Welcome to the GCDAMP Administrative History

Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program

This website hosts an administrative history of the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program (GCDAMP).

Digital archive Learn more
Image Description

Integrate
quickly

Front lets you spend your development time on product improvements.

Image Description

Raphael Olston

Business
This program is considered to be one of the most successful examples of adaptive management in the nation.
What's included

Digital Archive

This archive includes government reports, oral history interviews and other relevant information about Colorado River law, environmental protection law, hydropower regulation, the GCES that served as a precursor to GCDAMP, and the activities of the AMWG, the TWG, and the USGS’s GCMRC.

Bootstrap 4 Grid

992px

Google Fonts
Poppins
Free Icons
FA Icon Set
Symbol overrides

Easily customizable

Oral Histories

Oral history interviews

Recordings of interviews are annotated, transcribed and timestamped.

Leslie James

Contributor

William "Bill" Persons

Contributor
Walters, Carl Profile Photo

Carl Walters

Contributor

Davis, William E. Oral History Interview

Contributor

Stakeholders

The GCDAMP is comprised of a variety of stakeholders with disparate interests in the resource. They range from federal and state agencies, Native American Indian Tribes, the Colorado River Basin States, electrical utility consortia, recreational groups, and environmental groups.

Federal and State Agencies
Native American Indian Tribes
Colorado River Basin States
Electrical Utility Consortia
Recreational Groups
Environmental Groups
Adaptive Management Work Group
Technical Work Group

Exhibits

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, at efficiantur consectetuer vis, duo no erat vivendum efficiantur, inani dicit nam ei.

Latest exhibits