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WHICH STATE IS HOME TO PARTS OF THE TWO LARGEST RESERVOIRS IN THE U.S.?
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[STC00776] Lake Mead is the largest reservoir in the United States and may be found straddling the state line between Nevada and Arizona. When it is completely full, Lake Mead has a surface area of 247 square miles and can hold a maximum of 26.12 million acre-feet of water. The lake was created in 1931 by the construction of the Hoover Dam. Despite this, the lake is currently at record low water levels and only fills to about 40% of its capacity on average. Lake Mead is not the only significant reservoir in the state of Arizona; Lake Powell, the second largest reservoir in the United States, has its southernmost tip in Arizona as well. Lake Powell was made possible by the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam in 1956. It has a surface area of 254.1 square miles and has a total capacity of 24.32 million acre-feet. It is suffering record low water levels at the same time as Lake Mead right now as a direct result of the ongoing drought in the West.