Dave Wegner

scientist and engineer

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Scientist and engineer who has managed government and research programs in the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River Basin for many years.

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As if the news about the drought wasn’t disturbing enough, a new report is raising an alarm for one of Southern California’s major sources of water.

The Health of the Colorado River

As if the news about the drought wasn’t disturbing enough, a new report is raising an alarm for one of Southern California’s major sources of water.

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