The Duchesne Watershed (HUC 14060003) is located in northeastern Utah and covers an area of approximately 1,690 square miles. The hydrology of the area is dominated by the Duchesne River, which flows from the Uinta Mountains and through the watershed before eventually joining the Green River. The watershed experiences a significant snowpack in the winter, which contributes to the surface water flow during the spring and summer months. The Duchesne River also feeds several reservoirs in the area, including the Strawberry Reservoir, which is one of the largest reservoirs in the state. Interesting climatic facts and trends include the fact that the area experiences a semi-arid climate with low precipitation and high evaporation rates, and that there has been a trend of decreasing precipitation in the region over the past few decades. Additionally, rising temperatures may be impacting snowpack levels and contributing to decreased water availability in the watershed.