The Colorado river is one of the most dammed (pun intended) rivers in the country. While many of the dams provide important services to local municipalities such as ensuring and adequate supply of freshwater and controlling floods, these benefits have come at an environmental cost. According to a recent study, damming of the Colorado river has altered local ecosystems and caused declines in the populations of many local species of fish. To read more, see the link below.
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