This report represents the CDOW sponsored boreal toad research done in 2003 by several researchers, and has been consolidated into a single document to make this information available to members of the Boreal Toad Recovery Team and other interested parties., Cover title., "May 2004.", Repatriation of boreal toads Bufo boreas on the Grand Mesa, Colorado / by Kevin B. Rogers and Tanya Banulis -- Evaluation of techniques for detecting Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis from amphibians for PCR testing / by Lauren J. Livo, [et al.] -- Survey of Bufo boreas and other southern Rocky Mountain amphibians for Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis / by Lauren J. Livo -- Use of sentinel tadpoles and toadlets to detect Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis / by Lauren J. Livo -- Gentic analysis of Bufo boreas : analyses of toads from Buck and and Chall Creeks, Wyoming / by Anna M. Goebel -- A look at aquatic macroinvertebrates as reservoirs of Batrachochrtrium dendrobatidis infection / by Kevin B. Rogers, Suzanne Rittmann, and Jon Wood -- Gape width : an alternative to snout-vent length / by Kevin B. Rogers -- Methods for obtaining batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (BD) samples for PCR testing / by Lauren J. Livo., Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web; file viewed August 14, 2006.
Caption title., "May 1991.", By Margaret A. Wild and Michael W. Miller., Includes bibliographical references (p. 6)., Supersedes Game information leaflet no.106., Description based on print version record.
compiled by John C. Behrendt and LaCretia Y. Bajwa ; United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey ; prepared in cooperation with the Colorado Mining Industrial Development Board and the Colorado Geological Survey., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Includes text and index map., Includes bibliographical references., Description based on print version record
The Colorado Division of Wildlife wants your bee hive operation to be successful. This publication will help you construct a secure enclosure. Besides protecting your hives, an enclosure also benefits wildlife it keeps them away from human-produced sources of food and keeps them in the wild where they belong., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2016)
"Date Created: April 25, 2003. Revised: April 1, 2005. Author: Various. Parks affected: All.", Bibliography: page 4., Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed January 2015)
This report summarizes current and past Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) requirements in the Piceance Basin Bradenhead Monitoring Area (BMA) and nearby areas to the north and east; it outlines planned changes to requirements for cement isolation during primary cementing of casing strings, during remediation when bradenhead pressure or flow thresholds have been exceeded, and during plugging of wells. This report generally discusses new requirements as they apply to all fields referenced in this report. Requirements discusses for each field are defined more specifically on Field Scout Cards and Isolation Wellbore Diagrams, included as Appendix A. Appendix A also includes field type logs, annotated by COGCC Staff, to create a consistent standard in and around the BMA for geologic isolation., by David Andrews., "April 18, 2016.", COGCC Document Number 2056199., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed June 2016)