Weber River


Also found in: Wikipedia.

We·ber River

 (wē′bər)
A river rising in northern Utah and flowing about 200 km (125 mi) generally northwest to join the Ogden River and empty into the Great Salt Lake.
References in periodicals archive ?
Affinity Sports Zone in Vernal and recreational company Barefoot Tubing, located on the Weber River, were among the first microloans awarded by UMLF through the SBA microloan designation.
We have also deployed PIT-tag antennas and detected PIT-tagged fish in the Weber River, Utah (Webber et al., 2012), at Razorback Bar (Webber and Beers, 2014), in a hatchery pond at Ouray National Fish Hatchery, Utah, in Brush Creek (a tributary to the Green River, Utah), in Douglas Creek (a tributary to the White River, Colorado), and in Johnson Bottoms (a Green River wetland on the Ouray National Wildlife Refuge, Utah).
have entered into a consent agreement in which Holcim will pay a $50,000 penalty for unpermitted discharges to the Weber River at the Devil's Slide Quarry in Morgan, Utah.
A month later, Oakley, Summit County, had to issue a similar order after its system was impacted by flooding of the Weber River. That order also was lifted relatively quickly, but the concern over contamination had city leaders asking for donations of bottled water.
Whitaker is in the process of installing a new treated water discharge line from the treatment plant to the Weber River.
In 2000, Jodi and Kevin Conatser entered the Weber River at a public access point in Morgan County and began floating down the river on a raft.
Come late spring and into the summer, you can cool your hiking-weary toes in these streams or watch kayakers and canoers lured by a watery playground developed for paddlers in the Weber River.
Two years ago, Whitham described similar results from an eight-year study conducted along the Weber River in northern Utah, where he compared concentrations of gall aphids among narrow-and broad-leafed cottonwoods and their hybrids.
Rivala, an 18 hole Golf Course (Round Valley Golf Course) and surrounding acreage, includes over 500 units of approved residential density and is a rare development opportunity with existing entitlements and amenities (over a mile of frontage on the Weber River and an operating Golf Course).
In Utah, Andreasen (1973) reported that portions of the Bear, Ogden, and Weber river drainages in the Bonneville Basin were occupied by bluehead suckers.
In June 2009, a follow-up inspection by UDEQ found that the facility was discharging stormwater and/or process water from the impoundment to the Weber River. Pollutants entering the river would have been minimized or prevented if the quarry had implemented adequate control measures as required by a permit.