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USGS Water-Data Site Information for Wyoming

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Questions or concerns about USGS streamflow data in Wyoming and Montana can be directed to Kirk Miller (kmiller@usgs.gov; 307-775-9168).

UPDATED October 1, 2020: USGS current stream monitoring information will continue at the following sites with funding from partner agencies and USGS Cooperative Matching Funds: UPDATED July 12, 2020: USGS current streamflow monitoring information will be discontinued at the following sites effective August 1, 2020:
  • 06289600 West Pass Creek near Parkman, WY (37 yrs)
  • 06289820 East Pass Creek near Dayton, WY (37 yrs)
  • 06297500 Highline Ditch near Dayton, WY
  • 06311400 North Fork Powder River below Pass Creek near Mayoworth, WY (46 yrs)
  • 06392900 Beaver Creek at Mallo Camp near Four Corners, WY (37 yrs)
  • 06392950 Stockade Beaver Creek near Newcastle, WY (37 yrs)
  • 06429500 Cold Springs Creek at Buckhorn, WY (37 yrs)
USGS monitoring activities at these sites had been supported through June 30, 2020 with funding from our partner agency and USGS cooperative matching funds. Without funding from another partner, current water-resources information from these sites will no longer be available from the USGS. Historical data will continue to be available from USGS. Questions or concerns can be directed to Kirk Miller (kmiller@usgs.gov; 307-775-9168).

(22,896 sites)

Information for each site in the USGS data base can be retrieved for viewing and for download and import into other software, including GIS software. Includes links to all water data available for individual sites.

Introduction

The Site Inventory System contains and provides access to inventory information about sites at stream reaches, wells, test holes, springs, tunnels, drains, lakes, reservoirs, ponds, excavations, and water-use facilities. Site-level and time-series level revisions are also now available.

About 300 components make up the descriptive elements of the site inventory. The retrieval program can be used for retrieving information about sites in summary lists, in detailed tables, or a file suitable for input to other programs.