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

 

U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY REPORTS ABOUT FLOODS IN WYOMING

For the user's convenience, all reports about floods in Wyoming that are included in the geographic and series listings of this bibliography are repeated on this page. This annotated listing is subdivided into two types of reports:

USGS publication series in the lists that follow include: Water-Supply Papers (W), Open-File Reports (OF), Professional Papers (P), Hydrologic-Investigations Atlases (HA), Circulars (C), Water-Resources Investigations Reports (WRIR), and Fact Sheets (FS). Two reports prepared by Geological Survey authors were published by Wyoming State Agencies.


Reports About Historical Floods in Wyoming

(Listed chronologically by year of flood)

1904 (W 147). Floods in the Denver District, by M.C. Hinderlider and assistants, in Destructive floods in the United States in 1904, by E.C. Murphy and others. 1905. p. 150-171.
[May 1904 flood on Crow Creek in and near Cheyenne, p. 154-158.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_147.djvu

1923 (W 520-G). Floods in the Big Horn River basin, Wyo.; Flood on Powder River, Wyo.; and Floods at Sheridan, Wyo., in Some floods in the Rocky Mountain region [1923], by Robert Follansbee and P.V. Hodges. 1925. p. 108-121.
Onlne at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_520.djvu

1955 (W 1455-B). Floods of June 26 [1955] in Chugwater Creek, Wyo., and Floods of June 26-27 [1955] in North Platte River basin, Wyoming and Nebraska, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1955, by U.S. Geological Survey. 1962. p. 99-100, 102-105.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1455_b.djvu

1956 (W 1530). Floods of May 25 to June 6 [1956] in Wyoming, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1956, by U.S. Geological Survey. 1964. p. 33-35.
[Clarks Fork River; Wind River and tributaries; Sybille Creek; Green River and tributaries; Salt River and tributaries.]
Onlne at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1530.djvu

1957 (W 1652-C). Floods of June 5-7 [1957] on Greybull River, Wyo., in Summary of floods in the United States during 1957, by U.S. Geological Survey. 1963. p. C51-C52.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1652.djvu

1959 (W 1750-B). Floods of July 15 [1959], in Cottonwood Creek, Wyo., in Summary of floods in the United States during 1959, by U.S. Geological Survey. 1964. p. B50-B51.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1750.djvu

1960 (W 1790-B). Floods of May and June [1960] in Wyoming, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1960, by J.O. Rostvedt. 1965. p. B70-B72.
[Small streams near Moorcroft in May; near Glendo in June; near Thermopolis in June.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1790.djvu

1962 (W 1820). Floods of May and June [1962] in northeastern Wyoming, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1962, by J.O. Rostvedt and others. 1968. p. 49-50.
[South Fork Powder River; Powder River; Beaver Creek; Belle Fourche River; Cheyenne River.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1820.djvu

1963 (W 1830-B). Floods of June 15-17 [1963] in north-central Wyoming, by K.B. Rennick, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1963, by J.O. Rostvedt and others. 1968. p. B80-B84.
[Many streams in Wind/Bighorn basin; Tongue River basin; Clear Creek; North Fork Crazy Woman Creek; Middle Fork Powder River; Powder River.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1830-B.djvu

1965 (OF, unnumbered). Floods of May-June 1965 in east-central Wyoming, by K.B. Rennick. 1966. 22 p.
[North Platte River tributaries flowing from Laramie Range—see W 1850-E.]

1965 (W 1850-E). Floods of May and June [1965] in Wyoming, by S.A. Druse and K.B. Rennick, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1965, by J.O. Rostvedt and others. 1970. p. E39-E48.
[North Platte tributaries flowing from Laramie Range (May); Green River tributaries flowing northeasterly from Uinta Mountains (June); Laramie River tributaries (June): Powder River tributaries (June).]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1850-E.djvu

1966 (W 1870-D). Floods of July 14 and September 1 [1966], in southeastern Wyoming, by S.A. Druse, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1966, by J.O. Rostvedt and others. 1971. p. D39-D41.
[Dry Creek and Bear Creek and tributaries near Chugwater; Muddy Creek tributaries near Burns.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1870-D.djvu

