Welcome to the Upper Missouri River Conditions Tool

This visualizer was built in collaboration with USFWS Region 6 Science Applications.

Watch the video below for an overview of the tool’s features and how to use it, or follow this link to jump directly to the tool. For information on embedding the tool on your own website, scroll to the bottom of this page.

How to embed the River Conditions Tool on a website

Copy and paste the following iFrame code into the page where you’d like to display the River Conditions Tool.


<iframe width="100%" height="100%" src="https://uppermissouriheadwaters.org/UMHW_RiverConditions/index.html" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="" overflow:"scroll"></iframe>

Filter by Watershed

If you’d like to display information from a specific watershed, append the following to the end of the src URL:

  • Beaverhead: ?H2O_ID=Beaverhead
  • Big Hole: ?H2O_ID=Big%20Hole
  • Boulder: ?H2O_ID=Boulder
  • Broadwater: ?H2O_ID=Broadwater
  • Lower Gallatin: ?H2O_ID=Lower%20Gallatin
  • Upper Gallatin: ?H2O_ID=Upper%20Gallatin
  • Jefferson: ?H2O_ID=Jefferson
  • Madison: ?H2O_ID=Madison
  • Ruby: ?H2O_ID=Ruby

Make sure that it is included directly after .html, and before the double quotation marks. See below for an example.

Use Alternate Header

The Alternate Header strips out information about the watershed groups working in the area from the top. If you’d like to embed the tool with the alternate header, append the following to the URL:


Example: Filtered by Watershed with Alternate Header

Here’s an example of the iFrame code filtered out to the Broadwater watershed, with the alternate header.


<iframe width="100%" height="100%" src="https://uppermissouriheadwaters.org/UMHW_RiverConditions/index.html?H2O_ID=Broadwater&UseAlternateHeader=TRUE" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="" overflow:"scroll"></iframe>