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RMRS-P-5: Cross border waters: Fragile treasures for the 21st Century; Ninth U.S./Mexico Border States Conference on Recreation, Parks, and Wildlife; 1998, June 3-6


Gottfried, G. J.; Edminster C. B.; Dillon, Madelyn C. (compilers). 1998. Cross border waters: Fragile treasures for the 21st Century; Ninth U.S./Mexico Border States Conference on Recreation, Parks, and Wildlife; 1998, June 3-6. Proceedings RMRS-P-5. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 341 p.

This conference brought together scientists and resource managers from government, universities, and private organizations in the United States and Mexico. In a continuing international forum, participants exchanged information on existing or potential cooperative projects, agency functions and programs, and issues were concerning natural and cultural resource management in the border states. The sessions addressed: ecotourism, recreation and partnerships, wildlife biology and management, wetlands and watersheds, flora and vegetation, environmental education, cultural resources; water resources, fisheries, and protection and conservation. These proceedings contain 26 papers and abstracts, usually in English and Spanish, for the other presentations.

Keywords: U.S./Mexico border states, recreation, parks, wildlife, natural resources, cultural resources


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Contents
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Introduction

Purpose of Conference and Conference Objectives
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Acknowledgments
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General Session

Planning for "Natural" Disaster: Unsustainable Development of United States/Mexico Border
Helen Ingram
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Ecotourism, Recreation, and Partnerships

Valuing Tourism in the Sierra Tarahumara of Chihuahua, Mexico: A Comparison Between Domestic and Foreign Tourists
Lydia Breunig and Evan Mercer
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Sonoran Desert Ecosystem Partnership: Putting Practice to Commitment
S.E. Cornelius and Carlos Yruretagoyena
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Environmental Education

Jointly Managing a Transboundry Aquifer: A Binational Dialogue Through Community Participation and Education
Elaine M. Hebard
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Tucson Audubon Society's Borderlands Environmental Education Programs
Erin K. Deely
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Cultural Resources

El Uso actual de los Monumentos Historicos en la Cudad Fronteriza de Matamoros
Angelica Ibarra Gonzalez
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Protection and Conservation

Areas Protegidas en Mexico ante Proyectos de Desarrollo: El Caso de la Laguna San Ignacio en B.C.S., Mexico
Lourdes Nieblas Cuevas
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Ecological Information Exchange Across the Border: A Bibliography for Planners, Managers, and Research Workers
Peter F. Ffolliott, Leonard F. DeBano, Diego Valdez-Zamudio, Malchus B. Baker, Jr., Carleton B. Edminster, Daniel P. Huebner, and Gerald J. Gottfried
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What to Protect in Chihuahua and Sonora
Rurik List, Oscar Moctezuma, and Matthew J. Miller
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Flora and Vegetation

Caracterizacion de la Vegetacion del Desierto Sonorense en una Area del Municipio de Pitiquito, Sonora, Mexico
Cecilia Hernandez C., Glafiro Alanis F., Susana Favela L., y Alejandro Ledezma M.
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Riparian Vegetation on the Rio Santa Cruz, Sonora
Gilberta Solis-Garza and Philip Jenkins
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Vegetation Classification Field Techniques versus the Arizona GAP Program Vegetation Map
Peter S. Bennett and Michael Kunzmann
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Legal and Illegal Trade Between Mexico and the U.S. in Plants and Plant Products Listed Under CITES
Joel P. Floyd
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Water Resources

Ordenamiento Hidrologico de la Cuenca del Rio San Juan
Rafael Aranda, Rolando Zamarripa, Laura Rojas, Gabriela Navarro, y Jose Navar
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El Agua en la Frontera Entre Mexico y Estado Unidos: Una Persepctiva Historica
Lawrence Douglas Taylor Hansen
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Fisheries

Influence of Low Flows on Abundance of Fish in the Upper San Pedro River, Arizona
Jerome A. Stefferud and Sally E. Stefferud
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Habitat Use by Three Rio Yaqui Fishes on the San Bernardino and Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuges
Ronnie A. Maes and O. Eugene Maughan
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El pez Pupo del Desierto (Cyprinondon macularius) en Ia reserva de Ia biosfera El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar, Sonora, Mexico
Maria de Lourdes Murguia Ruiz
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Wildlife Management

Wildlife as an Economic Staple: An Example from the San Carlos Apache Reservation
Brian Czech and Luis A. Tarango
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Densidad y Diversidad Estacional de una Comunidad de Roedores en Ia Provincia Biotica Tamaulipeca, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Ma. del Socorro Lara-Lopez, Alberto Gonzalez-Romero, y Carlos A. Lopez-Gonzalez
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Survival of Gould's Turkey Transplanted into the Galiuro Mountains, Arizona
Brian F. Wakeling
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Coyotes in Urban Areas: Conflicts and Solutions
Martha Grinder and Paul R. Krausman
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Analysis of a Publicly Operated Pheasant Hunt in Southern California
Erick Burres, David Fischer, and Daniel Wegner
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Rainfall and Masked Bobwhites in Sonora, Mexico
Gustavo Camou L., William P. Kuvlesky Jr., and Fred S. Guthery
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Poster Papers

Digital Geographic Data to Support Long-Term Ecosystem Management for the Fort Huachuca Region
Robert Lozar, John Wickizer, Sheridan Stone, David Mouat, Carl Steinitz, Gretchen Kent, Winifred Hodge, and Robert Anderson
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The Possibility for Establishment of the Clam (Chione gnidia) in the Estuary of La Cruz, Sonora, Mexico
Hernan Aubert and O. Eugene Maughan
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Abstracts
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Conference Participants
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Title: RMRS-P-5: Cross border waters: Fragile treasures for the 21st Century; Ninth U.S./Mexico Border States Conference on Recreation, Parks, and Wildlife; 1998, June 3-6
Electronic Publish Date: January 8, 2013
Last Update:
April 9, 2013

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