Low runoff into Colorado River could threaten endangered fish, complicate work for water managers
Federal officials told regional water managers last week not to plan on coordinated reservoir releases this spring to help endangered fish in the Colorado River near Grand Junction as there's likely not going to be enough water. "It's difficult for me to find the water in my forecast," said Victor Lee, a hydraulic engineer with the Bureau of Reclamation during a conference call March 27 with regional water managers.
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