Wyoming Basin physiographic province

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Not to be confused with Great Divide Basin.
Wyoming Basin
physiographic province
US west coast physiographic regions map.jpg
The Wyoming Basin (17) includes the Great Divide Basin.
Country United States
State Wyoming
Part of Rocky Mountain System

The Wyoming Basin physiographic province is a geographic area through which the Continental Divide of the Americas traverses. The province includes the Washakie Basin[1] and Great Divide Basins, and is demarcated by the following:

External images
Wyoming Basins

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Select Area of Interest". Wyoming Stratigraphy. Wyoming State Geological Survey. Retrieved 2010-04-24.  (Great Basin Divide, Washakie Basin)

Coordinates: 42°31′24″N 109°39′09″W / 42.523422°N 109.652504°W / 42.523422; -109.652504