In Brief: Study shows 2007 Colorado River management plan had mixed success

According to reporting from Water Education Foundation in California, the 2007 interim guidelines set up to help jointly manage Lake Powell and Lake Mead has largely worked, according to a new analysis by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. But the two Colorado River storage pools continued to encounter difficulties due largely to an intensifying cycle of droughts that has failed to let up.

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