1967 (W 1880-C). Floods of June and July [1967] in north-central Wyoming, by S.A. Druse, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1967, by J.O. Rostvedt and others. 1972. p. C42-C47.
[Wind/Bighorn River tributaries; Powder River tributaries flowing easterly from Bighorn Mountains; Green River tributaries flowing northeasterly from Uinta Mountains.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1880-C.djvu

1968 (W 1970-B). Floods of June and August [1968] in Wyoming, by D.J. O’Connell, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1968, by J.O. Rostvedt and others. 1972. p. B37-B42.
[Badwater Creek; Bighorn River tributaries; Powder River tributaries; Green River tributaries.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1970-B.djvu

1969 (W 2030). Floods of June and July [1969] in central and southeastern Wyoming, by D.J. O’Connell, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1969, by J.K. Reid and others. 1975. p. 93-97.
[Little Popo Agie River; Twin Creek; West Fork Dry Cheyenne Creek; Slate Creek; Laramie River (failure of dam on Wheatland Reservoir No. 1).]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2030.djvu

1970 through 1989 (W 2502). [Floods during 1970-89 in] Wyoming, in Summary of significant floods in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, 1970 through 1989, by C.A. Perry, B.N. Aldridge, and H.C. Ross. 2001. p. 570-579.
[Lists annual maximum discharges for period of record and those during 1970-89 that rank in top 5 percent for each of 179 streamflow-gaging stations located throughout Wyoming.]
Wyoming article online at: http://ks.water.usgs.gov/Kansas/pubs/reports/wsp.2502.wy.html
Tabulations of stations and flood data for Wyoming are listed in table 52:
http://ks.water.usgs.gov/Kansas/pubs/reports/wsp.2502.wy52.pdf
Full report online at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/wsp2502
Full report also online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2502.djvu

1978 (OF 78-985). Data for floods of May 1978 in northeastern Wyoming and southeastern Montana, by Charles Parrett, D.D. Carlson, G.S. Craig, Jr., and J.A. Hull. 1978. 16 p.
[Many streams in all major drainage basins in northeastern Wyoming; also, streams in Bighorn basin and North Platte River and tributaries.]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/OFR/1978/ofr_78_985.djvu

1978 (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.
[Many streams in all major drainage basins in northeastern Wyoming; also, streams in Bighorn basin and North Platte River and tributaries.]
[Also listed under Wyoming Statewide]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/PP/pp_1244.djvu

1985 (HA-699). Flood of August 1, 1985, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, by S.A. Druse, M.E. Cooley, S.L. Green, and H.W. Lowham. 1986. 2 sheets.
[Crow Creek and Dry Creek]

1985 (W 2300). Storm and flood of August 1, 1985, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, by H.W. Lowham and S.A. Druse, in National water summary 1985—Hydrologic events and surface-water resources, compiled by D.W. Moody, E.B. Chase, and D.A. Aronson. 1986. p. 41-42.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2300.djvu

1990 (W 2474). Flood of August 20, 1990, in southeastern Wyoming, by G.F. Ritz, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1990-91, by P.R. Jordan and L.J. Combs, editors. 1996. p. 121-124
[Sybille Creek]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2474.djvu

1991 (W 2474). Floods of June 1991 in central Wyoming, by W.J. Sadler, in Summary of floods in the United States during 1990-91, by P.R. Jordan and L.J. Combs, editors. 1996. p. 211-215.
[Wind River and tributaries]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2474.djvu

1992 (W 2499). [Flood of] June 14–15, 1992, along the North Fork Powder River below Pass Creek, near Mayoworth, Wyoming, by J.C. Vigil, in Summary of floods in the United States, January 1992 through September 1993, by C.A. Perry and L.J. Combs, editors. 1998. p. 123-125.
Wyoming article online at http://ks.water.usgs.gov/Kansas/pubs/reports/wsp.2499.sumwy0692.html
Full report online at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/wsp2499
Full report also online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2499.djvu

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Reports About the Hydrology of Floods in Wyoming

(Listed chronologically by year of publication)
General Overview and Summary of Investigations

Wyoming Highway Department Report. 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.

