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 Lower Colorado River basin users do not have to account for evaporation from Lake Mead, a fact that irks those upstream in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and New Mexico.
Luke Runyon
Federal officials say they are ready to have a “candid conversation” about accounting for water lost to evaporation in the Colorado River’s Lower Basin. They are giving states until the end of 2024 to prepare for what would amount to a significant cut in annual water allocations to users in Nevada, California and Arizona.
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