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With Lake Mead sinking, pressure grows for action

With Lake Mead at a new record low, officials are under increasing pressure to keep it from dropping enough to eventually force slashes in power production and Southwest water deliveries. Network L...

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Dry times, and smart solutions

An Op-Ed co-authored by Kimery Wiltshire and Doug Kenney, published July 16, 2014 in the Boulder Daily Camera. Dry times, and smart solutions

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Lake Mead reservoir drops to record low

The shift in climate in recent years is bringing uncertainty and volatility, and coping will require innovative solutions as well as all parties working together to address water issues in new ways. ...

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See the Buzz!  Report Released

A conglomerate of articles swirling around Carpe Diem West's Mapping the River Ahead - Priorities for action beyond the Colorado River Basin Study. Colorado River Basin Press Articles  April, 20...

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