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How Climate Change And Invasive Species Are Altering The Colorado River
A warming climate has been linked to human activity around the world, and has affected the Colorado River System as well. The impacts are substantial, from reduced water flows, threats to indigenous species and the influx of new invasive species along the river system.

The Colorado River System drains more than 244,000 square miles; about one-eighth of the United States. Over 40 million people rely upon its waters.  Unfortunately, over development, over commitment, and overuse of these Western waters impact ecosystems and communities.

 
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