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Water resources of Big Horn County, Wyoming
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Cheyenne, Wyo. (2617 E. Lincolnway, Suite B Cheyenne 82001-5662), Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Maria Plafcan, Earl W. Cassidy, and Myron L. Smalley ; prepared in cooperation with the Wyoming State Engineer.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey water-resources investigations report -- 93-4021., Water-resources investigations report -- 93-4021.|
|Contributions||Cassidy, Earl W., Smalley, Myron L., Wyoming. State Engineer"s Office., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 142 p. :|
|Number of Pages||142|
Elaine Harvey, Wyoming State Legislator from Lovell, and Big Horn County (WY) Commissioner Keith Grant distributed packets containing a variety of documents relating to the development and management of the Big Horn Reservoir. Map of Wyoming Snow Data Sites (PDF) Front | Back. #N#Snow Precipitation Update (WY) Sun, 01 Mar Historical Snow Precipitation Updates (WY) (current) Sun, 01 Mar Snow Precipitation Update (Surrounding States) Sun, 01 Mar Map of Percent of Average Snow Water Equivalent by Wyoming Basin. Sun, 01 Mar
USGS Water Resources Data Category: Geographic Big Horn County, Wyoming. Hydrologic Unit Code Latitude 44°45'31", Longitude °10'51" NAD Drainage a square miles. Contributing drainage a square . Geography. Big Horn is located on the eastern slope of the Big Horn Mountains along Little Goose Creek, a tributary of the Tongue elevation is 4, feet (1, m) above sea level. The location of the community is (, According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of square miles ( km²), all of it : Sheridan.
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Water resources of Big Horn County, Wyoming. [Maria Plafcan; Earl W Cassidy; Myron L Smalley; Wyoming. State Engineer's Office.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Water resources of Big Horn County, Wyoming by Maria Plafcan,U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] edition, in English. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Plafcan, Maria.
Water resources of Big Horn County, Wyoming. Cheyenne, Wyo. ( E. Lincolnway, Suite B Cheyenne Water resources of Big Horn County, Wyoming / by Maria Plafcan, Earl W. Cassidy, and Myron L.
Smalley ; prepared in cooperation with the Wyoming State Engineer. WATER RESOURCES OF BIG HORN COUNTY, WYOMING By Maria Plafcan, Earl W. Cassidy, and Myron L.
Smalley ABSTRACT Ground water in unconsolidated aquifers is the most reliable and accessible source of potable water in Big Horn County, Wyoming.
Well yields generally ranged from 25 to gal/min (gallonsAuthor: Maria Plafcan, Earl W. Cassidy, Myron L. Smalley. Buy Water resources of Big Horn County, Wyoming Wyoming book I /) by Plafcan, Maria (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Maria Plafcan. Wyoming's Surface Water Resources.
Compact Bear 1, Non-compacted Rivers Yellowstone 2, Not likely to be used in Wyoming because of location. Little Big HornLittle Misso Cheye Anticlines in the southern part of the Big Water resources of Big Horn County Basin, Wyoming, a preliminary report on the occurrence of oil, by D.F.
Hewett and C.T. Lupton. [Includes a brief section on availability of surface water and shallow ground water in the Basin, p. ; and detailed discussion of availability of water supplies for drilling and (or.
Big Horn County, Wyoming is located in the northern part of Wyoming's Big Horn basin. Big Horn County was created from parcels taken from Johnson, Fremont, and Sheridan counties, and was organized in The principal industries in Big Horn County are gas and oil development, bentonite mining, farming, ranching, and tourism.
Primary Role: Data Collection, Water Resources Planning Big Horn River near Worland generation Civil Engineenng and Land Surveying firm located in the Big Horn Basin, Washakie County, Wyoming Since beginning inwe have designed and supavised the construction of most of the water systems and irrigation works in this part of Wyoming.
Inthe entire Bighorn Basin in Wyoming Territory was part of Sweetwater County. Inthe northern part of Sweetwater County, including the basin, split off to become Fremont County. Big Horn County peeled off inPark County in and Washakie County and Hot Springs County followed in As population in the basin grew, more counties were proposed, and eventually the original Big Horn County was divided into Park County on the west, organized inand Hot Springs and Washakie counties to the south, both organized in Thus, present-day Big Horn County is approximately 1, acres, less than a fourth of its original size.
The Association was formed in to build, maintain and operate an irrigation water storage facility referred to as the Dull Knife Dam (“Dam”), located in Johnson County, on the main stem of the North Fork of the Powder River in the Big Horn Mountains, Sect 22 Township 47 North, Range 85 West.
The Association owns the Dam. These agencies serve important roles in the management of Wyoming’s water resources. Any events–changes in climate, drought, vegetation change, fires, insect outbreaks–that impact our mountain watersheds will have major consequences for all Wyoming water users and water users downstream.
Wyoming is the fifth driest state in the United States. Big Horn County, Wyoming is located in the northern part of Wyoming's Big Horn basin.
Big Horn County was created from parcels taken from Johnson, Fremont, and Sheridan counties, and was organized in USGS INFORMAL BOOK AND MAP SERIES Water-Resources Investigations Reports (WRI, WRI/OFR, & WRIR—variations of the same series) The WRI numbered series was begun during Prior tomost interpretive water-resources reports were published as Water-Supply Papers, Circulars, or unnumbered open-file reports.
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Card Catalog. Search Databases. My Account ~ Library Hours ~. Books and Open-File Reports Section BoxFederal Center Building Water resources of Big Horn County, Wyoming (WY ). 81 Trace elements in water, soil, and rocks of the Kendrick contribute to the understanding of Wyoming's water resources by monitoring and appraising the water resources of the State.
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Monday - Friday - Cloud Libraries for WY. Overdrive E-books for WY. LITTLE BIG HORN. Chen and Associates. Reconnaissance Level Investigation for two Proposed Dam Sites and a Proposed Water Diversion Tunnel Alignment Located in the Big Horn Mountains about 36 miles Northwest of Sheridan, Wyoming, Decem Wyoming Water Development Commission.
Report to the Governor, Little Big Horn Project, September.Western Water Consultants, Final Report on Drilling and Testing Madison #1 Well for the Town of Cowley, Big Horn County, Wyoming, Oct, (24, kb) Morrison-Maierle, Inc., Town of Cowley Water Master Plan Study, Final Report, Sep, (21, kb).The Montana Water Resources Survey is a comprehensive county by county assessment of Montana’s historical water use.
This data was collected and published from thru by the State Engineers Office and from thru by the Water Conservation Board.