Red dye study examines Yellowstone River flow

By Jason Stuart
Ranger-Review Staff Writer
The Yellowstone River turned red on Thursday downstream from Glendive, but it was no biblical plague invading the river, but rather an experiment conducted by government scientists in order to better understand the lower Yellowstone’s hydrology and specifically how larval fish drift through that section of the river.
The Ranger-Review Newspaper
Glendive, Montana
July 2017