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

 

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Annual Reports to the Secretary of the Interior

Ninth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1887-88; J.W. Powell, Director. 1889. 717 p. Contains: Formation of travertine and siliceous sinter by the vegetation of hot springs, by W.H. Weed, p. 613-676.
[Includes descriptions of Mammoth Hot Springs and other thermal features of Yellowstone National Park.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/AR/Ar_009.djvu

Eleventh annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1889-90, by J.W. Powell, Director. Part II—Irrigation. 1891. 395 p. Contains: Hydrography, by J.W. Powell, p. 1-110. 
[Lists discharge measurements of Yellowstone River at outlet of Yellowstone Lake (p. 86).]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/AR/ar_11_2.djvu

Twelfth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890-91, by J.W. Powell, Director. Part II—Irrigation. 1891. 576 p. Contains: Hydrography of the arid regions, by F.H. Newell, p. 213-361.
[Describes first gaging station in Wyoming, Laramie River at Woods Landing (p. 239).]

Thirteenth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1891-92, by J.W. Powell, Director. Part III—Irrigation. 1893. 486 p. Contains: Water supply for irrigation, by F.H. Newell, p. 1-99. 
[Includes hydrographs of daily stage of North Platte River for parts of 1887-90(p. 83).]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/AR/AR_013_3.djvu

Fourteenth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1892-93, by J.W. Powell, Director. Part II—Accompanying papers. 1894. 597 p. Contains: Results of stream measurements, by F.H. Newell, p. 89-155.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/AR/AR_14_2.djvu

Eighteenth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1896-97. C.D. Walcott, Director. Part IV—Hydrography. 1897. 756 p. Contains: Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1896, by A.P. Davis, p. 1-418.

Nineteenth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1897-98; Charles D. Walcott, Director. Part IV—Hydrography. 1898. 814 p. Contains: Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1897, by F.H. Newell, including papers by Dwight Porter, J.B. Lippincott, and others, p. 1-632.

Twentieth annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1898-99; Charles D. Walcott, Director. Part IV—Hydrography. 1900. 660 p. Contains: Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1898, by F.H. Newell, p. 1-562.

Twenty-first annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1899-1900; Charles D. Walcott, Director. Part IV—Hydrography. 1901. 768 p. Contains: Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1899, by F.H. Newell, p. 9-488; 
Preliminary description of the geology and water resources of the southern half of the Black Hills and adjoining regions in South Dakota and Wyoming, by N.H. Darton, p. 489-599; 
and The High Plains and their utilization, by W.D. Johnson, p. 601-741 
[Regional in scope; no information specifically about Wyoming. Concluded in Twenty-second Annual Report.].

Twenty-second annual report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, 1900-01; Charles D. Walcott, Director. Part IV—Hydrography. 1902. 690 p. Contains: Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1900, by F.H. Newell, p. 9-506.
[Information about Wyoming stations on p. 289-298, 306-312, and 358-362.]
and The High Plains and their utilization, by W.D. Johnson, p. 631-669 
[Regional in scope; no information specifically about Wyoming. Conclusion of paper begun in Twenty-first Annual Report.].

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Bulletins (B)

Note: Some USGS Bulletins on oil and gas, coal, or other geologic investigations in which there are only minor observations about the occurrence of water are not included—see the Wyoming part of the index in Water-Supply Paper 922.

B 47. Analyses of waters of the Yellowstone National Park, with an account of the methods of analysis employed, by F.A. Gooch and J.E. Whitfield. 1888. 84 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/B/bull_47.djvu

B 131. Report of progress of the division of hydrography for the calendar years 1893 and 1894, by F.H. Newell. 1895. 126 p.

B 140. Report of progress of the division of hydrography for the calendar year 1895, by F.H. Newell. 1896. 356 p.

B 285-F. Coal, lignite, and peat (Contributions to economic geology, 1905). 1906. Contains: Mineral resources of the Bighorn Basin [Wyo.], by C.A. Fisher. 1906. p. 311-315.
[Includes description of Cody Hot Springs and Thermopolis Hot Springs]

B 364. Geology and mineral resources of the Laramie Basin, Wyoming (a preliminary report), by N.H. Darton and C.E. Siebenthal. 1909. 81 p.

