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  Wyoming - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 1869 Wyoming extended suffrage to women, at least partially in an attempt to garner enough voters to be admitted as a state.
Wyoming sports the lowest population density of the continental 48 states; however, non-contiguous Alaska's is lower.
According to the Census Bureau, as of 2003, the population of Wyoming was estimated at 501,242.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /wyoming.htm   (541 words)

 Wyoming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Wyoming was also the first state in the Union to elect a woman governor, Nellie Tayloe Ross in 1925 see List of Wyoming Governors.
The Wind River Range in the west central part of the state is remote and also has the highest peak Gannett Peak, in the state.
Wyoming sports the lowest population of any state and the lowest population density of the continental 48 states; however, non-contiguous Alaska's population density is lower, although its total population is higher.
www.newlenox.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Wyoming   (730 words)

 World Almanac for Kids
WYOMING, one of the Mountain states of the U.S., bounded on the N by Montana; on the E by South Dakota and Nebraska; on the S by Colorado and Utah; and on the W by Utah, Idaho, and Montana.
Wyoming, with an area of 253,349 sq km (97,818 sq mi), is the tenth largest state in the U.S.; 46.5% of the land area is owned by the federal government.
According to the 2000 census, Wyoming had 493,782 inhabitant, an increase of 8.9% over 1990; however, the previous census showed a decrease of 3.4% from 1980, while during the 1970s Wyoming was one of the fastest-growing states in the country.
www.worldalmanacforkids.com /explore/states/wyoming.html   (3138 words)

 Gallatin River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Gallatin River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 120 mi (193 km long), in the U.S. states of Wyoming and Montana.
It is one of three rivers, along with the Jefferson and Madison that converge near Three Forks, Montana to form the Missouri.
It rises in the northwest corner Yellowstone National Park, in northwestern Wyoming, in the Gallatin Range of the Rocky Mountains.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gallatin_River   (126 words)

 Tongue River (Montana) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Tongue River is a tributary of the Yellowstone, approximately 265 mi (426 km) long, in the U.S. states of Wyoming and Montana.
At the Battle of the Tongue River, Brigadier General Patrick Edward Connor routed an Indian force along the river on August 29, 1865.
Then on August 4, 1873, the river was again the site of an engagement between the U.S. Cavalry under George Armstrong Custer and the Sioux, prior to the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
www.northmiami.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Tongue_River_(Montana)   (195 words)

 National Rivers: Wyoming River Law, on river conservation, river access, paddling, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, ...
Rivers cannot be closed or partially closed to appease adjacent landowners, or to appease people who want to dedicate the river to fishing only, or to make life easier for local law enforcement agencies.
But rivers that are navigable for title purposes are public land up to the ordinary high water mark, so that even when the river runs dry, people still have the right to walk along the bed of the river.
The National Rivers Website and the Rivers of Wyoming section are made possible by the generosity of the members of the National Organization for Rivers (NORS.) To start or extend your membership, go to NORS Memberships.
www.adventuresports.com /river/nors/states/wy-law.htm   (1373 words)

 Powder River (Montana) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Powder River is a a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately 375 mi (603 km) long in the southeastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming in the United States.
The Powder River was so named because the sand along a portion of its banks resembled gunpowder.
The Powder River Basin near the Montana/Wyoming border is a major source of coal mined in the United States.
www.kernersville.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Powder_River_(Montana)   (248 words)

 CNN.com - Sci-Tech - Rivers feel heat as U.S. energy demand rises - April 11, 2001
"This is not a list of the nation's worst rivers, it is a list of rivers that are in danger," Wodder said.
Topping the list is the Missouri River, where the Army Corps of Engineers is considering changing the way it operates dams on the river.
River number five, the Powder River in Wyoming, is in the middle of a big drilling boom for a kind of natural gas called coal bed methane.
archives.cnn.com /2001/TECH/science/04/11/american.rivers   (692 words)

