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Colorado River Basin Team

Basin

The Colorado River begins in U.S. State of Colorado, runs through Utah, and then forms the border for Arizona and Nevada, as well as the border between Arizona and California before passing on into Mexico where it forms the border betwen the States of Baja California and Sonora. The Colorado River Basin Team is comprised of 100th Meridain Initiative partners primarily in Utah, Colorado, Nevada, Arizona, and Southern California. This river basin team was created in 2001 but has subsequently recieved much more attention and participation following the arrival of quagga mussels into the lower Colorado River in January 2007.

Next Meeting:

Tentatively scheduled for March 9, 2010 in Grand Junction, Colorado

Project Update

Evaluating the Ecological and Economic Value of the 100th Meridian initiative by Jon Bossenbroek, Notre Dame University

Meeting Minutes


Zebra Mussels


Zebra Mussel Druse


Zebra Mussels on Rock


Mussel on Monofilament





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