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Citrus growers attitudes in north-central Florida
Citrus growers attitudes in north-central Florida
A study about the perceptions and preparedness of the citrus growers for killing frost., "November 16, 2000."--P. [5], Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed June 2014), This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CMS-9632458.
Cleaning up abandoned hardrock mines in the West : prospecting for a better future
Cleaning up abandoned hardrock mines in the West : prospecting for a better future
Includes bibliographical references (p. 42-46)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Climate change and the functioning of water rights : a search of the literature
Climate change and the functioning of water rights : a search of the literature
This memo presents the results of a literature search conducted in May-June 2007 as a preliminary step toward the study of how climate change-induced variations in the hydrograph (i.e. earlier snowmelt and peak flows) may impact the temporal elements of water rights., by Julie Shapiro [and four others], "Final Project Report (review draft): September 3, 2008.", Includes bibliographical references., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2020)
Climate change and water resources in the Sacramento-San Joaquin region of California
Climate change and water resources in the Sacramento-San Joaquin region of California
"December 1988.", Bibliography: p. 62-66., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Coastal erosion : has retreat sounded?
Coastal erosion : has retreat sounded?
Rutherford H. Platt [and others]., Includes bibliographical references., Print version record.
Cold regions : pivot points, focal points : proceedings of the 24th Polar Libraries Colloquy, June 11-14, 2012, Boulder, Colorado, United States : PLC 2012
Cold regions : pivot points, focal points : proceedings of the 24th Polar Libraries Colloquy, June 11-14, 2012, Boulder, Colorado, United States : PLC 2012
edited by Shelly Sommer and Ann Windnagel., Includes bibliographical references., Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed October 21, 2013).
Collection of satellite-referenced building damage information in the aftermath of Hurricane Charley
Collection of satellite-referenced building damage information in the aftermath of Hurricane Charley
Hurricane Charley is the first Category 4 hurricane for which 'before' and 'after' satellite imagery is available from very high-resolution systems. From a scientific perspective, it therefore offers a unique opportunity to investigate the use of remote sensing for post-disaster urban damage assessment. This report addresses the actions people took and perceptions people had of the fire during the evacuation period., Title from cover., Mode of access: World Wide Web., This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CMS-0080977.
Colorado Climate Preparedness Project final report
Colorado Climate Preparedness Project final report
Using documents and information obtained through a series of 22 structured interviews, the Colorado Climate Preparedness Project provides a catalog of climate impacts and adaptation activities and options in five climate-sensitive sectors in the state of Colorado: water; wildlife, ecosystems and forests; electricity; agriculture; and outdoor recreation., prepared by the Western Water Assessment for the State of Colorado ; authors Kristen Averyt [and 8 others], Includes bibliographical references., Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed May 2020)
Colorado River Basin climate and hydrology : state of the science
Colorado River Basin climate and hydrology : state of the science
editors and lead authors: Jeff Lukas, Elizabeth Payton., Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed May 2020)
Colorado River, frequently asked law & policy questions
Colorado River, frequently asked law & policy questions
Cover., "November 2011, Version 2.0.", Published as part of the Western Water Policy Program at the University of Colorado's Natural Resources Law Center., Print version record.
Colorado Tobacco Rearch Program Annual report to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. 2001 - 2003
Colorado Tobacco Rearch Program Annual report to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. 2001 - 2003
Colorado Tobacco Research Program., text file, 2001-2003., Title from caption (2001); title from cover 2002-2003.
