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  • Development and evaluation of interrupted direct current electrofishing equipment, The 

    Author(s):Rollefson, Max Dean
    Date Issued:1958-05
    Format:masters theses
  • Multiple-use planning in the Little South Fork of the Cache la Poudre Watershed 

    Author(s):Ritchey, Norman
    Date Issued:1964
    Format:reports; Student works
    The objective of this report was to evaluate multiple-use management of national forest lands and resources in the Little South Fork of the Cache la Poudre River watershed. The area is typical of the Front Range of the ...
  • Calibration of the Little Beaver Creek Watershed 

    Author(s):Murray, David Lindley
    Date Issued:1968
    Format:masters theses
    Proposed logging operations on Little Beaver Creek provide an opportunity to add to the knowledge of timber-cutting effects on streamflow. This study was concerned with calibrating Little Beaver Creek In order that parameters ...
  • Inorganic water quality of the Little South Poudre with a section on the Precambrian petrology of the Upper Fall Creek area 

    Author(s):Mercer, Jery W.
    Date Issued:1966
    Format:masters theses
    The Little South Poudre is one of the larger tributaries of the Cache La Poudre River, which drains approximately 105 square miles on the east flank of the Mummy Range in the north-central Colorado Front Range. The low ...
  • Water quality of a mountain watershed in Colorado 

    Author(s):Kunkle, Samuel H.
    Date Issued:1967
    Format:masters theses
    Water quality was investigated from April, 1964 to September, 1965 on a mountain watershed in the Colorado Front Range. The primary objectives of the study were: 1. To assess water quality characteristics v/within the ...
  • Deuterium and snow hydrology 

    Author(s):Judy, Clark Henry
    Date Issued:1970
    Format:doctoral dissertations
    HDO samples from natural and laboratory snowpacks show that snowpack metamorphism can reduce the initial variability in the HDO content of snow. Field studies in Colorado indicated melt water percolation reduced the ...
  • Cesium-137 in an alpine watershed 

    Author(s):Hubbard, John Edward
    Date Issued:1968
    Format:doctoral dissertations
    A study was made of the distribution of the fallout radionuclide Cs-137 on the surface and in the stream channel of an alpine watershed in the Colorado Front Range. Cs-137 activities of the surface (mean = 266 nCi/m2) were ...
  • Forest snow accumulation factors in the Colorado Front Range 

    Author(s):Froehlich, Henry A.
    Date Issued:1969
    Format:doctoral dissertations
    Maximum snowpack water equivalent is measured at 123 points in the Spring of 1966-1968. These points are distributed over three transects within a four square mile area in the 9, 580-10, 800 foot elevation zone of the ...
  • Hydrogeology of the Beaver Creek drainage basin, Larimer County, Colorado, The 

    Author(s):Cerrilo, Lawrence Arnold
    Date Issued:1967
    Format:masters theses
    Beaver Creek Basin is a glaciated basin of 20.5 square miles located in Larimer County, Colorado. It is comprised of four large sub-basins: Hourglass, Comanche Lake, Mummy, and Browns Lake, and two small subbasins. Two ...
  • Alpine surface soil movement 

    Author(s):Zoghet, Mouine Fahed
    Date Issued:1969
    Format:doctoral dissertations
    During 1967 and 1968 a study was conducted to determine the rate and type of alpine surface soil movement in the vicinity of Crown Point, Roosevelt National Forest in northcentral Colorado. Five different colors of fluorescent ...
  • Method for investigating avian predation on the adult Black Hills beetle, A 

    Author(s):Stallcup, Patrick Lloyd
    Date Issued:1963
    Format:masters theses
    Procedures for investigating avian predation on the adult Black Hills beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins, during the period off light and attack of this insect were developed and tested. Field work was conducted during ...
  • Factors influencing the accumulation of fallout cesium-137 in mule deer 

    Author(s):Whicker, F. Ward
    Date Issued:1965
    Format:doctoral dissertations
    This investigation was concerned with factors influencing the accumulation of fallout cesium-137 in a wild population of mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus, in the Cache la Poudre drainage of north-central Colorado. Air, ...
  • Variation in deer mice from different elevations 

    Author(s):Spencer, Albert William
    Date Issued:1961
    Format:masters theses
    Geographical variation in populations of Pero-myscus maniculatus from north-central Colorado was studied during the years 1957-1958. A total of seven hundred twenty-eight mice was collected from seven sites at elevations ...
  • Small mammal activity patterns 

    Author(s):Lipscomb, James Frederick
    Date Issued:1971
    Format:masters theses
    Multiple regression techniques were used to derive a 14-term representation of the effects of temperature, time of day, number of days since baiting, wind velocity, and time of year on small mammal activity. This representation ...
  • System for detecting fluorescent tracers in streamflow, A 

    Author(s):Steppuhn, Harold Wolfgang
    Date Issued:1970
    Format:doctoral dissertations
    A system is developed capable of continuously monitoring the relative concentration of a fluorescent tracer in streamflow. Streamside instrumentation automatically registers stream-borne tracer concentrations as a function ...
  • Physical-chemical and radiation properties of mountain streams 

    Author(s):Richardson, Stuart
    Date Issued:1969
    Format:masters theses
    Studies of bacterial fluctuation in mountain streams indicate pronounced seasonal and diurnal variations. This study attempt to determine seasonal and diurnal variation in (1) physical and chemical stream properties, and ...
  • Snowmelt indexes for small mountain watersheds 

    Author(s):Reid, James Elbert
    Date Issued:1968
    Format:masters theses
    The area used in this study was the Upper Hourglass watershed which is located on the Little South Fork of the Cache La Poudre River, 26 air miles west of Fort Collins, Colorado. The Upper Hourglass watershed is an area ...
  • Soil factors affecting ponderosa pine growth 

    Author(s):Kayastha, Baban P.
    Date Issued:1965
    Format:masters theses
    Ponderosa pine, one of the most valuable species In the Montane zone of northern Colorado, needs to be studied as to its relationships with soil factors. This study, dealing with soil and growth relationships in ponderosa ...
  • Establishment patterns of bitterbrush 

    Author(s):Paur, Leonard F. (Leonard Francis), 1941-
    Date Issued:1971
    Format:masters theses
    During the summer of 1969, 50 bitterbrush (Purshia tridentata) plants were collected from each of 25 sites located from approximately 10 to 35 miles west of Fort Collins, Colorado. These sites were selected to represent ...
  • Physiological ecology of alpine plants 

    Author(s):Spomer, George Guy
    Date Issued:1962
    Format:doctoral dissertations
    A physiological ecology study was made in the alpine areas of Mt. Evans and Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado and in controlled environments. Alpine environmental factors were measured and analyzed. Growth chambers ...

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