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Erosion in the Rio Puerco: geography and processes

Paper on the accelerated erosion of the Rio Puerco, a tributary of the Rio Grande in New Mexico, which has deepened and widened its channel, or arroyo, since the settlement of the region.

by Watts, Raymond D.; Pelltier, Richard T.; and Molnar, Peter
Related topics:
Erosion, Geomorphology, Human impacts, Reports, River reaches, Arroyos
Hydrologic units
Rio Puerco,
States or counties
New Mexico
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