2 edition of Ground-water resources of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming found in the catalog.
Ground-water resources of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming
L. J. McGreevy
|Statement||by Laurence J. McGreevy, Warren G. Hodson, and Samuel J. Rucker IV ; prepared as part of the program of the Department of the Interior for development of the Missouri River basin.|
|Series||Water supply of Indian reservations, Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1576-I|
|Contributions||Hodson, Warren Gayler, 1921-, Rucker, Samuel J., 1926-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
Ground-water and water-quality data through for selected wells and springs on the Wind River Indian Childhood and development among the Wind River Shoshone / by D. B. Shimkin Estimates of the ultimate number of oil and gas fields expected to be found in the Minnelusa Play of the. WYOMING / MAP Wind River Reservation in Wyoming Physical setting. In the early s, non-Indians be gan to enter the traditional homelands of the Sho shone Indians in what is now northwestern Wyoming. In an effort to avert the bloody conflicts erupting else where as Indian homelands were encroached upon,Cited by:
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Water Management Solutions: A Guide for Indian Tribes, we have attempted to provide information that will assist you in protecting the water resources of your reservation. As EPA and the Indian Tribes in Region 8 work side-by-side, we will continue to develop an awareness of our importance to one another. ld offices in management districts are located The Wind River Reservation in west-central Wyoming is the only reservation in the State and the home of more than 3, Indians. It is a land of great variety, ranging from level river terraces to steep mountains and is shared by two tribes of Plains Indians who once werfi bitter enemies.
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GROUND WATER RESOURCES, WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, WYOMING [McGreevy et al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. GROUND WATER RESOURCES, WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, WYOMINGAuthor: McGreevy et al.
Map showing well locations and chemical quality of ground water, Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming --Geologic map of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming --Map and sections showing drainage-problem areas in the Wind River Irrigation Project, Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming.
Series Title: Water supply of Indian reservations. Ground-water resources of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: United States Geological Survey. WATER RESOURCES OF THE WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, WYOMING By Richard L. Daddow iv WATER RESOURCES OF THE WIND RIVER RESERVATION.
FIGURES Rocks from all geologic periods except those of Silurian age are present on the reservation. Ground water, as well as springs, are present in many of these geologic units. Cited by: 5.
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Monitoring-well network and sampling design for ground-water quality, Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming v, 39 p. (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.
Geology and ground-water resources of the upper Lodgepole Creek drainage basin, Wyoming, by L.J. Bjorklund, with a section on Chemical quality of the water, by R.A.
Krieger and E.R. Jochens. 40 p. 2 pl. [Note—Geology and ground-water resources Wyoming book the lower Lodgepole Creek drainage basin, Nebraska, are described in WSP ]. Regionally, the planning area lies within the Missouri River drainage system and covers an area of approximat square miles of federal, state, and privately owned land in central and northwestern Wyoming.
Only 30%, the Wind River Indian Reservation being considered as non-private land, of the land within the planning area is privately. The Wind River Indian Reservation The Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources Figure 1 shows the area included in the basin plan.
The basin plan documents current water uses, surface and ground water availability, and projects future uses and/or demands for water based on various planning scenarios. The Wind/Bighorn. Full text of "Geology of the Owl Creek mountains, with notes on resources of adjoining regions in the ceded portion of the Shoshone Indian reservation, Wyoming" See other formats.
#I GROUND WATER RESOURCES OF THE WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION WYOMING text with slip case of maps and charts, with pp., 3 pocket maps and 15 figs. Among the pocket maps is a fold out geologic map. Price: $ (stock#WSPI).
Southwest view of Anchor Dam location before construction. Image: Knight, S.H. and Hurwita, G.,Preliminary Report on the Geology of the Anchor Dam and Reservoir Sites Hot Springs County, Wyoming: Wyoming State Geological Survey, unpublished report, Fig.
USGS Water Supply Paper I: Ground-water resources of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming. By Laurence J.
McGreevy, Warren G. Hodson, and Samuel J. Rucker, IV. Water Supply of Indian Reservations. p., 3 plates in separate hardshell plate container, 15. Summary of the ground-water resources of the Laramie River drainage basin, Wyoming, and the North Platte River drainage basin from Douglas, Wyoming, to the Wyoming-Nebraska State line, by Edward Bradley.
11 p. Taylor, O.J.,Ground-water resources of the northern Powder River valley, southeastern Montana: Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Bulle 34 p. _____, Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources--Missouri River Basin: U.S.
Geological Survey Professional Paper Q, 41 p. Wanty, R.B., and Gundersen, L.C.S.,Radionuclide concentrations in ground water from two areas in the Reading Prong, Eastern Pennsylvania, in GEORAD Conference on Geological Causes of Radionuclide Anomalies: Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
MS Book and Mineral Company USGS Water Supply Papers Catalog, # to # / GROUNDWATER RESOURCES OF THE WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, WYOMING,pb, pages, 3 plates (in separate slipcase), 15 figs., 7 tables, $ 49 Jr. / GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE SEVIER RIVER BASIN BETWEEN YUBA DAM AND LEAMINGTON. McGreevy, LJ, Hodson, WG, Rucker, SJ, IV, () Ground-water resources of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper I, p. Google Scholar McKee ED, Oriel SS, Ketner KB, MacLachlan ME, Goldsmith JW, MacLachlan JC, Mudge MR () Paleotectonic maps of the Triassic by: 6. Reconstructed Streamflows for the Headwaters of the Wind River, Wyoming, United States Article (PDF Available) in JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 45(1) - Ground-water withdrawals and changes in ground-water levels, ground-water quality, and land-surface subsidence in the Houston District, Texas / (Austin, Tex.: Dept.
of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Books and Open-File Reports [distributor], ), by James Frank Williams, C. Ranzau, Harris-Galveston Coastal. According to Nancy Pallister’s book, “only the south tip is on public land, the remaining is on the Wind River Indian Reservation, only accessed if you have a permit for the day.” I heard it’s a $10, fine for being caught without a permit.A HISTORY OF WATER LAW, WATER RIGHTS AND WATER DEVELOPMENT IN WYOMING TO Part I—The Territorial Years.
On J the Territory of Wyoming was created by the U.S. Congress partitioning off asquare mile rectangle at the southwestern edge of the huge Dakota Territory, together with some land segregated out of Nebraska, Idaho and Utah territories (see Map 1).E Availability of Ground-Water in Parts of the Acoma and Laguna G Geology and Hydrology of the Ground Water on the Ute Mountain in H Ground-Water Resources of the Southern Part of the Jicarilla Apache I Ground-Water Resources of the Wind River Indian Reservation W