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High and Dry? From the Rockies to the Sierra, Water Managers Gauge Implications of Climate Change

Case studies of the Colorado River Basin and the Sierra Nevada show how water managers can factor climate change — and the uncertainty surrounding it — in to their long-term plans, with implications for water conservation, water-use efficiency, and surface water storage.

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