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PROTOTYPE OIL SHALE LEASING PROGRAM 



OIL SHALE T RACT C-b 
DEVELOPMENT MONITORING REPO RT #3 
(May 1979 through October 1979) 



Submitted to: 

Mr. Peter A. Rutledge 
Area Oil Shale Supervisor 

Conservation District 
U. S. Geological Survey 
Grand Junction, Colorado 



By: 

CATHEDRAL BLUFFS SH ALE OIL COMPANY 

"TENNECO OIL' COMPANY 
OCCIDENTAL OIL SHALE, INC., OPERATOR 



JANUARY 15, 1980 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS UY VOLUME NUMBER 



VOLUME 
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T ABLE OF CONT ENTS 

INTRODUCTION 

I. PRE-EXPI.ORATION ENVIRONMENTAL RECONNAISSANCE SURVEYS 

ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT MONITORING PROGRAMS 

Hydrology and Water Quality 

1 . Surface Streams 

2. Springs and Seeps 

3. Ground Water 

4. Supplemental Water Data 

Air Quality 

1. Air Quality and Surface Meteorology 

2. Low Altitude Meteorology 

3. Upper Air Studies 

4. Visibility 

5. Noise 

6. Atmospheric Diffusion Studies 

7. Particulate Analysis 

8. Trace Metals (Inactive) 

9. Inversion Studies 

10. Tethersonde Soundings 

11. Air Quality Assurance 
References 

Biology 

1. Terrestrial Wildlife Studies 

2. Aquatic Studies 

3. Terrestrial Vegetation Studies 

4. Soil Survey and Productivity Assessment (Inactive) 

5. Dendrochronology and Dendroclimatology (Inactive) 

OTHER STUDIES 

Fish and Wildlife Management Plan (Inactive) 
Revegetation Studies 
Microenvironmental Studies 
Tract Photography 

1 . Surface Photography 

2. Aerial Photography 
Archaeological Studies 
Scenic Values Study (Inactive) 
Industrial Health and Safety 
Traffic Load 
Geology 

DATA AUTOMATION 

A. Automation Status 

B. Station Computer Code 

C. Station Coordinates 



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BIOLOGY 



STUDY AND CATEGORY 

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Terrestrial Wildlife Studies II C-5 

Aquatic Studies II C-27 

Terrestrial Vegetation Studies II C-43 

Soil Survey and Productivity Assessment II C-45 

Dendrochronology and Dendroclimatology II C-47 






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s ) II C-1 TERRESTRIAL WILDLIFE STUDIES 

Introduction 

Data were gathered from May 1979 through October 1979. Discussion of the 
tabular data contained in this section will be restricted to a brief descrip- 
tion of the methods used. 

Scope of Work 

During this reporting period, the following studies were conducted for 
mule deer: Pellet group densities, browse production and utilization, and 
natural mortality. In addition, coyote abundance, lagomorph abundance, and 
small mammal species diversity and abundance studies were also conducted. 

Methods 

Mule Deer Pellet Group Densities 

Pellet group counts were conducted along 30 permanent transects. The 
plots were raked in the fall and the pellet groups were counted in the spring. 

Browse Production and Utilization 

Production and utilization studies of bitterbrush and mountain mahogany 
were conducted along 18 transects; consisting of 150 bitterbrush shrubs and 30 
mountain mahogany shrubs. Methods consist of measuring lengths of current 
growth in the fall (10 shoots per shrub), marking main stems for relocation, 
and measuring what remains of the current annual growth in the spring. 

Natural Mortality 

Sampling was done in the spring on 10 plots located in lateral draws and 
sagebrush gulches. The age and sex of all deer that had died that previous 
winter were recorded, and each carcus is marked with a metal tag, stamped with 
the current year. 

Coyote Abundance 

Coyote abundance was calculated using data collected in October from 30 
miles of scent posts (based on U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service design) set 
one day and collected the following day. 

Lagomorph Abundance 

Lagomorph pellet counts were conducted along the same transects used for 
deer pellet group counts. Plot size is .001 acre; plots are checked both in 
the spring and fall . 






Small Mammal 

Small mammal trapping was conducted in June and August on the same sites 
as previous years. During the August trapping period, 100 additional traps 
were set in the proposed sprinkler irrigation area. Trapping occurred for 
three consecutive nights (omitting rainy days); after each night, all traps 
were moved to a nearby transect location. 

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Results 

Mule Deer Pellet Group Densities 

Pellet group density data is presented in Table II C-l, showing a decrease 
in pellet group density from previous years, undoubtedly reflecting the severe 
winter. 

Browse Production and Utilization 

Production and utilization data of bitterbrush and mountain mahogony are 
presented in Tables II C-2 and II C-3. Browse production increased while 
utilization decreased. 

Natural Mortality 

Mule deer natural mortality results is shown in Table II C-4. An increase 
in mortality corresponds to the severe winter. 

Coyote Abundance 

Coyote scent post data is presented in Table II C-5. The index is below 
the past five year average of 122. 

Lagomorph Abundance 

Relative abundance data of cottontails and jackrabbits are presented in 
Table II C-6. 

Small Mammals 

Relative abundance data of small mammals are presented in Table II C-7. 
Several shrews were captured this year. 



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Table II C-l 



Deer pellet group densities, 1978-79. 



