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Thain Pumping Plant on Bear River, Cache County, Utah, Oct. 1919. One black and white photograph (2.75 x 4.5 inches) mounted on board. (Negative Available).
1919-10-01
Towers and rails to carry material to site from dam construction on Bear River at Alexander, Idaho, 1923. Phoenix Utility Company. George H. Warren Collection. One black and white photograph (4 x 6.25 inches) mounted on board. (Negative Available).
2020-10-25
Bear River Bridge at Hampton's Crossing near Collinston, Utah, about 1869. Bear River Canyon is in the background. From Grenville M. Dodge, How We Built the Union Pacific Railroad (Denver, 1965) p. 156. Negative available. Black and white...
1869-10-25
Distant view of Southern Pacific bridge over the Bear River at Corrine, Utah, circa 1905, looking north. Black and white photograph (8 x 10 inches) mounted on board.
2020-10-25
M.S. thesis by R. Scott Wrenn, submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in History, Utah State University, 1973. Typewritten, 127 single-sided pages. Includes tables and maps. Also includes R....
1973-10-25
M.S. thesis by Chia Chu Hsieh, a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Utah State University, 1965. Typewritten, 130 single-sided pages. Includes maps, charts, and...
1965-10-25
M.S. thesis by J.M. Crook submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Utah State Agricultural College, Logan, Utah, 1956. Typewritten, carbon copy, 63 one-sided...
2020-10-25
Four whistling swan on river at Refuge headquarters, January 1940.
1940-01-01
Map of the Bear River Watershed, March 1936 by the Utah State Planning Board, Ray B. West, Director. Features include: state and county lines, cities, canyons, and points of interest concerning water and usage (i.e. dams, canals, etc.). Symbols...
1936-03-01
Cutting ice 26 inches thick below gates on structure no. 3 1/2 on Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, January 1931.
1931-01-01
View from the observation tower shows many hunters' vehicles parked at the headquarters of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Oct. 15, 1938. This panoramic view shows the surrounding salt marshes and mountains in the background. Black & white...
1938-10-15
The Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge photograph collection consists of over 3,000 photographs and negatives that document the earliest operations of the refuge in the 1920s and 1930s including the construction of dikes,...

Water-quality samples were collected from the Bear River during two base-flow periods in 2001: March 11 to 21, prior to snowmelt runoff, and July 30 to August 9, following snowmelt runoff. The samples were collected from 65 sites along the Bear...
2020-10-25
Annual Report to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality Division of Water Quality Grant Period: January 2006 to December 2006
2007-01-01
As demands upon available water supplies increase, there is an accompanying increase in the need to assess downstream consequences resulting from changes at specific locations within a hydrologic system. The problem...
1970-01-01
Summary: The quality of water that develops in the proposed reservoirs of the Upper Bear River Storage Project will determine the possible uses of the water. Previous studies of water quality in the Bear River and...
1986-01-01
Report of the Bear River Commission 1972.
1968-10-25
Watermaster's report, District no. 5, state of Idaho, Bear River for 1943.
2020-10-25
Sediment movement in Bear River, Utah / by Calvin Geary Clyde. Thesis submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Civil Engineer in the graduate division of the University of California, June 1953.
1953-06-01
The following conclusions have been reached for Part I of the study: 1. Much of the phosphorus carried by the streams that will feed the proposed reservoirs in the Bear River Watershed is derived from runoff and erosion of the land in the...
1987-12-01
Men posed by hot springs on the bank of the Bear River at Soda Springs, Idaho, about 1917. One black and white photograph (3.5 x 5.5 inches) mounted on board.
2020-10-25
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