Final report of 30-year study of floods in Wyoming in cooperation with the Wyoming Highway Department (now, Wyoming Department of Transportation). Includes a copy of WRIR 88-4045 (Lowham, 1988); complete listing of 5-minute rainfall and runoff data for small ephemeral streams from Wyoming Water Planning Program Report No. 17 (Rankl and Barker, 1977); complete listing of annual peak-flow and flood-frequency data for approximately 220 crest-stage gages; indirect measurements of peak flows at approximately 150 miscellaneous ungaged sites; and summaries of reports of other flood investigations, including W 2056 (Craig and Rankl, 1978) and WRIR 88-4209 (Cooley, 1988).

W 2375. Wyoming floods and droughts, by S.A. Druse, in National water summary 1988-89—Hydrologic events and floods and droughts, compiled by R.W. Paulson, E.B. Chase, R.S. Roberts, and D.W. Moody. 1991. p. 575-582.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2375.djvu

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Magnitude and Frequency of Floods
(annual maximum discharges)

C 478. Floods in Wyoming—Magnitude and frequency, by J.R. Carter and A.R. Green. 1963. 27 p.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/CIR/circ_478.djvu
Separate plates 1 and 2 not online yet.

The first analysis of magnitude and frequency of floods in Wyoming, statewide. The index-flood method was used. Superseded by subsequent revisions of flood-frequency estimating procedures for Wyoming.

W 1679. Magnitude and frequency of floods in the United States, Part 6-A. Missouri River basin above Sioux City, Iowa, by J.L. Patterson. 1966. 471 p. 1 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1679.djvu
Separate plate 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1679_plt.djvu

Includes listing of annual maximum discharges at gaging stations in the Clarks Fork River basin; Wind/Bighorn River basin; Powder River basin; Belle Fourche River basin; Cheyenne River basin; and Niobrara River basin in Wyoming. Procedures for estimating the magnitude of floods for given frequencies at ungaged sites have been superseded.

W 1680. Magnitude and frequency of floods in the United States, Part 6-B. Missouri River basin below Sioux City, Iowa, by H.F. Matthai. 1968. 491 p. 1 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1680.djvu
Separate plate 1 not online yet.

Includes listing of annual maximum discharges at gaging stations in the Platte River basin in Wyoming. Procedures for estimating the magnitude of floods for given frequencies at ungaged sites have been superseded.

W 1683. Magnitude and frequency of floods in the United States, Part 9. Colorado River basin, by J.L. Patterson and W.P. Somers. 1966. 475 p. 1 pl.
Report, including separate plate 1, online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1683.djvu
Separate plate 1 also online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1683_plt.djvu

Includes listing of annual maximum discharges at gaging stations in the Green River basin in Wyoming. Procedures for estimating the magnitude of floods for given frequencies at ungaged sites have been superseded.

W 1684. Magnitude and frequency of floods in the United States, Part 10. The Great Basin, by Elmer Butler, J.K. Reid, and V.K. Berwick. 1966. 256 p. 2 pl.
Report, including separate plates 1 and 2, online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1684.djvu
Separate plates 1-2 also online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1684_plt.djvu

Includes listing of annual maximum discharges at gaging stations in the Bear River basin in Wyoming. Procedures for estimating the magnitude of floods for given frequencies at ungaged sites have been superseded.

W 1688. Magnitude and frequency of floods in the United States, Part 13. Snake River basin, by C.A. Thomas, H.C. Broom, and J.E. Cummans. 1963. 250 p. 5 plates in separate volume.
Report, including separate plates 1-5, online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1688.djvu
Separate plates 1-5 also online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_1688_plt.djvu

Includes listing of annual maximum discharges at gaging stations in the Snake River basin in Wyoming. Procedures for estimating the magnitude of floods for given frequencies at ungaged sites have been superseded.

OF (unnumbered) 1970. A proposed streamflow data program for Wyoming, by K.L. Wahl. 1970. 44 p. 3 figs. in pocket.

Streamflow data for Wyoming were analyzed to provide guidelines for planning future streamflow-gaging programs. The sufficiency of streamflow records for meeting accuracy goals was assessed. Includes calculated 2-, 5- ,10-, 25,- and 50-year flood peak flows and 7-day, 2-year, 10-year, and 50-year high flows for streamflow stations in Wyoming for which there were records of sufficient length. For stations in mountainous areas only, includes results of the first regression analyses of those and other streamflow characteristics using basin characteristics as independent variables. Those equations have been superseded by subsequent analyses. Records for stations on streams in the plains areas of Wyoming were insufficient to define regression equations for any of the streamflow characteristics. Within a few years, however, sufficient data had been collected for subsequent flood-frequency analyses for plains streams.

