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An Octogenarian Hydrogeologist's Paper and PPT: 'Challenges & Opportunities for Brackish Groundwater Resources Development in New Mexico'

This PDF is a short paper that introduced a PPT given by self-styled 'octogenarian hydrogeologist' Dr. John W. Hawley on 28 April 2o16 at the Urban Land Institute in Albuquerque, NM. Mike Hightower of Sandia National Laboratories, another smart guy, was a co-presenter. Download ULI-NM_WhitePaper He may be an octogenarian...
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