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Literature Cited:
- Coleman, Caitlin, 2014.  

Receiving Basin Map # Diversion Mean AF/Year First Appropriation ,Source Stream(s)
South Platte River Basin 1 Wilson Supply Ditch 2,314 1896 Sand Creek
2 Deadman Ditch 727 1899 Deadman Creek
3 Bob Creek Ditch 91 1897 Bob Creek
4 Columbine Ditch 104 1889 Columbine Creek
5 Laramie Poudre Tunnel 14,788 1902 Big Laramie River
6 Skyline Ditch 4,999 1891 West Branch Laramie River
7 Cameron Pass Ditch 137 1882 Middle Fork Michigan Creek
8 Michigan Ditch 2,409 1902 Michigan River
9 Grand River Ditch 17,462 1890 North Fork Colorado River
10 Adams Tunnel (Colorado-Big Thompson Project) 216,570 1935 North Fork Colorado River
11 Moffat Tunnel (includes A.R Gumlick Tunnel) 52,390 1921 Fraser River tribs: Cabin Ck., Elk Ck., Hamilton Ck., Hurd Ck., Jim Ck., Meadow Ck., Ranch Ck., St. Louis Ck. and Vasquez Ck.; Williams Fork River
12 Berthoud Pass Ditch 664 1902 Fraser River
13 Straight Creek Tunnel 311 1957 Straight Creek
14 Vidler Tunnel 518 1893 Peru Creek
15 Harold D. Roberts Tunnel 58,426 1946 Blue River
16 Boreas Pass Ditch 117 1937 Indiana Creek
17 Hoosier Pass Tunnel 8,375 1930 Blue River tribs: Bemrose Ck., Crystal Ck., Hoosier Ck., McCullough Gulch, Monte Cristo Ck., Silver Ck. and Spruce Ck.
Arkansas River Basin 18 Columbine Ditch 1,431 1930 East Fork Eagle River
19 Ewing Ditch 1,027 1880 Piney Creek
20 Wurtz Ditch 2,508 1906 Eagle River tribs: Bennett Ck., S. Fork Bennett Ck., Mitchell Ck., S. Fork Mitchell Ck.
21 Homestake Tunnel 25,286 1952 Homestake Creek and tribs: Fancy Ck., French Ck., E. Fork Homestake Ck., Missouri Ck. and Sopris Ck.
22 Charles H. Boustead Tunnel 52,013 1957 Fryingpan River and tribs: Carter Ck., Chapman Gulch, Cunningham Ck., N. Fork Fryingpan, S. Fork Fryingpan, Granite Ck., Ivanhoe Ck., Lilly Pad Ck., Mormon Ck. and Sawyer Ck.; Roaring Fork River tribs: Hunter Ck., Midway Ck. and No Name Ck.
23 Busk-Ivanhoe Tunnel 5,108 1952 Fryingpan River
24 Twin Lakes Tunnel 40,005 1930 Roaring Fork River and tribs: Brooklyn Gulch, Grizzly Ck., Lincoln Ck., Lost Man Ck., New York Ck. and Tabor Ck.; Fryingpan River tribs: Ivanhoe Ck. and Lyle Ck.
25 Larkspur Ditch 190 1931 Marshall Creek
26 Hudson Branch Ditch 352 1892 Medano Ck.
27 Medano Pass Ditch 1,100 1892 Medano Creek
Rio Grande Basin 28 Tarbell Ditch 432 1914 Cochetopa Creek
29 Tabor Ditch 703 1910 Cebolla Creek
30 Weminuche Pass Ditch 1,325 1934 Pine River
31 Pine River-Weminuche Pass Ditch 481 1934 Pine River
32 Williams Creek-Squaw Pass Ditch 240 1937 Williams Creek
33 Don La Font Ditch Nos. 1 & 2 191 1940 East Fork Piedra River
34 Treasure Pass Ditch 214 1922 West Fork San Juan River
35 San Juan-Chama Project 92,789 n/a Rio Blanco
Gunnison River Basin 36 Red Mountain Ditch 98 1945 Mineral Creek
37 Carbon Lake Ditch 256 1954 Mineral Creek
38 Mineral Point Ditch 96 1956 Burrows Creek
39 Leon Tunnel 1,373 1900 Middle Fork Leon Creek
Colorado River Basin 40 Divide Highline Feeder Ditch 882 1915 Clear Fork
41 Sarvis Ditch 760 1911 Service Creek
42 Stillwater Ditch 2,028 1903 Bear River
43 Dome Ditch 300 1893 Dome Creek
44 Redlands Power Canal 502,415 1905 Gunnison River

Literature Cited:
- Holleran, Michael, 2005.  

