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Facts about "The Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery and San Juan River Basin Recovery Implementation Programs"RDF feed
AgreementColorado River Compact +, 2007 Interim Guidelines for Colorado River Operations + and 1944 US-Mexico Water Treaty +
Area280,000 km² (108,108 mi²) +
ClimateArid/desert (Köppen B-type) + and alpine +
Geolocation37° 11' 7.9289", -110° 53' 37.6294"Latitude: 37.1855358104
Longitude: -110.893785954
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IssueConflict between maintaining water flows and habitat for legally protected endangered fish and water users with legal rights to water consumption in the Upper Colorado Basin +
Key QuestionHow can consultation and cooperation among stakeholders and development partners be better facilitated/managed/fostered? +, What considerations can be given to incorporating collaborative adaptive management (CAM)? What efforts have the parties made to review and adjust a solution or decision over time in light of changing conditions? +, How can packages or options that link issues creatively or build on possible technology innovations be employed to create non-zero sum choices within negotiations that include water resources? + and How can mutual trust amongst riparians be nurtured? What actions erode that trust? +
Land Useconservation lands +
NSPDWater Quantity +, Water Quality + and Ecosystems +
Population8,000,000 million +
RiparianColorado (U.S.) +, Utah (U.S.) +, Wyoming (U.S.) +, New Mexico (U.S.) + and United States of America +
Stakeholder TypeFederated state/territorial/provincial government +, Sovereign state/national/federal government +, Non-legislative governmental agency +, Environmental interest + and Industry/Corporate Interest +
Topic TagColorado River San Juan River Colorado River Upper Basin Endangered Species Species Recovery +
Water FeatureColorado River + and Colorado Basin +
Water UseAgriculture or Irrigation +, Domestic/Urban Supply +, Hydropower Generation + and Other Ecological Services +
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