The Bear River Commission was created in 1958 pursuant to the Bear River Compact (as amended PL 96-189) between the states of Idaho, Utah and Wyoming. The Commission is composed of nine gubernatorial appointed Commissioners, three from each of the signatory states, as well as a Federal Commissioner appointed by the President, who serves as Chairman without vote.
As part of a Targeted Watersheds Grant sponsored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Utah State University developed this Watershed Information System (WIS) for the Bear River in collaboration with the Bear River Commission, Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming Departments of Environmental Quality, and a number of other interested stakeholders.
A winner of the Thiess International Riverprize.
La rivière Drôme est un affluent rive gauche du Rhône, qui prend sa source dans le Diois, sur le commune de la Bâtie des Fonds, à une altitude de 1030 m et s’écoule sur environ 106 km, selon un axe est-ouest, pour se jeter dans le Rhône sur les communes de Livron et Loriol à une altitude de 86 m.
Draining most of western Russian, the Volga is the largest river in Europe. From its source in the Valdai Hills north east of Moscow the river flows east and south east to the Caspian Sea. A large number of tributaries make up the Volga river system the delta where the river enters the Caspian is composed of hundreds of channels and lies 28 m below sea level.