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Influence of Tributaries on Salinity of Amistad International Reservoir

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Title Influence of Tributaries on Salinity of Amistad International Reservoir
Description 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 is among the largest reservoirs in the western US, and it was built to hold 6.7 billion m3 (5.5 million acre-ft.) of water. The structure was completed in 1968, and the Reservoir was filled near its capacity by 1972 (Fig. 2b). The storage declined to 3.1 billion m3 by 1985,...
Date 2007-11-14T21:38:55Z 2007-11-14T21:38:55Z 2006-04
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/6083
Language en_US
Relation TR-292;
Publisher Texas Water Resources Institute

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