…1. Colorado River 2. Missouri River 3. Red River 4. Snake River
Lake Powell is an artificial reservoir along what U.S. river?
Colorado River – Lake Powell was created in 1972 by the flooding of Glen Canyon after the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. The 252-square-mile body of water, located on the border of Arizona and Utah, is the second-largest artificial reservoir in the U.S. by maximum water capacity, behind only Lake Mead. However, it might not stay that way for long. In recent years, drought has plagued the Lake Powell area, causing its water levels to drop precipitously and threatening to empty the reservoir if more isn’t done to reverse course. For now, though, Lake Powell remains a popular tourist destination where visitors can hike, boat, and swim surrounded by spectacular scenery.
Please let us know as comment, if the answer is not correct!