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July 1, 2003
REGION: Jackson PRIORITY: 4
WATERSHED NAME: Greys River
LAND STATUS: 2% Private, 98%Public
SPECIES THAT COULD BENEFIT FROM ACTIVITY IN THIS WATERSHED:
Native fish: Snake River Cut...
The Snake River Basin, located in Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon, Nevada, and Utah, is experiencing increasing demands on a finite amount of water. The complexity of water allocation is magnified by the si...
A water-quality investigation of the upper Snake River Basin began in 1991 as part of the U.S. Geological Survey's National Water-Quality Assessment Program. As part of the investigation, intensive...
In 1991, a water-quality investigation of the upper Snake River Basin was initiated as part of the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) National Water-Quality Assessment Program. Nearly 9,000 analyses o...
Atmospheric deposition is the primary cause of acidification in lakes and streams in the United States. Mountainous watersheds tend to have a low buffering capacity for nitrogen-based acidifying co...
This document presents the results of surface-water-quality data retrievals for Grand Teton National Park (GRTE) and John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway (JODR) from six of t...
The maintenance of high water quality in the Snake River and its tributaries is one of the highest resource management priorities for the National Park Service at Grand Teton National ...
Terrestrial habitats surrounding wetlands are critical to the management of natural resources. Although the protection of water resources from human activities such as agriculture, silviculture, an...
December 16 2002
USFWS: Candidate (Southern Rocky Mountain
USFS R2: Sensitive
USFS R4: Not designated
Wyoming BLM: Sensitive
WYNDD: NRMP G4T4, S2
SRMP G4T1Q, S1
Purpose and Need for Action
The Bridger-Teton Land and Resource Plan Management (Forest Plan) was originally approved in 1990. Since that time, new information has provid...
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