“My research integrates elements of biology, hydrology, and geomorphology,” said Hobbs, who is currently working on her Masters’ in Water Resources in UNM’s Water Resources Program. “In New Mexico, the water is more spoken for than it is present. The use of water must be allocated amongst multiple users while also trying to maintain a life for aquatic organisms and habitats.”
Monika “Mo” Hobbs on her work on the Rio Chama., capturing, in a better nutshell than I’ve ever seen, what our program is all about.
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