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Assessment of low flows in streams in northeastern Wyoming

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        StatementDept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
        PublishersDept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
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        LC Classifications1987
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        Paginationxvi, 56 p. :
        Number of Pages67
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        ISBN 10nodata
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A guidebook for integrated ecological assessments. Most watersheds on the Bighorn National Forest are sensitive to alterations in water supply because of the relatively small size of streams. Geological Survey USGS 28-day streamflow percentiles Figure 4 indicate many streams across the region are much below normal less than the 10th percentile —especially the USGS Hydro-Climatic Data Network HCDN gages Figure 4: top panela subset of USGS streamgages where streamflow conditions primarily reflect climatic variations and not human diversions.

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An assessment of low flows in streams in northeastern Wyoming

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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.

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