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Confluence of New Fork (foreground) and Green Rivers
September 25, 2014

Confluence of New Fork (foreground) and Green Rivers

Confluence of New Fork (foreground) and Green Rivers

Installing stream thermistor at New Fork Groundwater Streamgage
September 25, 2014

Installing stream thermistor at New Fork Groundwater Streamgage

Installing stream thermistor at New Fork Groundwater Streamgage

Little Powder River above Dry Week, near Weston, Wyoming
July 14, 2014

Little Powder River above Dry Week, near Weston, Wyoming

Little Powder River above Dry Week, near Weston, Wyoming

Flowing well used for stock water, Green River Basin
July 10, 2014

Flowing well used for stock water, Green River Basin

Flowing well used for stock water, Green River Basin

Beryl Spring's boiling blue pool. Yellowstone
June 10, 2014

Blue pool of boiling water at Beryl Springs, Yellowstone National Park

Beryl Spring's strongly boiling blue pool is about 8 m (25 ft) wide and contains high-chloride liquid water with a near-neutral pH. Immediately behind the pool is a loud, hissing fumarole producing a white cloud of steam. USGS Photo by Pat Shanks, 2002.

Wind turbines in Wyoming.
June 10, 2014

Wind turbines in Wyoming.

Wind turbines working in Wyoming. 

Looking upstream from bridge, Tongue river, Monarch
June 4, 2014

Looking upstream from bridge, Tongue river, Monarch

Looking upstream from bridge, Tongue river, Monarch

Ice jam, Powder River near Arvada (06317000)
March 8, 2014

Ice jam, Powder River near Arvada (06317000)

Ice jam, Powder River near Arvada (06317000)