assessment of low flows in streams in northeastern Wyoming

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Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports [distributor] , Cheyenne, Wyo, Denver, Colo
Stream measurements -- Wy
Statementby G.W. Armentrout, Jr., and James F. Wilson, Jr
SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 85-4246
ContributionsWilson, James F. 1933-, Geological Survey (U.S.)
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Paginationiv, 30 p. :
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Open LibraryOL13610470M

Low flows were assessed and summarized in the following basins in northeastern Wyoming: Little Bighorn, Tongue, Powder, Little Missouri, Belle Fourche, Cheyenne, and Niobrara River, and about river miles of the North Platte River and its tributaries.

Only existing data from streamflow stations and miscellaneous observation sites during the period,were used. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Armentrout, G.W.

Assessment of low flows in streams in northeastern Wyoming. Cheyenne, Wyo.: Dept. of the Interior, U.S. The Program T&M Chapter 6 of Book 4, The National Streamflow Statistics Program: A Computer Program for Estimating Streamflow Statistics for Ungaged Sites; Alabama.

SIRMagnitude and frequency of floods for urban streams in Alabama, ; SIRMagnitude and Frequency of Floods in Alabama, ; SIRMagnitude and. Questions or concerns about USGS streamflow data in Wyoming and Montana can be directed to Kirk Miller ([email protected]; ).UPDATED October 1, USGS streamflow monitoring will continue at the following site effective October 1, Blacks Fork above Smiths Fork, near Lyman, WY ( to present); USGS monitoring.

the low-flow seasons of – Low-flow measurements at 63 partial-record and miscellaneous streamflow-measurement sites during surveys in –09 are used with concurrent flows at continuous streamflow-gaging stations (index sites) within the U.S.

Geological Survey network to estimate the low-flow metric QFile Size: 5MB. TECHNIQUES FOR ESTIMATING FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF WYOMING STREAMS By H.

Lowham U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Prepared in cooperation with the Wyoming Highway Department November Cited by: reliably used in Wyoming for trout standing stock gain or loss assessment associated with instream flow regime changes.

The HQI model includes nine attributes addressing biological, chemical, and physical aspects of trout habitat. Results are expressed in trout Habitat Units (HU's), where one HU is defined as the amount of. Enhancing Stream Flows in Wyoming I. Introduction Wyoming streams and rivers provide many important benefits including serving as sources of water for out-of-stream uses.

They also still support valuable fisheries, especially at higher elevations. In. The rule of thumb for habitat assessment applied in the Stream Habitat Assessment Protocols (SHAP) manual is 20 times the average water width with a.

Hydrogeology and simulation of water flow in strata above the Bearpaw Shale and equivalents of eastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming [W. Hotchkiss] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This beneficial use did not change Wyoming's longstanding, traditional water law system.

Instream flow designation was important because it meant for the first time in the State's history, water could be protected in streams for fish. Instream flows benefit the 41% of Wyoming residents who fish annually. in Wyoming may be appropriated for instream flows to maintain or improve existing fisheries and declared a beneficial use”.

To fishery managers who helped craft this legislation, the intent of the statute was to do more than simply protect enough flow to. Assessment of Stream Ecosystem Function and Sensitivity in the Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Management 40(2).

Analysis of low flows and selected methods for estimating low-flow characteristics at partial-record and ungaged stream sites in western Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report46 p. Wood, W. W., Eckardt, F., Kraemer, T. F., and Eng, K., Quantitative eolian transport of evaporite salts from the.

The magnitudes of annual low flows, variability of flows and the rate of streamflow depletion in the absence of rain, duration of continuous low-flow events, relative contribution of low flows to the total streamfow hydrograph are a few of the widely used characteristics which are dealt with in low-flow hydrology in a variety of by: An Ecological Assessment of USEPA Region 8 Streams and Rivers Table of Contents Participants ii Executive Summary v Introduction 1 Colorado 18 Montana 38 North Dakota 62 South Dakota 84 Utah 96 Wyoming Middle Rocky Mountains Northwestern Great Plains Northern Cultivated Plains Upper Missouri River Basin EPA Region 8 Overall.

The Wyoming Stream Integrity Index (WSII) – Multimetric Indices for Assessment of Wadeable Streams and Large Rivers in Wyoming iii Figure 4 - UPGMA cluster analysis dendrogram that shows four biologically similar groups derived from the reference calibration dataset for cluster 1.

