M&A presents a seminar on recharge opportunities in Chile

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On July 14, M&A’s Mark Cross presented a seminar entitled “Large-Scale Artificial Recharge in Arizona: Experiences and Lessons Learned” to an audience of over 200. The seminar was a joint initiative between the University of Chile, the University of Talca, the International Hydrologic Program of UNESCO, the business Sociedad del Canal de Maipo, and the […]

Status of Arizona surface water supplies: July 2017

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The following table summarizes the status of Arizona’s key surface water supplies for the month of July. 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 COLORADO RIVER SYSTEM Lake Powell (% full) 63 57 54 52 49 Lake Mead (% full) 38 36 37 39 47 Total Colorado System (% full) 57 53 52 51 52 Elevation (Lake […]

M&A sponsors 2017 Arroyo summer writing intern

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M&A’s support of the 2017 Arroyo continues a longstanding tradition of sponsoring a summer internship for a University of Arizona student who is interested in gaining experience writing about environmental and water resource issues. The Arroyo is the annual newsletter of the UA’s Water Resources Research Center (WRRC). This year’s edition, published June 1, looks at Arizona’s history of […]

AZ Water Talks

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Gary Woodard, Leslie Katz, and Mekha Pereira recently presented at this year’s AZ Water Conference in Phoenix. You can view their slides below.

Status of Arizona surface water supplies: May 2017

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The following table summarizes the status of Arizona’s key surface water supplies for the month of May. 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 COLORADO RIVER SYSTEM Lake Powell (% full) 51 45 45 40 47 Lake Mead (% full) 40 37 38 43 50 Total Colorado System (% full) 51 48 48 47 52 Elevation (Lake […]

M&A’s work featured in Leapfrog case study

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The New Zealand-based company Leapfrog recently featured M&A’s work in the Salta Province of Argentina, where we have been investigating lithium brine resources since 2012. M&A has been working in collaboration with our client Eramine Sudamerica S.A. to develop drainable and extractable resource estimates for brine aquifers in the Ratones and Centenario salars based on […]

Upcoming California conferences

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The Groundwater Resources Association of California (GRAC) is holding a special conference on May 3–4 to address the needs of the state’s new Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), which requires the development of a Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP). Tim Leo, one of our principal hydrogeologists and lead for California projects, will be giving a talk […]

M&A staff to present at AZ Water conference next week

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AZ Water’s 90th annual conference will be held next week, from May 3–5, at the Phoenix Convention Center. Three M&A staff members — Gary Woodard, Juliet McKenna, and Mekha Pereira — will be presenting technical sessions at this event. Each talk will highlight some findings of recent M&A projects. On Thursday morning, Mekha Pereira will […]

Status of Arizona surface water supplies: April 2017

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The following table summarizes the status of Arizona’s key surface water supplies for the month of April. 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 COLORADO RIVER SYSTEM Lake Powell (% full) 48 45 45 39 48 Lake Mead (% full) 41 38 40 46 52 Total Colorado System (% full) 50 48 48 47 53 Elevation (Lake […]

Status of Arizona surface water supplies: March 2017

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The following table summarizes the status of Arizona’s key surface water supplies for the month of March. 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 COLORADO RIVER SYSTEM Lake Powell (% full) 46 46 45 39 49 Lake Mead (% full) 41 40 41 48 53 Total Colorado System (% full) 50 49 49 48 55 Elevation (Lake […]