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W WA Western Water Assessment Use of Climate Information in Municipal Drought Planning in Colorado Report Number WWA01-06

By Roberta Klein and Douglas S. Kenney


In Colorado as elsewhere, water supply systems and water supply managers are largely evaluated by their ability to withstand droughts. As growth pressures intensify municipal demands and as conservation-inspired water management reforms remove some of the slack from water systems, drought management becomes an increasingly difficult challenge. Additionally, there is some evidence to suggest that droughts may become more common as part of larger trends in climate (NAST 2000)

Topics: Klein and Kenney, Municipal Drought Planning
Year: 2009
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