The Shrinkage of the Salton Sea Is Caused by a Decrease in Colorado River Flow – Rights History
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The Shrinkage of the Salton Sea Is Caused by a Decrease in Colorado River Flow

In the past 25 years, the Salton Sea, the state’s most contaminated inland lake, has lost about a third of its water. According to recent studies, the Colorado River’s flow is declining, which is the cause of that decrease.