Colorado River Meets Gulf of California for First Time in 16 Years

Nature World: For the first time in 16 years, the Colorado River met the Gulf of California on Thursday, restoring water flow to a long barren area. Water conservationists led the artificially induced "pulse flow" as part of a flood experiment to help the Colorado River reach the sea, News Tonight Africa (NAT) reported. The water traveled nearly 100 miles from a barren delta at the Morelos Dam just south of where California, Arizona and Mexico meet. The project was made possible by a bi-national agreement......

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