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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon Dec 16, 2013 09:56 AM CST

The following article, from the Denver Post by Allen Best, has some details on how water resource managers in the western U.S. are taking long-term drought potential seriously--to the point of doing "what if" scenarios that include possibly cutting back on how much water is available for irrigation in raising crops.--Bryce

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What If There's A Bad Snow Year? by Allen Best

Skimpy-clothed people splashing amid the red sandstone canyons of Utah define our images of Lake Powell. But six months ago, engineers and water officials from the seven states of the Colorado River Basin quietly met in ...

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