Historic Context for Irrigation and Water Supply Ditches and Canals in Colorado

 

   

#1 - Wilson Supply Ditch

 

Literature Cited:
- United States Geological Society, 1958.

Other articles: Forest Road 540 at Wilson Ditch

Locations: Sand Creek. Sheep Creek. Wilson Ditch.  

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Location of Wilson Ditch
Diverts water into the Poudre River basin by way of Sheep Creek from Sand Creek in the Laramie River basin.
Wilson Supply ditch diverts water from Deadman Creek, headgate in sec. 26, T. 10 N., R. 75 W., and from Sand Creek, headgate in sec. 14, T. 11 N., R. 75 W., to Sheep Creek (tributary of North Fork Cache la Poudre River) in sec 6, T. 11 N., R. 74 W. (USGS, 1958)

Crosses the northeast side of the Nunn Creek basin. Appears to head in sec. 3 rather than sec. 9.

  The inlet in Sand Creek is not visible in aerial imagery available through ArcGIS and GoogleEarth. The imagery with the Larimer County Road Department GIS shows a concrete diversion box. There appears to be a road to and a small structure at the site.

The water diverted from Sand Creek also includes water diverted upstream from Deadman Creek by the Deadman Ditch.

  The outlet is a free-flowing arroyo. The width of the eroded arroyo appears to be about 77 feet (estimated from aerial imagery).

 

   

#2 - Deadman Ditch

 
  Shown on USGS maps, and listed in the GNIS as, Eaton Ditch.

Other articles: Sand Creek Pass Road at drainage divide

Locations: Deadman Creek. Eaton Ditch.
Full Size ImageLocation of Deadman (Eaton) Ditch  

Diverts water from Deadman Creek and several other smaller unnamed creeks into Sand Creek. Sand Creek is still in the Laramie River basin. Downstream, the Wilson Supply Ditch diverts this water into Sheep Creek, thence to the Poudre River basin.
  The outlet is at a gaging station into a meadow in the headwaters of Sand Creek.

Literature Cited:
- Tait, C. E., 1902.
Full Size ImageDescription of irrigation work.  

The original owners of the Windsor Reservoir are constructing a system of ditches in the mountains, about 47 miles west of their reservoir, which will greatly increase the supply available for storage. In 1902 they had completed and used the Sand Creek or Divide Ditch, which is 1 miles long and has a capacity of 250 cubic feet per second. It cost $1,500. The ditch diverts water from Sand Creek, a tributary of the Laramie River, and carries it over the divide into Sheep Creek, one of the small tributaries of the North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River. In 1901 the flow of Sand Creek at this point was measured and was found to vary between 6 and 240 cubic feet per second, and it is expected to furnish a good supply for storage in the Windsor Reservoir every year. In 1902, however, the Sand Creek Ditch did not at any time carry over 31 cubic feet per second and the total amount supplied by it was 60,700,000 cubic feet, or an amount equal to one-eighth of the capacity of the Windsor Reservoir. Water was run through the ditch from May 9 to July 10, inclusive, and from July 16 to 23, inclusive.

This supply drawn from the Laramie River will he reinforced by two other ditches, one of which, the Deadman Ditch, has been completed and will be used in 1903. It crosses Deadman Creek, a tributary of the Laramie River, and several other small creeks or draws, catching the flow of all of them and carrying it over the divide to Sand Creek, the water finally being taken by the Sand Creek Ditch. In 1903 the other of these ditches, called the Columbine Ditch, is to be constructed. It is planned to divert the flow of Columbine Creek, a tributary of Sand Creek, and discharge it into the North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River. It is 2 miles long and the Deadman Ditch is 5 miles long. It is estimated that these two will furnish about the same amount as the Sand Creek Ditch each year. There are no interests on the head waiters of these streams in Colorado, and therefore no objections to these diversions have been made in that State. But Laramie River and Sand Creek flow north into Wyoming, where both arc used for irrigation. This plan of increasing the available amount of water for storage in the reservoirs of the Cache la Poudre Valley at the expense of the irrigation interests in Wyoming has been complained of and a suit is now pending in the United States court.

