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River Flow Advisory, Vol . 15, No. 5, July 1985
“The snowmelt runoff has been about 150 percent of normal this year. Because of this and because the reservoirs were about full, releases this summer will be higher than normal except from Flaming Gorge Reservoir.”
River Flow Advisory, Vol. 9, No. 3, May 1978
“The runoff forecast of the Upper Colorado River Basin remains the same as in April - 138 percent of normal.”
River Flow Advisory, Vol. 16, No. 1, March 1986
“The March 1 forecast indicates an inflow 147 percent of normal into Lake Powell, marking the fourth successive year of high flows.”
River Flow Advisory, Vol. 15, No. 3, May 1984
“Snowmelt runoff forecast for the Colorado River Basin increased during the month of April from 151 percent to 174 percent of normal. The increased forecast requires increased releases from Bureau of Reclamation dams.”
River Flow Advisory, Vol. 13 No. 6, August 1982
“A heavy rainstorm in the San Juan drainage increased the flow of the San Juan River at Bluff to a peak of 19,000 cfs on August 25. It would have been 5,000 cfs higher if Navajo Reservoir had not stored some of the inflows.”
CWCB: Regional and State Priorities, January 10, 1958
Author(s):Crawford, Ivan C.
"...the necessity of the four States of the Upper Basin to determine priorities as between States..."
Letter from Smith to Nelson, June 8, 1964
Author(s):Smith, Phillip P.
“In response to your letter of June 5, 1964, I will be glad to participate in a meeting with local interests relative to Ruedi Reservoir and the Fryingpan-Arkansas Project.”
STATEMENT OF POSITION ON HOUSE BILL H.R. 1246, THE COLORADO RIVER FLOODWAY PROTECTION ACT, May 9, 1985
Author(s):Valantine, Vernon E.
“The representatives of the seven Colorado River Basin states have come to a unanimous position in support of House Bill H.R. 1246, the Colorado River Floodway Protection Act, introduced on February 25, 1985 by Congressman ...
River Flow Advisory, Vol. 16 No. 4, June 1986
“The latest streamflow forecast is 174 percent of average, 5 percent higher than last month's forecast.”
River Flow Advisory, Vol. 17 No. 2, April 1987
“The April l snowmelt forecast for Lake Powell remains 93% of normal.”