Dropping Water Levels at Elephant Butte Lake - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:178037540
Upload date:August 23, 2013

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'Dropping water levels at Elephant Butte Lake show a drastic decline compared even with a few years ago, as a historic drought continues in southern New Mexico during 2013. Elephant Butte Lake formed from the Rio Grande is the largest body of water in the state of New Mexico. Water from the lake supplies southern New Mexico, west Texas, and Mexico. In 2013 water from the lake was so scarce that irrigation district officials warned farmers that the situation was dire. Water releases from the lake would be so sparse that only a 30-day irrigation season could be expected in the summer of 2013.Elephant Butte in 2010:'
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