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24-Month Study Reports of Colorado River Operations

January 27, 2015
by John Weisheit

A 24-month report is a document from the Bureau of Reclamation which provides information about the conditions of main reservoirs in the Colorado River basin and projections for the near future. For instance, the report is essential for making a determination about operating criteria for shortage and surplus declarations.

Upper Colorado River Basin Water Resources Division

Lower Colorado River Basin Water Resources Division

MONTHLY RESERVOIR SUMMARY

ARCHIVE OF 24-MONTH REPORTS


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