The Salt Basin of south-central New Mexico presents several problems of resource utilization. The basin is a large but little-known area—dry, inhospitable—but it has a sought-after supply of groundwater and perhaps a supply of natural gas and oil. In addition, the basin features vast stretches of grassland in an essentially intact natural environment. The“hows” and the “whethers” of using and conserving these resources have been vigorously argued for several years.
Widdison, Jerold and Stephanie Tsosie. "Salt Basin." Water Matters! 2015, 1 (2015): 27-1-27-5. https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/utton_watermatters/vol2015/iss1/32
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