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Grand Canyon Monitoring and Reseach Center scientists produce fact sheets that summarize decades of research. Click on the title of these fact sheets to get the PDF version.

GCMRC Fact Sheets:

Managing Sand Along the Colorado River to Protect Cultural Sites Downstream of Glen Canyon Dam

Effects of water temperature, turbidity, and rainbow trought on humpback chub population dynamics

Water clarity of the Colorado River - Implications for food webs and fish communities

Nearshore temperature findings for the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona: possible implications for native fish

A Dryland River Transformed—The Little Colorado, 1936–2010

A sand budget for Marble Canyon, Arizona: implications for long-term monitoring of sand storage change

Native and nonnative fish populations of the Colorado River are food limited--evidence from new food web analysis

Three experimental high-flow releases from Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona - effects on the downstream Colorado River ecosystem

The effects of Glen Canyon Dam operations on early life stages of rainbow trout in the Colorado River

Status and trends of resouces below Glen Canyon Dam update - 2009

Status and trends of the Grand Canyon population of humpback chub

Science activities associate with proposed 2008 high-flow experiment at Glen Canyon Dam

Grand Canyon humpback chub population improving

Research furthers conservation of Grand Canyon sandbars

Climatic Fluctuations, Drought, and Flow in the Colorado River Basin

Sediment Delivery By Ungaged Tributaries Of The Colorado River In Grand Canyon

Monitoring Of Coarse Sediment Inputs To The Colorado River In Grand Canyon

Underwater Microscope System

The Colorado River in Grand Canyon: How Fast Does It Flow?

Controlled Flooding of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon: the Rationale and Data-Collection Planned