Upper Missouri River Basin Study Identifies Strategies For Meeting Water Demands During Climate Change; Adjusting To Changing Runoff Patterns

The Bureau of Reclamation has released the Missouri River Headwaters Basin Study that provides options to meet the increased water demand and a change in the timing of the snowmelt runoff in the Missouri River Basin above Fort Peck Reservoir. The basin covers about 50,000 square miles and is the primary water source for 320,000 people and about 1.1 million acres of irrigated lands.

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