In this 2014 poster, Ryan and Harris report preliminary results on a study of evapotranspiration (ET) at the Cibola National wildlife Refuge. They ask whether groundwater responds to a massive change in ET of surface vegetation and assess baseline well and evapotranspiration data as a proxy for the anticipated tamarisk beetle migration.
Tom Ryan, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Chris Harris, Six Agency Committee
Colorado River Basin States and Utah State University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in Collaboration with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Research And Development Office and Technical Service Center