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Organizing for endangered and threatened species habitat in the Platte River Basin
Author(s):Freeman, David M.; Epperson, Annie; Lepper, Troy; Colorado Water Resources Research Institute
This study is an attempt to capture the essential shape of multiple sets of negotiations that have been on-going for more that a dozen years in the Platte River basin.
Public perceptions, preferences, and values for water in the west: a survey of western and Colorado residents
Author(s):Pritchett, James G.; Bright, Alan; Shortsleeve, Andrea; Thorvaldson, Jennifer; Bauder, Troy; Waskom, Reagan; Colorado Water Institute; Colorado State University
Meeting Colorado's future water supply needs: opportunities and challenges associated with potential agricultural water conservation measures
Author(s):DeNatale, Kelly N.; Doherty, Todd; Waskom, Reagan; Brown, Rick; Colorado State University; Colorado Water Institute
Agricultural chemicals & groundwater protection in Colorado, 1990-2006
Author(s):Bauder, Troy Allen; Waskom, Reagan; Wawrzynski, Rob; Mauch, Karl; Naugle, Greg; Colorado. Division of Plant Industry; Colorado. Department of Public Health and Environment. Water Quality Control Division; Colorado State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Colorado Water Resources Research Institute
Colorado high plains irrigation practices guide: water saving options for irrigators in eastern Colorado
Author(s):Schneekloth, Joel; Broner, Israel; Wasksom, R. M. (Reagan McTier); Barta, Rachel; Colorado Water Resources Research Institute
This report summarizes irrigation practices that offer potential water savings at the field or farm level, providing a summary of the documented water savings options for irrigators in Colorado. The report provides a ...
Stretching urban water supplies in Colorado: strategies for landscape water conservation
Author(s):Barta, Rachel; Ward, Robert; Wasksom, R. M. (Reagan McTier); Smith, Dan; Colorado Water Resources Research Institute
The purpose of this study was to enhance the dialogue between municipal water providers and the green industry by identifying strategies for landscape water conservation that are acceptable and reasonable to both industries. ...
Irrigation, settlement, and change on the Cache la Poudre River
Author(s):Laflin, Rose; Colorado Water Resources Research Institute
The Cache la Poudre River drains 1,890 square miles of land in the Mummy and Never Summer ranges in Colorado and Wyoming. It begins on the Continental Divide, flows through mountain canyons on the eastern side of the Rocky ...