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Wildfire extent and severity influences the streamwater chemistry, sediment and temperature of individual basins during five years following Colorado’s Hayman Fire

ABSTRACT The 2002 Hayman Fire was the largest fire in recent Colorado history. The extent of high severity combustion and its location in watersheds that deliver drinking water to metropolitan Denver focused public attention on the effects of wildfire on … Continue reading

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Trail Creek Sediment yield report

Abstract: Prepared for Douglas County, colorado, in March of 2006. Analysis of sediment run-off post- Hayman fire. Complete text available online here:   E&H_Trail Creek Sediment Yield Report   Engineering and Hydro Systems, March 2006

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South Platte River Basin – Colorado, Nebraska, and Wyoming.

Abstract (Water Quality, Pollution – Human/Sedimentation) The South Platte River Basin was one of 20 study units selected in 1991 for investigation under the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) program. One of the initial tasks undertaken by the … Continue reading

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