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Current and Historical Water Conditions

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Real-Time Streamflow: Wyoming || Montana

Real-Time Groundwater: Wyoming || Montana

Real-Time Water Quality: Wyoming || Montana

Surface-Water Data: Wyoming || Montana

Groundwater Data: Wyoming || Montana

Water-Quality Data Wyoming || Montana

Using Geospatial Analyses to Understand Hydrologic Systems

Using Geospatial Analyses to Understand Hydrologic Systems

Geospatial data, such as remote sensing images and map based information, provide an opportunity to evaluate hydrologic systems with a spatially continuous data set.

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USGS WaterWatch

USGS WaterWatch

WaterWatch is a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) World Wide Web site that displays maps, graphs, and tables describing real-time, recent, and past streamflow conditions for the United States.

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StreamStats in Montana

StreamStats in Montana

StreamStats is a Web-based geographic information system (GIS) application created by the USGS to provide users with access to an assortment of data and analytical tools. StreamStats provides streamflow and basin characteristics for USGS sites.

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Date published: September 5, 2016

Potential Effects of Climate Change on Streamflow in Eastern and Central Montana - PRMS Model Input and Output (2013–2014 Analyses)

These model output data are provided to accompany the forthcoming journal article Potential Effects of Climate Change on Streamflow for Seven Watersheds in Eastern and Central Montana.

Date published: September 1, 2016

Estimated Nitrogen Input to Fish Creek Watershed, Teton County, Wyoming

Nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, are essential for plant and animal growth and nourishment, but the overabundance of bioavailable nitrogen and phosphorus in water can cause adverse health and ecological effects. It is generally accepted that major increases in the primary production of surface-water bodies due to high inputs of nutrients is now the most important polluting effect...

Date published: September 1, 2016

Estimated Phosphorus Input to Fish Creek Watershed, Teton County, Wyoming

Nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, are essential for plant and animal growth and nourishment, but the overabundance of bioavailable nitrogen and phosphorus in water can cause adverse health and ecological effects. It is generally accepted that major increases in the primary production of surface-water bodies due to high inputs of nutrients is now the most important polluting effect...

Date published: January 1, 2016

Potential Effects of Climate Change on Streamflow in Eastern and Central Montana - PRMS Model Input and Output (2013–2014 Analyses)

Fish in Northern Great Plains streams evolved to survive heat, cold, floods and drought; however changes in streamflow associated with long-term climate change may render some prairie streams uninhabitable for current fish species. To better understand future hydrology of these prairie streams, the Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) model and output from the RegCM3 Regional C

Date published: January 1, 2016

Potential Effects of Climate Change on Streamflow in Eastern and Central Montana - PRMS Model Input and Output (2013–2014 Analyses)

Fish in Northern Great Plains streams evolved to survive heat, cold, floods and drought; however changes in streamflow associated with long-term climate change may render some prairie streams uninhabitable for current fish species. To better understand future hydrology of these prairie streams, the Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) model and output from the RegCM3 Regional Climate...

Date published: January 1, 2016

Appendix 1. Sources, values, and ranges for selected Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System parameters for the O'Fallon, Redwater, Little Dry, Middle Musselshell, Judith, Cottonwood Creek, and Belt watersheds in eastern and central Monta

The Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) was used to produce simulations of streamflow for seven watersheds in eastern and central Montana for a baseline period (water years 1982-1999) and three future periods (water years 2021-2038, 2046-2063, and 2071-2038). The seven areas that were modeled are the O'Fallon, Redwater, Little Dry, Middle Musselshell, Judith, C

Date published: April 28, 2014

GIS Features of the Geospatial Fabric for National Hydrologic Modeling

The Geopspatial Fabric provides a consistent, documented, and topologically connected set of spatial features that create an abstracted stream/basin network of features useful for hydrologic modeling.The GIS vector features contained in this Geospatial Fabric (GF) data set cover the lower 48 U.S. states, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Four GIS feature classes are provided for each Region