Transcript for scene 10 of the video " Water Crisis: Healing the Colorado River - part 1" by Rolf Witzsche  

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Inflow of 10 billion cubic meters per year

An inflow of 10 billion cubic meters per year, into Lake Mead, is contracted to be released from the up-stream Glen Canyon Dam, and its reservoir, Lake Paul, if the water is available.

The remaining 1 billion cubic meters is typically derived from tributaries below Lake Powell.

This is how the system operated before the drought.

 

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