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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, ...
Controls on and trends in sediment and particulate organic matter storage by instream wood in North Saint Vrain Creek, Colorado
Sediment and particulate organic matter (POM) retained by wood within the bankfull channel were evaluated for 58 stream reaches at the headwaters of North Saint Vrain Creek, Colorado. Wood-induced storage in headwater ...
An investigation into beaver-induced Holocene sedimentation using ground penetrating radar and seismic refraction : Beaver Meadows, Rocky Mountain National Park
This study used ~1 km of near-surface seismic refraction (SSR) data and ~6 km of ground penetrating radar (GPR) data to infer the impact of Holocene beaver activity on sediment aggradation in Beaver Meadows, Rocky Mountain ...
A debris flow chronology and analysis of controls on debris flow occurrence in the Upper Colorado River valley, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
Contributor:Grimsley, Kyle J.
The role of debris flows along the Upper Colorado River was recently highlighted when the Grand Ditch, a 19th-century water-conveyance ditch, overtopped from snowmelt in 2003 and triggered a large debris flow along Lulu ...