Colorado acequia handbook : water rights and governance guide for Colorado's acequias
Colorado acequia handbook : water rights and governance guide for Colorado's acequias
"Acequias are unique and longstanding cultural and legal institutions in Colorado. Spanish and Mexican farmers and ranchers who settled here long before Colorado became a state created these systems for irrigation and water sharing that ensure sustainable use of water, and create important community bonds. Despite their long history, which includes acknowledgment in the session laws of the Colorado Territory, it was not until 2009 that acequias received recognition in Colorado state statutes. The 2009 Acequia Recognition Law, which was amended in 2013, allows acequias to continue to exercise their traditional roles in governing community access to water, and also strengthens their ability to protect their water. For acequias in Colorado to take full advantage of the statute, it is necessary to have a set of written bylaws that formalize existing customs and adopt the recently recognized powers. This Handbook was drafted in part to highlight the opportunities presented by the Acequia Recognition Law, as well as to explain the basics of Colorado water law for acequia members and those who work with acequias."--Introduction., [edited by] Jens Jensen, [and six others], Introduction -- Definitions -- Water rights -- Change of water right -- Transfers of water rights -- Water sharing agreements -- Losing your water rights ("use it or lose it") -- Preventing the transfer of water out of the acequia -- Conservation easements -- Governing the acequia -- Assessments -- Easements -- Enforcement -- Tort liability -- Water quality -- The Rio Grande Compact -- Main government water entities -- Where can an acequia get legal assistance? -- Appendix I. Water rights : frequently asked questions -- Appendix II. Acequia bylaws : frequently asked questions -- Appendix III. Acequia incorporation : frequently asked questions -- Appendix IV. Model bylaws -- Appendix V. Catlin provision (also included at Art. 10 in Model Bylaws) -- Appendix VI. Topics to consider about bylaws -- Appendix VII. The new Acequia laws passed in 2009 and 2013 -- Appendix VIII. Process for incorporating -- Appendix IX. Protest to Revised Abandonment List -- Appendix X. Contacts for organizations and agencies., Cover title., "The purpose of this Handbook is to provide general information to acequias (irrigation ditches) in Costilla, Conejos, Huerfano and Los Animas Counties. This handbook is not intended to provide legal advice."--Title page verso., "Made possible with generous support from: Gates Family Foundation; Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation; Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area."--Title page verso., "This handbook is a joint effort of the Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association, the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment at the University of Colorado Law School, Colorado Open Lands, and dedicated private attorneys."--Title page verso., "The handbook represents the work of law student volunteers at the University of Colorado Law School, with supervision and guidance from Colorado law professors and attorneys. Student contributors tot he content of this handbook were: Blake Busse, Karoline Garren, Julia Guarino (Getches-Wyss Fellow), Megan Gutwein, Cori Hatch, Melissa S. Jensen, Shannon Liston, Gunnar Paulsen, Nate Miller, John R. Sherman, Dan Weiss, Michael Weissman, Emily Neiley."--Title page verso., Print version record.
Colorado nanotechnology, roadmap 2006
Colorado nanotechnology, roadmap 2006
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed December 2011), U.S. Economic Development Administration grant no., "Additional funding and in-kind support was provided by the Governor's Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the Mayor's Office of Economic Development and International Trade, and the University of Colorado at Boulder."--P. [2].
Colorado plant life
Colorado plant life
by Francis Ramaley., Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-289) and index., Print version record.
Colorado resort communities and the 2002-2003 drought : impacts and lessons learned
Colorado resort communities and the 2002-2003 drought : impacts and lessons learned
In this study we focused on the implications of the 2002 drought on tourism in Colorado and on the mountain resort communities in particular.., Title from cover., Mode of access: World Wide Web., Includes bibliographic references.
Colorado state personnel study : with findings and proposals for improvement
Colorado state personnel study : with findings and proposals for improvement
Michael S. March, Maxine Kurtz, and Courtney H. Price., Includes bibliographical references., Print version record.
Colorado wildfires, 2002
Colorado wildfires, 2002
This report addresses the actions people took and perceptions people had of the fire during the evacuation period, Title from cover., Mode of access: World Wide Web., This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CMS-0080977.
Colorado's law of "underground water" : a look at the South Platte Basin & beyond
Colorado's law of "underground water" : a look at the South Platte Basin & beyond
In 1969 Colorado acted to clarify its law with respect to under-ground water that is the water in alluvial aquifers hydraulically connected to surface waters. Increasingly this so called tributary groundwater was becoming an important source of supply especially for irrigation. Yet its development had proceeded virtually unregulated until 1965. This paper examines Colorado's experience in integrating the use of tributary groundwater with surface water., Lawrence J. MacDonnell., "June 5-7, 1991.", "From University of Colorado Law Review, Vol. 59, Issue 3, Summer 1988.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2017)

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