B 395. Radioactivity of the thermal waters of Yellowstone National Park, by Herman Schlundt and R.B. Moore. 1909. 35 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/B/bull_395.djvu

B 471. The Powder River oil field, Wyo., by C.H. Wegemann. 1912. p. 56-75.
[Includes notes on water supplies, including water-bearing formations, p. 58, 59.]

B 543. Geology and geography of a portion of Lincoln County, Wyoming, by A.R. Schultz. 1914. 141 p. 
[Includes brief section on underground water, p. 134-135.]

B 621-L. Oil and gas near Basin, Big Horn County, Wyoming, by C.T. Lupton. 1916. p. 157-190.
[Includes description of the water supplies and the water-bearing sand, and other information pertaining to water, p. 164-166, 186-189.]

B 641-I. Anticlines in central Wyoming, by C.J. Hares. 1917. p. 223-280. 
[Includes discussion of various mineral springs, water-bearing formations, and artesian prospects, p. 235-236.]

B 656. Anticlines in the southern part of the Big Horn Basin, Wyoming, a preliminary report on the occurrence of oil, by D.F. Hewett and C.T. Lupton. 1917. 192 p.
[Includes a brief section on availability of surface water and shallow ground water in the Basin, p. 15-16; and detailed discussion of availability of water supplies for drilling and (or) domestic use at most of the described anticlines and domes.]

B 669. Salt resources of the United States, by W.C. Phalen. 1919. 284 p.
[Includes logs of test wells and other wells in salt-bearing formation

B 670. The Salt Creek oil field, by C.H. Wegemann. 1917. 52 p.
[Includes description of the water supply, p. 11-12; water sands in the Steele Shale, p. 20, 33-34; and nine water-sample analyses, p. 42-45.]

B 680. A geologic reconnaissance for phosphate and coal in southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming, by A.R. Schultz. 1918. 84 p. 
[Includes discussion of hot springs in the area, mainly along the Snake River, p. 31-33.]

B 702. Oil possibilities in and around Baxter Basin, in the Rock Springs uplift, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, by A.R. Schultz. 1920. 107 p. 
[Includes description of springs and water-bearing formations, and well records indicating the occurrence of water, p. 17-20.]

B 711-H. Anticlines near Maverick Springs, Fremont County, Wyoming, by A.J. Collier. 1920. p. 149-171. 
[Includes discussion of mineral springs and water-bearing formations, p. 163.]

B 716-E. The Lance Creek oil and gas field, Niobrara County, Wyoming, by E.T. Hancock. 1921. p. 91-122. 
[Includes brief discussion of availability of shallow ground water in stream beds, p. 94.]

B 736-D. The Osage oil field, Weston County, Wyoming, by A.J. Collier. 1923. p. 71-110. 
[Includes discussion of drainage and water supply, p. 74, and flow of artesian wells in the Dakota and Lakota sandstones, p. 96; lists data on water-bearing sands, p. 107-110.

B 796-A. The Gillette coal field, northeastern Wyoming, by C.E. Dobbin and V.H. Barnett. 1928. p. 1-50. 
[Includes brief section on drainage and water supply, p. 4-5.]

B 796-D. Geology and oil and gas possibilities of the Bell Springs oil and gas district, Carbon County, Wyoming, by C.E. Dobbin, H.W. Hoots, and C.H. Dane. 1929. 88 p.
[Includes brief section on water supply, p. 172-173, and indications of water in oil-well records, p. 193-195.]

B 1303. Chemical analysis of thermal waters in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 1960-65, by J.J. Rowe, R.O. Fournier, and G.W. Morey. 1973. 31 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/B/bull_1303.djvu

B 1347. The geologic story of Yellowstone National Park, by W.R. Keefer. 1971. 92 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/B/bull_1347.djvu

B 1444. Geology and thermal history of Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, by K.E. Bargar. 1978. 55 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/B/bull_1444.djvu

B 1959. Chloride flux and surface water discharge out of Yellowstone National Park, 1982-1989, by D.R. Norton and Irving Friedman. 1991. 42 p.

