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Colorado River floodwaters reach UMTRA site tailings pile is safe officials say
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Grand County UMTRA Liaison Lee Shenton noted that the pile itself is protected by a series of Omega Seamaster With Date
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The Colorado River Basin Forecast Center is projecting that river will crest at about 39,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) some time later this week. That compares to peak flows of nearly 49,000 cfs in 2011 the last Omega Seamaster Diver time that the river spilled onto the UMTRA site.
"The project hydrogeologist told me that that was actually part of the plan," Shenton said. "It doesn't create wetlands, but it creates a more natural floodplain."
The Colorado River overflowed its banks last week and crossed a cleaned up section of the Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action (UMTRA) site. But officials say that improvements to the property have kept floodwaters away from the tailings pile.
A 20 acre area along the river north of the Moab Wash was remediated in early 2011 after floodwaters spilled into that section of the former uranium mill site, raising concerns among some local citizens about the need for further flood protections. That site has since been recontoured to allow for more gradual flooding, which minimizes the river's erosive force, according to Shenton.
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