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Questions or concerns about USGS data and data products in Wyoming and Montana can be directed to the Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center Data Management Section.

UPDATED July 25, 2022: Funding has been provided to continue operating the following stations through the end of this water year, but they are scheduled to be discontinued on September 30, 2022 if alternative funding can not be secured:
  • 06278300 Shell Creek above Shell Creek Reservoir
  • 06280300 South Fork Shosone River near Valley, WY
The following stations are part of a short-term project and are scheduled to be discontinued on September 30, 2022 if alternative funding can not be secured.
  • 13012465 Liedy Creek at mouth, near Moran, WY
  • 13012475 South Fork Spread Creek at mouth, near Moran, WY

Please contact the Wyoming-Montana Science Center for more information.

USGS 06279940 NORTH FORK SHOSHONE RIVER AT WAPITI, WY

PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

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Station Manuscript Flood Tracking - Stage Flood Tracking - Discharge Gage-height Corrections Base Rating Shifted Rating
(About shift-adjusted ratings).
Note: This gage was relocated on August 30, 2022 and gage height is referenced to new datum. Gage heights prior to August 30, 2022, including historic maximums, are not comparable.
Station operated by the USGS Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center as part of the Federal Priority Streamgages network.
Leaving USGS: National Weather Service forecast. U.S. Coast Guard Boating safety tips.
This station managed by the Riverton Field Unit.

Available Parameters Period of Record
  
1989-10-01  2022-09-30







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