CRP 515 Galisteo Watershed Restoration Project Natural Resources Planning

Community & Regional Planning Program 
Geographic Area Served

New Mexico State-wide, Santa Fe, Tribal / Reservation
Project Description
Objectives (1) Development of participatory GIS pilot model in collaboration with NM Environment Department for identification of potential hazards to NM communities due to land use change (2) Analysis of socio-economic aspects of community vulnerability to potentially hazardous land uses(1) Training of graduate students in analysis and monitoring of natural system health (2) Preparation of planning professionals for community-based natural resource stewardship (3) Longitudinal analysis of health of forest, rangeland, riparian zone, wetlands and other open space in Galisteo Basin
(1) Graduate student status (good standing); course capped at 15; only offered in fall semesters. (2) Still in development stage...likely limited to invited graduate students with GIS and environmental assessment skills; pilot communities have yet to be identified.

Course Information

Department: CRP
Course #: 515
Frequency: Every Fall
Open to graduate students  

Contact Information:
Location Mailing Address
School of Architecture & Planning
2414 Central Ave., SE
 School of Architecture & Planning
MSC04 2530
Email Telephone
Dr. David S. Henkel
Dr. David S. Henkel (5050) 277-1276

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