• Lake Mead Levels to Drop to Historic Lows
  • Hoover Dam Fire Brigade focuses on protecting, rescuing facility workers
  • Prehistoric Elephant Excavated near Elephant Butte Reservior
  • New Laser Light Show at Grand Coulee Dam
  • Share the Experience Photo Contest
Lake Mead Levels to Drop to Historic Lows1 Hoover Dam Fire Brigade focuses on protecting, rescuing facility workers2 Prehistoric Elephant Excavated near Elephant Butte Reservior3 Laser Light Show4 Photo contest5
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Title screenshot from Bureau of Reclamation Stakeholders Meeting on 7/16/14 Bureau of Reclamation Stakeholders Meeting - On July 16, 2014, the Bureau of Reclamation held a Stakeholders Meeting in Denver, Colorado. Reclamation leadership provided updates and had discussions on aging infrastructure, safety, a wrap up of the work accomplished with American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding, and WaterSMART funding for next year. Watch the video of the meeting. (Length: 3hours 45 minutes)

Logos for Climate and Hydrology Projections PartnersReclamation and Partners Release New Hydrologic Projections for Contiguous United States - The Bureau of Reclamation has released new hydrologic projections that will help local water managers answer questions about future climate, stream flow and water resources. This new scientific data uses the updated World Climate Research Program climate projections that have been scaled to a finer resolution (downscaled) for water management decision support systems. "Reclamation is helping water managers prepare for the impacts of climate change with the release of this information, supporting the President's Climate Action Plan," Acting Reclamation Commissioner Lowell Pimley said. "Researchers and planners can use these future climate and hydrology projections to assess societal impacts and explore adaptation options." The new hydrology projections are available here. More information is available in the News Release

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Agrimet on Display at USDA's Twillight Crop Tour - An Agrimet weather data station was on display at the USDA's Twilight Crop Tour in Twin Falls, Id. The bi-annual event highlights research efforts by the University of Idaho and other partners. AgriMet is a weather station network which generates wind, soil and water data. Irrigators use the data to efficiently fine tune their crop water usage. There are more than 90 agricultural weather stations located throughout the Pacific Northwest. PN AgriMet is funded through the Bureau of Reclamation's Water Conservation Field Services Program and by the Bonneville Power Administration along with contributions from a variety of sponsors outside of Reclamation. More info at Pacific Northest Region Agrimet. There is also a Great Plains Region Agrimet.

A Spillway Rises - Reclamation is in the third season of a four year effort to replace the century-old Minidoka Dam. The original dam, completed in 1909, had suffered from concrete deterioration on the spillway and both irrigation headworks structures. The new dam will feature a shorter overflow spillway and a series of large gates to accommodate irrigation deliveries and flood control operations. More

Weekly Video from Interior - This Week at Interior for July 18, 2014. A new video will be posted each week from the Department of the Interior featuring activities of the Department and it's bureaus. Click the video above to play or go to the DOI YouTube Site.


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