PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONS HELPING OUT IN THE PROJECT

EL PASO CITY COUNCIL

City Council District 8,Elvia G. Hernandez Keystone Wetlands is in her area

City Council District 2,Rose Rodriquez

FIELD CONSULTANTS

Lois Balin, Urban Biologist, Texas Parks and Wild Life

Thomas O'Laughlin Original Archaeologist at Keystone

Bernie Sargent, Vice President of Keystone Foundation

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

El Paso Water Utilities Public Service Board who will be doing water analysis.

International Boundary and Water Commission has an extensive library of historical data from the late 1800's

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A Desert Oasis: Keystone Park and Wetlands

Studying a Real Wetland

TELECOMMUNICATING WITH EXPERTS:

CREATING AND IMPLEMENTING A WORK PLAN


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Desert View Elementary School has been communicating with experts in the field--from biologists, archaeologists, to city council representatives. They have been helpful in designing and assisting in contacting more experts to survey the study area. Part of this plan is in the Data Entry and Collection Web page.



The majority of the communicating with these experts has been via email as well as with regular phone line. The school also has the capability to communicate via video conferencing. NMSU Wetlands team will be implementing a video conference with other schools and experts around the globe once the project is underway.

Questions?
e-mail Albert

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Authors: Michele Stafford-Levy, Shirley Davis, Albert Ortiz, & Ellen Treadway

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