Browse by Archive

Digital Collections at BYU

View Archive Info

Contents of this issue: Recreation - a "Plus" feature of the Central Utah Project -- Recreational aspects of the Bonneville Unit --Utah Lake Plans.

Contents of this issue: Congress appropriates Central Utah Project funds -- Construction readied for Bonneville Unit -- Funds earmarked for project planning -- Duchesne "town" moves ahead -- Project pamphlet available -- Why is Starvation first...

Contents of this issue: Position reaffirmed on Colorado River Safeguards. -- New directors appointed. -- District Headquarters building going up. -- Board acts on water treatment. -- District asks delay in High Uintas action. -- Bonneville Unit...

Report on environmental impact of rehabilitation of the Olmstead Aqueduct in the Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project. Includes other related letters and related documents. "Regional office number: UC-FONST-89-001."

The Central Utah Project, planned and constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation, is located in the central and east central part of of Utah and is the most significant water resource development program in the state. The Project provides Utah the...

The Strawberry Complex consists of the features required to collect flows of several streams tributary to the Duchesne River and to convey the water to the Strawberry Reservoir. Strawberry Reservoir will be enlarged in the process. The features...

The Municipal and Industrial System would be located in Salt Lake, Summit, Utah, and Wasatch Counties in the state of utah. The primary purpose of the project would be to provide 90,000 acre-feet of water annually for municipal and industrial use...

The Central Utah Project, planned and being constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation, is located in the central and east central part of Utah. It is the largest water resource development program undertaken in the state of Utah. A brief...

This supplement describes the environmental impacts of proposed mondifictions to the Municipal and Industrial (M&I) System plan and impacts not previously covered by the Final Environmental Statement (FES) (77-55). Changes include relocating U.S....

Several alternative plans for development of Utah Lake are studied. Alternative plans being considered include different diking plans, dike designs, operation alternatives, and land uses. Includes bibliography. Cover title: WHAB Phase II...

This environmental impact statement analyzes the environmental impacts of alternatives being considered to deliver increased amounts of water from the enlarged Strawberry Reservoir through the Diamond Fork drainage in north-central Utah for...

The Municipal and Industrial System of the Bonneville Unit would be located in Salt Lake, Summit, and Wasatch Counties in north-central Utah. The project plan would include construction of Jordanelle Reservoir and Powerplant on the Provo River,...

Includes Leland Bench and West Ouray area, Pariette Bench and Eight Mile Flat, Towant Flats, Rock Creek Bottoms, Little Valley, Farm Creek , and Hidden Valley, Wissiup Waterfowl Managemment area. Contract No. CX 8000-7-0016 (February 8, 1977)...

Report INT FES 73-42 authorized by Bonneville Unit, Central Utah Project. Dated August 2, 1973.

This is a brief report on pertinent data with regard to Utah Lake. It was prepared at the request of the Board of Directors so that they be more informed on Utah Lake. The data in this report is a compilation from several sources. Title from...

Cover title: Central Utah Project, Bonneville Unit : Diamond Fork System : final supplement to the final environmental impact statement. Alternate title: Diamond Fork System : final supplement to the final environmental impact statement. Received...

Report CUPA-FONSI-02-001. The Central UtahWater Conservancy District, the U.S. Department of the Interior, and the Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Commission have proposed modificatiions to the 2000 Diamond Fork System Final...

The Municipal and Industrial System of the Bonneville Unit would be located in Salt Lake, Summit, and Wasatch Counties in north-central Utah. The project plan would include construction of Jordanelle Reservoir and Powerplant on the Provo River,...

Appendix A only of the Final environmental Statement authorized Bonneville Unit, Central Utah Project, Utah published in 1973. Includes the review comments only to the actual document. Alternate title: United States. Bureau of Reclamation....

This draft review of the Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project, requested by Utah Governor Scott M. Matheson from the Utah Department of Natural Resources, is based on issues identified through public scoping meetings held May 7-11, 1984....

In March 1984 Governor Scott M. Matheson of the state of Utah requested that the Utah Department of Natural Resources review the Bonneville Unit of the Central Utah Project and provide him with current information on the status, problems, and...

Supplement to the Final Environmental Statement (INT FES 73-42, Aug 2, 1973) of the Bonneville Unit, Central Utah Project prepared in 1978. The proposed supplemental action would establish a management plan for the creation of a recreation...

The Jensen Unit is a northeastern Utah water resource project that would develop municipal and industrial water to augment existing supplies to Vernal and nearby Ashley Valley towns and water for irrigation in the vicinity of Jensen. It would...

The Upalco Unit of the Central Utah Project would be located in Duchesne County in northeastern Utah. The project plan includes the construction of Taskeech Reservoir on the Lake Fork River and 2 auxiliary canals, modification of 14 high country...

Report INT FES 79-55. Prepared by the Upper Colorado Regional Office, Salt Lake City, Utah. Cover title: Central Utah Project Bonneville Unit final environmental statement.

151 - 175 of 187 Items    << < 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 > >> 

© Western Waters Digital Library - GWLA member projects - Designed by the J. Willard Marriott Library - Hosted by Oregon State University Libraries and Press