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This paper summarizes the current understanding of future hydrology from the perspective of how that understanding can be incorporated into the Colorado River Simulation System and other river planning models. We also provide scenarios that characterize and estimate plausible future drought conditions, based on the record of past droughts in historic and tree ring-estimated natural flow. Scenarios described in this report, although sometimes of low probability, are based on flows that have occurred in the past or can be reconstructed from the past record of streamflow. If such conditions have happened in the past, they might occur in the future, and these scenarios should be considered in future planning.
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
|The Walton Family Foundation
|Future of the Colorado River, Catena Foundation
|My Good Fund
|David Bonderman fund
|Janet Quinney Lawson Chair in Colorado River Studies endowment
|Utah Water Research Laboratory funding
|Oxford Martin Programme on Transboundary Resource Management
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