B 1967. Whistle, a nearly dormant geyser in Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: The first geyser to be studied by research drilling, by D.E. White. 1991. 13 p.

B 2067. Monitoring of thermal activity in southwestern Yellowstone National Park, 1980-1993, by Irving Friedman and D.R. Norton, U.S. Geological Survey, and R.A. Hutchinson, National Park Service. 1993. 19 p.

B 2099. A field-trip guide to Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho—Volcanic, hydrothermal, and glacial activity in the region, by R.O. Fournier and R.L. Christianson, U.S. Geological Survey, R.A. Hutchinson, National Park Service, and K.L. Pierce, U.S. Geological Survey. 1994. 46 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/B/bull_2099.djvu

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Professional Papers (P)

P 32. Preliminary report on the geology and underground water resources of the central Great Plains, by N.H. Darton. 1905. 433 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_32.djvu

P 51. Geology of the Bighorn Mountains, by N.H. Darton. 1906. 129 p.
[Includes discussion of water-bearing conditions of principal sandstones, p. 119-120.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_51.djvu

P 53. Geology and water resources of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, by C.A. Fisher. 1906. 72 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_53.djvu

P 56. Geography and geology of a portion of southwestern Wyoming, with special reference to coal and oil, by A.C. Veach. 1907. 178 p.
[Includes section on underground water, p. 162-163.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_56.djvu

P 65. Geology and water resources of the northern portion of the Black Hills and adjoining regions in South Dakota and Wyoming, by N.H. Darton. 1909. 105 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_65.djvu

P 145. Geology and oil and coal resources of the Oregon Basin, Meeteetse, and Grass Creek Basin quadrangles, Wyoming, by D.F. Hewett. 1926. 107 p.
[Includes description of springs and wells in the area, p. 9-10; and relation of water to gas and oil, p. 81-82.]

P 163. The significance of geologic conditions in Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3, Wyoming, by W.T. Thom, Jr., and E.M. Spiker, with a section on the Waters of the Salt Creek - Teapot Dome uplift [p. 38-62], by Herman Stabler. 1931. 64 p.

P 252. The hydraulic geometry of stream channels and some physiographic implications, by L.B. Leopold and Thomas Maddock, Jr. 1953. 57 p.
[Includes channel shape characteristics for many stream sites in northeastern and northwestern Wyoming, and analyses using several previously published graphical relations for the Powder River and tributaries and the Bighorn River and tributaries.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_252.djvu

P 272-D. Evaporation from the 17 western States, by J.S. Meyers, with a section on Evapotranspiration rates, by T.J. Nordenson, U.S. Weather Bureau. 1962. p. 71-100, pl. 3.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_272.djvu
Separate plate 3 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_272_d_plt.djvu

P 282-B. River channel patterns; braided, meandering, and straight, by L.B. Leopold and M.G. Wolman. 1957. p. 39-85.
[Includes analyses using previously published information for some Wyoming streams]

P 300. Contributions to the geology of uranium and thorium by the United States Geological Survey and Atomic Energy Commission for the United Nations International Conference on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, Switzerland, 1955, compiled by L.R. Page, H.E. Stocking, and H.B. Smith. 1956. Contains: Water Sampling as a guide in the search for uranium deposits and its use in evaluating widespread volcanic units as potential source beds for uranium, by N.M. Denson, H.D. Zeller, and J.G. Stephens, p. 673-680.

P 352-A. Recent sedimentation and erosional history of Fivemile Creek, Fremont County, Wyoming, by R.F. Hadley. 1960. 16 p. 2 separate plates.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_352_a.djvu
Separate plates 1-2 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_352_a_plt.djvu

P 417-D. Chemical quality of the surface waters of the Snake River basin, by L.B. Laird. 1964. 47 p., 5 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_417_d.djvu
Separate plates 1-5 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_417_d_plt.djvu

P 424-B. Geological Survey Research 1961, compiled by U.S. Geological Survey. 1961. Contains: An example of channel aggradation induced by flood control, by N.J. King, p. B29-B32.

