Researchers flock to Lower Dolores for ecological studies

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Researchers flock to Lower Dolores for ecological studies

Biologists will track the effects of larger flows through the Lower Dolores River
David Graf, a water specialist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, conducts a survey Monday in the Lower Dolores River. In the background, a kayaker takes advantage of boatable flows. Biologists will be studying the ecological benefits of a rare high-volume release from McPhee Dam this year.
David Graf, a water specialist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, prepares to take flow measurements on the Lower Dolores River.
Ryan Unterreiner, a water specialist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, participates in a survey of the Lower Dolores River.

Researchers flock to Lower Dolores for ecological studies

David Graf, a water specialist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, conducts a survey Monday in the Lower Dolores River. In the background, a kayaker takes advantage of boatable flows. Biologists will be studying the ecological benefits of a rare high-volume release from McPhee Dam this year.
David Graf, a water specialist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, prepares to take flow measurements on the Lower Dolores River.
Ryan Unterreiner, a water specialist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, participates in a survey of the Lower Dolores River.
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