A few new publications
2021-04-15 | CGS Admin
For those of you who are recent subscribers to the CGS mailing list, we wanted to direct your attention to a handful of new publications that we haven’t otherwise publicized. We’ve been adding more in the last months, so stay tuned for another introductory posting:
IS-82 Colorado Mineral and Energy Industry Activities 2018-2019 — Our annual overview of Colorado’s mineral resource activities. The 2019-2020 review will be out shortly.
MI-98 Catastrophic Glacial Outburst Floods on the Upper Arkansas River, Colorado — The history of three ancient catastrophic floods that raged down the Upper Arkansas River Valley during the glacial past of the Central Rockies.
MI-100 Summary Report on the McQueary Gulch Trench, Williams Fork Mountains Fault, Grand County, Colorado — Trenching is a technique for determining the historical activity on a known fault — in this case, a fault north of Silverthorne.
OF-19-13 Storm Floods on Trout Creek, Chaffee County, Colorado — Another fascinating exploration of the influence of flooding in the evolution of the Colorado landscape, by Colorado School of Mines Emeritus Professor of Geology, Dr. Keenan Lee.
OF-19-06 Landslide Inventory and Susceptibility Map of Boulder County, Colorado — The CGS provides geologic hazard susceptibility maps to state and local governments for use in planning processes and mitigation plans. This map is part of a statewide effort to develop inventory and susceptibility maps for landslide-prone areas in Colorado.
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