April2019

Planning for Drought in America – Dam Construction

There were days when the flanks of Grand Mesa would be covered by snow, but for the most part of the recent winters, the flanks have been snowless. Skiers have mostly been disappointed, as have been the fish coming in through summer. The winter view from the Grand Junction is[…]

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Ice Fishing on the Flaming Gorge

Just southwest of Wyoming and the north-eastern part of Utah lies a prominent geographical feature, the Flaming Gorge Lake – a national recreational area. Apart from its primary purpose as a reservoir, it serves as a perfect site for multipurpose recreational activities. The Flaming Gorge covers an area of 170[…]

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Putting in Every Effort to Save Dams – Flaming Gorge

No place is safe from terrorism in today’s world, not even our dams. Flaming Gorge Dam in Utah is a great example of it. From motion sensors to security cameras, it has got security system of the highest level. The attacks of world trade center has changed everything in the[…]

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Fish Species to Expect At The Flaming Gorge Dam

Along Wyoming’s Green River, the Flaming Gorge Dam can be found in front of the area that is demarcated as the Flaming Gorge Reservoir. The Dam was constructed in 1958 and was finally completed in 1964. At over 6,000 feet above sea level, the Flaming Gorge Dam stores almost 4[…]

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