• Improvements in the Colorado ammonia model by simultaneous computations of extremes in flow and water chemistry 

        Author(s):Lewis, William M., 1945-; Saunders, James F.; Colorado Water Resources Research Institute; Geological Survey (U.S.)
        Date Issued:1993
        Format:reports
        The present study reports the results of an analysis of association for extremes in pH, temperature, and low flow at 12 sites in Colorado for which an extensive data record is available (21 years at 12 or more samples per ...
      • Geologic factors in the evaluation of water pollution potential at mountain dwelling sites 

        Author(s):Burns, L. K.; McCrumb, Dennis R.; Morrison, Sumner M. (Sumner Martin), 1919-; Colorado Water Quality Control Commission; United States. Office of Water Resources Research; Colorado State University. Environmental Resources Center
        Date Issued:1973
        Format:reports
        In order to establish the relationship between the geologic setting and the occurrence of water pollution in mountain home developments containing individual sewage disposal systems, three areas in Colorado's Front Range ...
      • System for geologic evaluation of pollution potential at mountain dwelling sites, A 

        Author(s):Waltz, James P.; United States. Office of Water Resources Research; Colorado State University. Environmental Resources Center
        Date Issued:1975
        Format:reports
        Development of mountain homesites is accelerating in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado. These homesites often require individual water wells and sewage disposal systems. Unfortunately, the widely used septic tank-leach ...
      • Water quality management decisions in Colorado 

        Author(s):Nichols, Steven R.; Skogerboe, Gaylord V.; Ward, Robert C.; Colorado State University. Environmental Resources Center; United States. Office of Water Resources Research
        Date Issued:1972
        Format:reports