Technical Journal of NWRA

Are you working on important issues in Nevada Hydrology and want to share your results with fellow hydrologists in Nevada and world? Consider submitting a manuscript to the Journal of the Nevada Water Resources Association (JNWRA). We are seeking manuscripts that focus on scientific, technical, economic, and innovative managerial hydrological aspects of Nevada and Great Basin hydrology. The Winter 2017 edition will be posted online by February 2018 and will have an associated ISSN number and a digital object identifier so that they can be searched and cataloged by libraries. Please download instructions at www.nvwra.org on how to submit your manuscript. To be includedin the Winter 2017 edition,  papers must be submitted to Michael Rosen, Ph.D., editor, atmrosen@usgs.gov by November 1,  2017. Manuscripts will receive at least two technical and editorial reviews.

Instructions for Submitting for the NWRA Technical Journal

*The Summer 2017 edition will be posted online by August 2017 and will have an associated ISSN number and a digital object identifier so that they can be searched and cataloged by libraries.

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Books

The following books are available to order online.  All prices below include shipping & handling.

Water Rights in Nevada

by Michael D. Buschelman, Michael D. Buschelman Consulting, Inc. & Hugh Ricci, Ricci Engineering, LTD.

Price:  $33.00

The Water Rights in Nevada (Basic) Class Booklet represents the outline utilized for instruction of our introductory class to water rights, and the history of the legislative actions that have created the statutes that are commonly referred to today as Nevada Water Law.  The booklet is an abridged summary of water right policies and procedures.  The booklet is meant to be a basic reference for water right policies and processes.  There are several copies of documents included in the booklet to provide the reader with actual documents utilized on a daily basis.  The booklet, along with the water rights course, is intended to provide the reader with a broad overview of water right policies, procedures and statutes in Nevada.  

Advanced Water Rights in Nevada

by Michael D. Buschelman, Michael D. Buschelman Consulting, Inc. & Hugh Ricci, Ricci Engineering, LTD.

Price:  $38.00

The Advanced Water Rights Class Booklet is a compilation of water right documents which provide the reader with actual case file examples.  This booklet is best utilized in a classroom setting with input from the instructors.  The copies of documents provide the instructors with the ability to interact with the students in the class to explore options to resolve issues, strategies for protecting the good standing of a water right, discussion topics to provide more input on personal issues related to water rights and opportunities to look forward to upcoming water right policy changes and adaptations.


From the Friends of NWRA

"Steady-State Numerical Groundwater Flow Model of the Great Basin Carbonate and Alluvial Aquifer System"

The USGS Utah Water Science Center is please to announce the publication of "Steady-State Numerical Groundwater Flow Model of the Great Basin Carbonate and Alluvial Aquifer System" by Lynette E. Brooks, Melissa D. Masbruch, Donald S. Sweetkind, and Susan G. Buto. The report contains descriptions of  the construction, calibration, and results of the model, and includes 52 figures, 2 plates, and 36 tables.The report and model files are available at:   http://pubs.usgs.gov/sir/2014/5213/


Water in Nevada

by Michael L. Strobel, US Geological Survey

Price:  n/c

This great resource is available for download from the USGS website.  Each chapter is a discrete downloadable PDF (Adobe Portable Document Format) file.


University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension Download Availiable

ARkStorm@Tahoe - Stakeholder Perspectives on Vulnerabilities and Preparedness for an Extreme Storm Event in the Greater Lake Tahoe, Reno and Carson City Region

To download a copy, please CLICK HERE.
To request a copy by mail, please contact Christina Clack @ cclack@unr.edu.

 

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