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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS BY U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY AUTHORS ABOUT THE WATER RESOURCES OF WYOMING

 

OUTSIDE PUBLICATIONS

Publications of Wyoming State Agencies ("State Reports")

Wyoming Department of Economic Planning and Development Reports

[Unnumbered]  Chemical quality of water in southeastern Wyoming, by U.S. Geological Survey.  1971.  68 p.
[Also published as U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 71-298]

[Unnumbered]  Chemical analyses of ground water in the Powder River basin and adjacent areas, northeastern Wyoming, by W.G. Hodson.  1971. 20 p.

[Unnumbered]  Chemical analyses of ground water in the Bighorn Basin, northwestern Wyoming, by M.E. Lowry, and G.C. Lines.  1972. 16 p.


Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Report

[Unnumbered]  Traveltime and reaeration coefficients for the North Platte River, Casper to Orin, Wyoming, by J.G. Rankl, U.S. Geological Survey, and M.A. Carnevale, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality.  1989. 34 p.


Wyoming Highway Department Report (now, Wyoming Department of Transportation)

[Unnumbered]  Floodflow characteristics of Wyoming streams— A compilation of previous investigations, by S.A. Druse, H.W. Lowham, and M.E. Cooley, U.S. Geological Survey, and A.M. Wacker, Wyoming Highway Department.  1988.  9 sections with separate pagination.
[See annotation]

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Wyoming State Engineer's Office Reports

[Unnumbered]  Records of water wells, springs, oil- and gas-test holes, and chemical analyses of water for the Madison Limestone and equivalent rocks in the Powder River Basin and adjacent areas, northeastern Wyoming, by W.G. Hodson.  1974.  27 p.

Biennial Reports of the State Engineer to the Governor of Wyoming

Twenty-sixth, 1941-1942. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by F.C. Foley, T.W. Robinson, A.M. Morgan, and J.B. Graham, p. 41-49; and Supplement "B," Surface waters of Wyoming during 1941 and 1942—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer, by Robert Follansbee, 146 p.

Twenty-seventh, 1943-1944. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by A.M. Morgan, p. 43-49; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1943 and 1944—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer, by Robert Follansbee, 144 p..

Twenty-eighth, 1945-1946. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by D.A. Warner, p. 103-110; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1945 and 1946—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer and the State Planning and Water Conservation Board, by Robert Follansbee, 154 p.

Twenty-ninth, 1947-1948. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by C.C. Williams and R.T. Littleton, p. 62-65; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1947 and 1948—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer and the State Planning and Water Conservation Board, by F.M. Bell, 24 p.

Thirtieth, 1949-1950. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by R.T. Littleton and H.M. Babcock, p. 55-56; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1949 and 1950—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer and the State Planning and Water Conservation Board, by F.M. Bell, 31 p.

Thirty-first, 1951-1952. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by H.M. Babcock, p. 45-47; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1951 and 1952—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer, by F.M. Bell, 33 p.
[First mention of surface-water-quality investigations]

Thirty-second, 1953-1954. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by H.M. Babcock, p. 54-55; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1953 and 1954—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer, by F.M. Bell, with a section on Chemical quality and sedimentation investigations, by P.C. Benedict. 35 p.

Thirty-third, 1955-1956. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by H.M. Babcock, p. 68-69; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1955 and 1956&#nbsp;Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer, by F.M. Bell, with a section on Chemical quality and sedimentation investigations, by P.C. Benedict, 38 p.

Thirty-fourth, 1957-1958. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by E.D. Gordon, p. 64-69; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1957 and 1958—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer, by W.T. Miller, with a section on Chemical quality of water and sedimentation investigations in Wyoming, by T.F. Hanly, 36 p.

Thirty-fifth, 1959-1960. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by E.D. Gordon, p. 77-82; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1959 and 1960—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer, by W.T. Miller, with a section on Quality of water investigations in Wyoming, by T.F. Hanly, 35 p.

Thirty-sixth, 1961-1962. Contains: Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by E.D. Gordon, p. 105-115; and Supplement “B,” Surface waters of Wyoming during 1961 and 1962—Results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the State Engineer, prepared under the direction of W.T. Miller, L.A. Wiard, and T.F. Hanly, 44 p.
[Last report to include streamflow-gaging-station data]

Thirty-seventh, 1963-1964. Contains: Cooperative surface-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming during 1963 and 1964, by L.A. Wiard, p. 82-89; Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming during 1963 and 1964, by E.D. Gordon, p. 90-99; and Water quality records—Quality of water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, by T.F. Hanly, p. 100-106.

