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Measuring water level in streambank piezometer nr Wind River at Kinnear
November 24, 2009

Measuring water level in streambank piezometer nr Wind Riv at Kinnear

Measuring water level in streambank piezometer nr Wind River at Kinnear

Well sampled to determine baseline pesticide concentrations in groundwater
May 11, 2009

Well sampled for baseline pesticide concentrations in groundwater

Well sampled to determine baseline pesticide concentrations in groundwater.

Workers access site at Divide Peak, Wyoming via snowmobile.
March 25, 2009

Workers access site at Divide Peak, Wyoming via snowmobile.

Workers access site at Divide Peak, Wyoming via snowmobile.

Worker in snowpack-sampling pit at Old Battle, Wyoming
March 24, 2009

Worker in snowpack-sampling pit at Old Battle, Wyoming

Worker in snowpack-sampling pit at Old Battle, Wyoming

National Atmospheric Deposition site near Gypsum Creek, Wyoming.
March 11, 2009

National Atmospheric Deposition site near Gypsum Creek, Wyoming.

National Atmospheric Deposition site near Gypsum Creek, Wyoming.

Buffalo on road to Canyon, Wyoming
February 18, 2009

Buffalo on road to Canyon, Wyoming

Buffalo on road to Canyon, Wyoming

Measuring streamflow in Fish Creek with large Cladophora growth
August 21, 2008

Measuring streamflow in Fish Creek with large Cladophora growth

Measuring streamflow in Fish Creek with large Cladophora growth

Upper Lebo Member of the Fort Union Formation near Gillette, Wyoming
June 30, 2006

Upper Lebo Member of the Fort Union Formation near Gillette, Wyoming

Upper Lebo Member of the Fort Union Formation. Photo taken fro the top of Cow Creek Buttes in the Burnt Hollow BLM recreation area about 20 miles northeast of Gillette, Wyoming.

Tamarisk growing along a river
April 22, 2006

A single species stand of nonnative tamarisk

Single species stand of nonnative tamarisk on the Lower Colorado River at Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, California