 

   

#3 - Bob Creek Ditch

 

Literature Cited:
- United States Geological Society, 1958.

Other articles: Forest Road 517 at Bob Ck Ditch

Locations: Nunn Creek Basin.  

Unable to find Bob Creek indicated on any current maps.
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Location of Bob Creek Ditch
Bob Creek ditch diverts water from tributaries of Laramie River in sec. 9, T. 9 N., R 75 W. to Roaring Creek (tributary of Cache la Poudre River) in sec. 11, T. 9 N., R. 75 W. (USGS, 1958)

Crosses the northeast side of the Nunn Creek basin. Appears to head in sec. 3 rather than sec. 9.

Other articles: Forest Road 517 outlet Bob Ck Ditch  

The outlet of the Bob Creek Ditch is as the divide between the Nunn Creek Basin and Roaring Creek.

 

   

#4 - Columbine Ditch

 

Literature Cited:
- United States Geological Society, 1958.

Other articles: Forest Road 173 at Columbine Ditch

Locations: Columbine Ditch.  

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Location of Columbine Ditch

Columbine ditch diverts water from tributaries of Laramie River in sec. 3, T. 9 N., R. 75 W., to North Fork Cache la Poudre River in sec. 25, T. 10 N., R. 75 W. (USGS, 1958)

 

   

#5 - Laramie Poudre Tunnel

 

Literature Cited:
- United States Geological Society, 1958.

Other articles: Laramie River Road 74970 Colorado State Highway 14 at Laramie-Poudre tunnel

Locations: Laramie Poudre Tunnel.  

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Location of Laramie-Poudre Tunnel, including Rawah and Lower Supply Ditch
The inlet to this tunnel is off of Laramie River Road (County Road 103) near the Tunnel Campground, and the outet is along Colorado Highway 14 at Tunnel Creek.

Laramie-Poudre tunnel diverts water from Laramie River in sec. 7, T. 8 N., R. 75 W., to Cache la Poudre River in sec. 9, T. 8 N., R. 75 W. (USGS, 1958)

Water is diverted from the Laramie River just below the West Branch thereof, and from the Rawah and Lower Supply Ditch which diverts Rawah Creek and possibly a number of smaller creeks along its route to the south. I say “possibly” because I am unable to see diversion structures in aerial imagery.

 

   

#6 - Skyline Ditch

Skyline Ditch diverts water from the West Branch Laramie River and possibly other small creeks into the north end of Chambers Lake. Chambers Lake is on Joe Wright Creek, a tributary of the Cache la Poudre River.

Literature Cited:
- United States Geological Society, 1958.

Other articles: Laramie River Road at Skyline Ditch

Locations: Skyline Ditch.  

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Location of Skyline Ditch

Skyline ditch diverts water from Laramie River tributaries, headgate in sec. 14, T. * N., R. 76 W., to Chambers Lake (tributary of Cache la Poudre River) in sec. 31, T. 8 N., R. 75 W. (USGS, 1958)

 

   

#7 - Cameron Pass Ditch

I think the Cameron Pass Ditch, constructed in 1882, may be a forerunner of the Michigan Ditch (1902), that was extended to additional streams, but uses the same route across Cameron Pass.

Literature Cited:
- United States Geological Society, 1958.  

Cameron Pass ditch diverts water from tributaries of Michigan River in sec. 2, T. 6 N., R. 76 W., to Joe Wright Creek in sec. 2, T. 6 N., R. 76 W. (USGS, 1958)

 

   

#8 - Michigan Ditch

 

Literature Cited:
- United States Geological Society, 1958.

Other articles: Colorado State Highway 14 at Cameron Pass
Full Size ImageLocation of Michigan Ditch, Jackson County, Colorado  

Location of Michigan Ditch.