Thirty-eighth, 1965-1966. Contains: Cooperative surface-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming during 1965 and 1966, by L.A. Wiard, p. 78-87; Cooperative ground-water investigations [of the U.S. Geological Survey] in Wyoming, 1965-66, by E.D. Gordon, p. 88-98; and Water quality records [of the U.S. Geological Survey for Wyoming], by T.F. Hanly, p. 99-104.

Thirty-ninth, 1967-1968. Contains: Water-resources investigations in Wyoming in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey, October 1, 1966–September 30, 1968, by U.S. Geological Survey, p. 92-113.

Fortieth, 1969-1970. Contains: Activities of the U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Division, in Wyoming, October 1, 1968, [through] September 30, 1970, by R.L. Cushman, p. 105-124.

Forty-first, 1970-1972. Contains: Activities of the U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Division, in Wyoming, October 1, 1970 - September 30, 1972, by R.L. Cushman, p. 94-108.
[Last article about USGS cooperative investigations in Wyoming]

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Wyoming Water Planning Program Reports

No. 8.   Logs of wells in Campbell County, by W.G. Hodson.  1971.  210 p.

No. 13.   Records of ground-water levels in Wyoming, 1940-1971, by B.H. Ringen.  1973.  479 p.

No. 13, Supplement no. 1.   Ground-water levels in Wyoming, 1972-1973, by B.H. Ringen.  1974.  158 p.

No. 14.   Discharge measurements and chemical analyses of water in northwestern Wyoming, by E.R. Cox.  1975.  21 p.

No. 15.   Temperatures of Wyoming streams, by H.W. Lowham, J.E. Kircher, and F.C. Boner.  1975.  115 p.

No. 17. Rainfall and runoff data from small basins in Wyoming, by J.G. Rankl, and D.S. Barker.  1977.  195 p.
[See annotation]

No. 18.   Chemical analyses of water from the Minnelusa Formation and equivalents in the Powder River basin and adjacent areas, northeastern Wyoming, by D.K. Wells, J.F. Busby, and K.C. Glover.  1979.  27 p.
[Also published as U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 79-222]


Scientific Journals, Books, and Theses

Andrews, E.D., 1979, Hydraulic adjustment of the East Fork River, Wyoming, to the supply of sediment, in Rhodes, D.D., and Williams, G.P., editors, Adjustments of the fluvial system: Dubuque, Iowa, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., p. 69-94.

Andrews, E.D., 1981, Measurement and computation of bed-material discharge in a shallow sand-bed stream, Muddy Creek, Wyoming: Water Resources Research, v. 17, no. 1, p. 131-141.

Bredehoeft, J.D., Belitz, K., and Sharp-Hansen, S., 1992, The hydrodynamics of the Big Horn basin: A study of the role of faults: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 76, no. 4, p. 530-546.

Clark, G.M., 1997, Occurrence and flux of selected pesticides in surface water of the upper Snake River basin, Idaho and western Wyoming: Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, v. 52, no. 5, p. 381-388.

Cooley, R.L., Konikow, L.F., and Naff, R.L., 1986, Nonlinear-regression groundwater flow modeling of a deep aquifer system: Water Resources Research, v. 22, no. 13, p. 1759-1778.

Crawford, J.G., 1940, Oil-field waters of Wyoming and their relation to geological formations: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 24, no. 7, p. 1214-1329.

Darton, N.H., 1906, The hot springs of Thermopolis, Wyoming: Journal of Geology, v. 14, no. 3, p. 194-200.

Darton, N.H., 1920, Geysers of Yellowstone National Park: Geologische Charakterbilder, Heft 23 (quarto), Berlin, 8 p., 6 pl.

Dennehy, K.F., Litke, D.W., and McMahon, P.B., 2002, The High Plains Aquifer, USA: Groundwater development and sustainability, in Hiscock, K.M., Rivett, M.O., and Davison, R.M. (eds.), Sustainable groundwater development: The Geological Society of London Special Publications, v. 193, p. 99-119.

Fix, P.F., 1949, Regularity of Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: American Journal of Science, v. 247, no. 4, p. 246-256.

