“Hydrology and fate on Great Salt Lake” and “Numbers and flow in the Great Lakes”



The Great Salt Lake and Utah's Water Resources, Proceedings of the First Annual Conference of the Utah Section of the American Water Resources Association, November 1972, Salt Lake City, Utah, 214 pp., 1973.

The theme of this symposium is stated, perhaps unintentionally, by one of the authors (D. L. Thompson), who said ‘Great Salt Lake is a victim of incredible bad luck in its physical characteristics, environmental setting, and political management.’ The 19 papers that make up the volume rather well document Thompson's evaluation.