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The Functional and Aesthetic Uses of Two Cache Valley, Utah, Canals

This report is a local supplement to a wider-focused report on multiple uses of irrigation canals (Kennedy and Unhanand, 1974), primarily concerned with recreational uses. Increasing magnitude and variety of use generated several use conflicts, and the need for a closer look at canal-oriented activities arose. The intent of the study is to show local residents and planning officials the present physical condition of local canals and canal corridors, their present multiple uses, the importance of Cache Valley irrigation canals as recreation systems, and some possible future canal use alternatives.

Identiferoai:union.ndltd.org:UTAHS/oai:digitalcommons.usu.edu:etd-3105
Date01 May 1975
CreatorsCulberson, James S.
PublisherDigitalCommons@USU
Source SetsUtah State University
Detected LanguageEnglish
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SourceAll Graduate Theses and Dissertations
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