Dinosaur National Monument

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Di′nosaur Na′tional Mon′ument

a national monument in NE Utah and NW Colorado: site of prehistoric animal fossils. 322 sq. mi. (834 sq. km).
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In 1962, Woodbury (1963) found that, with the exception of a few side streams and springs of fresh clear water, the algal, hydrophyte, and bryophyte flora of Dinosaur National Monument was notoriously poor, due, he speculated, to the annual spring flooding by the Green and Yampa rivers and the heavy sediment loads they carry.
The one-day and multiday voyages down the Green and Yampa Rivers through Dinosaur National Monument are among the best river trips in the West.
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We report a point-source outbreak of coccidioidomycosis among workers who participated in soil-disrupting activities at an archeological site in Dinosaur National Monument in northeastern Utah during June and July 2001.
Dinosaur National Monument is named for the treasure trove of well-preserved dinosaur skeletons found by a paleontologist commissioned by Andrew Carnegie.
com), the key subcontractor in a teaming arrangement with Advanced Solutions Group, was recently awarded the Dinosaur National Monument project located at the Quarry Visitor Center in Uintah County, Utah.
Northeastern Utah's dinosaur legacy comes to life at Dinosaur National Monument, where geological and climatic forces have tilted, warped, and eroded the earth's crust to reveal a treasure trove of fossils.
I often slept under the stars by night, and rode the rapids by day, navigating through parks like Dinosaur National Monument, Canyonlands, and the Grand Canyon.
Washington, March 2 (ANI): Scientists have discovered the remains of a new herbivorous sauropod dinosaur near the world-famous Carnegie Quarry in Dinosaur National Monument, US, which may help explain the evolution of the largest land animals ever to walk the earth.
Last verified captures of the bonytail occurred in the main stem of the Colorado River, Colorado, and the Green and lower Yampa rivers, Colorado and Utah, including reaches in Dinosaur National Monument (Vanicek and Kramer, 1969; Vanicek et al.
River rafting The Yampa is wonderful; it's mostly inside Dinosaur National Monument.