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The non-lawyers' guide to hearings before the Colorado Ground Water Commission
The non-lawyers' guide to hearings before the Colorado Ground Water Commission
The information provided here contains general information about how to represent yourself in a hearing. This information is to help you prepare for your hearing, but it is not to be construed as legal advice or as a substitute for having an attorney. Not all cases are the same, and your case may be different. It is not proper to talk to the Hearing Officer about the facts of your case or to ask him/her for legal advice., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed February 2017)
The non-lawyers' guide to hearings before the State Engineer
The non-lawyers' guide to hearings before the State Engineer
The information provided here contains general information about how to represent yourself in a hearing. This information is to help you prepare for your hearing, but it is not to be construed as legal advice or as a substitute for having an attorney. Not all cases are the same, and your case may be different. It is not proper to talk to the Hearing Officer about the facts of your case or to ask him/her for legal advice., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed June 2018)
The oil shales of northwestern Colorado
The oil shales of northwestern Colorado
Includes bibliography (pages 47-51) and index., Print version record.
The personal interview method of obtaining information on game and fish resources : final report, Federal aid project 36-R
The personal interview method of obtaining information on game and fish resources : final report, Federal aid project 36-R
"Current report 24.", "August 1949.", "Final report, federal aid project 36-6.", Bibliography: page 56., Print version record.
The relation of three physical condition indices of mule deer
The relation of three physical condition indices of mule deer
Caption title., Includes bibliographical references (p [4])., Description based on print version record.
The use of tracer dyes for the identification of a mine flooding problem, Rico, Dolores County, Colorado
The use of tracer dyes for the identification of a mine flooding problem, Rico, Dolores County, Colorado
by Mark W. Davis ; including Annotated groundwater tracer-dye selected references by Turner Designs., Print version record.
The value of electric power and possible effects of weather modification on small-scale hydroelectric production in Colorado
The value of electric power and possible effects of weather modification on small-scale hydroelectric production in Colorado
"Sponsored by cooperative agreement no., Performing organization: Colorado Dept. of Natural Resources, Weather Programs., "November 1983.", Description based on print version record.
They're back!
They're back!
Cover., Print version record.
Too close for comfort : how to avoid conflicts with wildlife in the city
Too close for comfort : how to avoid conflicts with wildlife in the city
"6/97"--Colophon., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Transit losses and travel times for reservoir releases, Upper Arkansas River Basin, Colorado
Transit losses and travel times for reservoir releases, Upper Arkansas River Basin, Colorado
by Russell K. Livingston ; prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Colorado Division of Water Resources, Office of the State Engineer and the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District., Includes bibliographical references (page 39).
Transplant efforts and seasonal habitat use of Gunnison sage-grouse on Piñon Mesa : recommendations for future conservation efforts
Transplant efforts and seasonal habitat use of Gunnison sage-grouse on Piñon Mesa : recommendations for future conservation efforts
Efforts to transplant Gunnison sage-grouse (GuSG) from capture locations in the Gunnison Basin to satellite populations were initiated to address concerns related to falling lek counts and the associated decline in populations. The goals of this effort were to boost population numbers to increase potential mating opportunities and to address the threat of low genetic diversity., report prepared by: D.J. Neubaum, S.R. Wenger, and K.M. Keisling., "June 7, 2019.", Includes bibliographical references (pages 52-54), Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2019)
Trappers Lake
Trappers Lake
Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2013), "November 2004. (Revised August 2005)", Includes bibliographical references (p. [13])
Trend and data analysis San Juan Basin water quality analysis project, San Juan Basin, Colorado
Trend and data analysis San Juan Basin water quality analysis project, San Juan Basin, Colorado
submitted to: Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission ; submitted by: AMEC Geomatric, Inc., "June 8, 2010.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 8-9), "Project No. 15244."
Trend and data analysis San Juan Basin water quality analysis project, San Juan Basin, Colorado.
Trend and data analysis San Juan Basin water quality analysis project, San Juan Basin, Colorado.
The Fruitland Formation of the San Juan Basin extends from southwestern Colorado into New Mexico and is the most productive coalbed methane (CBM) reservoir in the United States. Data and trend analysis were performed to assess the distribution and long-term changes in the groundwater quality in the San Juan Basin. The intent of the analysis was to identify any short or long-term trends that might indicate that oil and gas drilling and production activities are impacting domestic water wells in the San Juan Basin. Therefore, emphasis was placed on a subset of constituents that could indicate potential impacts from CBM drilling and production activities., submitted to: Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission ; submitted by: AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure, Inc., "June 26, 2015.", Includes bibliographical references (pages 6-7)., Project No. 32820023.
Trend and data analysis greater Wattenberg area water quality analysis project, northeastern Colorado
Trend and data analysis greater Wattenberg area water quality analysis project, northeastern Colorado
The producing formations of the Denver-Julesburg Basin are currently being economically recovered in the Greater Wattenberg Area (GWA) of north-central Colorado for gas and oil condensate. Production has occurred mainly in southwestern Weld County. Data and trend analysis were performed to assess the distribution and long-term changes in the groundwater quality in the GWA. The intent of the analysis was to identify any short or long-term trends that might indicate that oil and gas drilling and production activities are impacting domestic water wells in the GWA. Therefore, emphasis was placed on a subset of constituents that could indicate potential impacts from drilling and production activities., submitted to: Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission ; submitted by: AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure, Inc., "June 26, 2015.", Project No. 32820037
Tri-towns subsidence investigation, Weld County, Colorado
Tri-towns subsidence investigation, Weld County, Colorado
Cover title., Plate 1: Tri-towns subsidence investigation, Weld County, Colorado, mining features (scale 1:4,800); Plate 2: Tri-towns subsidence investigation, Weld County, Colorado, subsidence evaluation and hazard classification (scale 1:4,800); Plate 3: Tri-towns subsidence investigation, Weld County, Colorado, representative cross-sections., "This study was funded by U.S. Government Grant No., Includes bibliographical references (p. 49-52)., Description based on print version record.
Trinchera data analysis unit E-33, game management units 83, 85, 140, 851 elk management plan
Trinchera data analysis unit E-33, game management units 83, 85, 140, 851 elk management plan
prepared for the Colorado Division of Wildlife by Allen Vitt., "April 2007.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed July 2019)
Trinchera deer herd data analysis unit D-31, Game management unit 83, July 2010
Trinchera deer herd data analysis unit D-31, Game management unit 83, July 2010
"Approved by the Colorado Wildlife Commission July 8, 2010.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed June 2017)
Trinidad Lake
Trinidad Lake
"CSP-TRIN-26M-5/06.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF column; (viewed November 2014)

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