P 424-C. Geological Survey Research 1961, compiled by U.S. Geological Survey. 1961. Contains: Proposed classification of ground-water provinces, hydrologic units, and chemical types of ground water in the Upper Colorado River Basin, by D.A. Phoenix, p. C125-C127; and Field measurements of silica in water from hot springs and geysers in Yellowstone National Park, by G.W. Morey, R.O. Fournier, J.J. Hemley, and J.R. Rowe, p. C333-C336.

P 435. The Hebgen Lake, Montana, earthquake of August 17, 1959. 1964. 20 separate chapters in one volume. Contains: Chap. L, Effects of the Hebgen Lake earthquake on surface water, by Frank Stermitz, p. 139-150; Chap. P, Records of postearthquake chemical quality of ground water, by R.C. Scott, p. 179-184; and Chap. Q, Effects of the Hebgen Lake earthquake of August 17, 1979 on the hot springs of the Firehole Geyser Basins, Yellowstone National Park, by G.D. Marler [National Park Service], p. 185-197.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_435.djvu

P 441. Water resources of the upper Colorado River basin—Technical report, by W.V. Iorns, C.H. Hembree, and G.L. Oakland. 1965. 370 p., 9 pl. in separate volume.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_441.djvu
Separate plates 1-9 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_441_plt.djvu

P 442. Water resources of the upper Colorado River basin—Basic data, by W.V. Iorns, D.A. Phoenix, and G.L. Oakland. 1964. 1,036 p., 4 pl. in separate volume.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_442.djvu
Separate plates 1-4 not yet online.

P 501-D. Geological Survey Research 1964, compiled by U.S. Geological Survey. 1964. Contains: Variation of permeability in the Tensleep Sandstone in the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, as interpreted from core analyses and geophysical logs, by J.D. Bredehoeft, p. D166-D170.

P 525-B. Geological Survey Research, 1965, compiled by U.S. Geological Survey. 1965. Contains: Use of sodium iodide to trace underground water circulation in the hot springs and geysers of the Daisie Geyser Group, Yellowstone National Park, by J.J. Rowe, R.O. Fournier, and G.W. Morey, p B184-B186.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_525_b.djvu

P 550-D Geological Survey Research 1966, compiled by U.S. Geological Survey. 1966. Contains: The White River Formation as an aquifer in southeastern Wyoming and adjacent parts of Nebraska and Colorado, by M.E. Lowry, p. D217-D222.

P 662-A. The hydraulics of overland flow on hillslopes, by W.W. Emmett. 1970. 68 p.
[Field study sites were on Pole Creek, New Fork River, and Boulder Lake in Sublette County, Wyo.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_662_a.djvu

P 700-D. Geological Survey Research 1970, compiled by U.S. Geological Survey. 1970. Contains: Synthesizing hydrographs for small semiarid drainage basins, by G.S. Craig, Jr., p. D238-D243.
[See annotation]

P 745. Geology and uranium deposits, Shirley Basin area, Wyoming, by E.N. Harshman. 1972. 82 p.
[Includes a section on ground water, with water-table map and water-quality data, p. 37-41.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_745.djvu

P 750-C. Geological Survey Research 1971, compiled by U.S. Geological Survey. 1971. Contains: A device for collecting down-hole water and gas samples in geothermal wells, by R.O. Fournier, and J.C.Morgenstern, p. C151-C155.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_750_c.djvu

P 800-D. Geological Survey Research 1972, compiled by U.S. Geological Survey. 1972. Contains: Fremont Lake—Preliminary survey of a large mountain lake, by D.A. Rickert and L.B. Leopold, p. D173-D188.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_800_d.djvu

