The U.S. Geological Survey and organizations of the State of Utah have had cooperative agreements for the systematic collection of streamflow records sonce 1909, for ground-water levels since 1935, and for water-quality records since 1941. Organizations that assisted in collecting data through cooperative agreement with the Geological Survey are:

Department of Natural Resources
Division of Water Rights
Division of Water Resources
Bear River Commission
Salt Lake County Flood Control
Weber Basin Water Conservancy District
Ogden River Water Users
Weber River Water Users
Central Utah Water Conservancy District
Nephi City
Kane County Water Conservancy District
Davis County Public Works
Washington County Water Conservancy District
Centerville City

Assistance in the form of funds was given by the Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of the Interior, in collecting data at 17 gaging stations. Records for nine gaging stations in Idaho in the Bear River basin and eight in Utah were collected by Pacificorp under Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license.

Other district offices of the Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, obtained the records listed below:

Colorado District --
Colorado River near Colorado-Utah State line
Green River near Jensen, UT

Wyoming District --
Bear river at Evanston, Wy
Blacks Fork near Robertson, Wy
Green River near Green River, Wy