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Procedures for Estimating Depletion in the Lower Bear River Basin in Idaho / submitted to Pacificorp, by Robert W. Hill, January 27, 2003.
2020-10-25
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.

Cutler Dam construction in Bear River Canyon, Utah, including access bridge over the river, 1925-1927. Otto Oskar Collection. One black and white photograph (3.25 x 5.5 inches) mounted on board.

Aerial view of Cutler Dam and Bear River canal system in Bear River Canyon, 1950s. View looking east. One black and white photograph (4.5 x 6.75 inches) mounted on board. (Negative Available).

Group and men and women beside Wheelon Dam in Bear River Canyon, Utah, 1900-1909. Gift of Gale Welling. One black and white photograph (4.5 x 6.25 inches) mounted on board.

Group watching first water pumped from Bear River into canals at Cache Junction, Utah. Pumps started July 3, 1920. One black and white photograph (5.25 x 9.5 inches) mounted on board. (Negative Available).
2020-10-25
Bear River Canyon, Alexander, Idaho. 1922. Work on Alexander hydro plant in distance. George H. Warren Collection. One black and white photograph (4 x 6.25 inches) mounted on board. (Negative Available)
2020-10-25
This survey of fish and their habitat was begun in June 1962 and included an inventory of fish species, water temperatures and chemistry, and physical and biological data. Study area was 210 miles along the Bear River and its tributaries in Utah:...

Wheelon Coffer Dam and head gate at West Side Canal. View is looking east, Bear River Canyon, Utah, circa 1905. Black and white photograph (5 x 6.75 inches) mounted on board.
2020-10-25
Wheelon Electric Power Plant, Bear River Canyon, Utah, during construction, circa 1905. Black and white photograph (6.25 x 8.5 inches) mounted on board.
2020-10-25
Dedication of new bridge over the Bear River at Hampton Crossing near Collinston, Utah, July 4, 1893. Black and white photograph, 6.25 x 8.25 inches.
1893-07-04
M.S. thesis by Dale Clair Christensen, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in the School of Arts and Science, Department of Botany, Utah State Agricultural College, May 1938. Written under direction of...
1938-05-01
View of snow-covered camp at Box 465-00 "N" line, Unit 5, January 6, 1931. Men are unloading lumber from a horse-drawn sleigh. In the background are several cars, heavy machinery, a shed, and two camper-type vehicles.
1931-01-06
Entrance to the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, with observation tower in the background, December 1941 .
1941-12-01
Duck trap containing several ducks caught for banding at the mouth of the third lateral canal entering Unit 1, Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Spring 1931.
2020-10-25
This document, one of many in the "Utah State Water Plan" series, is intended to guide and direct waterrelated planning and management in the Bear River Basin into the next century. It summarizes key data obtained through the previous water...
2020-10-25
The North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Water Board) convened an Independent Scientific Review Panel (Panel) in August 2002. The objective was to strengthen the science basis for its decision-making for protecting and...
2003-01-01
This study presents a systems modeling methodology to determine the quantity of water to supply among wetland units to increase ecological performance. Ecological performance is measured by a parameter defined as weighted usable area for wetlands...
2010-01-01
This study presents a systems modeling methodology to determine the quantity of water to supply among wetland units to increase ecological performance. Ecological performance is measured by a parameter defined as weighted usable area for wetlands...
2010-01-01
Within the last raw years several areas thin the state of Utah have been and are being developed for the conservation of migratory birds. Of utmost importance in this respect is the management of these areas so as to obtain a sufficient supply of...
1940-05-01
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...
2010-12-13
1930 Watermaster's report, District no. 5, Bear River, Idaho. The record embodied in the following pages is compiled from data obtained by meter measurements taken during the past season, together with results of stream flow calculations for the...
2020-10-25
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.

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