Transect 



Mean pellet groups 
per acre ± SE (n)* 



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Chained pinyon-juniper: 

BA17 
BA18 
BA25 
BA21 
BA20 
BA23 
BA01 
BA02 
BA03 
BA04 
BA05 
BA06 
BA07 
BA08 
BA09 
BA28 
BA30 
BA31 

Pinyon-juniper woodland: 

BA19 
BA26 
BA27 
BA16 
BA22 
BA24 
BA10 
BAH 
BA12 



275 
255 
220 
430 
315 
300 
210 
195 
125 
350 
465 
165 
135 
170 
175 
295 
295 
365 



285 
145 
165 
195 
85 
310 
245 
335 
250 



44.1 
45.6 
46.8 
75.4 
43.1 
45.3 
47.5 
35.9 
27.0 
59.6 
68.5 
43.1 
36.5 
30.0 
36.2 
42.0 
55.5 
61.7 



56 
32 
43 
39 
23 
66 
60 
59 
42 



(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 
(20) 



,3 (20) 

.8 (20) 

7 (20) 

.4 (20) 

,3 (20) 

5 (20) 

,5 (20) 

1 (20) 

,6 (20) 



*n ■ number of 0.01 acre plots sampled 



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Table II C-2 


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'roduction an 


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ization 


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Transect 


A 
PRODUCTION: 
length of new 
shoots in fall (mm) 
Mean ± SE (nj* 


B 
Lengths of shoots 
remaining in 

spring (mm) r 
Mean ± SE (n)* L 


C 
UTILIZATION: 
in percent 

= ^-^- X 100 


Bitterbrush, 
chained habitat 














BAl 8 
BA25 
BA21 
BA20 
BA23 


266 ± 14.6 
174 ± 13.8 
211 ± 29.3 
246 ± 22.3 
274 ± 32.7 


(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 


81 
71 
54 
66 
76 


± 12.7 
± 13.0 
± 10.8 
± 8.3 
± 12.5 


(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 


70 
59 
74 
73 
72 


Combined 


234 ± 11.5 


(50) 


70 


± 5.1 


(50) 


70 


Bitterbrush, 
pinyon-juniper 














BAl 9 
BA26 
BA27 
BAl 6 
BA22 
BA24 


123 ± 19.7 
133 ± 8.0 
154 ± 11.5 
150 ± 16.3 
180 ± 16.6 
116 ± 13.7 


(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 


37 
62 
91 
26 
45 
50 


± 8.9 
± 7.9 
± 12.7 
± 6.4 
± 7.6 
± 13.1 


(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 


70 
53 
41 
83 
75 
57 


Combined 


143 ± 6.4 


(60) 


52 


± 4.7 


(10) 


64 


Bitterbrush 
(fertilized), 
chained habitat 










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BA28 
BA31 
BAl 7 
BA30 


183 ± 29.1 (10) 
260 ± 32.8 (10) 
223 ± 40.0 (10) 
200 ± 27.7 (10) 


64 
37 
52 
36 


± 14.1 
± 5.6 
± 16.2 
± 8.5 


(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 


65 
86 
77 
82 


Combined 


217 ± 16.4 


(40) 


47_ 


± 5.2 


(40) 


78 


Mt. mahogany, 
chained habitat 












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BA28( fertilized) 
BAl 7 (fertilized) 
BA29( control) 


132 ± 10.0 
114 ± 9.7 
134 ± 16.2 


(10) 
(10) 
(10) 


22 
28 
29 


± 4.8 (10) 
± 7.1 (10) 
± 8.0 (10) 


83 
75 
78 


Combined 


126 ± 7.1 


(30) 


26 


± 3.8 (30) 


79 


*n = number of si 


irubs sampled 











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Table II C-3 



Browse Production, 1979. 



Transect 



PRODUCTION: 
length of new 
shoots in fall (mm) 
Mean ± SE (n)* 



Bitterbrush, chained pinyon- juniper habitat 

On Tract C-b: 

BA18 
BA25 
BA21 
BA20 
BA23 

On Tract, fertilized plots; 

BA28 (nitrogen) 

BA31 (nitrogen 

BA33 (nitrogen) 

BA17 (nitrogen, phosphorous) 

BA30 (nitrogen, phosphorous) 

BA32 (nitrogen, phosphorous) 



On Big Jimmy Ridge: 



BA01 
BA04 
BA09 



Bitterbrush, pi nyon- juniper woodland 

BA19 
BA26 
BA27 
BA16 
BA22 
BA24 

Mt. mahogany, chained pi nyon- juniper habitat 

On Tract C-b: 

BA17 
BA28 
BA29 



173 
150 
189 
242 
166 



157 
230 
154 
162 
189 
202 



± 11.8 (10) 



19.5 
22.3 
23.1 
12.9 



11.4 
16.7 
16.1 



126 
133 
131 
145 
170 
107 



15.2 
12.7 
16.7 
10.2 
22.2 
12.2 



(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 



16.9 (10) 
20.4 (15) 



(15) 
(10) 
(15) 



± 20.0 (15) 



228 ± 26.6 (10) 
249 ± 25.8 (10) 
119 ± 14.3 (10) 



(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 



93 ± 8.1 (10) 
150 ± 32.9 (10) 
108 1 12.4 (10) 



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*n ■ number of shrubs sampled 



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Table II C-4 - 


Results 


of deer mortal i 


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Year 


Sampling 
Location 




No. of 
carcasses 
found 




Hectares 

sampled 

(acres) 


Carcasses 

per hectare 

( /acre) 


1978-79 


Sagebrush- 
lateral draw 




34 




70.5(174) 


0.482(0.195) 


1977-78 


Sagebrush- 
lateral draw 




25 




< 
70.5(174) 


0.355(0.144) 


1976-77 


Interim monitoring 


period - No 


sampling 






1975-76 


Lateral draws 




8 




7.25(18) 


1.10(0.44) 


1974-75 


Lateral draws 




11 




7.25(18) 


1.52(0.61) 









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. fc Table II C-5 Results of the coyote scent station survey, 1979. 

r 

No. of No. of 

Line Location Stations Visits 



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Big Jimmy 




25 


2 


2 


SG-9 




10 





3 


Scandard 




10 





4 


SG-15 




10 


1 


5 


SG-11 




10 


2 


6 


Stewart ridge 




15 


2 


7 


Stewart valley 




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8 


Bailey ridge 




10 







Index of abundance 


No. 
No. 

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100 


of visits y 10Q0 
of stations A ,uuu 

X 1000 = 70 





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Table II c-6 Relative abundance of cottontail and jackrabbits, 1978-79. 

Each transect consists of twenty 0.001 acre plots. 



