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Even after wet winter, Colorado River still threatened by climate change

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Even after wet winter, Colorado River still threatened by climate change

Even after wet winter, Colorado River still threatened by climate change

The Bureau of Reclamation says the river is high enough to to avoid mandatory cutbacks on usage in 2020, but Arizona, Nevada and Mexico will make voluntary reductions.

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