Friday, August 29, 2014

National Drought Mitigation Center

New Mexico State Drought Planning

Contacts

John Longworth
Drought Programs Coordinator
New Mexico Office of the State Engineer
(505) 827-6121

State Climatologist

David DuBois
New Mexico State Climatologist
New Mexico Climate Center
(505) 646-2974

Current U.S. Drought Monitor

Estimated Population Affected by Drought
1,352,292

New Mexico Association of Conservation DistrictsMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Climate CenterMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Drought Planning TeamMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources DepartmentMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Farm Service Agency OfficeMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Governor's Drought Task ForceMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Governor's OfficeMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Office of the State EngineerMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico State UniversityMore InformationVisit site
NRCS New MexicoMore InformationVisit site
USGS New Mexico Water Science CenterMore InformationVisit site

National agencies
Moisture Balance Drought IndexMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Active Water Level NetworkMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS)More InformationVisit site
New Mexico Governor's Drought Task ForceMore InformationVisit site
NRCS Monthly Snowpack ProductsMore InformationVisit site
NRCS New Mexico Snow Survey ProgramMore InformationVisit site
NRCS Water Supply Outlook for the Western USMore InformationVisit site
NRCS: SNOTEL Data & ProductsMore InformationVisit site
NRCS: Surface Water Supply IndexMore InformationVisit site
NWS Weather Forecast Office - El Paso, TXMore InformationVisit site
NWS Weather Forecast Office - Midland/Odessa, TXMore InformationVisit site
USGS Real-Time Water Data for New MexicoMore InformationVisit site

National Drought Monitoring Resources
City of Albuquerque: Water InformationMore InformationVisit site
Indian Range Livestock Production in the West and Southwest: Entering, Enduring, and Emerging from Drought ConditionsMore InformationVisit site

Additional Tribal Resources
Indian Range Livestock Production in the West and Southwest: Entering, Enduring, and Emerging from Drought ConditionsMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Association of Conservation DistrictsMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Farm Service Agency OfficeMore InformationVisit site
NRCS New MexicoMore InformationVisit site
NWS Weather Forecast Office - Albuquerque, NMMore InformationVisit site
Rangelands WestMore InformationVisit site

Additional Farmer and Rancher Resources
City of Albuquerque: Water InformationMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Association of Conservation DistrictsMore InformationVisit site
New Mexico Office of the State Engineer: Water InformationMore InformationVisit site
NRCS New MexicoMore InformationVisit site
NWS Weather Forecast Office - Albuquerque, NMMore InformationVisit site
Western Water Policy Review Advisory CommissionMore InformationVisit site

Additional Water Conservation Resources

The National Drought Mitigation Center | 3310 Holdrege Street | P.O. Box 830988 | Lincoln, NE 68583–0988
phone: (402) 472–6707 | fax: (402) 472–2946 | Contact Us

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