ADWR

AcronymDefinition
ADWRArizona Department of Water Resources
ADWRAssociation for Defence of Women's Rights
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ADWR has also taken the steps necessary to improve customer service in permitting and application review.
Paradoxically, the potential threat to the ADWR World Heritage property, which later led UNESCO to intervene, was considered negligible in the EIA study.
It is worth mentioning that DRCNorte, a government department responsible for culture and heritage, and the Institute for the Management of Architectural and Archaeological Heritage (IGESPAR), withheld approval of the Foz Tua dam project due to the significant negative impacts it might have on heritage, namely the ADWR World Heritage property and the historic Tua railway line (MAOTDR/APA, 2009: 22).
Others initiatives to monitor water quality and quantity in which the ADEQ (Arizona Department of Environmental Quality) cooperatively with Mexican institutions are the following: Binational Santa Cruz River Watershed Project (ADWR); Nogales Wash Joint U.S./Mexico Groundwater Monitoring Project (with the IBWC); and the Northeastern Sonora Water Quality Monitoring Project (with the ADHS).
This fact was supported by technical studies performed by the Santa Cruz County Active Management Area (SCAMA) and the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR).
The Nature Conservancy "proved up" the right by submitting several years of streamflow data to ADWR. Id.