Wyoming Basin physiographic province

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Wyoming Basin
The Wyoming Basin (17) includes the Great Divide Basin.
The Wyoming Basin (17) includes the Great Divide Basin.
Coordinates: 42°31′24″N 109°39′09″W / 42.523422°N 109.652504°W / 42.523422; -109.652504Coordinates: 42°31′24″N 109°39′09″W / 42.523422°N 109.652504°W / 42.523422; -109.652504
LocationWyoming, United States

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:

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