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Trends in snow water equivalent in Rocky Mountain National Park and the northern Front Range of Colorado, USA
Contributor:Patterson, Glenn G.
The seasonal snowpack in Rocky Mountain National Park and the northern Front Range of Colorado, USA, within 50 km of the park, is undergoing changes that will pose challenges for water providers, natural resource managers, ...
Ensemble-based analysis of Front Range severe convection on 6-7 June 2012 : forecast uncertainty and communication of weather information to Front Range decision-makers
The variation of topography in Colorado not only adds to the beauty of its landscape, but also tests our ability to predict warm season severe convection. Deficient radar coverage and limited observations make quantitative ...
Economic Effects of Oil and Gas Development on Child Health in Colorado
Contributor:Ekoh, Susan S.
The oil and gas industry is a huge contributor to the economy of many countries and states worldwide. Even though the industry creates jobs and income, debates continue surrounding the environmental and human costs of the ...
Nitrate removal along a Colorado montane headwater stream : the role of bidirectional hydrologic exchange at reach to catchment scales
Bidirectional hydrologic exchanges between surface water and groundwater along a stream reach can act to dilute nutrient levels (physical processes), and/or can facilitate biogeochemical cycling (physical and biological ...
Material culture, social networks, and the Chinese of Ouray, Colorado, 1880-1920
Contributor:Knee, Alexis Ryan
This study examines a sample of artifacts recovered from the Vanoli Site (5OR30) encompassing a privy and trash midden located directly behind an historic Chinese laundry. Previous research in Overseas Chinese archaeology ...
Cooking with rock : an investigation of prehistoric hearth morphology in northern Colorado
Contributor:Troyer, Michael D.
Hearths are a focal point for the organization of prehistoric hunter-gatherer activities, and can reveal a wealth of information regarding subsistence, settlement, chronology, and technology. However, despite the direct ...
Modeling Culex tarsalis Coquillett abundance on the northern Colorado Front Range using a landscape-level approach
Endemic and emerging vector-borne diseases are major health problems, and some of them are unlikely to be eliminated regardless of control efforts. The applications for remote sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) ...
Contributor:Tekavec, Tara L.
This is a creative writing thesis of forty-three poems that tell the story of Prohibition. It focuses largely on what was happening during this time in Pueblo, Colorado, but it also offers a national perspective. This ...
Water quality changes at a streamflow augmentation project, Lower South Platte River, Colorado
Contributor:Watt, Jamey T.
Flow augmentation projects utilizing managed groundwater recharge serve as a management tool for the conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water. The projects emphasize providing adequate water quantity at the right ...
Crazy bones : evidence of insanity in the skeletal collection of the Colorado State Insane Asylum
Contributor:McGloin, Cashel A.
Excavations of a forgotten cemetery of the Colorado Insane Asylum yielded the skeletons of approximately 155 individuals buried between 1879 and 1899. The collection exhibited a number of abnormalities that could be related ...