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Presentation to the Western States Water Council
Author(s):McCarthy, Daniel V.
“In summary we have a broad charter and a broader challenge. We have an opportunity for creative planning of new scope and new dimensions. To achieve success we realize that we must have not only the cooperation of the ...
Presentation: River Basin Planning, 1962-12-06
Author(s):Frye, Arthur H.
Brigadier General Arthur H. Frye, Jr.: “I have chosen today to discuss River Basin Planning.”
Address by Mike Young, presented at the annual meeting of the San Miguel basin Soil and Water Conservation District, March 8, 1958
"Address by Mike Young, presented at the annual meeting of the San Miguel basin Soil and Water Conservation District, March 8, 1988"
Phillips Memo to CWCB: Instream flow claims
Author(s):Phillips, Paula C.
Management of Colorado River Dams for Presentation at 8th Annual Workshop August 1-3, 1983
Author(s):Dozier, Larry R.; Brown, John
“In summary, the Colorado River system is a complex system with many diverse and often conflicting demands. Throughout the past year, at any time a change in operations was made differing interests questioned the reason ...
Fryingpan-Arkansas Project Considerations, 1968
“The State of Colorado is served by three regions of the Bureau of Reclamation.”
Reclamation Prepares Draft Environmental Statement for Dirty Devil Salinity Unit, Feb. 7, 1984
“A draft environmental statement for the Dirty Devil Salinity Control Unit is being prepared by the Bureau of Reclamation, it was announced by Reclamation's Upper Colorado Regional Director Clifford Barrett. Approximately ...
EIS for Colorado Water Quality Improvement Program Filed, Feb. 23, 1984
“The final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the Lower Colorado River Water Quality Improvement Program in western Colorado has been filed by the Interior Department's Bureau of Reclamation, Acting Commissioner Robert ...
Colorado River Runoff Increases, May 31, 1984
“The April-July Colorado River runoff forecast, issued by the National Weather Service's Colorado River Forecast: Center, has increased slightly since the May 1 prediction. The newest forecast calls for 14 million acre-feet ...