Michigan ditch diverts water from Michigan River and many small tributaries in secs. 2 and 11 to 15, T. 6 N., R. 76 W., to Joe Wright Creek (tributary of Cache la Poudre River) in sec. 2, T. 6 N., R. 76 W. (USGS, 1958)

 

   

#9 - Grand River Ditch

 

Other articles: Forest Road 156 at La Poudre Pass

Locations: Grand Ditch.
Full Size ImageLocation of Grand Ditch  

Diverts water from Baker Gulch at the south end, and several other creeks on its northward course through La Poudre Pass into the Cache la Poudre River basin.  

 

   

#10 - Adams Tunnel (Colorado-Big Thompson Project)

 

PDF FileMap of Colorado-Big Thompson Project.
PDF FileBrochure about Colorado-Big Thompson Project.
Full Size ImageLocation of Colorado-Big Thompson Project  
The Adams Tunnel and its related tunnels, pipelines, and ditches is the largest diversion of water into the South Platte River Basin. Ten reservoirs, about 18 dams and dikes, the Alva B. Adams Tunnel under the Continental Divide, as well as six power plants, make up the project.

Literature Cited:
- Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District, 2013.  

Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District

www.northernwater.org

Colorado-Big Thompson & Windy Gap Project Statistics

West SlopeMax. CapacityActive CapacitySurface AcresMax. DepthShoreline
Grand Lake 68,600 acre feet n/a 515 acres 265 feet 4.5 miles
Shadow Mountain Reservoir 17,354 acre feet 1,839 acre feet 1,337 acres 37 feet 8.0 miles
Lake Granby 539,758 acre feet 465,568 acre feet 7,260 acres 221 feet 40 miles
Willow Creek Reservoir 10,553 acre feet 3,329 acre feet 303 acres 124 feet 7 miles
Windy Gap Reservoir 445 acre feet n/a 106 acres 25 feet 1.5 miles
Green Mountain Reservoir 154,645 acre feet 146,779 acre feet 2,130 acres 254 feet 19 miles
East SlopeMax. CapacityActive CapacitySurface AcresMax. DepthShoreline
Lake Estes 3,068 acre feet n/a 185 acres 45 feet 4.0 miles
Mary's Lake 927 acre feet n/a 42 acres 33 feet 1.0 mile
Pinewood Reservoir 2,181 acre feet n/a 97 acres 24 feet 3.0 miles
Flatiron Reservoir 760 acre feet n/a 47 acres 18 feet 2.0 miles
Carter Lake 112,230 acre feet 108,924 acre feet 1,110 acres 180 feet 12 miles
Horsetooth Reservoir 156,735 acre feet 149,732 acre feet 1,900 acres 188 feet 25 miles
Boulder Reservoir 13,270 acre feet 11,970 acre feet 700 acres 28 feet 4.0 miles

Literature Cited:
- Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District, 2017.

Other articles: US Hwy 40 at Windy Gap Res

Locations: Windy Gap Reservoir.  

Windy Gap Reservoir is a small diversion facility located directly below the confluence of the Colorado and Fraser rivers, about 5 miles (8.0 km) downstream of Granby. Water from the Fraser River, as well as other inflows to the Colorado below Granby Dam, is diverted here and pumped eastwards to Lake Granby.

The existing 445-acre-foot Windy Gap Reservoir was not built for water storage. Instead, it acts as a forebay to pool the water before it enters the Windy Gap Pump Plant and is pumped to Lake Granby.

Other articles: County Road 40 at Willow Ck Dam US Highway 34 at Willow Ck Canal

Locations: Willow Creek Pump Canal. Willow Creek Reservoir.  

Willow Creek Reservoir, Willow Creek Pump Canal to a pumping station, then a canal into Rainbow Bay of Lake Granby.

Other articles: US Highway 34 at Lk Granby

Locations: Lake Granby.  

Lake Granby is the third largest body of water in Colorado. It was created by the erection of Granby Dam, completed in 1950, as part of the Bureau of Reclamation's Colorado-Big Thompson Project.

Other articles: US Highway 34 at Granby Pump Canal

Locations: Granby Pump Canal. Granby Pumping Plant.  

Granby Pumping Plant and Pump Canal.

Other articles: US Highway 34 at Shadow Mtn Lk

Locations: Shadow Mountain Lake.  

