Plate 1. Surficial geology of the Gray Reservoir quadrangle --Plate 2. Surficial geology of the Bowie quadrangle -- Plate 3. Surficial geology of the Somerset quadrangle -- Plate 4. Surficial geology of the Paonia Reservoir quadrangle -- Plate 5. Surficial geology of the Hotchkiss quadrangle -- Plate 6. Surficial geology of the Paonia quadrangle -- Plate 7. Surficial geology, Hotchkiss-Paonia Reservoir area, Delta and Gunnison Counties, Colorado., Blue line print., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Base maps are U.S.G.S. 7.5-minute topographic quadrangles., Location diagrams on Plate 7., "References" on Plate 7., Title from caption on Plate 7.
Plates 1A-B. Surficial-geologic map -- Plates 2A-B Geomorphic features -- Plates 3A-B Geologic hazards -- Plates 4A-B Construction materials map -- Plates 1-4C. Explanations (2 sheets)., Relief shown by contour lines and spot heights., Black line print., Includes explanation and index maps., Includes bibliographical references., Description based on print version record.
Relief shown by contour lines and spot heights., Black line print., Includes index maps., Includes bibliographical references., "Prepared in cooperation with U.S.G.S. under cooperative agreement no. 14-08-0001-A0420.", Description based on print version record.
Bat populations in the western portion of the US are threatened by the rapid westward expansion of White-nose Syndrome (WNS), a disease implicated in the loss of over a million bats since 2006. Pseudogymnoascus destructans (Pd), the fungus believed responsible for WNS, has been confirmed in southeastern Wyoming, southcentral Kansas, western Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle, potentially placing at least 13 of the 18 bat species native to Colorado at risk for significant population-level declines. The continued westward movement of WNS emphasizes the need for improved information on the status of bats in Colorado, a systematic and thorough survey and assessment of the importance of caves and abandoned mines to Colorado's bat populations, and a coordinated effort to monitoring for WNS in the state., prepared for USDI Bureau of Land Management ; prepared by Daniel J. Neubaum., Includes bibliographical references ( pages 45-46), Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2019)
organized by Emmett Evanoff ; co-sponsored by Colorado Scientific Society, University of Colorado at Boulder, Colorado Geological Survey ; edited by Mary-Margaret Coates, Emmett Evanoff & Matthew L. Morgan., "April 3 and 4, 2004, Benson Earth Sciences Building, University of Colorado, Boulder.", Includes bibliographical references., Cover., Description based on print version record.