WRIR 76-112. Techniques for estimating flow characteristics of Wyoming streams, by H.W. Lowham. 1976. 78 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WRI/wrir_76_112.djvu

Superseded by WRIR 88-4045 (Lowham, 1988; see next reference below) and subsequent revisions of flood-frequency estimating procedures for Wyoming; latest: WRIR 03-4107 (Miller, 2003).

WRIR 88-4045. Streamflows in Wyoming, by H.W. Lowham. 1988. 83 p. 1 pl.
Report online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WRI/wrir_88_4045.djvu
Plate 1 online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WRI/wrir_88_4045_plt.djvu

Until August 2003, this report contained the latest published procedures for estimating the instantaneous maximum (peak) discharge for a given frequency at ungaged sites on Wyoming streams. The regression equations using physical and climatic basin characteristics have been superseded by those in WRIR 03-4107 (Miller, 2003). The superseded equations of WRIR 88-4045 also are given in WRIR 94-4002 and currently (Aug. 2003) are the latest equations for Wyoming in the National Flood Frequency Program (Version 3), online at: http://water.usgs.gov/software/nff_manual/wy/index.html (see WRIR 02-4168.)
The superseded equations in the national data base will be replaced by the equations of WRIR 03-4107 in the near future.
WRIR 88-4045 also includes procedures and equations for estimating peak discharge using the channel width, mean annual discharge using basin characteristics or channel width, and mean monthly discharge. Those procedures and equations have not been revised or superseded.

WRIR 88-4209. Use of paleoflood investigations to improve flood-frequency analyses of plains streams in Wyoming, by M.E. Cooley. 1990. 75 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WRI/wrir_88_4209.djvu

Paleoflood evidence was used to make historical adjustments to the frequency relations for 21 streamflow-gaging stations.

WRIR 94-4002. Nationwide summary of U.S. Geological Survey regression equations for estimating magnitude and frequency of floods for ungaged sites, 1993, by M.E. Jennings, W.O. Thomas, Jr., and H.C. Riggs. 1994. 196 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WRI/wrir_94_4002.djvu

The procedure and estimating equations for Wyoming, listed on p. 176-179, are from WRIR 88-4045, and have been superseded by the procedure and equations of WRIR 03-4107.

W 2433. Methods for estimating magnitude and frequency of floods in the southwestern United States, by B.E. Thomas, H.W. Hjalmarson, and S.D. Waltemeyer. 1997. 195 p.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 93-419]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2433.djvu

Regional analysis of flood frequency in streams draining less than 2,000 square miles in all or parts of 10 States, including the Green, Bear, and Snake River basins in Wyoming. A comparison has not been made of results using these methods with results using methods developed only for Wyoming.

WRIR 02-4168. The National Flood Frequency Program, version 3: A computer program for estimating magnitude and frequency of floods for ungaged sites, compiled by K.G. Ries III and M.Y. Crouse, with sections by J.B. Atkins, M.E. Jennings, W.H. Kirby, H.C. Riggs, V.B. Sauer, and W.O. Thomas, Jr., U.S. Geological Survey, and R. Dusenbury and M. Gray, Aqua Terra Consultants, Inc. 2002. 45 p.
Online at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/wri02-4168.

Includes a history of U.S. Geological Survey flood-regionalization methods and describes in detail the National Flood Frequency Program and how to obtain and use the software. Does not include estimating equations for individual States; however, the latest version of the executable software and latest updated data base may be downloaded from: http://water.usgs.gov/software/nff.html. A concise description of the National Flood Frequency Program, version 3, is given in Fact Sheet FS-084-02 (see next reference below).

Documentation of the equations for Wyoming (currently the superseded equations of WRIR 88-4045 and WRIR 94-4002) is available online at: http://water.usgs.gov/software/nff_manual/wy/index.html. The superseded equations will be replaced by the equations of WRIR 03-4107 in the near future.

FS-084-02. Using the National Flood Frequency Program, version 3: A computer program for estimating magnitude and frequency of floods for ungaged sites, by C.D. Perl and K.G. Ries III. 2002. 4 p.
Online at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/fs-084-02.

