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SANTA FE (AP) — A scientist from Los Alamos National Laboratory has been tapped to help New Mexico with complex issues related to energy and water science.
The state Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department says Jeri Sullivan Graham will lead the Brackish Water Work Group.
One of the group’s overarching goals is to identify the state’s brackish water resources and find ways to make it more available and useable as a buffer against drought.
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