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Aspinall Unit operations update

Aspinall Unit

Aspinall Unit dams

Gunnison Tunnel via the National Park Service

Gunnison River

Gunnison River Basin via the Colorado Geological Survey

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"I believe the Western Slope will sabotage any attempt to develop more water" -- Jeris Danielson #ColoradoRiver #COWaterPlan

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

Can the Western Slope ever come to terms with a future proposal to move water across the Continental Divide?

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Stormwater hangs up SDS request -- The Pueblo Chieftain

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

Controlling stormwater on Fountain Creek has surfaced as a key issue for use of the Southern Delivery System in light of the rejection of the Pikes Peak Drainage Authority by El Paso County voters in November.

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Arizona State University study: Drought and the economic impact ($1.4 trillion) of the #ColoradoRiver

Here’s the release from Protect the Flows:

A first-ever comprehensive report by noted economist Tim James at W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, commissioned by business coalition Protect the Flows, identifies the economic value and number of jobs dependent on the river for all the basin states and major economic sectors that use water from the river.

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The latest thinking from the Gunnison River Basin Roundtable about a potential new transmountain diversion

Read the latest thinking from the Gunnison River Basin Roundtable about a potential new transmountain diversion: http://t.co/nJ2zgAVdy8

— Aspen Journalism (@AspenJournalism) January 14, 2015

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Rio Grande now largest source of ABQ water -- the Albuquerque Journal #RioGrande

From the Albuquerque Journal (John Fleck):

Albuquerque’s effort to wean itself from unsustainable groundwater pumping took a major step forward in 2014, with Rio Grande water for the first time in history meeting more than half the needs of the metro area’s largest water utility.

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