Irrigation along the North Platte River began as early as 1875. Streams are the principal source of irrigation water; however, ground water is used to supplement surface-water irrigation supplies.
A Concept Of The Shallow Ground-Water System Along The North Platte River, South-Central Wyoming
Marvin A. CristWestern Research Institute
U.S. Geological Survey
Western Research Institute, Coal Gasification Collection
Western Research Institute
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