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2004, Colorado Geological Survey
Describes exploration, development and production activity of the gas and oil, coal, and mineral industries in the state of Colorado in 2003. The report also includes information on the state-wide economic impact of these industries. Digital PDF download. IS-69D.
2003, Colorado Geological Survey
Three map plates show areas of landslide susceptibility and outlines of landslides mapped within the city limits of Colorado Springs. It is not site specific. The intent is to provide map coverages that will aid ongoing city planning, allow for general-public information, disclosure and education....
2005, Colorado Geological Survey
Describes exploration, development and production activity of the gas and oil, coal, and mineral industries in the state of Colorado in 2004. The report also includes information on the economic impact of these industries across the state. 42 pages, 53 figures, 12 tables. Digital PDF download. IS-...
2006, Colorado Geological Survey
Describes exploration, development and production activity of the gas and oil, coal, and mineral industries of the state in 2005. The report also includes information on the economic impact of these industries on the state. 57 pages 69 figures 14 tables. Digital file available as a download. IS-73D.
2005, Colorado Geological Survey
Provides the most recent information available on active, recently active and potentially active coal mines. Contains information on each mine's location, operating company, mine type, geology, coal quality, coal production, and distribution. Includes 1:1,000,000 scale map that depicts the...
2003, Colorado Geological Survey
This publication depicts published faults in the Front Range region of Colorado. Digital ZIP download. OF-03-04D
2003, Colorado Geological Survey
This annual report describes exploration, development, and production activity of the gas and oil, coal, and mineral industries of Colorado in 2002. Includes information on the economic impact of these industries to the state. 42 pages. 46 figures. 12 tables. Digital file available as a download....
1999, Colorado Geological Survey
This comprehensive report summarizes the geology of Gunnison County and describes the mineral resources; including base and precious metals, industrial minerals, construction materials, oil and gas, and coal. The geology and resource locations are depicted on 1:250,000 maps. 76 pages. 1 plate....
2002, Colorado Geological Survey
This annual report describes exploration, development, and production activity of the gas and oil, coal, and mineral industries of Colorado in 2001. Includes information on the economic impact of these industries to the state. 51 pages. 47 figures. 18 tables. Digital file available as a download....
2000, Colorado Geological Survey
The Colorado Geological Survey, in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey Energy Resources Team Coal Availability/Recoverability Studies Cooperative Agreement, has concluded a study to determine of the amount of available coal in the five quadrangles which comprise the active and historical...
1999, United States Geological Survey
1996, Colorado Geological Survey
Colorado minerals and mineral fuel activities, 1995. Digital PDF download. IS-40D
1994, Colorado Geological Survey
Colorado mineral and mineral fuel activities, 1994. 12 pages. 5 figures. Digital PDF download. IS-39D
1999, Colorado Geological Survey
Describes and discusses the background of study, delineation, and evaluation of ongoing surficial-geologic processes that may present threats to people, structures, and infrastructure in Georgetown, Clear Creek County. Includes a summary of town history, geologic conditions, and references. 7 pages...
1999, Colorado Geological Survey
Avalanches; terrain factors; weather factors; snowpack factors; field tests; human factors; minimizing risk and surviving avalanches; avalanche zones of Colorado; avalanche hotlines in Colorado; internet web site; reading list; video list; avalanche danger scale. 24 pages. Digital PDF download. SP-...
1996, Colorado Geological Survey
Analysis of the Colorado coal industry. 135 pages. Digital PDF download. SP-24D
1999, Colorado Geological Survey
Background on the heaving bedrock problem, with a focus on Douglas County. Covers methodology and data sources; investigation results on bedrock structure, sedimentology, loading and unloading history, moisture characteristics, engineering properties, damage survey; Dipping Bedrock Overlay District...

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