This report presents the results of an investigation of ground-water resources in that part of the Yampa River basin between the towns of Craig and Steamboat Springs. The location of the study area is shown on the index map. The investigation was begin in 1975 by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Resources, Office of the State Engineer. Digital PDF download. OF-77-04D.
From the Introduction:
The purpose of the investigation was to describe the aquifers and to evaluate the availability and chemical quality of ground water in the study area. Parts of the area have undergone rapid population growth in recent years which has resulted in an increased demand for additional domestic, industrial, agricultural, and municipal supplies of water. A knowledge of the occurrence of ground water will permit a more efficient allocation of the resource.