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An ongoing megadrought, impacts from climate change and systematic overuse have created a deep management crisis on the Colorado River. Researchers from the Center for Colorado River Studies now have results from research that offers a new perspective on what is needed to stabilize or reverse the decline of reservoir storage.

An ongoing megadrought, impacts from climate change and systematic overuse have created a deep management crisis on the Colorado River. Researchers from the Center for Colorado River Studies now have results from research that offers a new perspective on what is needed to stabilize or reverse the decline of reservoir storage. Photo by Stephen Dundorf.

An ongoing megadrought, impacts from climate change and systematic overuse have created a deep management crisis on the Colorado River. Researchers from the Center for Colorado River Studies now have results from research that offers a new perspective on what is needed to stabilize or reverse the decline of reservoir storage. Photo by Stephen Dundorf.

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