 Wyoming Climate Atlas
Wyoming's life and property losses due to severe weather are among the lowest in the country.
Fortunately, Wyoming lies west of "tornado alley" and the frequency and intensity of tornadoes are greatly diminished in comparison.
The average length of a tornado in Wyoming is 3.05 miles with an average width of 79 yards.
www.wrds.uwyo.edu /wrds/wsc/climateatlas/severe_weather.html   (3640 words)

 Wyoming Outdoor Council: News Release: Wyoming's Top Five Most Impaired Rivers for 2003
Wyoming Outdoor Council has identified five Wyoming waters whose cleanup or protection needs to be addressed, but where progress has been lacking.
While this may be the longest stretch of river anywhere in the state that is impaired, information regarding the sources and areal extent of the problem do not appear to be readily available, despite years of continuing pollution.
The Bear River is listed as impaired for sediment pollution from Woodruff Narrows Reservoir upstream to Sulphur Creek.
www.wyomingoutdoorcouncil.org /news/releases/docs/2003-10-23.php   (943 words)

 Articles - Whitewater   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Rivers in the eastern section of the United States are usually considered "technical," which means that due to lesser water volume, rafters and kayakers must often direct their craft through boulder-strewn sections of river, through narrow channels and shoals.
Western rafters also navigate many small, low volume rivers, some with much steeper descents than eastern rivers; however, since the mountains are newer in the west, the hazard from undercut rocks, a problem in the east, is replaced by more frequent log jams precipitated by logging activities near the rivers.
Rivers are almost all private and access must be agreed with all of the riparian owners (the owners of the land either side of the river) and the owners of the fishing rights, otherwise canoeing or kayaking there is trespass (although landowners can do little other than tell trespassers to leave their property).
www.lastring.com /articles/Whitewater   (3396 words)

 Colorado River tops 2004 list of endangered rivers
The river wanders 1,500 miles from the peaks of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, snaking across Utah, Arizona, Nevada and California before flowing into the Gulf of Baja in Mexico, although in most years it is little more than a trickle when it reaches its delta.
The Big Sunflower River in Mississippi, which was the most endangered river last year because of an Army Corps of Engineers pumping and dredging project that the group said would destroy wetlands and stir up toxins in the river bed, was No. 2 on the group's list.
American Rivers, a Washington-based nonprofit conservation group, says the rivers on the list are not necessarily the ones with the worst chronic problems, but those they say are most in peril because of toxic chemicals, severe water shortages and other problems.
www.uswaternews.com /archives/arcquality/4colorive5.html   (443 words)

 Missouri dropped from list of most-endangered rivers - billingsgazette.com
The conservation group American Rivers, which issued the list Thursday, is suing the federal government to return the Missouri to a seasonal ebb and flow to improve habitat for birds and fish.
Both are blamed by American Rivers for the plight of dwindling populations of two shorebirds, the piping plover and least tern, and the pallid sturgeon.
American Rivers is among several groups seeking to force the changes in a lawsuit against the corps and the Wildlife Service, filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
www.billingsgazette.com /index.php?id=1&display=rednews/2003/04/11/build/local/72-missouri.inc   (520 words)

 NORTH PLATTE RIVER FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The North Platte River is a tributary of the Platte_River, approximately 680 mi (1,094 km) long, in the U.S._states of Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska.
On the north end of the range it is joined by the Medicine_Bow_River in the Seminoe_Reservoir, then by the Sweetwater River in the Pathfinder_Reservoir.
It flows southeast across the plains of eastern Wyoming, past the town of Douglas and the Fort_Laramie_National_Historic_Site, where it is joined by the Laramie_River.
www.brolgas.com /North_Platte_River   (403 words)

 Geobop's Wyoming Facts! (Geobopological Survey)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A glance at Wyoming's state seal is a reminder of the importance of mining.
In 1998, Wyoming's top five agricultural products were cattle ($599 million), hay ($49 million), sugar beets (8th in the nation at $42 million), sheep ($30 million) and wheat ($20 million).
Wyoming was a wilderness frontier far removed from the Civil War.
www.geobop.com /world/NA/US/WY/Facts   (1176 words)

