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Yam•pa

(ˈyæm pə)
n.
a river in NW Colorado, flowing W into the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument. 250 mi. (402 km) long.
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The Jan Bishop Cancer Center at Yampa Valley Medical Center
Webster Jones of Steamboat Springs, to serve as a representative of the Yampa White Drainage Basin, and planning and development, reappointed.
Revenues last year were in six figures, with public and private partnerships in Metro Denver and rural Colorado locales such as Alamosa, Yampa Valley/Craig and parts of Boulder County.
The Yampa is the last major free-flowing river in the seven-state Colorado River Basin.
Using Colorado's Yampa River as his laboratory, avid paddleboarder Peter Hall designed an inflatable board that's also legit on the water.
Western Security has offered residential, ranch and commercial security services in Steamboat Spring and the Yampa Valley for over 30 years.
Anyway, a bunch of French dudes (aka "trappers") in the late 1820s traveling along the Yampa River in what is now Colorado heard a "chug chug" sound emanating from a natural mineral spring and promptly named the spot "Steamboat Springs.
Some of the more intriguing items on the auction block include a 4-day Yampa River Rafting Trip donated by O.
The demographic response of bank-dwelling beavers to flow regulation: a comparison on the Green and Yampa rivers.
For example, recent population estimates show that northern pike now outnumber the endangered Colorado pikeminnow three to one in the Yampa River.
I compared recent (1982-2011) patterns of productivity and developed models of the productivity-streamflow relationship for Fremont cottonwood in a floodplain stand on the relatively free-flowing Yampa River and a historically similar but now relictual stand on the highly regulated Green River in northwestern Colorado.