P 813-C. Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources—Upper Colorado region, by Don Price and Ted Arnow. 1974. 40 p. 2 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_813_c.djvu
Separate plates 1-2 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_813_c_plt.djvu

P 813-G. Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources—Great Basin region, by T.E. Eakin, Don Price, and J.R. Harrill. 1976. 37 p. 1 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_813_g.djvu
Separate plate 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_813_g_plt.djvu

P 813-Q. Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources—Missouri Basin region, by O.J. Taylor. 1978. 41 p. 3 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_813_q.djvu
Separate plates 1-3 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_813_q_plt.djvu

P 813-S. Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources—Pacific Northwest region, by B.L. Foxworthy. 1979. 39 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_813_s.djvu

P 1044-F. Chemical studies of selected trace elements in hot-spring drainages of Yellowstone National Park, by R.E. Stauffer, E.A. Jenne, and J.W. Ball. 1980. 20 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1044_f.djvu

P 1117. Scour and fill in a stream channel, East Fork River, western Wyoming, by E.D. Andrews. 1979. 49 p.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 78-928]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1117.djvu

P 1130. Hydrologic and human aspects of the 1976-77 drought, by H.F. Matthai. 1979. 84 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1130.djvu

P 1139. A field calibration of the sediment-trapping characteristics of the Helley-Smith bedload sampler, by W.W. Emmett. 1980. 44 p.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 79-411]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1139.djvu

P 1242. Perennial-streamflow characteristics related to channel geometry and sediment in Missouri River basin, by W.R. Osterkamp and E.R. Hedman. 1982. 37 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1242.djvu

P 1244. Floods of May 1978 in southeastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming, by Charles Parrett, D.D. Carlson, and G.S. Craig, Jr., U.S. Geological Survey, and E.H. Chin, National Weather Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 1984. 74 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1244.djvu

P 1273-A. Stratigraphy and sedimentary facies of the Madison Limestone and associated rocks in parts of Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by J.A. Peterson. 1984. 34 p. 20 plates and 1 table in separate volume.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 81-642]
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_a.djvu
Separate plates 1-20 and table 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_a_plt.djvu

P 1273-B. Correlation of Paleostructure and sediment deposition in the Madison Limestone and associated rocks in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Nebraska, by D.L. Brown, R.K. Blankennagel, L.M. MacCary, and J.A. Peterson. 1984. 24 p. 34 separate plates and 1 separate table.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 82-906]
Report not yet online.
Separate plates 1-34 and table 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_b_plt.djvu

P 1273-C. Relationship of porosity and permeability to petrology of the Madison Limestone in rock cores from three test wells in Montana and Wyoming, by P.A. Thayer. 1983. 29 p. 3 separate plates and 1 separate table.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 81-221]
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_c.djvu
Separate plates 1-3 and table 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_c_plt.djvu

P 1273-D. Apparent water resistivity, porosity, and water temperature of the Madison Limestone and underlying rocks in parts of Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by L.M. MacCary. 1984. 14 p. 20 separate plates and 1 separate table.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 81-629]
Report and separate table 1 not yet online.
Separate plates 1-20 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_d_plt.djvu

P 1273-E. Potentially favorable areas for large-yield wells in the Red River Formation and Madison Limestone in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by L.M. MacCary, E.M. Cushing, and D.L. Brown. 1983. 13 p. 1 separate table.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 81-220]
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_e.djvu
Separate table 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_e_plt.djvu

P 1273-F. Geochemical evolution of water in the Madison aquifer in parts of Montana, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by J.F. Busby, L.N. Plummer, R.W. Lee, and B.B. Hanshaw. 1991. 89 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_f.djvu

P 1273-G. Geohydrology of the Madison and associated aquifers in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by J.S. Downey. 1984. 47 p. 1 separate plate.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 82-914]
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_g.djvu
Separate plate 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1273_g_plt.djvu

