A Journey Through the Major Dams of the Lower Colorado River visualization provides a tour of five major dams along the Lower Colorado River. Three of the dams (Hoover, Davis and Parker) are operated by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Hoover, Davis and Parker Dams provide for storage and annual delivery of 9.0 million acre-feet of water to users in Arizona, California, Nevada and Mexico. They also provide flood control, recreation areas, and more than 6.5 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year. The Imperial Diversion Dam is operated by the Imperial Irrigation District, which diverts water into the All American Canal in California and the Gila Gravity Main Canal in Arizona. The fifth dam, Morelos, on the United States-Mexico International Boundary, is operated by the Mexican Section of International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC). It enables Mexico to divert water into the Mexicali Valley.