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|Statement||by L.R. Larson and Everett A. Zimmerman|
|Series||Water-resources investigations -- 80-85|
|Contributions||Zimmerman, Everett A., 1927-, Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
Download Water resources of Upper Separation Creek Basin, south-central Wyoming
WATER RESOURCES OF UPPER SEPARATION CREEK BASIN, SOUTH-CENTRAL WYOMING By L. Larson and Everett A. Zimmerman ABSTRACT Upper Separation Creek basin is an area of 85 square miles in south- central Wyoming where uses of land have been mainly for grazing of livestock, hunting, and exploring for oil and gas.
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Geology and Ground- Water Resources of the Upper Lodgepole Creek Drainage Basin,Wyoming By L. BJORKLUND With a section on CHEMICAL QUALITY OF THE WATER By R. KRIEGER and E. JOCHENS GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER Prepared as part of the program of the Department of the Interior for theAuthor: Louis Jay Bjorklund, R.A.
Krieger, E.R. Jochens. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS BY U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY AUTHORS ABOUT THE WATER RESOURCES OF WYOMING: SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING [Green River, Great Divide, & Bear River Basins] Larson, L.R., and Zimmerman, E.A.,Water resources of upper Separation Creek basin, south-central Wyoming: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations69 p. WYOMING'S WATER RESOURCES WYOMING WATER BASINS. Wyoming is situated astride the Continental Divide, and as a result provides the headwaters for four major river basins in the western United States.
These major river basins are the Missouri-Mississippi, Green-Colorado, Snake-Columbia, and Great Salt Lake. Environmental and Recreational Water Use Analysis for the Bear River Basin, Wyoming Bear River Basin Plan Update Prepared for: Wyoming Water Development Commission Yellowstone Rd Cheyenne, Wyoming Prepared by: Western EcoSystems Technology, Inc.
17th St., Suite Cheyenne, Wyoming September 1, File Size: 3MB. Attribution: Water Resources, Groundwater and Streamflow Information Program, Region 1: North Atlantic-Appalachian, Region 2: South Atlantic-Gulf (Includes Puerto Rico and the U.S.
Virgin Islands), Region 3: Great Lakes, Region 4: Mississippi Basin, Region 5: Missouri Basin, Region 6: Arkansas-Rio Grande-Texas-Gulf, Region 7: Upper Colorado. Water Resources Region 3: Great Lakes Region 5: Missouri Basin Region 6: Arkansas-Rio Grande-Texas-Gulf Region 9: Columbia-Pacific Northwest Region 2: South Atlantic-Gulf (Includes Puerto Rico and the U.S.
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Water Resources Data System Library Wyoming Water Development Commission Watershed Studies. The purpose of the Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) Small Water Project Program (SWPP) is to participate with land management agencies and sponsoring entities in providing incentives for improving watershed condition and function.
Sage Creek Basin, Wyoming. Daily Archive Values (one value per day for the last five days of record) Sage Creek Basin, Wyoming. Plots of Daily Archive Data Since the Beginning of the Water Year. MM Daily Mean Air Temperature (degrees F) MN Daily Minimum Air Temperature (degrees F) MX Daily Maximum Air Temperature (degrees F).
Water Quality Assessment and Impaired Waters List ( Integrated (b) and (d) Report) Prepared by: Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality.
Water Quality Division. Watershed Section. 24th St. Herschler Building 4-W. Cheyenne, WY () [email protected] Document #File Size: 9MB. Setting. This ecoregion is located almost entirely within the western and central portions of the US state of Wyoming, but does extend minimally into southeastern Idaho, south-central Montana, north-central Utah and northwestern is located within multiple high altitude intermontane basins largely surrounded by various subranges of the Rocky : Deserts and xeric shrublands.
Prepared for Wyoming Water Development Commission, Granger Water Supply Project, Phase I Report, by ARIX Corporation, Map marked J Irrigated Acreage Summary by Quadrangle Wyoming's Green River Basin, by M.T. O'Grady, Wyoming Water Development Commission, February Muddy Creek watershed is located in south-central Wyoming in the upper Colorado River Basin.
Muddy Creek originates at 2 m above mean sea level (amsl) along the western slope of the continental divide foothills along the northern flank of the Sierra Madre by: Plate 4 (Central) - Sheet 2 of 3 (pdf) Isohyetal map of Uper Colorado River basin showing average annual precipitation.
Plate 4 (South) - Sheet 3 of 3 (pdf) Isohyetal map of Uper Colorado River basin showing average annual precipitation. Water Resources Data for Colorado, Water Year Volume 2.
Colorado River basin R.M. Crowfoot, J.W. Unruh, G.F. Ritz, R.W. Boulger, and G.B. O’Neill U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division BoxMail Stop Denver Federal Center Lakewood, CO USGS-WDR-CO U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division Box Hydrogeologic framework, groundwater and surface-water systems, land use, pumpage, and water budget of the Chamokane Creek basin, Stevens County, Washington by: Kahle, S.
