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10/27/2015 - It’s one of the most overtaxed waterways on the planet, and its shrinking flow is only part of the problem.
The Colorado River travels 1,500 miles through seven U.S. states before reaching the Gulf of California. Throughout its long journey the river supplies water for approximately 40 million people and is used to irrigate more than five million acres of land in the Western U.S. and Mexico.
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USU College of Engineering, "Tackling Salinity in the Colorado River One Ion at a Time | Biological Engineering" (2015). College of Engineering News. 46.