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WYOSEO Consumptive Use Analysis
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Docket Number:
Fill in Yellow Cells
1AftonAlbinAltaArvadaBasinBedfordBig PineyBorderBoysenBuffaloCasper
Centennial
Cheyenne
Chugwater
CodyColony
Double Four R.
DouglasDubois
Encampment
EvanstonFarson
Ft.Washakie
GilletteGlenrock
Green River
JacksonKaycee
Kemmerer
LaGrange
Lk Yellowstone
LanderLaramieLovellLusk
Moorcroft
Medicine Bow
MidwestMoranMorrisey
Muddy Gap
Newcastle
Pathfinder
Pine Bluffs
PinedalePowellRawlins
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Historic Use:Alfalfa Hay1Afton144Alfalfa Hay15.0625.2614.4427.6634.5914.31618.3432.5224.7729.3318.0224.3225.6227.7526.5820.7827.8116.3620.6322.4619.4622.1924.2930.6728.8715.3225.5119.0822.588.7826.1421.6131.7725.2522.5830.672413.1431.0327.0327.2929.6426.2313.9632.0424.24
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Location:#N/A
Day Avg Growing Season
Pasture Grass and Grass Hay
2Albin191
Pasture Grass and Grass Hay
14.0823.4913.4425.8932.7213.3415.0617.2430.6423.227.5816.8222.6623.926.0924.8319.3826.1115.3819.2821.1418.3520.8322.6628.8127.2714.3423.8917.9720.988.1424.5920.2729.9823.6321.1928.7822.4512.2629.125.4825.4727.9524.3613.0930.2222.81
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Historic Crop Type:Moutain Meadow Hay3Alta156
Moutain Meadow Hay
18.4117.9617.5619.3722.1121.0423.219.7224.0125.8523.2318.5923.0110.862426.0916.2917.0527.85
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Lawn Grass4Arvada190Lawn Grass15.2521.6514.9123.9930.7914.4816.3918.7728.6621.4725.6817.8720.8822.124.2822.9819.8324.216.6820.5222.319.8721.2120.7825.8627.815.4222.1119.719.38.8122.7820.6528.121.7722.3326.7922.9513.4127.1225.9723.5826.0222.4914.1628.3624.12
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Spring Grains5Basin204
Spring Grains
10.3511.569.5212.717.619.8511.4712.5716.6111.8814.0910.4611.4711.9713.5712.1611.2313.6311.3912.4514.213.3113.3411.4214.4416.9710.8512.1612.710.2513.4312.2316.0711.7614.1814.4512.729.2614.0515.6712.4314.4212.1210.3115.6515.1
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Lands Historically Irrigated: Acres
AcresWinter Wheat6Bedford143
Winter Wheat
12.6313.8319.3510.4713.4317.8812.8514.9612.6613.0914.6913.0914.5311.9613.313.9512.2915.3213.113.4311.114.0817.6112.2615.0615.3913.571516.3913.5515.3613.4417.2415.96
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Mean CIR:#N/A
Inches/Year
Corn7Big Piney141Corn 18.5120.9124.4623.9519.0222.7517.6518.6120.9120.3121.9618.4919.2723.3819.7217.0821.0422.7920.1323.6318.623.2419.9823.1818.1822.61
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Permitted Diversion / year#N/A
Acre-Feet/Year
Dry Beans8Border156Dry Beans 13.0218.2317.8112.313.0915.3216.0313.8317.1912.415.7817.0714.4612.5916.74
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CIR/YR#N/A
= Acre-Feet of Consumptive Use available for Change
Potatoes9Boysen200Potatoes 15.3221.1920.7114.6515.5517.8416.0214.4318.2819.7614.9119.43
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Annual Return Flow#N/A
=Acre-Feet of Return Flow
Sugar Beets10Buffalo192Sugar Beets 19.9826.8626.1319.0920.2222.419.7918.4322.6725.0619.8624.7
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11Casper196
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Proposed Use: (Reservoir Storage and Supply)
012
Centennial
159
est. evap rates
404332454540394543.2945455046443838424535474644.53747.742.546.234.545424234385143393947423440444042.5433637.536.2
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Reservoir Surface AreaAcres013
Cheyenne
190avg precip7.4912.779.539.154.148.224.475.967.049.567.957.2710.8411.287.2511.6010.618.805.297.794.824.128.3011.379.174.726.148.854.7812.108.928.426.665.1611.389.895.759.458.3410.066.4011.226.3712.576.005.384.73
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Reservoir CapacityAcre-Feet014
Chugwater
181
Based on Hist. irr. Period only
Average Precip numbers derived from Pochop Report WWRC Publication #92-06 except for month of March which have been entered from Wester Regional Climate Center Database.
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1 Annual Fill Shortage#N/AAcre-Feet
Additional amount of water needed for project
015Cody191
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016Colony196
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Proposed Use: (Reservoir Storage and Flow-Through Supply)
017
Double Four R.
186
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Est. Annual Net Evaporation Rate
#N/A
Inches/Year (Estmated Evap minus Precip)
018Douglas186
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Flow Through Rate 0.00
CFS needed to turnover Res. In 30 days
019Dubois145
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Flow Through Volume#N/A
Acre-Feet needed For Flow Through annually (within historic use period)
020
Encampment
168
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1 Ann. Fill plus flow through#N/A
Acre-Feet annually within historic use period (overcomes evap loss)
021Evanston155
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Evaporation Loss/Yr#N/AAcre-Feet22Farson149
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Net Evap Loss/Yr#N/AAcre-Feet23
Ft.Washakie
184
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24Gillette187
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Shortage #N/AAcre-Feet#N/A
CFS Needed to Fulfill Use w/in Historic Use Period
25Glenrock186
28
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Green River
175
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Proposed Use: (Change of Use)
27Jackson139
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Flow rate available to Change Use
#N/ACFS =#N/Agpm28Kaycee192
31
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Kemmerer
154
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30LaGrange195
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Additional Acreage to meet31
Lk Yellowstone
138
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Storage and Supply:#N/AAcres
for a total of:
#N/AAcresRev. 6.6 - 11/15/201832Lander188
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Storage, Supply and Flow Through:
#N/AAcres
for a total of:
#N/AAcres
Report Generated on:
9/20/202133Laramie171
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34Lovell197
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35Lusk185
38
36
Moorcroft
185
39
37
Medicine Bow
160
40
38Midwest196
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39Moran136
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40Morrisey203
43
41
Muddy Gap
180
44
42
Newcastle
201
45
43
Pathfinder
188
46
44
Pine Bluffs
195
47
45Pinedale132
48
46Powell205
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47Rawlins166
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48Redbird191
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49Riverton184
52
50
Rock Springs
177
53
51Sage155
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52Saratoga170
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53Seminoe168
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54Sheridan190
57
55
South Pass
122
58
56
Suindance
181
59
57sunshine172
60
58
Ten Sleep
202
61
59
thermopolis
198
62
60
Torrington
201
63
61
Tower Falls
156
64
62Upton195
65
63
Wamsutter
167
66
64Weston 193
67
65
Whalen Dam
200
68
66
Wheatland
203
69
67Worland196
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100