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  • Welcome to the Tijuana River Watershed Website
    Welcome to the Tijuana River Watershed TRW website This umbrella website is designed to inform general TRW stakeholders researchers and the public about both the physical and human characteristics of

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  • Welcome to the Tijuana River Watershed Website
    other regional stakeholders Inside you will find Characteristics of the TRW GIS data as well as static and interactive maps Projects and publications related to the TRW Information about the TRW Binational Vision Project Information about Border 2012 and Border 2020 Links to additional information News TRW Atlas in PDF 2005 Binational Vision Addendum in English 2005 Binational Vision Document in English 2005 Binational Vision Document in Spanish Tijuana River

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  • Tijuana River Watershed Characteristics
    along some point in the stream channel Many ecological and human processes occur within a watershed and contribute to the health and economic benefits of a watershed Dunne 1978 This section contains descriptive information about the Tijuana River Watershed Within you will find descriptions of Physical Characteristics Human Characteristics Additional Information For additional detailed information explore Binational Vision Document PDF Ojeda L R 2001 Changing land use patterns in the Tijuana River Watershed and the conservation of transborder natural resources In Is Globalization Overpowering Democracy The Challenge for Ecology Economy and Culture Prague Czech Republic June 12 16 2001 Institute of Landscape Ecology Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and the Czech Association for Landscape Ecology Border Institute IV 2002 Binational Water Management Planning Opportunities Costs Benefits and Unintended Consequences Secure and Sustainable Water by 2020 PDF Tijuana River Valley Recovery Team 2012 Recovery Strategy Living with the Water Citations Dunne T L L B 1978 Drainage Basins Water in Environmental Planning NY Freeman and Co Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias San Diego State University 5500 Campanile Drive AL 377 San Diego CA 92182 6039 Department of Geography San Diego State University 5500 Campanile Drive San Diego

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  • Tijuana River Watershed Data and Maps
    GIS archives Real time USGS hydrologic data and INEGI virtual map no GIS software required For users with GIS software Downloadable Physical and Urban GIS Data of the TRW including metadata Links to historic and real time stream flow and groundwater data Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias San Diego State University 5500 Campanile Drive AL 377 San Diego CA 92182 6039 Department of Geography San Diego State University

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  • Tijuana River Watershed Projects and Publications
    Watershed Advisory Council Case Study A Potential Trinational Protected Area The Campo Tecate Creek Kumiai Corridor Cultural Ecology and the Indigenous Landscape of the Tijuana River Watershed Designing and Establishing Conservation Areas in the Baja California Southern California Border Region Designing and Establishing Conservation Areas in the Baja California Southern California Border Region SCERP monograph 15 chapter 7 Flood Hydraulics of the Tecate Creek Tecate Baja California Mexico Flood Hydrology of the Binational Cottonwood Creek Arroyo Alamar California Baja California Flood Hydrology of the Tecate Creek Tecate Baja California Mexico GIS Mapping of Areas of Critical Ecological Concern on the U S Mexican Border Selected Binational Watersheds SCERP monograph 15 chapter 3 GIS Based Decision Support System for Tecate USA and Tecate Mexico GIS Based Land Use Suitability Modeling for Open Space Preservation in the Tijuana River Watershed Hydroecological Characterization of the Arroyo Alamar Tijuana Baja California Sur Mexico Improving Community Access to Transborder Environmental Information in the San Diego Tijuana Region Indian Groups of the California Baja California Border Region Environmental Issues Indigenous Groups of Baja California and the Environment SCERP monograph 9 chapter 2 Linking Land Use and Policy in the Tijuana River Watershed Mexican Indigenous Groups of the Border Region Monitoring and Modeling of Water Quality in the Tijuana River Watershed Predictive Modeling of the Interactions Between Land Use and Storm Water Quality in the Tijuana River Watershed Quality of Urban Runoff in the Tijuana River Watershed SCERP monograph 2 chapter 4 Sediment and Erosion in Tijuana Socioeconomic Interactions with Sediment Budgents under Rapid Urbanization Sovereignty Borders and Transboundary Biodiversity Turning a Potential Tragedy into a True Partnership an Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Conservation Biology in the Security Bisected U S Mexican Border Region SCERP monograph 15 chapter 1 Sustainable Architecture of Arroyo Alamar

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  • Tijuana River Watershed - Binational Vision Project
    the State of California the County of San Diego and San Diego State University including support from the Southwest Consortium for Environmental Research and Policy BWAC developed baseline information for the watershed and identified key stakeholders in the watershed The stakeholders participated in the development of a binational vision or ideal state for the Tijuana River Watershed published in 2005 and helped to devise strategies and options for achieving that vision Context The Tijuana River Watershed lies across the U S Mexican international boundary and includes approximately 1 750 square miles 4 465 km2 with one third in California and two thirds in Baja California Challenges Growing human populations and land use changes have brought numerous environmental problems to the Tijuana River Watershed region These include Decline in local groundwater and dependence on imported water Decline in quality of surface and groundwater for human use Increased erosion and flood dangers Increased air pollution Reduction in the amount of open green areas for urban residents Decrease in ecosystem health Increasing number of threatened and endangered plants and animals Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias San Diego State University 5500 Campanile Drive AL 377 San Diego CA 92182 6039 Department of

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  • Tijuana River Watershed Border 2012 and Border 2020
    on devising strategies and options for implementing that vision on the ground in order to meet the goals and objectives of Border 2012 The Task Force was Co Chaired by Elsa Saxod from the City of San Diego Office of Binational Affairs and by Laura Silvan from the Proyecto Fronterizo de Educación Ambiental A C PFEA Border 2020 With the formation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA and Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales SEMARNAT Border 2020 program the successor to the Border 2012 program the watershed approach figured The goals of the 2005 Tijuana River Watershed TRW Binational Vision Project remains a part of Border 2020 Under the goal of improving access to clean and safe water two objectives specifically pertain to the TRW to work bi nationally to identify and reduce surface water contamination in transboundary waterbodies and watersheds and to provide the public with timely access to water quality data in binational waterbodies and watersheds in a readily understandable web based format Efforts made by the original Binational Watershed Advisory Council BWAC continue to inform the ongoing process in the TRW This section contains information on Background Goals and Accomplishments of Border 2012 Archive

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  • Tijuana River Watershed Links
    Laboratory City of Tijuana City of San Diego City of Imperial Beach County of San Diego State Water Resources Control Board US EPA What is a Watershed US EPA Locate Your Watershed California Coastal Conservancy California Coastal Commission Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge USFWS San Diego State Field Station Program INEGI Simulador de Flujos de Agua de Cuencas Hidrográficas Consejos de Cuenca TRW Related Links Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association Website

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