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The Water Resources Data System is a clearinghouse of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming. The Image Mapping Service for the Powder River Basin water resource data can display information by geologic column, geologic cross section, retrieve water surface points by HUC, and retrieve points by township and range.
WRDS Water and Climate Map Server for Wyoming is an interaactive map viewer of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming. The Water Resources Data System is a clearinghouse of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming. The Climatology Data consists of queryable roadway weather information through the Wyoming DOT; tables and graphs of monthly precipitation normals and totals by water year; and maps and graphs of percent snow equivelants from the NRCS.
The Commission regulates eleven natural gas utilities that provide retail gas service to Wyoming customers. These natural gas utilities range in size from relatively small companies serving only a couple hundred Wyoming customers to large, multi-state gas companies who have a Wyoming customer base of over 70,000 customers.
The Commission regulates four investor owned electric utilities that operate in Wyoming. In addition, the Commission also has regulatory authority over eighteen retail rural electric cooperatives that provide electric service within the state.
This web site was made available through the support of Burlington Resources Inc. They provided the funding for the development of the educational and interactive pages as well as the historic research and content. They also provided funding for the physical assessment of the trail using Geographic Information System (GIS) technologies to improve the management of cultural resources in the State of Wyoming.
The Commission's web site offers regularly updated information about telecommunications regulatory activities in Wyoming at: http://psc.state.wy.us
Most of the annual streamflow in the western United States originates as snowfall that has accumulated in the mountains during the winter and early spring. As the snowpack accumulates, hydrologists estimate the runoff that will occur when it melts. Measurements of snow water equivalent at selected manual snow courses and automated SNOTEL sites, along with precipitation, antecedent streamflow, and indices of the El Ni?o / Southern Oscillation are used in computerized statistical and simulation models to prepare runoff forecasts. These forecasts are coordinated between hydrologists in the Natural Resources Conservation Service and the National Weather Service. Unless otherwise specified, all forecasts are for flows...
NOTE: RESTRICTED DATA. Contact the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality for access http://deq.state.wy.us/wqd/. This database contains information on over 900 public water supplies in Wyoming, including location data (some locations collected with GPS), and enforcement and compliance tracking related to regulation compliance to the Safe Drinking Water Act. The database was compiled in dBase format, containing latitude and longitude fields which allows it to be easily converted by a GIS into a spatial database. It is currently distributed in ArcView shapefile and ARC/INFO coverage export format, though these versions may not be as up-to-date as the database in dBase format. Contact Wyoming's Dept. of Environmental...