Looking at the maps, I'd say that the Vernal area is buggered: total capture by O&G forces. On the ground, this means that virtually everything north of Nine Mile Creek (the first drainage on the right below the Sand Wash put-in) is open for leasing with standard stipulations: Drill, Baby, Drill. So those spills, drilling fluids, condensate, surface run-off, and whatever nasty shit will end up in the Green River near the put-in and above.
The boundary between the Vernal and Price areas (roughly Nine Mile Canyon, which you drive through if you shuttle a car from Sand Wash to Swasey's) is basically open with timing stipulations. (Anyone who's dealt with BLM knows that once the plan is approved, they waive stipulations at the drop of a corporate cap.)
What really makes me feel like thumping bureacratic ass is that they used green
for the area open to drilling and jet black
to indicate the area allowed to remain in something resembling a natural state: closed to drilling but open to boating, wildlife, vegetation, etc.
I studied cartography and have made maps such as this. The perversity of that color choice pretty much sums up what's wrong with the BLM.