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Water shortages at Lake Mead have drawn all the attention in recent years. Several major Colorado River tributaries — the Dolores, San Juan and Gunnison rivers — saw record-low snowpack this winter. As a result, many reservoirs on the west slope of the Rocky Mountains have shrunk to mud puddles. In August, the resort city of Aspen, Colorado, imposed mandatory watering restrictions on its residents and visitors for the first time in its history.

Mead and Powell are the largest and second-largest reservoirs in the nation, respectively. The water elevation at Powell has sunk 94ft since A big reason is that Lake Powell has been used to keep Lake Mead from sinking to an elevation of 1,ft, the point at which the federal government must declare a water shortage under a agreement.

A new report by a team of science and policy experts, known as the Colorado River Research Group, notes that continuing this practice will bring harm to Lake Powell. It could also touch off an ugly dispute between the two basins. To reach agreement on the Colorado River Compact , Upper Basin states committed to send the Lower Basin states a certain amount of water.

There is no clear trigger for the process, unlike the elevation triggers at Lake Mead. Powell has continued shrinking not just because of drought in the Upper Basin, but because the Lower Basin has benefited from surplus water passed through Glen Canyon Dam — beyond requirements of the agreement.

Through interim rules adopted in , surplus flows in the Upper Basin have been passed along to Lake Mead to keep the latter from falling into shortage. In addition to the threat of a compact call, Colorado now has its own water shortages to worry about from drought and climate change.

A new study , for instance, blames 53 percent of the decline in water flows in the Colorado River on warmer temperatures, not just less precipitation. It is expected to add 3 million people by , a 56 percent increase.

Yet Front Range communities are planning to extract even more water from Colorado River tributaries, adding to declines at Lake Powell. There are at least seven major new water storage and diversion projects planned in the state that could divert a total of , acre-feet annually.

Even so, Monger also wants more water storage on the West Slope. No official proposal exists yet, but he would like to see a new reservoir built to supplement flows in the Yampa River through Steamboat Springs. One option, he says, is for the state to invest heavily in cash-for-grass programs to eliminate thirsty urban lawns. This could reduce the need for more water diverted through tunnels to the Front Range.

Another option is to pay farmers to stop growing crops during drought conditions. Earlier this year, it was announced that a similar program targeting the Upper Basin is being suspended. Known as the System Conservation Pilot Program, it paid farmers to fallow crops, allowing the saved water to flow downstream to Lake Powell. Also, water agencies on the West Slope complained there was no legal mechanism to save the water in Lake Powell for future use by the Upper Basin.

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Demonstrators were heartened by news that a Chicago-based company called Middle River Power has expressed interest. While supporters of the plant insist it can produce economically priced energy, utility operators say the station is more expensive to run than natural gas-burning plants.

Jolene Bitsui, a year-old single mother of four grown children who services heavy machinery at the coal mine, said her job has allowed her family to continue living on the Navajo reservation. The lawsuit in U. District Court contends that federal law obligates the district to buy power from the station. A recent letter from the Interior Department raised the question of whether a federal act that obligated purchase of electricity from the station should be considered when deciding its future.

Congress constructed the station rather than build two dams on the Colorado River for hydroelectricity so Arizona could move its water.

Company officials did not immediately respond to a request for more details. The Salt River Project, a utility that operates the generating station, said Tuesday there is no deal.

The plant also provides electrical service to other customers in Arizona and parts of Nevada. Legal Notices Obituaries Jobs. Sunday, October 28, American Indians rally to save Arizona coal plant, saying hundreds will lose jobs. People rally outside the Capitol in Phoenix, Wednesday, June 6, Hundreds of Navajo Generating Station employees, relati Hundreds of Navajo Gener Hundreds of Navajo Gen A person waits for a rally to begin outside the Capitol in Phoenix, Wednesday, June 6, Hundreds of Navajo Generating St Hundreds of Navajo Generating Station employees Bradshaw and Jackman were passengers in a motorboat that slammed into a houseboat on Lake Powell the morning of June Lake Powell, a popular summer vacation spot, is a large man-made reservoir that sits near the Utah-Arizona border.

The diving team used a robot to recover her body, police told the Desert News. Bradshaw's body was transported to Kane County Sheriff's Office, said the newspaper. Marilyn Jackman, 57, the mother of Jessica Jackman, was killed in the accident.

A motorboat carrying 13 people, appearing to be family members, were traveling along Lake Powell when the accident happened, the Huffington Post reported. Kane County deputies said the six children aboard were wearing life jackets. Adrian Jackman, the boat's driver, and his year-old granddaughter were airlifted to a hospital in Flagstaff, Ariz. Doctors released the three later on June Jackman may have been distracted by some children on the moving boat when it collided with the houseboat near Dangling Rope Marina about 8: The collision forced the motorboat to overturn, spilling all the passengers into Lake Powell, the newspaper wrote.

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