No. of plots with 
Transect lagomorph droppings 



Chained habitat 

BA01 5 

BA02 1 

BA03 7 

BA04 8 

BA05 14 

BA06 17 

BA07 15 

BA08 15 

BA09 16 

BA17 3 

BA18 5 

BA25 8 

BA21 7 

BA20 7 

BA23 8 

BA28 3 

BA30 4 

BA31 3 

Pi nyon- juniper habitat 

BA10 11 

BAH 18 

BA12 10 

BA13 14 

BAH 15 

BA15 1 

BA16 7 

BA19 4 

BA22 9 

BA24 . 6 

BA26 15 

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Avifauna 



Introduction 

Estimates of density, percent relative abundance, and diversity 
indices were calculated for songbird and songbird-like species for 
1979 between May 22 and June 29. Raptor nest censusing for 1979 
was conducted during April and June. 



Scope of Work 

Two transects in chained piny on- juniper rangeland and two 
transects in piny on- juniper woodland were censused in triplicate. 
One chained pinyon- juniper transect is located near the proposed 
construction site, the other at a control site which will not be 
subject to future disturbance. The pinyon- juniper woodland transects 
are also located in an area near future disturbance and in a control 
area. Forty-nine raptor nest locations were checked for nesting 
activity. 



Methods 

The method employed for censusing was the strip transect method 
as described by Emlen (1971). This method provides data from which 
quantitative estimates of density of songbird and songbird-like species 
can be calculated. Transects are 800m long and are permanently 
marked with steel rebar stakes and flagging. The method used for 
the analysis of quantitative data collected from transects sampled 
are similiar to the analytical methods described in the Sixth Quarterly 
Report on Inventory of Avifauna at Tract C-b Shale Oil Project (Ecology 
Consultants, Inc., 1976). Estimates of density, percent relative 
abundance, and diversity indices were calculated for each census 
period. 

Nests were found using photographs and topographic maps of 
their locations. Observations were made using a spotting scope 
from a safe distance (50 meters or more) so as not to disturb 
possible nesting activity. Any new or undocumented nests were 
photographed and recorded. Where there was no observed activity, 
closed examination of the nest was made to look for fresh pellets, 
whitewash or green material. 



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Results 

Table II C-8 lists the bird species observed during the Spring 
1979 census. Tables II C-9 through II C-12 summarize strip transect 
results and estimates for relative abundance and density for each 
transect. Diversity indices for each transect are present in 
Table II C-13. As with previous sample periods, the pinyon-juniper 
woodland exhibited greater avian diversity than the chained pinyon- 
juniper range! and. 

In April, during the search for early nesting raptors, fifteen 
raptor nests were active: Nine red-tailed hawks, four great horned 
owls, one golden eagle, and one raven. 

In June, during the search for late nesting raptors three active 
nests were observed. Two broods of red- tailed hawks were observed. 

Table II C-14 shows the raptor nesting record for the raptors on 
Tract C-b and the surrounding area. 

Nomenclature used in this report follows the American Ornithologists 
Union (AOU) Checklist of North American Birds (AOU, 1957) and sub- 
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TABLE II C-9 

AVIFAUNA ESTIMATES ON TRANSECT 1, CHAINED PINYON- JUNIPER RANGELAND 
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0.57 


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0.49 


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II C-19 



TABLE II C-10 

AVIFAUNA ESTIMATES ON TRANSECT 2, PINYON- JUNIPER WOODLAND (DEVELOPMENTAL), 
AT TRACT C-b FOR SPRING SAMPLE PERIOD, 1979 



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0.74 


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0.56 


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0.45 


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0.42 


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0.59 


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0.75 


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11.9 


Black-throated gray warbler 


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0.60 


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II C-20 



TABLE II C-ll 

AVIFAUNA ESTIMATES ON TRANSECT 3, CHAINED PINYON- JUNIPER RANGELAND 
(DEVELOPMENTAL), AT TRACT C-b FOR SPRING SAMPLE PERIOD, 1979 



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1.00 


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0.25 




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4.8 


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0.57 


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32.9 


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12 


0.57 


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0.72 


24.6 


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1 


0.63 


* 


0.06 


2.1 


Brewer's sparrow 


12 


0.49 


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0.84 " 


28.8 








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2.92 





II C-21 



TABLE II C-12 

AVIFAUNA ESTIMATES ON TRANSECT 4, P I NYON- JUNIPER WOODLAND (CONTROL), 
AT TRACT C-b FOR SPRING SAMPLE PERIOD, 1979 



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2 


0.25 


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6.9 


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2 


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6.9 


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1 


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5 


0.52 


JU 


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7.8 


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5 


0.47 


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0.36 


8.8 


Hermit thrush 


4 


0.66 


Jt. 


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4.9 


Mountain bluebird 


6 


0.42 


JU 


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11.8 


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6 


0.59 


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0.34 


8.3 


Black-throated gray warbler 


20 


0.60 


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1.14 


27.9 


Cassin's finch 


5 


0.50 


* 


0.34 


8.3 


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0.34 


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RAPTOR 


NESTING RECORD 


Nest No. 


Species 


Status 


Status 






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1977 






April June 


Apri 1 June 


1 


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E or Y 


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7 


Red- tailed Hawk 




I 


8 


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4Y 




9 


Common Raven 






10 


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11 


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12 


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13 


Red- tailed Hawk 






14 


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15 


Unknown 






16 


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17 


Great Horned Owl 






18 


Red- tailed Hawk 






19 


Great Horned Owl 


1Y 




20 


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21 


Not on Map 






22 


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23 


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24 


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25 


Great Horned Owl 






26 


Unknown 






27 


Unknown 






28 


Golden Eagle 


1Y 




29 


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30 


Red- tailed Hawk 


2Y 




31 


Unknown 






32 


Great Horned Owl 


2Y 


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33 


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34 


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35 


Unknown 






36 


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2Y 




37 


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38 


Unknown 






39 


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1Y 




40 


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41 


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42 


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42 a 


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43 


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44 


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I 




45 


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46 


Red- tailed Hawk 






47 


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48 


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49 


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April June 



2Y 



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Status 

1979 

April June 



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or Y = adult bird observed in an incubating post ure; due to time of 

year, assumed to be either incubating eggs or brooding very young chicks, 



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> II C-2 AQUATIC STUDIES 

Introduction 

Aquatic sampling for periphyton was conducted from May 1, 1979 through 
November 1, 1979. Benthos data were also collected between May 1 through 
November 1 . 