Fournier, R.O., and Rowe, J.J., 1966, Estimation of underground temperatures from the silica content of water from hot springs and wet-steam wells: American Journal of Science, v. 264, p. 685-697.

Friedman, Irving, and Norton, D.R., 1990, Anomalous chloride flux discharges from Yellowstone National Park: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 42, p. 225-234.

Heiny, J.S., and Tate, C.M., 1997, Concentration, distribution, and comparison of selected trace elements in bed sediment and fish tissue in the South Platte River basin, USA, 1992-93: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, v. 32, p. 246-259.

Healy, R.W., Rice, C.A., Bartos, T.T., and McKinley, M.P., 2008, Infiltration from an impoundment for coal-bed natural gas, Powder River Basin, Wyoming: evolution of water and sediment chemistry: Water Resources Research, v. 44, W06424, doi:10.1029/2007WR006396, 16 p.

Leopold, L.B., Wolman, M.G., and Miller, J.P., 1964, Fluvial processes in geomorphology: San Francisco, W.H. Freeman and Company, 522 p.
[Includes illustrations and analyses using information for some Wyoming streams. An unabridged and unaltered edition of this classic book was published in 1995 by Dover Publications, Inc., New York.]
[Also see U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 252]

Lindner-Lunsford, J.B., and Bruce, B.W., 1995, Use of electric logs to estimate water quality of pre-Tertiary aquifers. Ground Water, v. 33, no. 4, p. 547-555.

Lusby, G.C., and Toy, T.J., 1976, An evaluation of surface-mine spoils area restoration in Wyoming using rainfall simulation: Earth Surface Processes, v. 1, p. 375-386.

Maret, T.R., Robinson, C,T., and Marshall, G.W., 1997, Fish assemblages and environmental correlates in least-disturbed streams of the upper Snake River basin: American Fisheries Society Transactions, v. 126, no. 2, p. 200-216.

Marler, G.D., and White, D.E., 1975, Seismic Geyser and its bearing on the origin of geysers and hot springs of Yellowstone National Park: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 86, p. 749-759.

Meade, R.H., 1985, Wavelike movement of bedload sediment, East Fork River, Wyoming: Environmental Geology and Water Sciences, v. 7, no. 4, p. 215-225.

Naftz, D.L., 1988, Predictive capabilities of batch-extract experiments using water from a coal mine: American Water Resources Association Water Resources Bulletin, v. 24, no. 4, p. 869-877.

Naftz, D.L., Klusman, R.W., Michel, R.L., Schuster, P.F., Reddy, M.M., Taylor, H.E., Yanosky, T.M., and McConnaughey, E.A., 1996, Little Ice Age evidence from a south-central North American ice core, U.S.A.: Arctic and Alpine Research, v. 28, no. 1, p. 35-41.

Naftz, D.L., Miller, K.A., and See, R.B., 1991, Using glacial ice cores from Wyoming as long-term records of atmospheric deposition quality and climate change—A progress report: American Water Resources Association Hydata Technote, v. 10, p. 23-24.

Naftz, D.L., Michel, Roger, and Miller, K.A., 1993, Isotopic indicators of climate in ice cores, Wind River Range, Wyoming, in Swart, P.K., Lohmann, K.C., McKenzie, J., and Savin, S., editors, Climate change in Continental isotopic records: American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph 78, p. 55-66.

Naftz, D.L., and Rice, J.A., 1989, Geochemical processes controlling selenium in ground water after mining, Powder River Basin, Wyoming, U.S.A.: Applied Geochemistry, v. 4, p. 565-575.

Naftz, D.L., Rice, J.A., and Rannville, J.R., 1991, Glacial-ice composition—A potential long-term record of the chemistry of atmospheric deposition, Wind River Range, Wyoming: Water Resources Research, v. 27, no. 6, p. 1231-1238.

Naftz, D.L., Schuster, P.F., and Reddy, M.M., 1994, Assessment of spatial variability of major-ion concentrations and DEL oxygen-18 values in surface snow, upper Fremont Glacier, Wyoming, U.S.A.: Nordic Hydrology, v. 25, p. 371-388.

Naftz, D.L., See, R.B., and Ramirez, Pedro, 1993, Selenium source identification and biogeochemical processes controlling selenium in surface water and biota, Kendrick Reclamation Project, Wyoming, USA: Applied Geochemistry, v. 8, p. 115-126.

