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CPW stocks about 90 million fish annually :)
Thanks Sarah :)
what is sav?
What was acreage again?
were there any changes in groundwater use in the watershed?
great presentation, thank you! so sad though
That was a really scary story! Thanks!
Was there any sign of internal phosphorus cycling?
Thank you, that was a great presentation! :)
In 2001 it sounded like there was a diverse fishery. Is there a fishery anymore?
was climate unique prior to 2001? maybe lots of rain/snow?
how did new invasive vegetation got introduced? recreational use?
maybe that is not an artesian connection, but really is a portal to somewhere different
Does DW have estimate for forgone expenses resulting from Forest to Faucet program? Can the Shared Stewardship model be used for pre-wildfire work as well as post wildfire work? How is the Forest to Faucet program set up, 501c3, IGA, MOU?
J. Toby Minear
Thanks for the presentation, Christina. Are most of the post-wildfire expenses due to dredging? That seemed to be the case for Strontia Springs - just wondering if that is the case for other reservoirs and watersheds.
CFRI Publications Link: https://cfri.colostate.edu/publications/. Lots of great info there. The Denver Water specific publication is about 10 down. Kelly Jones was the PI.
With a son at CSU, Im curious what their role is in the Forests to Faucets program? BTW, that's a great name!
J. Toby Minear
More of a comment than a question: That issue of sustaining dam sites that we already have is a key point and it is not well recognized at the state or federal level (we wish it were). We published a recent study along those lines for sustaining US reservoirs into the future. Trying to avoid sediment in reservoirs is a key component to sustaining their useful life, and wildfires are a large component of sediment supply. In case anyone is interested (it would be interesting to pull out the CO reservoirs to see how CO might do in the future): https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0022169421007344
How are the lakes sampled for algae and chlorophyll? Is it a depth profile composite or just a grab?
Marcie - did you observe any wildlife impacts (e.g., ducks, fish) from the blooms, particularly at Sloans lake?
that was awesome! Thank you, Marcie :)
Very interesting presentation!
Is there any preliminary insights to relation of the PC to Chlorophyll?
Is Sloans lake a drinking water source?
very cool tool Marcie
Thank you. Very helpful.
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Thanks for a great conference CLRMA!