Scope of Work 

Periphyton data were collected monthly during the reporting period at the 
following stations: Hunter Creek Gauging Station WU61 (PC-6), Stewart Gulch 
Gauging Station WU07 (PC-1) and starting in June a station was placed midway 
between the above stations. Benthos data was collected by the U. S. Geological 
Survey at the same stations as stated in previous reports. 

Methods 

Collection of periphyton samples is accomplished monthly from two sites 
using artificial substrated (glass slides) which have been incubated in the 
water for at least 21 days. Sampling ran from May 1, 1979 to November 1, 1979, 
resulting in five collections. Six glass slides were incubated at each of the 
two locations. At the time of collection, three slides are collected at each 
location and placed in individual plastic containers for biomass analysis (total 
of 6 slides). Also, three additional slides are collected in individual plastic 
containers and preserved with "M-3" preservative, a modified Lugol's solution, for 
taxonomic identification and enumeration (total of 6 slides). 

The slides collected for biomass are oven dried at 105°C to constant weight. 
They are then weighed to the nearest milligram, ashed at 500°C, rewetted with 
distilled water to replace the water of hydration, oven dried, and weighed again. 
Biomass is reported as mg ash-free dry weight per cm . 

Slides collected for taxonomic identification and enumeration are scraped 
into an appropriate volume of water along with a sufficient amount of preserva- 
tive to limit microbial growth and/or algal decomposition. The resulting 
solution is mixed thoroughly, and an aliquot withdrawn for quantitative analysis 
using an inverted microscope at a magnification of 560X. 

Results 



Periphyton 

Table II C-15 is a composite list of all periphyton taxa collected during 
the sampling period. Periphyton data for abundance (ash free dry weight) are 
presented in Tables II C-16 thru II C-20 . Diatoms dominated the periphyton at 
all stations during the entire study accounting for 88.5 to 100% of the total 
relative abundance of all algae identified. 

Benthos 

Benthos data are not available at this time; they are being compiled by the 
U. S. Geological Survey. 



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Data were collected in four of the programs in the Other Studies categories 
during the period May 1979 through October 1979. These programs were the 
Micro-environmental Studies, the Tract Photography Studies, the Industrial 
Health and Safety Studies, and the Traffic Load Studies. The other programs 
in the Other Studies categories were inactive during this time period. 



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III-C MICRO-CLIMATE PROGRAM 



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Micro-climatic parameters for May, 1979 - October, 1979 include the 
following: 

1. Maximum and minimum temperature at surface and at one meter. 

2. Precipitation 

Scope 

In addition to the extensive meteorology study in the Air Quality Section, 
micro-climatic stations are monitored. Studies on micro-climatic para- 
meters on the C-b Tract provide data that are useful in assessing changes 
in vegetation production and structure, animal populations, or animal 
activity patterns, and may also be correlated with changes in functional 
components of the C-b ecosystem that may occur as a result of shale oil 
development. Five microclimatic stations are located in developmental 
sites and five in control sites. 
The following sites are monitored: 

Mc Station Locations 

BC01 Chained Pinyon-juniper Rangeland, Veg. Plot 1 

BC02 Chained Pinyon-juniper Rangeland, Veg. Plot 2 

BC03 Plateau Sagebrush, Veg. Plot 3 

BC04 Valley Bottom Sagebrush, Veg. Plot 4 

BC05 Pinyon-juniper Woodland, Veg. Plot 5 

BC06 Pinyon-juniper Woodland, Veg. Plot 6 

BC07 Chained Pinyon-juniper Rangeland 

(Animal Trapping Transect) 

BC08 Bunchgrass Community, South-facing Slope 

BC09 Valley Bottom Sagebrush, Mouth of Sorghum Gulch 

BC13 Mixed Mountain Shrub! and, North-facing Slope 

All temperature readings consist only of maximum and minimum readings 
for two-week periods. Precipitation will be measured only during 
the growing season, March through October. Therefore, precipitation 
data from meteorology stations AB20 and AB23 are utilized for winter- 
month readings (November - February) for valley and pinyon-juniper 
microclimate stations. Snow measurements are obtained approximately 
from November - February. 

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TEMPERATURE MAXIMA AND MINIMA AND PRECIPITATION TOTALS 
MAY '79 - OCTOBER '79 



Site 
Number 


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Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air. Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


18 

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20 

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0.00 


20 

-12 

40 

-12 

1.50 


20 

6 

42 

-3 

0.03 


28 


40 



0.30 


27 
-1 
40 
-4 
0.05 


28 
-6 
35 
-5 
0.23 


BC02 


Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


24 

-10 

26 

-12 
0.00 


29 
-5 
43 
-7 
3.91 


36 
-9 
43 
-2 
0.08 


34 
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40 

2 

2.03 


29 
-1 
39 
-4 
0.03 


29 
-5 
34 

-6 
0.30 


BC03 


Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


15 
-9 
22 

-8 
0.00 


28 
-3 
35 
-6 
4.11 


27 

-10 

37 

-8 

0.08 


30 
1 

37 

6 

0.46 


26 
-2 
39 
-2 
0.13 


930.0 

930.0 

32 

-3 

0.28 


BC04 


Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


20 

-5 

23 

-10 

0.00 


35 

-8 

36 

4 

4.01 


37 

-1 

41 



0.13 


39 


35 



1.65 


32 
-5 
30 
-6 
0.03 


31 
-7 
32 
-8 
0.36 


BC05 


Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


21 

-10 

25 

-6 

0.00 


34 

". -1 

38 

-2 

2.46 


34 
-5 
37 
-9 
0.05 


35 

1 

40 

5 

0.97 


32 
-5 
34 
-2 
0.03 


27 
-8 
30 
-8 
0.08 


BC06 


Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


21 
-12 

25 
-14 

0.00 


33 

-7 

41 



4.67 


32 
-3 
42 

-11 
0.08 


32 

3 

44 

1 

2.79 


31 
-5 
38 
-2 

0.10 


29 

-7 

34 

-3 

0.38 


BC07 


Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Tot-al Precipitation (Cm) 


