A Federal Agency Tries to Hold on to What it's BuiltQuicklink submitted by Margaret Bassett Permalink
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|The key challenge a century ago was to move rivers around to make the land bloom. Now, the Bureau of Reclamation is looking to see how well these water transfers will hold up in the face of what it calls "changing water realities." The primary reality is a climate expected to become much, much hotter with compressed winters and uncertain precipitation. At the same time, population is growing in the West.|
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