The variability in pollution laws nationwide may be caused by the EPA not requiring state enforcement.
Rather than raising everyone’s water prices, we propose a customized approach that lets individual consumers decide whether to pay higher prices.
Experts warn that climate change has rendered old assumptions outdated about what the Colorado River can provide, leaving painful water cuts as the only way forward.
As drought and climate change sap the Colorado River, even the water in the Upper Basin’s high-elevation reservoirs isn’t enough to protect the larger system.
As more sanitation districts test wastewater for COVID-19, questions remain on interpreting the data
Wastewater can inform public health departments of new variants in the community, but the data collected is still inconclusive.
New technology can reduce water demand for irrigation by anywhere from 20% to 72% without hampering daily operations.
In a first-of-its-kind project, scientists will trace snow from where it arrives in the atmosphere, to where it melts into the ground.
Water managers are dealing with the after effects of fire and mudslides in Glenwood Canyon by continuing a water quality monitoring program.
After nearly 136 years of work, the U.S. Geological Survey still faces problems mapping small streams. Now hikers and lasers are on the solutions menu.
Colorado's Pitkin County is grappling with higher temperatures, declining streamflows and drier soils caused by climate change.
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