21 
-7 
24 
-9 
0.00 


34 
-7 
36 
-8 
3.07 


35 
-5 
37 
-3 
0.05 


36 
3 

36 
2 

1.65 


30 
-4 
35 
-5 
0.00 


28 
-6 
28 
-6 
0.25 


BC08 


Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


9850 
9850 
9850 
9850 
9850 


37 

1 

39 

-5 

0.41 


34 

1 

47 

-4 

0.13 


9850 
9850 
9850 
9850 
9850 


25 
-2 
38 
-1 
0.00 


2: 

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33 

-1 

0.05 


BC09 


Air Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Air Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


22 
-12 

30 

-10 

0.00 


35 

-10 

42 

-6 
5.16 


36 


40 



0.20 


38 

-2 

39 

2 

0.08 


33 
-9 
39 
-7 
0.05 


29 
-12 

35 

-9 

9450 


BCD 


Air Temperature Maximum (oc) 
Air Temperature Minimum (oc) 
Surface Temperature Maximum (°C) 
Surface Temperature Minimum (°C) 
Total Precipitation (Cm) 


20 
-11 

25 

-14 

0.00 


32 

-5 

42 

1 

6.58 


33 
-6 
43 
-4 
0.10 


32 
5 

43 

1 

1.78 


34 
-4 
39 
-4 
0.15 


29 

-6 

33 

-4 

0.05 



9850 - Vandalized 
9450 - Dead Animal 



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This section ocntains an explanation of work accomplished during the 
period of this report for: 

1. Surface Program 

2. Aerial Program 



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Ill D-1 SURFACE PHOTOGRAPHY 

A 360° panorama was photographed at each of the photo points shown 
on Figure III D-1 during the summer of 1979. 

A complete set of the 35 mm slides are numbered as to station, 
aspect and date. The set is stored in plastic envelopes and bound in a 
three ring binder and filed in a dust and light controlled container as 
part of the permanent record of the C-b Shale Oil Project. 

Color infrared panoramas at each of the springs sites have been 
obtained in June and August and composite mosaics have been synthesized, 
By this technique, some of the effects of soil moisture can be quadri- 
laterally inferred. These data will also be compared to Landsat images, 



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Annual color infra-red photography is required by the Development 
Monitoring Program. By verbal agreement with the Area Oil Shale Office 
this program is temporarily suspended and an investigation into the use 
of LANDSAT imagery is being pursued. At the same time, 7 ground truth 
sites have been selected and Ground Color IR photography is being taken 
at times coinciding with satelite overflights. 



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Periodic reports on Health and Safety Activities have been requested 
by the Area Oil Shale Supervisor. Such reports are those prepared by the 
C-b Project and all contractors for distribution to outside Federal and 
State agencies, i.e., Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) and the 
Colorado Division of Mines and inspection reports made by these agencies 
and received by the Project and all contractors at the C-b site. 

Data are presented in this section as provided by the Health and 
Safety Department. It is noted here that the reproduction quality of 
these reports is the best obtainable. Originals are on file at the C-b 
Tract. 

1) Quarterly Employment Report. On the bottom of this report 
the Injury Rate (IR) is to be recorded. Reports for the 
second and third quarters of 1979 are included in this semi- 
annual data report (Table III G-l; 2 pages). Refer to 
Section III H, Traffic Load, for more information on the 
trace work force. 

2) Injury and Illness Report. Table III G-2 summarizes the 
basic manhours, accident, and injury rate data contained 
in Table III G-3 for the period of this report. 

D^ 3) C-b Tract Gas Analysis. During shaft sinking operations 
hand held field instruments are used to monitor for 
hydrogen sulfide (H~S) and methane (CH^) at specific time 
intervals. These monitoring intervals start immediately 
upon re-entry after blasting and before going to work at 
the start of each shift. The presence of either gas would 
prompt an increased sampling frequency. Records of all 
samples taken, beginning on 9-14-79, will be reported 
in the semi-annual data reports (Table III G-4; 5 pages). 

4) Colorado Division of Mines Inspection Reports. On 
these reports (#3 and #4), responsive comments are to 
be made on the disposition of the citations (abated or 
reason not abated). Data for May and June were 
reported in the previous data report, Development 
Monitoring Report No. 2 . Table III G-5 contains the 
Metal and Non-Metal Mine Operator's Annual Report for 

1978. Table III G-6 contains the Division of Mines 
Inspection Reports for the following dates: April 17, 
1979 (not previously reported), July 10, 1979, August 30, 

1979, and October 30, 1979 (4 pages plus 84 pages listing 
citations and disposition). 

5) MSHA Inspection Reports. One inspection was conducted 
during this report period. That inspection report, 

^ dated May 8-10, 1979, was reported in the previous data 

report, Development Monitoring Report No. 2. 



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Table Ml G-2 
C-b TRACT MONTHLY INJURY REPORT - 1979 

Summary of Man-Hours Worked Hours 

January, 1979 

Contractors 53,420 

Occidental 3,693 

February, 1979 

Contractors 51,860 

Occidental 4,444.7 

March, 1979 

Contractors 44,858 

Occidental 4,311 

April, 1979 

Contractors 37,619 

Occidental 5,254.5 



May, 1979 



Contractors 28,841 

Occidental 4,521.5 



June, 1979 



Contractors 20,960 

Occidental 5,091 



July, 1979 



Contractors 32,899 

Occidental 4,205 



August, 1979 



Contractors 38,274 

Occidental 5,080 



September, 1979 



> Contractors 38,579 

Occidental 5,144 

October, 1979 

Contractors 38,720 

Occidental 6,464.5 

Occidental has had no lost-time accidents through October, 1979. 

During the period of this report, the Contractors had two lost-time accidents. 
These accidents increased the total number of lost-time accidents in 1979 to three. 



