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North Platte River projects, Wyoming-Nebraska

North Platte River projects, Wyoming-Nebraska

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dams -- Nebraska,
  • Dams -- Wyoming,
  • North Platte River

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Reclamation
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14914170M

    The Learn More page provides additional information relating to a wide range of topics associated with the dams and water projects featured in the itinerary. The resources are organized by state as they appear in the List of Sites. Bureau of Reclamation sites are listed first, followed by recreation information sites and finally local and state. Sep 13, - Explore visitnebraska's board "Historic Nebraska", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Nebraska, North platte and Old western movies.

    On March 14, , pursuant to the Reclamation Act of , the Secretary of the Interior authorized the North Platte Project for the construction of storage dams, diversion dams, and distribution facilities on the North Platte River to reclaim certain public and private lands within the North Platte River Valley. Wrestling for Resources. Wyoming, Nebraska and the U.S. Department of the Interior have worked for years to agree on how to manage the river to meet the needs of both wildlife and humans. of groundwater wells and hundreds of miles of irrigation canals that divert water to crops in the valleys of the North Platte and Platte rivers.

    Near Fort Laramie the Mormon Trail crosses the North Platte River. Then it generally follows the south side of the North Platte until it again crosses the river near present-day Casper, Wyoming. There the trail cuts across to meet and follow the Sweetwater River to the South Pass area. Turning southwest, the trail heads down the Big Sandy Author: William E. Hill. — The Platte River is the aorta that carries lifeblood — water — to much of Nebraska. Its South Platte and North Platte branches Pathfinder one of first reclamation projects; its.


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North Platte Decree Committee Charter. Exhibit 1: NPDC Representatives' Mailing Addresses; Exhibit 2: North Platte River Ownership and Natural Flow Accounting Procedures for Water Year ; Exhibit 3: Water Administration of the Lower Laramie River System Relating to.

The North Platte River is a major tributary of the Platte River and is approximately miles (1, km) long, counting its many curves. In a straight line, it travels about miles ( km), along its course through the U.S. states of Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska.

The head of the river is essentially all of Jackson County, Colorado, whose boundaries are the continental divide on the Mouth: Platte River. The Platte River / p l æ t / is a major river in the state of Nebraska and is about mi ( km) long. Measured to its farthest source via its tributary the North Platte River, it flows for over 1, miles (1, km).The Platte River is a tributary of the Missouri River, which itself is a tributary of the Mississippi River which flows to the Gulf of akikopavolka.com: Missouri River.

North Platte River, one of the two main arms of the Platte River, rising in north-central Colorado, U.S. It rises in several headstreams in the Medicine Bow and Park ranges and the Rabbit Ears Range and flows north into Wyoming, bends east-southeast at Casper, and continues into western Nebraska.

Great Plains Region Hydromet System for North Platte River at Wyoming-Nebraska State Line. Daily Archive Values (one value per day for the last five days of record) North Platte River at Wyoming-Nebraska State Line. Plots of Daily Archive Data Since the Beginning of the Water Year.

GD Daily Mean Gage Height (feet) HH Gage Height Shift (feet). Wyoming, Otoe County, Nebraska. Site of what was once Market Street, Wyoming, Nebraska.

Photo by Kenneth Mays. For the yearsimmigrants coming from Europe would travel from the east coast by rail while others went up the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers by boat.

North Platte River landscape includes the North Platte River channel and associated freshwater and alkaline wetlands and riparian woodlands within the valley from the upper end of Lake McConaughy to the Wyoming/Nebraska border.

It includes also the headwater reach of Pumpkin Creek. The North Platte River valley has a. Bridge over the North Platte River, Lincoln County, Nebraska. - NARA - tif 3, × 2,; MB Camp on the North Platte near the present site of Casper and the old upper crossing or Mormon crossing of the North Instance of: river.

USGS NORTH PLATTE RIVER AT WYOMING-NEBRASKA STATE LINE. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Available data for this site Click to hide station-specific text (About shift-adjusted ratings). Station operated by the USGS Wyoming Water Science Center.

environmental protection acency office of enforcement report on water quality investigations north platte river basin torrington,wyoming-to-bayard,nebraska national field investigations center-denver akikopavolka.comdo and region vii kansas akikopavolka.com april In this original action we revisit the dispute among Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, and the United States over water rights to the North Platte River.

Inthis Court entered a decree establishing interstate priorities on the North Platte and apportioning the natural flow of one critical portion of the river during the irrigation season. North Platte River Basin from Guernsey Dam to the Wyoming-Nebraska state line and including the Horse Creek drainage downstream of the Fort Laramie Canal.

Upper Laramie River Basin- Upstream of Wheatland Irrigation District’s Tunnel no. 2, and including the Wheatland Irrigation District. by the North Platte Project. As Table reveals, the three major Wyoming USBR projects on the river are the North Platte, Kendrick, and Glendo (Water and Power Resources Service ).

The North Platte Project extends river miles from near Guernsey, Wyoming, to Bridgeport, Nebraska. The city of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, is lo-Cited by: Papio-Missouri River NRD staff flew the river that day and noticed an ice jam along the Platte River extending approximately miles from just south of the extension of Q street.

Significant flooding occurred between Saunders County Roads K and L. Some homes along the. Initiating this original action inNebraska petitioned the Court for an enforcement order and injunctive relief under the decree's "reopener" provision, alleging that Wyoming was violating or threatening to violate the decree by virtue of developments on two North Platte tributaries, Deer Creek and the Laramie River, and objecting to HTML version WordPerfect version: HTML version.

WYOMING'S WATER RESOURCES WYOMING WATER BASINS. Wyoming is situated astride the Continental Divide, and as a result provides the headwaters for four major river basins in the western United States.

These major river basins are the Missouri-Mississippi, Green-Colorado, Snake-Columbia, and Great Salt Lake. The Platte River: Nebraska’s Lifeline Originating high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and Wyoming, The North Platte and South Platte Rivers come together near North Platte, Nebraska forming the Platte River.

Flowing east across the state, the Platte delivers water that irrigates crops, fills reservoirs, sustains livestock, recharges the groundwater, floats boats, cools powerplants.

The Platte river begins at the junction of the North Platte and South Platte rivers (near the city of North Platte, Nebraska) and flows east miles ( kilometers) through central Nebraska into the Missouri river, which in turn flows into the Mississippi river.

Sep 10, - Explore sandhillsjourne's board "Nebraska National Forest" on Pinterest. See more ideas about National forest, Nebraska and North platte.

General Contractors National Forest Iowa Construction Connie Francis Nursery North Platte Missouri River Projects. Vintage "Pippi Longstocking" book This was always my favorite book as.

Update on North Platte River Valley. Canal Irrigation System. SOURCE: University of Nebraska-Lincoln "Cropwatch" 9/13/19 Irrigation has resumed for growers along the Goshen/Gering-Ft Laramie irrigation canal, a diversion of the North Platte River from the Whalen Diversion Dam.Platte River Writing Retreat and Marathon Hangin’, Chillin’, and Rollin’ at the Platte River Writing Retreat and Marathon September, Story by Jeff Grinvalds.

Owen Lake from Chokecherry Cabins --photos by Kate Brooke, Laura Bartels, Jeff Grinvalds and Diana Weis.The trappers trail and the Cheyenne/Deadwood train both etended north from Fort Laramie through Cottonwood draw.

WPHPA was able to locate the Ten Mile state station in the draw. In the same area cattle purchased from a herd from the nearby Texas trail .