The first half of each booklet appears in identical form to the others; the second half contains information specific to one of the three ditches., Michael Holleran., Part 1. Anderson Ditch -- part 2. Farmer's Ditch -- part 3. Silver Lake Ditch., Print version record.
This report illustrates the financial and social significance of arts, cultural and scientific organizations in the metro area. There is a strong foundation of excellence, impact and investment in the arts. The arts continue to break records. The arts continue to evolve. The arts continue to raise up our community., Sponsors include University of Colorado Denver, College of Arts & Media and 9 other organizations., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2019)
The University of Colorado Denver scanned 2 sites in the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument -Parallel Wall House and Saddlehorn Hamlet using a Leica Scan Station 2 Scanner., project team: Ekaterini Vlahos, Michael Nulty, Julia Ausloos., "June 25, 2013.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2019)
produced by the Workshop on Policy Process Research at the School of the Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver., "November 2014.", Includes bibliographical references (page 17), Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2019)
The Climate Action Plan focuses on three phases of emissions reductions. The first phase will seek a 20% reduction by the year 2020 from the baseline year of 2006 and will focus on energy efficiency and conservation, while incorporating on-site renewable energies, purchased wind power and carbon offsets. Future phases will focus on conglomerates and partnerships to develop expansive energy production facilities that do not emit GHGs and to adopt future technologies that may be now only in research and development stages. This will allow for a total GHG reduction that is 80% below 2006 emissions., "June 30, 2010.", "The development of this plan fulfills university climate action planning requirements as a signatory of the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment."--Cover., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2019)
This resource guide is intended only as an opening for the exploration of Native Americans in Colorado and their points of contact with Europeans whose presence altered indigenous lifestyles. Though many peoples lived and traveled in what is now Colorado, only the Arapaho, Cheyenne and Ute peoples have been featured in this resource guide for purposes of brevity. The lack of inclusion in this resource guide in no way diminishes the contributions of the Apache, Comanche, Kiowa, Pawnee, Shoshone and others who made their mark., by Pam Milavec [and seven others], Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed December 2019)
Domestic violence (DV) is the manipulative attempt by one person to obtain power and control over his or her intimate partner through a coercive, systematic pattern of abusive behavior. The intense emotional involvement between the victim, offender, and oftentimes children, distinguishes DV from other types of crime. The purpose of DV offender treatment in Colorado is to increase victim and community safety by reducing offender risk of recidivism. Treatment provides the offender with the opportunity or personal change by challenging destructive core beliefs and teaching positive cognitive-behavioral skills. Colorado's reputation as one of the most progressive states in Colorado's reputation as one of the most progressive states in differentiated, non-time-driven approach to offender treatment., by Angela R. Gover, Tara N. Richards, and Elizabeth A. Tomsich., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
sponsored by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ; organized by Community Research Center, University of Colorado at Denver., "Report of a community conference, January 17, 1981, sponsored by Community Research Center, University of Colorado at Denver, under contract to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development."--Cover., "April 1981.", Includes bibliographical references., Print version record.
This guidebook is designed to be used by practitioners, educators, decision-makers, citizens, and community organizations. It is organized into seven chapters that focus on health issues related to community engagement, the natural environment, water, food, buildings, open space and streetscapes, and mobility. The expectation is for the guidebook to contribute in a meaningful way to continued efforts to make communities healthy, vibrant, and complete places in which all types of residents can live, work, and play., Includes bibliographical references., Title page., Print version record.
document prepared by Kris Christensen, Michelle Chichester ; principal investigator Ekaterini Vlahos., "September 2009.", "Funded in part by a grant from Colorado's State Historical Fund Project #2006-M2-009.", Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed November 2019)