The accident frequency rate for the contractors through October, 1979 was: 

4 reported accidents x 200,000 _ , o* 
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TIME ir.f£T /),M 



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C-b TRACT GAS ANALYSIS 



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TOTAL /OO-OC 


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Table III 6-5 REC ElVEDUEC 9.6 V978 * 

STATF OF COLORADO 

DIVISION OF MINES 

DEPA,\ MENT Or NATURAL RESOURCES 

I313" Sherman Street . 

NORMAN R. BLAKE Dtnve '- C °'° raC0 8 ° 2 ° 3 

Direc,or METAL & NONMETAL MINE 

OPERATOR'S ANNUAL REPORT 

for the Year lp7« 

THIS COPY FOR YOUR FILES Nun,ber ***■ 



s : 



I 



Countv Rio Bla nco 



Mining District. 



Name of Operation ^_£ TRACT : Kind o: Operation ^<^^f^ 



(Mine, Mill, Quarry, etc.) 



Operator Ralph II. Parsons Company Ownership! ) Lease ( ) Contractor (« 




Main Office Adrtrm />7^1s?rZ>s?S^^ 



Owner Address y-r"'-*& :> ^^a<^. /j&c&gjjS, 



Location of Property 






Corporation ( ) Partnership ( J Individual ( ) 
If a corporation, give name of state in which incorporated . 



President Partner or Individual 

Vice-President . Partner 

Secretary Partner 

Treasurer Partner 



[ Manager ; Address 

1 or Person in Charge Telephone Number 

i 

Producing ( ) Developing (*$r Exploration ( ) Part Time ( ) Idle ( ) Rehabilitation ( ) 

Principal Products /jk</^ 

I STABILIZATION AND RECLAMATION 

Total Acres Mined Acres Mined During Year Acres Reclaimed During Year 



Dump or Stockpile Area (acres) Dump or Stockpile Area Reclaimed (acres) 

PRODUCTION FOR THE YEAR 

Crude Tonnage (tons, yards, pounds) Produced during the Year ^ Value S «2 

List products separately, i.e.. Cold, Silver, Copper, Lead, Zinc, or other minerals. Clay, Sand. Gravel, Stone, etc. 

Product c (oz., lbs., tons) Value S 



Product ,{//„ ' oz " lbs - to"*) ZjZZZ v » lu « $ 4-^^r-- 

Product luZZ/K- <° 2 - lbs - tons) ZgSzE ~ Value S S^/s^ 

Product ' / . (oz.. lbs., tons) / Value S - J> ' 

Product (oz.. lbs., tons) Value $ 



LABOR STATISTICS 
No. of Days Operated during the year ,a^gj£_ Average No. of Employees: Undergd Surface ^-^y 

.No. of Man-shifts fS hours each) during the Year: Underground Surface w£ -^O^y Man-hours Worket L^L2|£ /i£ ^ 

Total Inspection c »»x,/y/ •t^--\'n of Lost-time Accidents during the Y*;r <i N'o of Taialities ^ 

Compensation Insurance Carrier j7fej~Z /£* sS? y^O^T^^r Z^- ^ss^fZ^sryZ^sjszs^Z S% . 

Date of this report A/^^/^ 9 '. Signed ^<P^v^ (^/^U tZ/ 



This report must be suhtritted to the Colorado Divisio n of Mines by March 1, 10 7 g . 

CD.VS-R.V. ,0/76, lf j ,g_ n1 . 




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Table III G-6 



NORMAN R. BLAKE 
Director 



STATE OF COLORADO 



Page 1 of 4 




Date tf/ />/>*/ 



DIVISION OF MINES 
Department of Natural Resources 

INSPECTION REPORT 

Number A "Ji ? 



1313 Sherman St. 
Denver. Colorado 80? 
Telephone: 839-3401 



County,^, ' ft m ?.j, ft , C n 



/■'VT.f/i'y 



Name of Operation 

/?.<> AsA /■■■,>■ ,r. T ^ < ^c 



Name of Operator or Contractor 



Name of Owner or Possessor 

_ — / 



Kind of Operation: Mine, Mill, Quarry, etc. 
Operator s Address ■> 

Owner s Adaress 



Name of Person in Charge 



3/a- ^-^ ? 



z 7 .- /■,- 



/ 



Name of Compensation Insurance Company 



Address and Telephone Number of Person in Charge 

J~Ld r ~' 6L r'.-V-'-- <>,":. -*sT~ 

Products (List products or intended products) 



Total men employed ' v <■. Underground ^ Siirfur-p Hours p <■/ Monthly Production. 

D Producing ^Development □ Part-Time D Exploration D Idle Other 



Number of accidents to date this year / 
Location of Property. ^ 

Date of last inspection 2. '?■'?'* 



Were they reported to the Division of Mines? I ■_ -~ .<. 



All references are to Bulletin 2. f~> 



Having completed an inspection of the above named operation, I find that the items listed below must be given immediate attention 
in order to comply with Colorado Statutes and Division of Mines Rules and Regulations, CRS 1973, 34-40-113. 



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S1ATL Ol COLOKADO 



Page ,2 of 4 



NORMAN P. BLAKE. 
Director 



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Tikidionc B02-.T401 



DIVISION Oh MIMES 
Department ol M.uni.il Resources 

INSPECTION REPORT 



Daw %i">/7S-. . n 

Nann- nl Operation 

Name ol Operator or Conlraeloi y< 

Name ol Owner or Possessor ^ 

Name of Person in Charge 

CajLc.^UdTf Co/t/Z- 

Name of Compensation Insurance Company 



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D Producing Bf Development I J Part-Time i I Kxploralion i I Idle Other 



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of Proper! sSFC-Z/,^ /% A'f^ ^ TXAC 7 £-/> _ 

Date of last inspeclionw^/j^v^Z^ All references are to Bulletin «Zs2 



Number of a< 
Location 



Having completed an inspection of the above named operation 1 find that the items listed below must be given immediate attention 
in order to comply with Colorado Statutes and Division of Mines Utiles and Regulations , CRS 1973. 34-10-113. 




