Asking Big Questions About Hydrology in One Little Watershed
Square solar panels congregate on weathered tree stumps in a small open area in the Medicine Bow National Forest.
The Rancher Who Wished for a Beaver
“They’re really beneficial, to get the shrubs in, get the water up.”
Water is Life
I was fortunate to grow up on the banks of Trout Creek, one of the many streams winding its way out of the Wind River Mountains onto mile-high flatlands and eventually to the lower elevations of the Big Wind River, if you consider 4,000 to 5,000 feet to be low.
Upstream Efficiencies Mean Less Water For Downstream Users in Nebraska’s Panhandle
On a warm summer morning in western Nebraska, 77-year-old farmer Bob Busch stood next to a sugar beet field in a worn denim shirt
A Hi-Resolution Hydrologic Model Peers into the Future of Western Water
Inside the University of Wyoming’s 3-D visualization cave, winter is coming.
Underground Storage Could Help Cities Sustain Water Supplies
In 2009 Lytle Water Solutions, LLC, a geology consulting firm, constructed a small, rectangular basin in a groundwater well field outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Encampment River Case Study
A front loader picks up massive boulders as if they are pebbles. A bulldozer shoves rocks into a mound. High-pitched beeps ebb and flow as the machinery works back and forth.