Product Type: Report
Author(s): Fey, D.L., S.E. Church, T.S. Schmidt, R.B. Wanty, P.L. Verplanck, P.J. Lamothe, M. Adams, and M.W. Anthony
Fey, D.L., S.E. Church, T.S. Schmidt, R.B. Wanty, P.L. Verplanck, P.J. Lamothe, M. Adams, and M.W. Anthony. 2007. Selected field parameters from streams and preliminary analytical data from water and macroinvertebrate samples, Central Colorado Assessment Project, Task, 2004 and 2005. : Open-File Report 2007–1044. 41 p.
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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Central Colorado Assessment Project (CCAP) began in October 2003 and is planned to last through September 2008. One major goal of this project is to compare the relationships between surface-water chemistry and aquatic fauna in mined and unmined areas. To accomplish this goal, we are conducting a State-scale reconnaissance sampling program, in which we are collecting water and macroinvertebrate samples. Selected results from the first two years of project analyses are reported here…