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Cody $/>£/) AS 

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STATE OF COLORADO 



Page 3 of 4 



NORMAN R. BLAKE 
Director 



Name of Operation 

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Name of Owner or Possessor 

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1845 Sherman St. 
Denver, Colorado 807 
Telephone: 892-3401 



DIVISION OF MINES 
Department of Natural Resources 

INSPECTION REPORT 



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Owner's Address 



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Having completed an inspection of the above named operation, I find that the items listed below must be given immediate attention 

in order to comply with Colorado Statutes and Division of Mines Rules and Regulations, CRS 1973, 34-40-113. 






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Table III G-6 



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Director 



STATE OF COLORADO 



Page 4 of 4 




Name of Operation 



DIVISION OF MINES 
Department of Natural Resources 

INSPECTION REPORT 

Number /J- - /<P ?^ 



i313 Sherman Si. 
Denver, Colorado 80203 
Telepl.one: 839-3401 



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Were they reported to the Division of Mines? ry-'i S. 



Date of last inspection 7f/3a/ / 7 



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Ill H TRAFFIC LOAD 



This section contains data relating to vehicular and passenger load 
along Piceance Creek road and into the C-b Oil Shale Tract. 

A program of monitoring vehicular traffic was initiated in March 1978. 
Counters were placed along Piceance Creek road at various points to count 
traffic into Oil Shale Tracts C-a and C-b. These counters were not in 
operation during the period of this report. 

Daily vehicle counts taken at the C-B Guard Shack are presented in 
Table III H-l. These data were broken down into counts of cars and trucks 
beginning in May 1979. 

The C-b Shale Oil Project began providing regular bus service for 
employees to and from the C-b Tract on April 1, 1978. In order to help judge 
the effectiveness of this program, Table III H-2 showing a daily count of 
work force, and Table III H-3, summarizing bus passenger mile data for 1979 
have been prepared. Contractor work force data by shift has been provided 
starting. September 21, 1979 and is on file in Grand Junction. 



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IV DATA AUTOMATION 

The environmental data base at present is partially manual and partially 
computerized. For purposes of analysis, data specificity, data security, and 
data archiving, the data base is being further computerized. It is the intent 
that all "indicator variables" be entered into RAMIS (Rapid Access Management 
Information System). Toward this end computer codes have been designed for 
all environmental station locations. 

This section presents the status of the automated data base, station location 
data, and a cross-reference list of four-digit computer codes and station mon- 
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IV A AUTOMATION STATUS 

This section presents the status of the automated data base for the C-b 
Tract environmental data on the Occidental Petroleum Corporation computer system 
in Houston, Texas. 

RAMIS II is a computerized data base management system (DBMS) used by 
Occidental Oil Shale, Inc. on the C-b Shale Oil Project via the Occidental 
Computer Center in Houston, Texas. C-b Shale Oil Tract environmental data 
are being prepared and entered into RAMIS DBMS as a means of making relevant 
data available for subsequent retrievals for use in reports and impact analyses. 
The use of this system provides an economical way to store and retrieve selected 
data in desired formats for reports and for input to analytic models requiring 
the data. Data are also archived within this system and through magnetic tapes 
containing the source raw data. 



1980: 



The following environmental data are entered into RAMIS DBMS as of January 



Water Quality 

Springs and Seeps 
Alluvial Wells 
Upper Aquifer Wells 
Lower Aquifer Wells 



Oct. 1974 

Oct. 1974 

Oct. 1974 

Oct. 1974 



thru 
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Oct. 1979 

Oct. 1979 

Oct. 1979 

Oct. 1979 



Well Water Levels 
Water Levels 



Oct. 1974 thru Oct. 1979 



Water Augmentation Plan 
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Upper Aquifer Wells 
Lower Aquifer Wells 
Precipitation 



July 1979 
Aug. 1979 
Aug. 1979 
Jan. 1979 



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Oct. 1979 
Oct. 1979 
Oct. 1979 
Sept. 1979 



National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System 

Water Quality Data July 1979 thru Oct. 1979 

Air Quality 

Small Trailer (Station AB21 , AB22, AB24, AD42, AD56) 

Oct. 1974 thru Oct. 1979 
Large Trailer (Station AB20) 

Oct. 1974 thru Oct. 1979 
Large Trailer (Station AB23) 

Oct. 1974 thru Oct. 1979 
Meteorological Tower (Station AA23) 

Oct. 1974 thru Oct. 1979 
Microclimate Data Oct. 1974 thru Oct. 1979 

Figures IV A-l through IV A-7 show graphically the status of water levels, 
water quality, air quality, meteorological and microclimatic data that have 
been entered into RAMIS DBMS as of November 1, 1979. 

Data in RAMIS reside in 12 files which are presented in Tables IV A-l 
through IV A-l 2. The tables present the list of fieldnames and synonyms. 
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V. 



