Hydropower at Jackson Lake Dam, Grand Teton National Park: Probabilities and Implications

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This report on the since-abandoned hydro project at Jackson Lake Dam examines the legal and policy limitations on building a hydro project in a National Park, as well as some implications of the project if it had been built as proposed.

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