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Wheelon Power Plant, Bear River Canyon, circa 1900-1910. Black and white photograph, 6.25 x 8.25 inches.

Drawing on information gleaned from many diverse sources and supplemented by interviews with people knowledgeable about the Bear River, this report describes the history and geography of the Bear River as it relates to navigation. Among the topics...
Aerial view of Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge land, undated. One black & white photograph.

M.S. thesis by Michale R. Sterling, submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Wildlife Resources, Utah State University, 1970. 121 single-sided pages, with one 4x5 in. b&w photograph of the bottom...
Ph.D. dissertation by James Lane Gillings submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, Utah State University, 1969. Typewritten, 126 single-sided pages with interview schedule in...
Aerial view of pipe crossing the Bear River and going toward Cache Valley, December 1974.
McCormick tractor used to open up road and to pull cars through snow drifts, Feb. 7, 1933.
Spillbox at Station 182.00 "H" under construction at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, June 1931
Conference attendees at the concluding luncheon of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge's Botulism Conference April 4, 1940. Consisted mainly of refuge managers and agency officials. Black & white photograph, 3 x 4 inches.
This collection contains the papers of Friends of Bear River and the reports and legal materials they used to present their case against a proposed dam on the Bear River.; Historical Note; n 1989, Birch Creek Power Company owned by Idaho Falls,...

Process-based understanding of short and longer-term behavior of catchments is important to our ability to predict hydrologic system response. The time scale of many processes is on the order of minutes to hours, not weeks to months, and...
During the summers of 1971, 1972, and 1973, a general floristic ecological survey of the naturally-occurring vegetation of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in Utah was carried out. Ten community types were identified and characterized. These...
1977-08-08 (iso8601)
Successfully managing wetlands requires monitoring changes in plant community composition. We used remote sensing techniques to document the replacement of desirable native wetland vegetation with invasive species in response to catastrophic flood...
The North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NCRWQCB) convened an Independent Scientific Review Panel (ISRP) in August 2002 to address three questions which will assist the NCRWQCB in fulfilling its mission to protect and restore sediment...
The Bear River Drainage lies within three states (Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah). The receptor of the upper basin water is Bear Lake, which is a lake ecosystem of national importance. The lake contains four species of fish found nowhere else in the...
A report on the Bear River Watershed Information and Education Outreach Project by the Bear Lake Regional Commission. This project was conducted in cooperation with The United States Environmental Protection Agency , Region VIII Grant #95-3265
Watermaster's report, District no. 5, State of Idaho, for 1924, Bear River.
This assessment of the prehistoric cultural resources in the marsh areas between Salt Lake City and Brigham City, Utah was prompted by the historic high reached by the flooding of the Great Salt Lake in 1987. In the aftermath of the flood,...
Bear River Canyon, 1890. View from east (Cache) end of Canyon, looking west. Photo by C.R. Savage. Gift of Nelson Wadsworth, 1985. One black and white photograph (5.75 x 9.25 inches) mounted on board. (Negative Available).
Cutler Dam construction in Bear River Canyon, Utah, 1925-1927. Otto Oskar Collection. One black and white photograph (3.25 x 5.5 inches) mounted on board.

Aerial view of Bear River Canyon, 1950s. Cutler Dam at center of photo; Union Pacific Railroad tunnel is at right. One black and white photograph (4.5 x 6.75 inches) mounted on board.

Cutler Dam nearing completion, in Bear River Canyon, Utah, looking south, 1923. Union Pacific freight train steaming toward Cache Valley at top of photo. Gift of Rhoda Oyler Welling. One black and white photograph (4.25 x 6.25 inches) mounted on...
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