• Arroyo 2012

      University of Arizona. Water Resources Research Center.; Witte, Becky; Eden, Susanna; Dos Santos, Placido; Sanchez Esqueda, Josue (Water Resources Research Center, College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2012)
      The U.S-Mexico border is not only where two countries meet, but where different cultures face a common need for effective and sustainable use of the available resources. The management of resources and environmental hazards in this region is challenging. Agencies from both countries are addressing the challenge by participating in bi-national efforts to resolve the issues of water and air contamination, water resource allocation, and solid and hazardous waste disposal in the region.