Transcript for scene 5 of the video " Floods and Ice Age - Part 2" by Rolf Witzsche  

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The Colorado River could be technologically maintained

The river system could be restored to its design parameters by the simple recognition of the principle that had caused the Oroville flooding. The Colorado River could be technologically maintained by this principle. It would be surprising if this option wasn't implemented relatively soon.

Roughly 40 million people depend on the Colorado River for their water, and 4.5 million acres of agricultural lands for irrigation. When the river dries up, a real crisis begins of immense proportions. But there is no need to let this come to pass.

 

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