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Wading slush to measure streamflow, S Fk Shoshone abv Buffalo Bill Res
January 26, 2018

Wading slush to measure streamflow, S Fk Shoshone abv Buffalo Bill Res

Wading slush to measure streamflow, S Fk Shoshone abv Buffalo Bill Res

Measuring streamflow under ice, Bighorn River near Basin
January 24, 2018

Measuring streamflow under ice, Bighorn River near Basin

Measuring streamflow under ice, Bighorn River near Basin

Measuring streamflow through augered holes, North Platte nr Northgate
January 17, 2018

Measuring streamflow through augered holes, North Platte nr Northgate

Measuring streamflow through augered holes, North Platte nr Northgate

Measuring streamflow, Fontenelle Creek
January 17, 2018

Measuring streamflow, Fontenelle Creek

Measuring streamflow, Fontenelle Creek

Auguring holes to measure streamflow, Blacks Fork Robertson
January 10, 2018

Auguring holes to measure streamflow, Blacks Fork Robertson

Auguring holes to measure streamflow, Blacks Fork Robertson 

Chopping ice to create open channel to measure streamflow, Blacks Fk
January 10, 2018

Chopping ice to create open channel to measure streamflow, Blacks Fk

Chopping ice to create open channel to measure streamflow, Blacks Fk

Measuring streamflow, Yellowstone River at Lake Outlet
January 9, 2018

Measuring streamflow, Yellowstone River at Lake Outlet

Measuring streamflow, Yellowstone River at Lake Outlet

Snowmibiles needed to get to Blackrock Creek streamgage
January 4, 2018

Snowmibiles needed to get to Blackrock Creek streamgage

Snowmibiles needed to get to Blackrock Creek streamgage

Jackson Hole Airport groundwater study area map
December 31, 2017

Jackson Hole Airport groundwater study area map

Jackson Hole Airport groundwater study area map

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USGS
May 15, 2007

More than 140 researchers, resource managers, policy makers, and citizens from Wyoming and beyond are expected in Laramie on May 15-17, 2007, for the Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative (WLCI) Science Workshop.

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May 4, 2006

One of every four fishes in streams of 12 western states is non-native, according to a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) study published in November 2005 in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 

USGS
May 4, 2006

One of every four fishes in streams of 12 western states is non-native, according to a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) study published in November 2005 in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management. And, researchers found, it´s not just that there are a lot of non-native fishes but they are also widespread...

USGS
August 1, 2005

In its latest report on water use in the United States, the USGS looked at the nation's dependence on ground water. The report entitled Estimated Withdrawals from Principal Aquifers in the United States, 2000, provides details of ground-water withdrawals and use from principal aquifers in each state.

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April 29, 2005

Reston, VA – The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) today released the first ever comprehensive and systematic review of the 169 U.S. volcanoes and established a framework for a National Volcano Early Warning System (NVEWS) which calls for a 24-hour seven-day-a-week Volcano Watch Office and enhanced instrumentation and monitoring at targeted volcanoes.

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April 8, 2005

Another Great Earthquake in the Indian Ocean, but What About the Tsunami?

Steam Explosions, Earthquakes, and Volcanic Eruptions--What’s in Yellowstone’s Future?

Radio-Monitored Salmon Shed Light on Snake River for Water Managers

Itching to Know More About America’s Modern Gold Rush?

Hazards and Cooperation Spawn New Uses for Geospatial Information

 

Yellowstone Caldera 1996-2000 InSAR image, uplift in black box....
June 28, 2004

Satellite-based surveying techniques (InSAR) allow scientists to view changes to the ground surface at Yellowstone. For more information see the Tracking Changes in Yellowstone's Restless Volcanic System fact sheet.

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June 22, 2004

Trace amounts of pesticides or volative organic compounds (VOCs) were detected in ground water sampled from public-supply wells in Salt Lake Valley if the age of the sampled water was less than about 50 years, according to a report recently released by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

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June 22, 2004

A 5-year study by the U.S. Geological Survey on the occurrence and distribution of trace elements and synthetic organic compounds in sediment and fish from the Great Salt Lake Basin area of Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming found that trace elements were elevated in areas affected by historic mining, and organic compounds were highest at sites with urban and agricultural land use.

USGS
June 22, 2004

Water samples collected by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in areas surrounding the Great Salt Lake in parts of Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming generally meet existing guidelines for drinking water and the protection of aquatic life, although water quality in some specific areas have elevated concentrations of pesticides...

USGS
June 22, 2004

Trace amounts of pesticides or volative organic compounds (VOCs) were detected in ground water sampled from public-supply wells in Salt Lake Valley if the age of the sampled water was less than about 50 years, according to a report recently released by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

USGS
June 22, 2004

A 5-year study by the U.S. Geological Survey on the occurrence and distribution of trace elements and synthetic organic compounds in sediment and fish from the Great Salt Lake Basin area of Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming found that trace elements were elevated in areas affected by historic mining, and organic compounds were highest at sites with urban and agricultural land use.