 Cheyenne Indians -- Recommendations and Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Cheyenne River is a tributary of the Missouri River in the U.S. states of Wyoming and South Dakota.
It rises in northeastern Wyoming in the Thunder Basin National Grassland in northeastern Converse County.
It is joined by Rapid Creek, passes Wasta and is joined by the Belle Fourche River in eastern Meade County, after which it flows ENE along the southern boundary of the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation.
www.becomingapediatrician.com /health/31/cheyenne-indians.html   (1259 words)

 CNN.com - Study: Missouri tops endangered rivers - April 2, 2002
Environmental group American Rivers says the health and future of the Missouri River is at a critical stage.
American Rivers' president, Rebecca Wodder, says the Army Corps of Engineers -- which operates dams in the river -- is "draining the life" out of the Missouri in an effort to maintain a "trickle" of barge traffic.
The second river on the list -- the Big Sunflower in Mississippi -- also highlights the long-standing conflict between environmentalists and the Corps of Engineers.
archives.cnn.com /2002/TECH/science/04/02/endangered.rivers   (416 words)

 Wild Wyoming Gourmet Western On-Line Food Store   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Shoshone and Arapahoe warriors who lived in the Wind River Mountains used to have to hunt down a buffalo, skin it, clean it, cut it up and wait for days until it had been smoked just right and was ready to eat.
Their success reflects the high quality that they demand in the many smoked meats, jams, jellies sauces and mustards that are made in their back shop.
Retreat to the lodge and gather your strength, for tomorrow new conquests await in Wyoming.
www.wildwyo.com   (704 words)

 96 Northwest Rivers make Most Endangered List, Lewiston Tribune
The Klamath River, where 33,000 salmon were found dead last year amid chronically law water flows, has moved up to second on a list of the nation's most endangered rivers.
The Snake River, with threatened and endangered salmon and steelhead runs and an ongoing private hydropower relicensing effort, was eighth on the list.
The Klamath and other rivers listed by the environmental group are not necessarily the nation's most polluted, Eckl said, but are the ones most in peril because of severe water shortages and other problems.
www.bluefish.org /nwrivers.htm   (695 words)

 Mon, Allegheny put on group's list of 10 most endangered rivers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"To make the list there has to be an imminent threat, and that's there because of the additional acid mine drainage threatening to break out of all those abandoned mines," said Sara Nicholas, director of American Rivers' mid-Atlantic field office in Harrisburg.
According to the group's endangered rivers report, scheduled for release today, failure to reauthorize the federal trust fund, which is financed by royalties paid by mining companies, will short-circuit mine drainage treatment efforts and increase the amount of pollution reaching the two rivers from thousands of abandoned mines.
Nicholas said the rivers were nominated and listed together at No. 5 on the list of endangered rivers because they are "mirror images" of the abandoned mine drainage threat.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/04105/300663.stm   (781 words)

 Hudson on List of "Most Troubled Rivers" -- by the Half Moon Press
American Rivers, a Washington D.C.-based environmental organization, named the Hudson River No. 4 on its annual list of rivers facing the most immediate and severe environmental threats.
The Hudson River flows through 315 miles of mountains, forests, wetlands, and towns before reaching New York City and the Atlantic Ocean.
In releasing its annual America's Most Endangered Rivers report, American Rivers said, "Tremendous damage to rivers across the country could be reduced or avoided by increasing efforts to use energy efficiently, produce conventional energy responsibly, and expand the supply of energy from clean and renewable sources."
www.hudsonriver.com /halfmoonpress/stories/0501trou.htm   (652 words)

