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hedwaw ter

  • n  the source of a river
    the headwaters of the Nile

  • When the whole system is finished, 107 headwater dams and reservoirs will regulate the rivers; farmers in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, the Dakotas, Nebraska and Kansas will have .
  • His work is viewed at home as the headwater of the great streams in Russian literature.
  • On the question of building headwater reservoirs, Army Engineers pointed out that it would take over $1,000,000,000 to do any sort of job to compare with their proposed $300,000 .

  • Bill Ritter in Rocky Mountain News
    Colorado is fortunate to enjoy abundant natural resources, and as a headwater state in a semi-arid environment we constantly face critical water- resource challenges,Ritter said in a statement. "The issues of drought and climate risk are...
  • Lamar Alexander in Environment News Service
    More than one million acres of Appalachia have already been affected by this practice, Senator Alexander says, "An estimated 1,200 miles of headwater streams have been buried under tons of mining wastes. More than 500 mountains have been impacted,...

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