Water Woes XII-Kyle Center Colorado River Shortage Interactive Story
The Kyle Center For Water Policy at Arizona State University's (ASU's) Morrison Institute has released an excellent interactive story entitled Colorado River Shortage (click on the button below to view).
By scrolling through this on-line presentation you will read and view photos/graphics that cover many of the topics that the Tortolita Alliance (TA) has been writing and talking about for the last two years including:
Colorado River Basics
Colorado River Over-allocation
Climate Change Impacts
Shortage Reduction Criteria
Impacts To Residential Water Users
Water Rate & Property Tax Increases
Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District (CAGRD) and reference to the Kyle Center's report entitled "The Elusive Concept Of An Assured Water Supply" of which TA has referenced in the past.
Groundwater Pumping and reference to the Kyle Center's report entitled "The Myth of Safe-Yield: Pursing the Goal of Safe-Yield Isn't Saving Our Groundwater" of which TA has referenced in the past.
New Water Supplies
The Kyle Center administrators/staff include legal/water resource professionals that do an excellent job researching and reporting the undistorted true facts and present them in a manner we can all understand. It is refreshing to see this coming from public university in Arizona.