All point features representing NRCS SNOTEL (SNOwpack TELemetry) sites for the State of Wyoming. One attribute field provides a URL link to that station's data web page. This data orginated from NRCS Casper, Wyoming Office and were generalized to the nearest 100th decimal degrees.
Aid with climate studies, air and water quality investigations, and resource management concerns are all served by the modern SNOTEL network. The high-elevation watershed locations and the broad coverage of the network provide important data collection opportunities to researchers, water managers, and emergency managers for natural disasters such as floods.
1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 4008
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Internal feature number.
Name of site
Elevation in feet
NRCS ID value
Link to website with real time data
This data are made up of normal point features devired from Lat / Long descriptions.
This data layer covers the entire state of Wyoming. These data do NOT include manual snow survey locations
All attributes orginating from the NRCS were assumed correct. The only added attribute URL was populated with links and checked by looking for duplications in this field.
Latitude and Longitude fields were rounded to the nearest 100th of a degree and then used to produce each point.
Provided table containing Lat/Long, Elevation, Name, and site ID
Created point features from Latitude and Longitude fields. Data in these fields were rounded to the nearest 100th degree