Naftz, D.L., and Smith, M.E., 1993, Ice thickness, ablation, and other glaciological measurements on Upper Fremont Glacier, Wyoming: Physical Geography, v. 14, no. 4, p. 404-414.

Naftz, D.L., Susong, D.D., Schuster, P.F., Cecil, L.D., Dettinger, M.D., Michel, R.L., and Kendall, Carol, 2002, Ice core evidence of rapid air temperature increases since 1960 in alpine areas of the Wind River Range, Wyoming, United States: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 107, no. D13, p. __.

Nolan, B.T., Campbell, D.L., and Senterfit, R.M., 1998, Depth of the base of the Jackson aquifer, based on geophysical exploration, southern Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Hydrogeology Journal, v. 6, p. 374-382.

Nordin, C.F., Jr., and Troutman, B.M., 1980, Longitudinal dispersion in rivers: The presence of skewness in observed data: Water Resources Research, v. 16, no. 1, p. 123-128. [Includes analysis of data for Wind/ Bighorn River.]

Norton, D.R., and Friedman, Irving, 1985, Chloride flux out of Yellowstone National Park: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 26, p. 231-250.

Plummer, L.N., Busby, J.F., Lee, R.W., and Hanshaw, B.B., 1990, Geochemical modeling of the Madison aquifer in parts of Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota: Water Resources Research, v. 26, no. 9, p. 1981-2014.

See, R.B., Naftz, D.L., and Qualls, C.L., 1992, GIS-assisted regression analysis to identify sources of selenium in streams: American Water Resources Association Water Resources Bulletin, v. 28, no. 2, p. 315-330.

Schoen, Robert, 1969, Rate of sulfuric acid formation in Yellowstone National Park: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 80, no. 4, p. 643-650.

Schoen, Robert, and Rye, R.O., 1970, Sulfur isotope distribution in solfataras, Yellowstone National Park: Science, v. 170, p. 1082-1084.

Stauffer, R.E., and Thompson, J.M., 1984, Arsenic and antimony in geothermal waters of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 48, p. 2547-2561.

Stearns, N.D., 1933, A remarkable intermittent spring (Wyoming): Honolulu, T.H., Mid-Pacific Magazine, v. 45, no. 3, p. 217-218.
[“The Geyser” spring on the bank of Swift Creek 7 miles northeast of Afton, Wyo.]

Tate, C.M., and Heiny, J.S., 1996, Organochlorine compounds in bed sediment and fish tissue in the South Platte River basin, USA, 1992-93: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, v. 30, p. 62-78.

Thomas, H.E., 1953, Reconnaissance studies of the Green River: The Scientific Monthly, v. LXXVII, no. 2, p. 95-102.

Thompson, J.M., 1979, Arsenic and fluoride in the Madison River system: Firehole and Gibbon Rivers and their tributaries, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming and southeast Montana: Environmental Geology, v. 3, p. 13-21.

Truesdell, A.H., Nathenson, M., and Rye, R.O., 1977, The effects of subsurface boiling and dilution on the isotopic compositions of Yellowstone thermal waters: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 82, no. 26, p. 3694-3704.

U.S. Geological Survey, 1960, Mineral and water resources of Wyoming: U.S. Congress, 86th, 2nd session, Senate Document No. 76, 40 p. [Prepared at the request of Senator Gale W. McGee of Wyoming]

Vance, G.F., See, R.B., and Reddy, K.J., 1998, Selenite sorption by coal mine backfill materials in the presence of organic solutes, in Frankenberger, W.T., Jr., and Engberg, R.A., editors, Environmental chemistry of selenium: New York, Marcel Dekker, Inc., chap. 15, p. 259-280.

Zelt, R.B., 2002, Channel characteristics and large organic debris in adjacent burned and unburned watersheds a decade after wildfire, Park County, Wyoming: Laramie, University of Wyoming Master of Science thesis, 214 p., 3 appendices.

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Guidebooks and Proceedings

Balch, A.H., Lee, M.W., Miller, J.J., and Ryder, R.T., 1984, Case history—Detection of Madison Limestone porosity, Powder River basin, Wyoming, in Balch, A.H., and others, editors, Vertical seismic profiling—Technique, applications and case histories: Boston, Mass., International Human Resources Development Corporation., p. 289-305.

