These are links to Official Reports related to USA/Mexico water
U.S. Geological Survey 2009
Groundwater is an important part of the global fresh water supply and is affected by climate. U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists are working with local, State, Federal, and international partners to understand how the availability and sustainability of groundwater resources in the United States will be affected by climate variability and change.
U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY – 2006
There is a need to estimate dynamically integrated supply-and-demand components of irrigated agriculture as part of the simulation of surface-water and ground-water flow. To meet this need, a computer program called the Farm Process (FMP1) was developed for the U.S. Geological Survey three-dimensional finite-difference modular ground-water flow model, MODFLOW- 2000 (MF2K).
Witcher, J.C., King, J.P., Hawley, J.W., Kennedy, J.F., Williams, J., Cleary, M., and Bothern, L.R., 2004, Sources of salinity in the Rio Grande and Mesilla Basin groundwater: New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Technical Report no. 330, 168 p
– N. Mex., New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute – 2004
Hawley, J.W., and Kennedy, J.F., 2004, Creation of a digital hydrogeologic framework model of the Mesilla Basin and southern Jornada del Muerto Basin: Las Cruces, N. Mex., New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute, Technical Completion Report 332, 105 p., with 2005 addendum extending model into Rincon Valley and adjacent areas, accessed December 20, 2016
-USGS – 2003
Heywood, C.E., and Yager, R.M., 2003, Simulated ground-water flow in the Hueco Bolson, an alluvial-basin aquifer system near El Paso, Texas: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report 2002–4108, 73 p.,
Ortiz, D., Lange, K., and Beal, L., 2001, Water resources data, New Mexico, water year 2000: U.S. Geological Survey Water Data Report NM–00–1, 442 p
Aquifers of West Texas: Texas Water Development Board – 2001
Hawley, J.W., Kennedy, J.F., and Creel, B.J., 2001, The Mesilla Basin aquifer system of New Mexico, West Texas and Chihuahua—An overview of its hydrogeologic framework and related aspects of groundwater flow and chemistry, in Mace, R.E., Mullican, W.F., III, and Angle, E.S., eds., Aquifers of West Texas: Texas Water Development Board Report 356, chap. 7, p. 76–99, accessed December 20, 2016