 Rivers That Flow North   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
And even in an era where traveling by river is uncommon we speak of "downriver" and "upriver", and we know that "upriver" (or "up the creek") means against the current, while downriver, with the current, is much easier going.
For a good example of a large, famous river that loops around in all sorts of directions, look closely at a map of the Ohio River, which flows mainly west-southwest for 981 miles from Pittsburgh until it meets the Mississippi at Cairo, Illinois.
Other north-flowing rivers in that area are the Unare and Cuyuni, the Magdalena in Colombia, the Berbice and Essequibo rivers in Guyana, the Corantyne or Corantin on the border between Guyana and Suriname, the Mana in French Guyana.
www.geocities.com /loisnotlane/rivers.html   (3905 words)

 Wyoming maps and information page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Once the exclusive land of prehistoric creatures, nomadic hunters and American Indians tribes, Wyoming truely defines the rugged outdoors with a natural beauty second to none.
The great state of Wyoming is visited by over 8 million tourists annually, and its a magnet for all lovers of the outdoors.
Wyoming is the second highest state in the United States, and because of that elevation, conditions are normally on the dry side.
www.worldatlas.com /webimage/countrys/namerica/usstates/wy.htm   (877 words)

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After acquiring Two Rivers, Wisconsin personal trainer certification status it is easier to get a job as a fitness instructor in a gym as you can formally prove your skills with your personal trainer certificate.
The Two Rivers, Wisconsin personal trainer must adhere to the contract signed with the client and is bound to act honestly and in a trustworthy manner with the client at all times.
There might be many personal training certifications in Two Rivers, Wisconsin that are available and are too theoretical and shed little to no light on the manner in which the exercises should be executed.
www.expertrating.com /Fitness/Wisconsin/Two-Rivers-Personal-Trainer-Certification.asp   (1233 words)

 Urban Entomology [Ebeling Chap. 9 part 3] Pests Attacking Mand and His Pets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
T'he "Colorado type" of tick fever is caused by a virus, and is known to occur in western Canada and in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, California, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, and South Dakota.
Louseborne relapsing fever and tickborne relapsing fever are both caused by spirochetes of the genus Borrelia, and they cannot be distinguished with certainty on the basis of clinical manifestations.
It is reasonable to suppose that the isolation resulting from the burrow- or den-infecting habits of argasid ticks may have led to the development of different strains of a single pathogen.
www.entomology.ucr.edu /ebeling/ebel9-3.html   (19692 words)

 National Rivers: Links for Wyoming, on river recreation, whitewater, paddling, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, ...
National Rivers: Links for Wyoming, on river recreation, whitewater, paddling, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, fly-fishing, Wyoming river conservation and river access, and Wyoming river law.
These listings are assembled as a public service, using postings from individuals.
To announce a new book or video about rivers in Wyoming, get it listed here by posting it to the River Rendezvous as shown below, and also send a message to the NORS Resource Center by using the Comment section of the Resource Center Order Form.
www.nationalrivers.org /states/wy-links.htm   (238 words)

My Giant Panda Stamps page lists some postage stamps which depict this remarkable bear whose existence in the wild is threatened.
Don't Shoot That Bigfoot by Bob Ellison reports that King County, Washington officials have listed Bigfoot as a protected species and placed it on a wetlands inventory list.
Cryptolist is a moderated mailing list for those interested in cryptozoology.
www.pibburns.com /cryptozo.htm   (8311 words)

 Wyoming - Places to Vacation - Where 2havefun - Recreational Activities - Hotels - Wyoming
With bears, buffalo, elk, wolves, moose, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, bobcats, not to mention lots and lots of cattle, Wyoming is full of four-legged creatures that can make your visit a memorable one.
That's a good thing, because the people of Wyoming, as nice as they are, can sometimes seem the most endangered species around: Fewer humans live in Wyoming than in any other state in the U.S. The pronghorn alone have them outnumbered.
The terrain the animals tread is an attraction in its own right: The state is blessed with two of the country's most spectacular national parks, Yellowstone and Grand Teton.
wyoming.2havefun.com   (773 words)

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