Shadow Mountain Lake is an artificial lake created by Shadow Mountain Dam. The lake bed was a relatively flat meadow, which accounts for its shallow depth (37 feet). The active pool, amount of water that can be drawn down, is very small because the pool elevation is the same as Grand Lake, making Shadow Mountain Lake essentially a canal to move diverted water to Grand Lake from the Lake Granby Pumping Plant.

Other articles: Cairns Street. at Lakeside

Locations: Point Park Picnic Area.  

The channel between Shadow Mountain Lake and Grand Lake is the former outlet of Grand Lake through a glacial terminal moraine. It now appears to have a headgate. There is public access here, at the Point Park Picnic Area.

Other articles: Colorado Highway 278 “West Portal Road” at Grand Lake

Locations: Grand Lake.  

Grand Lake is Colorado's largest and deepest natural lake. It is located in the headwaters of the Colorado River in Grand County, Colorado. The lake fills a glaciated valley that is dammed in part by glacial till from the Pinedale Glaciation, and is younger than about 12,000 years. Natural tributaries to the lake are the North Inlet and East Inlet, both of which flow out of Rocky Mountain National Park, which surrounds the lake on three sides. Grand Lake was named Spirit Lake by the Ute Tribe because they believed the lake's cold waters to be the dwelling place of departed souls.
  (Adams Tunnel overview

Other articles: Colorado Highway 278 “West Portal Road” at Tunnel Access Rd

Locations: Alva B Adams Tunnel.  

Adams Tunnel inlet
  Adams Tunnel outlet

Other articles: Colorado State Highway 66 East Portal

Locations: East Portal.  

East Portal surge basin

Locations: Aspen Creek Siphon.  

Aspen Creek siphon.

Locations: Rams Horn Tunnel.  

Rams Horn Tunnel
  Penstock and powerhouse.

Other articles: Marys Lake Road at MarysLk

Locations: Marys Lake.  

Marys Lake

Locations: Prospect Mountain Tunnel.  

Prospect Mountain Tunnel
  Power Plant

Other articles: Field Notes 23 Sep 2014 US Highway 34 at Lake Estes

Locations: Lake Estes.
Full Size ImageLake Estes, just east of Estes Park  

Lake Estes

Locations: Olympus Tunnel.  

Olympus Tunnel

Locations: Pole Hill Tunnel.  

Pole Hill Tunnel

Locations: Pole Hill Canal.  

Pole Hill Canal

Locations: Pole Hill Power Plant.  

Penstock and Pole Hill Power Plant
  Surge basin

Locations: Rattlesnake Tunnel.  

Rattlesnake Tunnel

Other articles: Pole Hill Road at Pinewood Lk

Locations: Pinewood Lake.
PDF FileItem found on GNIS about Pinewood Lake.  

Pinewood Lake

Locations: Bald Mountain Tunnel.  

Bald Mountain Tunnel

Locations: Flatiron Penstocks.  

Flat Iron Penstock

Locations: Flatiron Powerplant.  

Flat Iron Power Plant

Other articles: Pole Hill Road at Flatiron Res

Locations: Flatiron Reservoir.  

Flat Iron Reservoir
  Pressure Tunnel

Locations: Carter Lake Reservoir.  

Carter Lake Reservoir
  Horsetooth Supply Canal

Other articles: County Road 23 Horsetooth Reservoir

Locations: Horsetooth Reservoir.  

Horsetooth Reservoir

 

   

#11 - Moffat Tunnel

 

Full Size ImageLocation of Moffat Tunnel and related tunnels and ditches.  
The Moffat “System, ” including Moffat Tunnel, six other tunnels, numerous pipelines, and many miles of open ditches, diverts about the 4th-most volume of water among transbasin water diversion projects in Colorado.

Other articles: US Hwy 40 at Overlook

Locations: Moffat Overlook.  

The inlet to the Moffat Tunnel can be seen from the location Moffat Overlook, accessible from US Highway 40, or from Winter Park Drive.

Other articles: Tolland Road East Portal

Locations: East Portal.  

The outlet of the Moffat Tunnel is at East Portal, Gilpin County, at the end of County Road 16.

