Water Engineering & Technology

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P.o. Box 1946
Fort Collins, CO, 80522

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  1. VARIABILITY OF SEDIMENT AND SALT LOADS IN THE COLORADO RIVERSIGNIFICANCE FOR CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT

    Amount: $35,000.00

    THE COLORADO RIVER PROVIDES A VALUABLE WATER RESOURCE TO ALLOR PARTS OF SEVEN WESTERN STATES. DEGRADATION IN THE QUALI-TY OF COLORADO RIVER WATERS (PARTICULARLY SALINITY) WILL HAVE SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ...

    SBIR Phase I 1987 National Science Foundation
  2. RIVER RESPONSE TO NEOTECTONIC ACTIVITY IN THE U.S. IMPLICATIONS AND SIGNIFICANCE

    Amount: $109,000.00

    THE EVIDENCE FOR NEOTECTONIC ACTIVITY WILL BE STUDIED THROUGH THE INVESTIGATION OF CHANGES IN STREAM CHANNEL MORPHOLOGY, REVIEW OF GEOLOGIC LITERATURE AND OIL COMPANY EXPLORATION LOGS, AND THE USE OF ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  3. N/A

    Amount: $33,590.00

    QUANTITATIVE GEOMORPHIC GUIDELINES ARE LACKING FOR THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF RECLAIMED SURFACE MINE TOPOGRAPHY. STABLE TOPOGRAPHY IS NECESSARY FOR RECLAIMED AREAS IN ORDER TO REDUCE SEDIMENT POLL ...

    SBIR Phase I 1984 Department of the Interior
  4. ROCK MULCH

    Amount: $23,254.00

    STABILIZATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES AND RADIOACTIVE URANIUM MILL TAILINGS REQUIRES THAT METHODS BE DEVELOPED TO PREVENT EROSION OF THE PROTECTIVE COVERING APPLIED AT EACH SITE TO CONTAIN THE WASTES ...

    SBIR Phase I 1983 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. RIVER RESPONSE TO NEOTECTONIC ACTIVITY IN THE U.S. IMPLICATIONS AND SIGNIFICANCE

    Amount: $27,000.00

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1983 National Science Foundation

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