project sponsor, Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District ; study participants, EBASCO Environmental [and others]., Volumes 1 and 2 final report -- volume 3, Executive summary., "December 1990.", Online version lacks the three volumes of appendices., Includes bibliographical references., Print version record.
Colorado Water Resources & Power Development Authority ; prepared by Harza Engineering Company ; and consultants: Leonard Rice Consulting Water Engineers [and three others]., "January 1987.", Description based on print version.
Cultural resource inventories on Federal lands are required specifically under the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) of 1966 (as amended; PL 96-515, 1980). Cultural resource inventories were conducted for the Cache la Poudre Hydroelectric Project basin extension study in eastern Larimer County, Colorado. Twenty-nine sites were recorded. Of this number, 10 are prehistoric and 20 are historic. Prehistoric sites consist of open camps and lithic scatters with and without hearths and stone circles, and rock shelters with deeply stratified deposits. They span the Paleo-Indian through Late Prehistoric stages. Historic sites include homesteads, miscellaneous structures and structural remnants, bridges, canals, a mine, and a recently abandoned water filtration facility. They date from the late 19th to late 20th century. Eighteen isolated finds were also recorded, of which eight are prehistoric and 10 are historic., by Marcus P. Grant, Christian J. Zier, Robert G. Rosenberg ; prepared for Envirosphere Company and Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority ; by Centennial Archaeology, Inc., "February 1988.", Bibliography: pages 240-252., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2018)
The wildlife resource studies focused on determining effects of the proposed project on game and non-game terrestrial resources and the vegetative and topographic features which comprise their habitat. The objectives of the study were to: (1) characterize wildlife use of the existing environment; (2) assess the potential effects of the proposed project on wildlife; (3) identify possible mitigation measures; and (4) prepare a preliminary estimate of the costs required to mitigate potential impacts., prepared for Colorado Water Resource and Power Development Authority, by Envirosphere Company., "October 1988.", Includes bibliographic references pages 6-119 to 6-127., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2018)