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Water Quality and Limnology On the Colorado River

August 24, 2018
by John Weisheit

A spring in the upper Colorado River arm of Lake Powell. This spring has emissions of methane and hydrogen sulfide. Also note the white precipitates of unknown chemicals on exposed reservoir sediment.
A spring in the upper Colorado River arm of Lake Powell. This spring has emissions of methane and hydrogen sulfide. Also note the white precipitates of unknown chemicals on exposed reservoir sediment.

NEWS

LEGISLATION

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE DOCUMENTS

WEBSITES

San Juan River And San Juan Arm of Lake Powell

Adaptive Management Program for Glen Canyon Dam

Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Southern Nevada Water Authority
DOCUMENTS
 Lower Basin
Upper Basin
SEDIMENT
See: Archive of sediment documents HERE
 
DATA

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