the Texas–Mexico border, and is fed by four main tributaries: the middle Rio Grande (MRG), the Pecos, the Devil’s, and the Rio Conchos from Mexico (Fig. 1). This reservoir ...
    • Reconnaissance Survey of Salt Sources and Loading into the Pecos River 

      Belzer, Wayne; Anaya, Gilbert; Hatler, Will; McDonald, Alyson; Anand, Shilpa; Yuan, Fasong; Miyamoto, S. (Texas Water Resources Institute, 2006)
      The Pecos River of southeastern New Mexico and west Texas is among the saltiest rivers in North America with streamflow salinity regularly exceeding 7,000 mg L-1 at the New Mexico and Texas border, and eventually exceeding ...
    • Water Balance, Salt Loading, and Salinity Control Options of Red Bluff Reservoir, Texas 

      Yuan, Fasong; Miyamoto, S.; Anand, Shilpa (Texas Water Resources Institute, 2007-01)
      Red Bluff is the main reservoir of the Pecos River in Texas, and its maximum storage capacity adjusted to sediment accumulation is estimated at 357 million m3 (289,600 acre-ft.). Aside from the shortage of water entering ...