Downey, J.S., 1983, Bedrock aquifers of the Northern Great Plains: Proceedings, American Society of Civil Engineers Specialty Conference, Jackson, Wyo., July 1983, p. 29-35.

Emmett, W.W., 1999, Quantification of channel-maintenance flows in gravel-bed rivers, in Olsen, D.S., and Potyondy, J.P., eds., Wildland Hydrology: Proceedings of symposium, Bozeman, Mont., June 30-July 2, 1999: American Water Resources Association Technical Publication Series TPS-99-3, p. 77-84.
[Includes data and analysis for Little Granite Creek in Snake River basin in Wyoming.]

Emmett, W.W., Leopold, L.B., and Myrick, R.M., 1983, Some characteristics of fluvial processes in rivers: Proceedings, Second International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Nanjing, China, Oct. 11-16, 1983, p. 730-754.

Fournier, R.O., and Truesdell, A.H., 1970, Chemical indicators of subsurface temperature applied to hot spring waters of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, U.S.A, in United Nations Symposium on the Development and Utilization of Geothermal Resources, Pisa, 1970: Geothermics, Special Issue 2, v. 2, p. 529-535.

Friedman, Irving, and Norton, D.R., 1982, Continuous monitoring of thermal activity in Yellowstone National Park, in Reid, S.G., and Foote, D.J., editors, Geology of Yellowstone Park area: Wyoming Geological Association Guidebook, 33rd Annual Field Conference, 1982, p. 161.

Gordon, E.D., King, N.J., Haynes, G.L., Jr., and Cummings, T.R., 1960, Occurrence and quality of water in the northern Bridger basin and adjacent Overthrust Belt, Wyoming, in McGookey, D.P., and Miller, D.N., Jr., editors, Overthrust Belt of southwestern Wyoming and adjacent areas: Wyoming Geological Association Guidebook, 15th Annual Field Conference, 1960, p. 226-247.

King, N.J., 1968, Restoration of gullied valley floors in arid and semiarid regions, in Malkovsky, Miroslav, general editor, Geology in country planning: XXIII International Geological Congress, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1968, Proceedings, v. 12, p. 187-195.

Leopold, L.B., 1980, Bathymetry and temperature of some glacial lakes in Wyoming: National Academy of Sciences Proceedings, v. 77, no. 4, p. 1754-1758.

Leopold, L.B., editor, 1982, American Geomorphological Field Group field trip guidebook, 1982 conference, Pinedale, Wyoming: 144 p. Contains: Geologic setting, by L.B. Leopold, p. 4-17; Bedload trap, East Fork River, by L.B. Leopold and W.W. Emmett, p. 30-40; Helley-Smith bedload sampler, by W.W. Emmett, p. 41-48; Variability of bedload and some hydraulic characteristics along a reach of East Fork River, by W.W. Emmett, p. 49-56; Adjustment of the East Fork River to bedload sediment contributed by Muddy Creek, by E.D. Andrews, p. 57-68; Downslope movement of rocks on Red Bluff Hill, by L.B. Leopold, p. 105-112; and Lake and New Fork Lakes: Some characteristics, by L.B. Leopold, p. 113-120

Leopold, L.B., and Emmett, W.W., 1976, Bedload measurements, East Fork River, Wyoming: National Academy of Sciences Proceedings, v. 73, no. 4, p. 1000-1004.

Leopold, L.B., and Emmett, W.W., 1977, 1976 bedload measurements, East Fork River, Wyoming: National Academy of Sciences Proceedings, v. 74, no. 7, p. 2644-2648.

McLean, J.S., and Johnson, A.I., editors, 1988, Regional aquifer systems of the United States, aquifers of the Western mountain area: American Water Resources Association Monograph Series No. 14 (Papers presented at 23rd Annual AWRA Conference and Symposium, Nov. 1-6, 1987, Salt Lake City, Utah).  Contains: Regional bedrock aquifers of the Northern Great Plains, north-central United States, by J.S. Downey, p. 5-13; Upper Colorado River Basin regional aquifer-system analysis—Mesozoic rocks in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming, Arizona, and New Mexico, by G.W. Freethey, p. 57-70; Sources of hydrologic data on Mesozoic formations in the Upper Colorado River Basin and comparison of data analysis methods, by J.F. Weigel, p. 71-80; Lithologic and hydrologic properties of Mesozoic rocks in the Upper Colorado River Basin, by G.W. Freethey, p. 81-100; Hydrostratigraphic characterization of Paleozoic formations in the Upper Colorado River Basin, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, by A.L. Geldon, p. 135-159; Geophysically determined porosity of Paleozoic rocks in the Upper Colorado River Basin, by G.A. Wetherbee and W.P. Van Liew,, p. 161-169; and Porosity and permeability of the Paleozoic formations in the Upper Colorado River Basin, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, by A.L. Geldon, p. 171-190.

