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Overview of the proposed lower Bear River water development plan

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Title Overview of the proposed lower Bear River water development plan Lower Bear River Water development plan
Description The primary purpose of this document is to present the concept of interconnecting the water supplies of the lower Bear River Basin, the Weber River Basin, and the Jordan River Basin along the Wasatch Front. Part 1 of the document presents material on the Lower Bear River Water Development Plan. This material covers the presently identifiable water development needs of the Lower Bear River Basin in Utah and compares these needs with the water supply available. Part 2 of the document deals with...
Creator Division of Water Resources, Department of Natural Resources
Coverage Bear River Valley, Box Elder County, Utah, United States, ; Bear River, Box Elder County, Utah, United States, ; Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States, ; Franklin County, Idaho, United States, ; Caribou County, Idaho, United States, ; Oneida County, Idaho, United States, ; Uinta County, Wyoming, United States, ; Lincoln County, Wyoming, United States, ; Rich County, Utah, United States, ; Summit County, Utah, United States, ; Cache County, Utah, United States, ; Box Elder County, Utah, United States, ; 1980-1989; 20th century;
Subject Water-supply--Utah--Planning; Water resources development--Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Box Elder Canyon (Utah); Cache County (Utah); Bear River (Utah-Idaho)
Source Utah State University, Quinney Natural Resources Library, TC 424 .U8 L6X 1988
Relation Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Libary, S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney BARN Collection
Publisher Digitized by : Utah State University, Quinney Library
Type Text;
Format application/pdf; 2473923 Bytes
Rights Public Domain Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library
Date 1988-12

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