 

   

#12 - Berthoud Pass Ditch

 

 

   

#13 - Straight Creek Tunnel

 

Other articles: Interstate 70 at exit

Locations: Straight Creek.  

Straight Creek is found on the west side of the Eisenhower Tunnel. From there it drains southwesternly into the Blue River at Silverthorne. At the Eisenhower Tunnel, which was originally called the Straight Creek Tunnel, Straight Creek is diverted east into Clear Creek.
  The Inlet is somewhere just northwest of the west portal of the Eisenhower Tunnel. It is not visible in aerial imagery.
  The outlet is somewhere near the east portal of the Eisenhower Tunnel, probably in the Loveland Ski Area. It is not visible in aerial imagery.

 

   

#14 - Vidler Tunnel

 

Locations: Vidler Mine.  

The Vidler Tunnel was originally constructed by the Argentine Central Railroad as a better alternative to building railroad tracks over Argentine Pass. It is now used by the City of Golden to divert water to the Clear Creek Basin by way of Leavenworth Creek, from Peru Creek in the Snake Riverm then Blue River basin.

Other articles: Peru Creek Road Vidler Tunnel  

The inlet to the Vidler Tunnel is in Horseshoe Basin with water gathered from Peru Creek.

Other articles: Leavenworth Creek Road Vidler Tunnel  

The outlet of the Vidler Tunnel is above Leavenworth Creek.

 

   

#15 - Harold D. Roberts Tunnel

 

Other articles: US Highway 285 at Roberts Tunnel Interstate 70 Dillon Reservoir

Locations: Harold D. Roberts Tunnel.  

 

 

   

#16 - Boreas Pass Ditch

 

 

   

#17 - Hoosier Pass Tunnel

 

 

   

#18 - Columbine Ditch

 

 

   

#19 - Ewing Ditch

 

 

   

#20 - Wurtz Ditch

 

 

   

#21 - Homestake Tunnel

 

 

   

#22 - Charles H. Boustead Tunnel

 

 

   

#23 - Busk-Ivanhoe Tunnel

 

 

   

#24 - Twin Lakes Tunnel

 

 

   

#25 - Larkspur Ditch

 

 

   

#26 - Hudson Branch Ditch

 

 

   

#27 - Medano Pass Ditch

 

 

   

#28 - Tarbell Ditch

 

 

   

#29 - Tabor Ditch

 

 

   

#30 - Weminuche Pass Ditch

 

 

   

#31 - Pine River-Weminuche Pass Ditch

 

 

   

#32 - Williams Creek-Squaw Pass Ditch

 

 

   

#33 - Don La Font Ditch Nos. 1 & 2

 

 

   

#34 - Treasure Pass Ditch

 

 

   

#35 - San Juan-Chama Project

 

 

   

#36 - Red Mountain Ditch

 

 

   

#37 - Carbon Lake Ditch

 

 

   

#38 - Mineral Point Ditch

 

 

   

#39 - Leon Tunnel

 

 

   

#40 - Divide Highline Feeder Ditch

 

 

   

#41 - Sarvis Ditch

 

 

   

#42 - Stillwater Ditch

 

 

   

#43 - Dome Ditch

 

 

   

#44 - Redlands Power Canal

 

 

 

   

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Coleman, Caitlin. 2014. Citizen's Guide to Colorado's Transbasin Diversions. 2014.
  Holleran, Michael. 2005. Historic Context for Irrigation and Water Supply Ditches and Canals in Colorado. Denver, CO: Unicersity of Colorado at Denver, 2005.
  Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. 2013. Colorado-BigThompson & Windy Gap Project Statistics. Date retrieved 15 November 2017, https://www.northernwater.org/docs/Water_Projects/CBTandWgStats_2013.pdf
  Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. 2017. How Windy Gap Works. Date retrieved: 13 November 2017, http://www.northernwater.org/WaterProjects/HowWindyGapWorks.aspx
  Tait, C. E. 1902. Storage of water on Cache La Poudre and Big Thompson Rivers. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Experiment Stations. 134. Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1903.
  United States Geological Society. 1958. Transbasin diversions from North Platte River Basin to Cache la Poudre River basin, in Colorado. Part 6-B. Missouri River Basin below Sioux City, Iowa. Surface Water Supply of the United States 1955. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1958.
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