Cover title., Several Colorado State governmental offices and employees provided "review, comment, and assistance" including Colorado Water Conservation Board, staff members of the Colorado Water Quality Control Division.-- Cover verso., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Cover title., Includes bibliographical references., Two Forks: revolution, evolution or fluke / by Ed Marston -- Colorado waterways reborn / by Thomas J. Noel -- A River no more becomes a river again / by George Sibley -- Cache la Poudre River: Colorado's first wild and scenic river / by Rose Laflin and Brian Werner -- Colorado's history of environmental and land use laws, and their impact on Colorado's water / by H. Lawrence Hoyt -- Colorado wilderness history / by Steve Smith., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Cover title., Harvesting water : ancient Puebloan reservoirs of Mesa Verde / by Ken and Ruth Wright -- Invisible rivers : the struggle of early American explorers to map Colorado's rivers / by Jared Orsi -- Sin agua no hay vida : Colorado's acequias, a water democracy / by Gregory A. Hicks and Devon G. Peña -- An irrigated legacy : the Union Colony / by Dick Stenzel -- Mingled waters : the diverse identity of the Arkansas River Basin / by Kevin Darst and Michael Welsh -- Building the vision : Taylor, Aspinall, and water for western Colorado / by Steven C. Schulte., Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
"28 January 2009.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2013), "Funding from the Colorado Water Conservation Board of the State of Colorado to the CIRES Western Water Assessment."
This report is a synthesis of climate science relevant for management and planning for Colorado's water resources. It focuses on observed climate trends, climate modeling, and projections of temperature, precipitation, snowpack, and streamflow. Climate projections are reported for the mid-21st century because this time frame is the focus of adaptation strategies being developed by the State of Colorado and other water entities., "August 2014.", "Funding for this report was provided by the Colorado Water Conservation Board, and by the Western Water Assessment through a grant from the NOAA Climate Program Office.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 94 -102), Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed August 2014)