Assessing flow alteration and channel enlargement due to dam management at Hog Park Creek, Wyoming
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As part of a complex water exchange agreement, Little Snake River water is piped through the Continental Divide and released into Hog Park Creek to replace over-appropriated North Platte River piped to Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Little Snake River water, in addition to native flows, has used Hog Park Creek as a conduit since the 1960s. As a result, Hog Park Creek has continued to enlarge. This study assesses flow alterations and channel enlargement at Hog Park Creek due to dam management. To assess flow alterations at Hog Park Creek without a pre-dam daily flow record, the Precipitation-Runoff ...