Facing a drier future, Colorado water managers turn to science — The Rio Blanco Herald

From the Colorado River District via The Rio Blanco Herald-Times: A growing body of research shows that the Upper Colorado River Basin is growing warmer on average. In fact, the national hot spot centers on Western Colorado and much of the Southwest. A result: a significant reduction in the snowpack that makes up the Southwest’s […]

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