A concise description of the National Flood Frequency Program (Version 3) and how to obtain and use the software. No specific information about Wyoming (see WRIR 02-4168).

WRIR 03-4107. . Peak-flow characteristics of Wyoming streams, by K.A. Miller. 2003. 79 p.
Online at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/wri03-4107

This report is a complete revision of the regional statistical relations between peak flow for a given frequency and basin characteristics for unregulated streams in Wyoming. The procedures and equations described in this report supersede all previous procedures and equations for estimating magnitude and frequency of maximum instantaneous discharge (peak flow) at ungaged sites in Wyoming, the most recent of which was WRIR 88-4045. However, the procedure and equations given in WRIR 88-4045 for estimating peak flows by the channel-width method are not superseded. Likewise, the procedures and equations for estimating flood volumes and the procedure for synthesizing single-peak flood hydrographs in small ephemeral streams given in WSP 2056 are not superseded.

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Analysis of Flood Volumes (including flood-volume frequency and synthesized hydrographs) and Sediment Loads in Small Ephemeral Streams

OF 69-61. Study of hydrographs for small drainage basins in Wyoming—Progress report, by G.S. Craig, Jr., D.L. Collins, and J.F. Wilson, Jr. 1969. 69 p.
[Number assigned after report was published]
Interim report. Final report on this study is W 2056 (Craig and Rankl, 1978).
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/OFR/1969/ofr_69_61.djvu

P 700-D. Synthesizing hydrographs for small semiarid drainage basins, by G.S. Craig, Jr., in Geological Survey Research 1970. 1970. p. D238-D243.

The method described in this paper is included in W 2056 (Craig and Rankl, 1978).

Wyoming State Engineer's Office, Wyoming Water Planning Program Report No. 17. Rainfall and runoff data from small basins in Wyoming, by J.G. Rankl, and D.S. Barker. 1977. 195 p.

Flood-hydrograph data in 5-minute increments for ephemeral streams draining 10 or fewer square miles, analyzed in W 2056 (Craig and Rankl, 1978); see next reference below.

W 2056. Analysis of runoff from small drainage basins in Wyoming, by G.S. Craig, Jr., and J.G. Rankl. 1978. 70 p.
[Supersedes Open-File Report 77-727]
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WSP/wsp_2056.djvu

Includes methods for estimating flood volume for a given frequency and for constructing a synthetic hydrograph for a given peak discharge and associated flood volume in ephemeral streams draining 10 or fewer square miles. The method for estimating the instantaneous maximum (peak) discharge for a given frequency has been superseded by subsequent revisions; latest: WRIR 03-4107 (Miller, 2003).

WRIR 02-4150. Relations between total-sediment load and peak discharge for rainstorm runoff on five ephemeral streams in Wyoming, by J.G. Rankl. 2004. 12 p.
Online at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/wri02-4150

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Site Investigations

WRI/OFR 76-77. Hydrologic effects of hypothetical earthquake-caused floods below Jackson Lake, northwestern Wyoming, by W.R. Glass, T.N. Keefer, and J.G. Rankl. 1976. 32 p. 1 plate, scale: 1:62,500.

OF 76-237. Floodflow characteristics at bridge site on Interstate Highway 80, the Green River near Green River, Wyoming, by G.S. Craig, Jr. 1976. 12 p.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/OFR/1976/ofr_76_237.djvu

WRIR 88-4064. Flood boundaries and water-surface profile for the computed 100-year flood, Swift Creek at Afton, Wyoming, 1986, by J.G. Rankl and J.C. Wallace. 1989. 2 sheets.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WRI/wrir_88_4064_plt.djvu

WRIR 93-4022. Flood boundaries and water-surface profiles for the computed 50-, 100-, and 500-year floods, Childs Draw and tributary near Cheyenne, Wyoming, August 1991, by G.F. Ritz. 1993. 3 sheets.
Online at http://onlinepubs.er.usgs.gov/djvu/WRI/wrir_93_4022_plt.djvu

OF 00-201. Water-surface profile and flood boundaries for the computed 100-year flood, lower Salt River, Lincoln County, Wyoming, by K.A. Miller and J.P. Mason. 2000. 2 sheets.
Online at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/ofr00-201.

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