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2008 flood preparedness
2008 flood preparedness
Column title., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
2008 water update for Colorado : SEO forum, September 11, 2008, Thornton, Colorado
2008 water update for Colorado : SEO forum, September 11, 2008, Thornton, Colorado
by Dick Wolfe., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed February 2017)
2008 year-end survey report, non-invasive sampling survey results for kit fox (vulpes macrotis) in west-central Colorado
2008 year-end survey report, non-invasive sampling survey results for kit fox (vulpes macrotis) in west-central Colorado
The kit fox (Vulpes macrotis) is categorized as "endangered" by the state of Colorado. The kit fox population in Colorado experienced a dramatic crash in the late 1990s. This study used non-invasive detection methods to evaluate the current distribution of the species in west-central Colorado. The results from this survey indicate that there are currently few to no resident kit foxes within the study area in west-central Colorado. It is clear that the species has not recovered from the population crash at the end of the 1990s., submitted to the Colorado Division of Wildlife by Melissa Reed-Eckert., "25 July 2009.", Includes bibliographical references (page 13), Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2019)
2008-09 years of science and service for Colorado
2008-09 years of science and service for Colorado
Caption title., "Spring 2010.", Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
2008-2012 water conservation plan : submitted to Colorado Water Conservation Board
2008-2012 water conservation plan : submitted to Colorado Water Conservation Board
Cover title., "December 31, 2007.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
2009 drought toolbox scoping report
2009 drought toolbox scoping report
Cover title., "Submitted: June 30, 2009. Revised: July 24, 2009."
2009 report of the River outfitter licensing program
2009 report of the River outfitter licensing program
Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed November 2014)
2009 triennial report : 2005-2008 review
2009 triennial report : 2005-2008 review
Colorado Natural Areas Program., "CSP-NA-1.5K-4-09."--Last page., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed June 2017)
2010 Colorado duck hunter survey
2010 Colorado duck hunter survey
Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed May 2017)
2010 volunteer, youth and education program update
2010 volunteer, youth and education program update
Presentation given for the Colorado State Parks Board, March 2010., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed November 2014)
2011 flood preparedness
2011 flood preparedness
Description based on online resource; title from PDF column title; (viewed March 2013), "A quick reference for state and federal flood assistance in Colorado.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
2012 Colorado angler survey fact sheet
2012 Colorado angler survey fact sheet
Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed March 2020)
2014 Colorado statewide comprehensive outdoor recreation plan : strategies for sustaining Colorado's outdoors heritage
2014 Colorado statewide comprehensive outdoor recreation plan : strategies for sustaining Colorado's outdoors heritage
"This plan was financed in part by a grant awarded to the State of Colorado from the National Park Service through the Land and Water Conservation Fund."--, Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2015)
2500' mandatory setback from oil and gas development : GIS-based assessment of impact proposed 2016 Colorado ballot initiative #78 would have on surface lands available for new oil and gas development facilities or hydraulic fracturing operations
2500' mandatory setback from oil and gas development : GIS-based assessment of impact proposed 2016 Colorado ballot initiative #78 would have on surface lands available for new oil and gas development facilities or hydraulic fracturing operations
2016 Colorado ballot initiative #78 proposes a 2500-foot mandatory setback between an oil and gas development facility (including oil and gas wells, injection wells, production and processing equipment, and pits) and any "occupied structure(s)" and "area(s) of special concern" through an amendment to the state's constitution. This regulatory change would be applied to all new oil and gas development facilities in Colorado, and any operation that used hydraulic fracturing. The current required setbacks are 500' from a Building Unit (e.g. home) and 1000' from a High Occupancy Building (e.g. hospital, school)., "5/27/2016.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2019)

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