P 1277. Hydrologic and geomorphic studies of the Platte River basin, by U.S. Geological Survey. 1983.
Contains: P 1277-A, Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska: A historical perspective, by T.R. Eschner, R.F. Hadley, and K.D. Crowley, 39 p.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 81-1125]
and 1277-B, Effects of water development on surface-water hydrology, Platte River basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska upstream from Duncan, Nebraska, by J.E. Kircher, and M.R. Karlinger, 49 p.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 81-818]
Both reports online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1277.djvu

P 1330. A seismic-stratigraphic investigation of the Madison and associated aquifers—Application to ground-water exploration, Powder River basin, Montana-Wyoming, edited by A.H. Balch. 1988. 99 p., 1 pl. [7 chapters by various authors]
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1330.djvu
Separate plate 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1330_plt.djvu

P 1338. Effects of organic wastes on water quality from the processing of oil shale from the Green River Formation, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming, by J.A. Leenheer and T.I. Noyes. 1986. 56 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1338.djvu

P 1400-A. Summary of the High Plains Regional Aquifer-System Analysis in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming, by J.B. Weeks, E.D. Gutentag, F.J. Heimes, and R.R. Luckey. 1988. 30 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1400_a.djvu

P 1400-B. Geohydrology of the High Plains aquifer in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming, by E.D. Gutentag, F.J. Heimes, N.C. Krothe, R.R. Luckey, and J.B. Weeks. 1984. 63 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1400_b.djvu

P 1400-C. Mapping irrigated cropland from Landsat data for determination of water use from the High Plains aquifer in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming, by G.P. Thelin and F.J. Heimes. 1987. 38 p. 1 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1400_c.djvu
Separate plate 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1400_c_plt.djvu

P 1400-D. Digital simulation of ground-water flow in the High Plains aquifer in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming, by R.R. Luckey, E.D. Gutentag, F.J. Heimes, and J.B. Weeks. 1986. 57 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1400_d.djvu

P 1400-E. Effects of future ground-water pumpage on the High Plains aquifer in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming, by R.R. Luckey, E.D. Gutentag, F.J. Heimes, and J.B. Weeks. 1988. 44 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1400_e.djvu

P 1402-A. The regional aquifer system underlying the Northern Great Plains in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming—Summary, by J.S. Downey and G.A. Dinwiddie. 1988. 64 p. 3 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_a.djvu
Separate plates 1-3 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_a_plt.djvu

P 1402-B. Geologic framework of the ground-water system in Jurassic and Cretaceous rocks in the Northern Great Plains, in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by L.O. Anna. 1986. 36 p. 18 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_b.djvu
Separate plates 1-18 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_b_plt.djvu

P 1402-C. Geochemistry of ground-water [sic] in two sandstone aquifer systems in the Northern Great Plains in parts of Montana and Wyoming, by Thomas Henderson. 1985. 84 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_c.djvu

P 1402-D. Freshwater heads and ground-water temperatures in aquifers of the Northern Great Plains in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by D.H. Lobmeyer. 1985. 11 p. 1 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_d.djvu
Separate plate 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_d_plt.djvu

P 1402-E. Geohydrology of bedrock aquifers in the Northern Great Plains in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by J.S. Downey. 1986. 87 p. 3 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_e.djvu
Separate plates 1-3 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_e_plt.djvu

P 1402-F. Geochemistry of water in aquifers and confining units of the Northern Great Plains in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, by J.F. Busby, B.A. Kimball, J.S. Downey, and K.D. Peter. 1995. 146 p. 2 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_f.djvu
Separate plates 1-2 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1402_f_plt.djvu

P 1411-A. Geology of Paleozoic rocks in the Upper Colorado River Basin in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, excluding the San Juan Basin by A.L. Geldon. 2003a. 85 p., 17 plates and 1 table in pocket.
Report, including separate plates 1-17 and table 1, online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1411-A.djvu
Separate plates 1-17 and table 1 also online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1411_a_plt.djvu

P 1411-B. Hydrologic properties and ground-water flow systems of the Paleozoic rocks in the Upper Colorado River Basin in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, excluding the San Juan Basin, by A.L. Geldon. 2003b. 153 p., 13 plates in separate volume.
Report, including separate plates 1-13, online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1411_b.djvu
Separate plates 1-13 also online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1411_b_plt.djvu