Michel, R.L., and Naftz, D.L., 1995, Use of sulfur-35 and tritium to study runoff from an alpine glacier, Wind River Range, Wyoming, in Tonnessen, K.A., Williams, M.W., and Tranter, Martyn, editors, Biogeochemistry of seasonally snow-covered catchments (Proceedings of a symposium, Boulder, Colo., July 1995): International Association of Hydrologic Sciences Publication 228, p. 441-444.

Peterson, D.A., and Porter, S.D., 2002, Biological and chemical indicators of eutrophication in the Yellowstone River and major tributaries during August 2000, in National Water Quality Monitoring Council, Proceedings of the 2002 National Monitoring Conference, Madison, Wis., May 20-23, 2002: National Water Quality Monitoring Council, 14 p.
Online at http://wy.water.usgs.gov/YELL/nwqmc/index.htm

Rice, C.A., Bartos, T.T., and Ellis, M.S., 2002, Chemical and isotopic composition of water in the Fort Union and Wasatch Formations of the Powder River basin, Wyoming and Montana: Implications for coalbed methane development, in Schwochow, S.D., and Nuccio, V.F. (eds.), Coalbed methane of North America, II: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists guidebook, p. 53-70.

Rolfe, B.N., and Hadley, R.F., 1964, Weathering and transport of sediment in the Cheyenne River basin, eastern Wyoming, in Clays and Minerals, Proceedings of the 12th National Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1963: New York, Pergamon Press, p. 649-670.

Steele, T.D., 1976, Coal-resource development alternatives, residuals management, and impacts on the water resources of the Yampa River basin, Colorado and Wyoming: International Water Resources Association Symposium on Water Resources and Fossil Fuel Production, Dusseldorf, Germany, September 7-8, 1976, 14 p.

Swain, L.A., and Johnson, A.I., editors, 1988, Regional aquifer systems of the United States, aquifers of the Midwestern area: American Water Resources Association Monograph Series No. 13. Contains: The High Plains regional aquifer—geohydrology, by J.B. Weeks and E.D. Gutentag, p. 191-206; The High Plains regional aquifer—estimating 1980 ground-water pumpage for irrigation, by F.J. Heimes, p. 207-218; The High Plains regional aquifer—mapping irrigated agriculture using Landsat data, by G.P. Thelin, p. 219-223; and Simulated effects of future pumpage on the High Plains aquifer, west-central United States, by J.B. Weeks, p. 225-235.

Swenson, F.A., 1974, Potential of Madison Group and associated rocks to supply industrial water needs, Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana: American Water Resources Association Proceedings No. 18, p. 210-218.

Truesdell, A.H., and Fournier, R.O., 1976, Calculations of deep temperatures in geothermal systems from the chemistry of boiling spring waters of mixed origin, in Proceedings, Second United Nations Symposium on the Development and Use of Geothermal Resources: Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office, v. 1, p. 837-844.

Truesdell, A.H., and Thompson, J.M., 1982, The geochemistry of Shoshone Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, in Reid, S.G., and Foote, D.J., editors, Geology of Yellowstone Park area: Wyoming Geological Association Guidebook, 33rd Annual Field Conference, 1982, p. 153-159.

Wahl, K.L., 1976, Accuracy of channel measurements and the implications in estimating streamflow characteristics, in Proceedings of the international seminar, Modern Developments in Hydrometry, Padua, Italy, Sept. 8-13, 1995: World Meteorological Organization WMO - No. 427, v. II, p. 311-319. [Also published in Journal of Research of the U.S. Geological Survey, 1977, v. 5, no. 6, p. 811-814; and inBiswas, M.R., and Biswas, A.K., editors, 1982, Alternative strategies for desert development and management: New York, Pergamon Press, Environmental Sciences and Applications Series, v. 3, p. 752-759.]

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