Abstract While several kinds of hydrologic studies are commonly made, high-flow studies are the most numerous. A survey of organizations making hydrologic studies in Wyoming shows that most organizations make high-flow studies, while low-flow and water availability studies are made by only one-half of those organizations. Several models of runoff are in existence, with most of them being developed. Numerous methods of estimating streamflow are used, which points to the need for more streamflow observations; but economic limitations on data collection require that estimations continue to be made.
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