She sights territories near Yellowstone National Park, like Menan Butte or Twin Falls, Idaho, or the Flaming Gorge Dam, Utah.
What does FGD stand for?
FGD stands for Flaming Gorge Dam (Utah)
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While studying a map, he observed that the Green River, after being impounded at Flaming Gorge Dam, briefly dipped into Colorado on its way to a confluence with the Colorado River near Moab, Utah.
Regulation resulted in lower peak flows, higher base flows, and reduced temperatures in the Green River, conditions that are attenuated downstream, in part, by the mostly unregulated Yampa River and flow and temperature re-regulation at Flaming Gorge Dam (R.
NPCA nominated the river for this year's report because regulated waterflows upstream at the Flaming Gorge Dam in Wyoming have severely degraded the wildlife habitat in the parks and have been integral to the endangered status of four native fish (see Rare and Endangered, page 50).
The reservoir and its surrounding wilderness are enjoyed by some 2 million people a year, most of whom come to hike, fish, relax on a houseboat, or run the rapids below Flaming Gorge Dam.
The generators at Flaming Gorge Dam are cranking out the watts.
As part of the species' recovery plan, effects of diminished waterflow are being addressed in areas such as the Flaming Gorge Dam, on the Green River in Wyoming--one of the Colorado River's tributaries.
In perhaps the most controversial change, the famed Green River has been closed to live bait fishing below Flaming Gorge Dam.