Published: (). Water Quality of the Snake River and Five Eastern Tributaries in the Upper Snake River Basin, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, (USGS Scientific Investigations Report ) South-Central Colorado (USGS Fact Sheet ) (*) Water resources of Teton County, Wyoming. Sage Creek Basin is a depression in Wyoming and has an elevation of feet.
Sage Creek Basin from Mapcarta, the free map. The Colorado River basin showing the upper and lower basins Summary Illustration showing the upper and lower basins of the Colorado River as they extend across portions of the states of Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California.
A summary outline of those most dedicated to additional development of water resources includes: Person, H.T., Lee, C.A., and Moir, C.D., Workers on WPA Project 65_83_, February"Report on Water Resources of Colorado River Basin in Wyoming (Green River and Little Snake River)," Wyoming State Engineer's Office.
Powder River Basin Resource Council, Sheridan, WY. 1, likes 33 talking about this. Through member empowerment, strategic alliances, and a dedicated staff, we work to preserve Wyoming Followers: K. Water Resources Data Colorado Water Year Water-Data Report CO–97–2 Volume 2.
Colorado River Basin Water-resources data for Colorado for the water year consist of records of stage, discharge, and water quality Pole Creek at upper station near Tabernash (tc) The water resources analysis area consists of all WBD-defined Watersheds (5 th order, HUC10) with (excepting the Great Divide Closed Basin in south-central Wyoming), while the Great Basin Region is a closed drainage that never reaches an Closed Basin.
Upper Separation Creek. Mud Springs Lake. 05 File Size: 5MB.  The Upper Black Squirrel Creek Designated Ground Water Basin is located northeast of Colorado Springs at the southern end of the Denver Basin.
See "Aquifer Map of the Denver Basin, Plate 1," Division of Water Resources, State of Colorado. On May 1,the Commission entered an order designating the Upper Black Squirrel Basin.
The region considered comprises the Bighorn basin, a part of the Clark Fork basin, and the slopes of the adjoining mountain ranges, the entire area comprising 8, square miles. As shown on fig.
1, it is situated mainly in Bighorn County, in the northwestern part of Wyoming, and includes the greater portion of the area lying between meridians. Water Resources Commission, United States Forest Service, United States.
Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service, and United States. Soil Conservation Service (page images at HathiTrust) Summary report on the Upper Bear Creek experimental project [ to ] / (Knoxville, Tenn.
Title. Geology and water resources of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Fisher, Cassius A. (Cassius Asa), Type. Book Material. Insix U.S. states in the Colorado River basin signed the Colorado River Compact, which divided half of the river's flow to both the Upper Basin (the drainage area above Lee's Ferry, comprising parts of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming and a small portion of Arizona) and the Lower Basin (Arizona, California, Nevada, and parts of ⁃ location: Rocky Mountains, Colorado, United States.
Most of the collection relates to Ival Goslin's career in water resources, including documents from various employers throughout his career and his involvement with water organizations. Subjects relate to water resources in the Upper Colorado River Basin region, which includes Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.
Summary of the ground-water resources of the Laramie River drainage basin, Wyoming, and the North Platte River drainage basin from Douglas, Wyoming, to the Wyoming-Nebraska State line, by Edward Bradley. 11 p. Colorado, Wyoming Plan For River Water Share The Colorado River is arguably the most allocated river in the world.
Drought and climate change have left less water. The Water Resources Data System (WRDS) is a clearinghouse of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming.
WRDS is funded by the Wyoming Water Development Office and housed within the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering at the University of Wyoming.
WRDS serves as the Wyoming State Climate Office (SCO) and, as such, we provide a variety of services. The Yellowstone River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately miles (1, km) long, in the western United ered the principal tributary of the upper Missouri, the river and its tributaries drain a wide area stretching from the Rocky Mountains in the vicinity of Yellowstone National Park across the mountains and high plains of southern Montana and northern : Missouri River.
Bear Creek Upper Antelope Creek Lower Antelope Creek Little Thunder Creek Ninemile Creek Dry Fork Powder River Little Willow Creek Bitter DCreek Wild Horse Creek. The Platte River / p l æ t / is a major river in the state of Nebraska and is about mi ( km) long.
Measured to its farthest source via its tributary the North Platte River, it flows for over 1, miles (1, km).The Platte River is a tributary of the Missouri River, which itself is a tributary of the Mississippi River which flows to the Gulf of Mexico. Basin Recreation District #4, Basin, WY.
likes 3 talking about this. FIT IS NOT A DESTINATION. IT'S A WAY OF LIFE!5/5(5). 1/31/Introduced. Water Resources Development Act of - Title I - Directs the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, to obligate no sums in excess of those specified in this title for the combined purpose of the "Construction General" account and the "Flood Control, Mississippi River and Tributaries" account.The Upper Green River Basin is the headwaters for the Colorado River System and home to many bird and wildlife species with environmental and recreational significance.
In recent decades, the basin has experienced an energy boom from natural gas extraction and related residential growth. (Measure indefinitely postponed in Senate, H.R. 6 passed in lieu) Water Resources Development Act of - Title I - Directs the Secretary of the Army to obligate no sums in excess of those specified in this title for the combined purpose of the "Construction General" account and the "Flood Control, Mississippi River and Tributaries" account.