P 1411-C. Geohydrology of Mesozoic rocks in the Upper Colorado River Basin in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, excluding the San Juan basin, by G.W. Freethey and G.E. Cordy. 1991. 118 p. 6 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1411_c.djvu
Separate plates 1-6 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1411_c_plt.djvu

P 1414-A. Analysis of regional aquifers in the Central Midwest of the United States in Kansas, Nebraska, and parts of Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming—Summary, by D.G. Jorgensen, J.O. Helgesen, D.C. Signor, R.B. Leonard, J.L. Imes and S.C. Christenson. 1996. 67 p. [Central Midwest RASA]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1414_a.djvu

P 1414-B. Regional aquifers in Kansas, Nebraska, and parts of Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming—Geohydrologic framework, by D.G. Jorgensen, J.O. Helgesen, and J.L. Imes. 1993. 72 p., 25 pl. in separate volume. [Central Midwest RASA]
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1414_b.djvu
Separate plates 1-25 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1414_b_plt.djvu

P 1414-C. Geohydrology and simulation of steady-state flow conditions in regional aquifer systems in Cretaceous and older rocks underlying Kansas, Nebraska, and parts of Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming, by D.C. Signor, J.O. Helgesen, D.G. Jorgensen, and R.B. Leonard. 1996. 105 p. 2 pl. [Central Midwest RASA]
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1414_c.djvu
Separate plates 1-2 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1414_c_plt.djvu

P 1414-E. Hydrology of the Great Plains aquifer system in Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, and adjacent areas, by J.O. Helgesen, R.B. Leonard, and R.J. Wolf. 1993. 80 p., 10 pl. in separate volume. [Central Midwest RASA]
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1414_e.djvu
Separate plates 1-10 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1414_e_plt.djvu

P 1456. The geology and remarkable thermal activity of Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, by D.E. White, U.S. Geological Survey, R.A. Hutchinson, National Park Service, and T.E.C. Keith, U.S. Geological Survey. 1988. 84 p.

P 1464. Summary of the U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Bureau of Land Management national coal-hydrology program, 1974-84, edited by L.J. Britton, C.L. Anderson, D.A. Goolsby, and B.P. Van Haveren. 1989. 183 p. Contains: Northern Great Plains and Rocky Mountain Provinces—Powder River, Bighorn Basin, and Wind River regions, by J.F. Wilson, Jr., and M.R. Cannon, p. 73-84; and Northern Great Plains and Rocky Mountain Provinces—Green River and Hams Fork regions, by N.G. Gaggiani, p. 85-94. 1 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1464.djvu
Separate plate 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1464plt.djvu

P 1583. Bedload and river hydraulics—Inferences from the East Fork River, Wyoming, by L.B. Leopold and W.W. Emmett. 1997. 52 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1583.djvu

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Journal of Research of the U.S. Geological Survey

Hydrologic characteristics of the Madison Limestone, the Minnelusa Formation, and equivalent rocks as determined by well-logging formation evaluation, Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, and North Dakota, by W.J. Head, U.S. Geological Survey, and R.H. Merkel, Exploration Data Consultants, Inc. 1977. v. 5, no. 4, p. 473-485.

Accuracy of channel measurements and the implications in estimating streamflow characteristics, by K.L. Wahl. 1977. v. 5, no. 6, p. 811-814. [Also published in two outside publications; see "Guidebooks and Proceedings" section of this listing.]

Iron in water near wastewater lagoons in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, by E.R. Cox. 1978. v. 6, no. 3, p. 319-324.

Accuracy of flood mapping, by D.E. Burkham. 1978. v. 6, no. 4, p. 515-527. [Equation used to prepare most Wyoming flood-prone-area maps is listed on p. 524.]

Phosphorus in hydrothermal waters of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, by R.E. Stauffer, and J.M. Thompson. 1978. v. 6, no. 6, p. 755-763.


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