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Director, National Hydrologic Innovation Center
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Director, National Hydrologic Innovation Center   Position: Director Company: Hantush-Deju National Hydrological Innovation Center Location: Socorro, NM Reporting Relationship: Vice President, Research Website: https://www.nmt.edu https://www.nmt.edu/research/deju/index.php   About New Mexico Tech In 1889, at a population of about 4500, Socorro was one of the largest towns in New Mexico. The Territorial Legislatu


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