Colorado River

The Colorado River is an approximately 862-mile (1,387 km) long river in the U.S. state of Texas.

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How an overlooked study over a century ago helped fuel the Colorado River crisis

The Colorado River Basin is currently experiencing a megadrought, which is a prolonged and severe drought that lasts for decades or even centuries. This megadrought has been caused by a massive 86% decline in snowpack runoff, which is the primary source of water for the Colorado River.

The Grand Canyon and Colorado River Are in Crisis

The First Two Botanists Who Surveyed, and Survived, the Colorado River

Deal Is Reached to Keep Colorado River From Going Dry, for Now

Ongoing Development Is Part of the Colorado River Problem

US states agree to use less from Colorado river to avoid water crisis

Biden Administration Proposes Evenly Cutting Water Allotments From Colorado River

As the Colorado River Shrinks, Washington Prepares to Spread the Pain

Why the Colorado river is drying up – and what we can do about it

The Colorado River Is Dying. Can Its Aquatic Dinosaurs Be Saved?

Climate Change Is Ravaging the Colorado River. There’s a Model to Avert the Worst.

As Colorado River Dries, the U.S. Teeters on the Brink of Larger Water Crisis.

Drastic Cuts to Colorado River Water Use Show Depth of West's Drought

U.S. Announces Major Colorado River Water Cuts Amid Historic Western Drought

New Water Cuts Announced as Colorado River Hits Dangerous Low

No End in Sight for Megadrought Crisis as States Fail to Agree on Use of Colorado River Water

Colorado River Reservoirs Run Critically Low. States Must Submit Cuts.

Extreme, severe drought impacting the upper Colorado River basin in the second century, new study finds

Climate change will force big shift in timing, amount of snowmelt across Colorado River Basin