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Water Released Across the U.S. - Mexico Border Brings Life to the Colorado River
Water Released Across the U.S. - Mexico Border Brings Life to the Colorado River
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Title: Water Released Across the U.S. - Mexico Border Brings Life to the Colorado River

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Upriver view of the Colorado River where it meets the ocean. This photo was taken after the Minute 319 pulse flow to to simulate natural spring floods. Water provided by the Minute 319 agreement between the United States and Mexico is intended to promote riparian habitat restoration along the river in its delta. 

 

 

Location: Yuma County, AZ, USA

Date Taken: 5/24/2014

Photographer: Francisco Zamora, Sonoran Institute, with aerial support from LightHawk
Photographer Email: fzamora@sonoraninstitute.org
Photographer Organization: Sonoran Institute


Usage: This image is public domain/of free use unless otherwise stated. Please refer to the USGS Copyright section for how to credit the photo.

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Type: JPEG image - 3.28 MB
Dimensions: 3000 x 1880

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