Grand Teton National Park Report
The purpose of this three-year study is to describe, explain and predict changes in the geomorphology of the Snake River (from Jackson Lake Dam to Moose) and related changes in riparian vegetation due to Jackson Lake Dam and 1988 fires in the watershed. Specific objectives are to determine changes over time and space in: 1) sediment mobilization on hillslopes from rainsplash and overland flow; 2) sediment delivery to streams from slope failures; 3) equilibrium condition and relative stability of the Snake River; and 4) extent of various riparian vegetation communities in the Snake River floodplain.
Marston, Richard A.
"Changes in Geomorphic Processes in the Snake River Following Impoundment of Jackson Lake and Potential Changes Due to 1988 Fires in the Watershed ,"
University of Wyoming National Park Service Research Center Annual Report: Vol. 15
, Article 29.
Available at: https://repository.uwyo.edu/uwnpsrc_reports/vol15/iss1/29