Numbers along the left side of the dendrogram refer to. WSP / Novitzki, R.

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The Assessment Unit is the fundamental unit used in the National Assessment Project for the assessment of undiscovered oil and gas resources. The Assessment Unit is defined within the conte Region 3: Great Lakes Region 1: North Atlantic-Appalachian Energy Resources Program Central Energy Resources Science Center Eastern Energy Resources Science.

Thermal Maturity Data Used for the Assessment of Gas Resources in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming: Usgs Open-File Report [V. Nuccio, T. Finn, R.

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Johnson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific organization created inand is part of the U.S.

: T. Finn. This report presents relations for estimating peak flows and mean annual flow characteristics are: (1) The Channel-geometry method, whereby flow characteristics are related to channel dimensions; and (2) the basin-characteristics method, whereby flow characteristics are related to physiographic and climatic features of the drainage basin.

_____Time-of-travel and reaeration data for seven small streams in Alabama, June to August U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report17 p. Harris, D.D.,Travel rates of water for selected streams in the Williamette River Basin, Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA, 2 sheets.

The Colorado River (Spanish: Río Colorado) is one of the principal rivers (along with the Rio Grande) in the Southwestern United States and northern 1,mile-long (2, km) river drains an expansive, arid watershed that encompasses parts of seven U.S.

states and two Mexican states. Starting in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado, the river flows generally ⁃ location: Rocky Mountains, Colorado, United States. Their two-phase bedload transport includes both equal mobility and differential movement.

During low flows small particles that are available on the stream bed are moved (Phase I). Bedload movement is supply-limited. Phase II occurs at higher flows after the armor layer has been disturbed and a whole range of particle sizes is being transported. WWRC Evaluation of Flow Duration Analysis to Establish Winter Instream Flow Standards for Wyoming Trout Streams.

Abstract The purpose of this project was to assess the use of hydrologic data and flow duration analysis in the establishment of winter instream flow standards for trout streams in Wyoming. The agency says streams and rivers where spring Chinook hold and stage through the summer are experiencing lower-than-normal stream flows.

Low stream flows decrease holding and staging refuges and. Water-Chemistry Data for Selected Springs, Geysers, and Streams in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, (USGS Open-File Report ) Results of weekly chemical and isotopic monitoring of selected springs in Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park during June-September, (USGS Open-File Report ).

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This beaver is the largest rodent in North America and competes with its Eurasian counterpart, the European beaver, for being the second-largest in the world, both following the South American European species is slightly larger on average but the American has a larger known maximum size.

Adults usually weigh from 11 to 32 kg (24 to 71 lb), with 20 kg (44 lb) being Class: Mammalia. The June peak flows of 15, ft³/s at Brady ft³/s near Grand Island were exceeded only four times sinceand had not been exceeded since Streamflows at the times of the surveys were low at Brady in andbut were above median October flow (table 1) at Grand Island.

Assessment of Aquatic Biological Condition Using WY RIVPACS with Comparisons to the Wyoming Stream Integrity Index (WSII) ii Table 3 – Mean O/E values, P-values and F-values for comparisons between bioregions for both reference. A HISTORY OF WATER LAW, WATER RIGHTS AND WATER DEVELOPMENT IN WYOMING TO Part I—The Territorial Years.

On J the Territory of Wyoming was created by the U.S. Congress partitioning off asquare mile rectangle at the southwestern edge of the huge Dakota Territory, together with some land segregated out of Nebraska, Idaho .EPA//R/ October ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM- SURFACE WATERS WESTERN PILOT STUDY: FIELD OPERATIONS MANUAL FOR WADEABLE STREAMS by David V.

Peck1, Alan.T. Herlihy2, Brian H. Hill3, Robert M. Hughes2, Philip R. Kaufmann1, Donald J. Klemm4, James M. Lazorchak4, Frank H. [email protected]{osti_, title = {Tongue River in Wyoming: a baseline fisheries assessment, Monarch to the state line}, author = {Wesche, T.A. and Johnson, L.S.}, abstractNote = {A baseline study of fish populations was conducted in northeastern Wyoming's Tongue River and Goose Creek as part of a research project on the ecological effects of a large surface coal mine near .