Climate extremes and adaptive management on the Colorado River: Lessons from the 1997-1998 ENSO event
The Colorado River system exhibits the characteristics of a heavily over-allocated or ?closing water system?. In such systems, development of mechanisms to allow resource users to acknowledge interdependence and to engage in negotiations and agreements becomes necessary. Recently, after a decade of deliberations and environmental assessments, the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program (GCDAMP) was established to monitor and analyze the effects of dam operations on the Grand Canyon ecosystem and recommend adjustments intended to preserve and enhance downstream physical, cultural and environmental values. The Glen Canyon Dam effectively separates the Colorado into its lower and upper basins. Dam operations and...
GENERIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT FOR LICENSE RENEWAL OF NUCLEAR PLANTS: REGARDING EDWIN I. HATCH NUCLEAR PLANT, UNITS 1 AND 2, APPLING COUNTY, GEORGIA (FOURTH DRAFT SUPPLEMENT TO THE FINAL GENERIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT OF MAY 1996).
TIMBISHA SHOSHONE TRIBAL HOMELAND, DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, INYO COUNTY CALIFORNIA, AND ESMERALDA AND NYE COUNTIES, NEVADA.
TIMBISHA SHOSHONE TRIBAL HOMELAND, DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, INYO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, AND ESMERALDA AND NYE COUNTIES, NEVADA.
IMPLEMENTATION AGREEMENT, INADVERTENT OVERRUN AND PAYBACK POLICY, AND RELATED ACTIONS, LOWER COLORADO RIVER AND THE STATES OF ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, AND NEVADA.
Water balance studies of bunded rice fields in the Chhattisgarh region of Central India and some strategies to improve the low land rainfed rice productivity
Ecological survey of standing waters in north west Africa: II. Site descriptions for Tunisia and Algeria.