Table IV A-l 



DESCRIPTION FOR RAMIS FILE WTRLEV 



LIST 


FIELDNAME 


1 


YEAR 


2 


MONTH 


3 


DAY 


4 


LOCATION 


5 


STATUS 





GRDLEVEL 


7 


MEASPTEL 


8 


DEPTH 


9 


WATERTEMP 


10 


PH 


11 


DISS02 


12 


SPECCOND 







LEVEL 


SEGMENT 






SYNONYM 


LEVEL 


TYPE 


FACTOR 


TYPE 


LENGTH 


YR 


1 


S 


1 


I 


2 


MO 


2 


S 





I 


2 


DY 


2 


s 





I 


2 


LOC 


2 


s 





A 


4 


ST 


2 


s 





A 


6 


GL 


4 


V 





F 


6.1 


MP 


4 


V 





F 


6.1 


DP 


5 


s 





F 


7.2 


TEMP 


5 


s 





F 


5.1 


PH 


5 


s 





F 


4.1 


DO 


5 


s 





F 


5.1 


SPC 


5 


s 





F 


6.1 



IV A- 14 



Table IV A-2 



DESCRIPTION FOR RAMIS FILE WTRQUAL 
01/05/80 



• 



LIST 


FIELDNAME 


SYNONYM 


1 


LOCATION 


LOC 


2 


YEAR 


YR 


3 


MONTH 


MO 


4 


DAY 


DY 


5 


ALKALINITY 


ALK 


6 


ALUMINUM 


AL 


7 


ARSENIC 


ARS 


8 


BACTERIA 


BACT 


9 


BARIUM 


BA 


10 


BICARBONATE 


HC03 


11 


BIOOXYDEMD 


BOD 


12 


BORON 


B 


13 


BROMIDE 


BR 


14 


TOTALCOLIF 


TCOLIF 


15 


CADMIUM 


CD 


16 


CALCIUM 


CA 


17 


CARBONATE 


C03 


18 


CHLORIDE 


CL 


19 


CHROMIUM 


CR 


20 


CHEMOXYDEM 


COD 


21 


COPPER 


CU 


22 


DISSOXY 


DO 


23 


DISSORGCARB 


DOC 


24 


LASSURF 


LAS 


25 


FLORIDE 


F 


26 


HARDNESS 


HARD 


27 


IRON 


FE 


28 


KJELDNIT 


KJN 


29 


LEAD 


PB 


30 


LITHIUM 


LI 


31 


MAGNESIUM 


MG 


32 


MANGANESE 


MN 


33 


MERCURY 


HG 


34 


MOLYBDENUM 


MOLY 


35 


NICKEL 


NI 


36 


NITRATE 


N03 


37 


OILGREASE 


OLGR 


38 


S203 


S203 


39 


PH 


PH 


40 


POTASSIUM 


K 


41 


ALPHARADIO 


RA 


42 


BETARADIO 


BTR 


43 


RADIUMRADIO 


RR 


44 


SELENIUM 


SE 


45 


SILVER 


AG 


46 


SODIUM 


NA 


47 


SOLIDSDISS 


TDS 


48 


SOLUSOLIDS 


SOLS 





LEVEL SEGT* 


ENT 




LEVEL 


TYPE FACTOR TYPE 


LENGTH 


1 


S 10 A 


4 


2 


S 1 


I 


2 


3 


S 1 


I 


2 


4 


S 1 


I 


2 


4 


S 1 


F 


7.1 


4 


S 1 


F 


6.3 


4 


S 1 


F 


5.3 


4 


S 1 


F 


4.1 


4 


S 1 


F 


5.2 


4 


S 1 


F 


7.1 


4 


S J 


F 


6.1 


4 


S J 


F 


6.2 


4 


S 1 


F 


6.3 


4 


S 1 


F 


4.1 


4 


S 1 


F 


6.3 


4 


S 3 


L F 


6.1 


4 


S 3 


L F 


6.1 


4 


S 3 


L F 


7.1 


4 


S J 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 3 


L F 


7.1 


4 


S 3 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 3 


L F 


4.1 


4 


S 3 


L F 


5.1 


4 


S 3 


L F 


6.2 


4 


S 3 


L F 


6.2 


4 


S 3 


L F 


7.1 


4 


S 3 


L F 


5.2 


4 


S 3 


L F 


5.1 


4 


S 3 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 3 


L F 


5.2 


4 


S 3 


I F 


5.1 


4 


S 3 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 3 


L D 


8.5 


4 


S 3 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 


L F 


6.2 


4 


S 


L F 


5.1 


4 


s : 


L F 


5.1 


4 


s : 


L F 


3.1 


4 


s : 


L F 


5.1 


4 


s 


L F 


5.1 


4 


s : 


L F 


5.1 


4 


s 


1 F 


5.1 


4 


s 


L F 


6.3 


4 


s 


L F 


6.3 


4 


s 


1 F 


7.1 


4 


s 


1 F 


7.1 


4 


s 


1 F 


7.1 



IV A- 15 



Table IV A- 3 



DESCRIPTION FOR RAMIS FILE WTRQUAL 
01/05/80 



LIST 


FIELDNAME 


SYNONYM 


49 


SPECCOND 


SPC 


50 


STRONTIUM 


SR 


51 


SULFATE 


S04 


52 


TEMP 


TEMP 


53 


ZINC 


ZN 


54 


TOTORGCARB 


TOC 


55 


PHENOLS 


PHEN 


56 


CYANIDE 


CYAN 


57 


AMMONIA 


NH3 


58 


PHOSPHATE 


PHOSAT 


59 


SILICA 


SILIC 


60 


URANIUM 


U 


61 


SUSSOLID 


SUSS 


62 


THORIUM 


TH 


63 


CESIUM 


CS 


64 


IODINE 


I 


65 


ANTIMONY 


SB 


66 


ZIRCONIUM 


ZR 


67 


YTTRIUM 


Y 


68 


RUBIDIUM 


RB 


69 


GERMANIUM 


GE 


70 


GALLIUM 


GA 


71 


TITANIUM 


TI 


72 


SCANDIUM 


SC 


73 


TUNGSTEN 


N 


74 


COBALT 


CO 


75 


VANADIUM 


V 


76 


BERYLLIUM 


BE 


77 


HYDROXIDES 


OH 


78 


CONDHYDCARB 


CH 


79 


PALK 


PA 


80 


MOALK 


MA 


81 


DUMMY10 







LEVEL SEGMENT 




LEVEL 


TYPE FACTOR TYPE 


LENGTH 


4 


S 1 


F 


7.1 


4 


S 1 


F 


4.1 


4 


S 1 


F 


6.1 


4 


S 1 


F 


4.1 


4 


S 1 


F 


6.3 


4 


S 1 


F 


5.1 


4 


S 3 


F 


6.4 


4 


S 1 


F 


6.3 


4 


S 1 


F 


8.3 


4 


S 1 


F 


6.2 


4 


S 1 


F 


6.1 


4 


S 1 


F 


5.3 


4 


S J 


L F 


7.1 


4 


S J 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S J 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 1 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 1 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S J 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S J 


L F 


5.3 


4 


S 1 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 1 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S J 


L F 


6.3 


4 


S 2 


L F 


6.3 


4 


s \ 


L F 


6.3 


4 


s : 


L F 


6.3 


4 


s : 


L F 


6.3 


4 


s : 


L F 


6.3 


4 


s : 


L F 


5.3 


4 


s : 


L F 


5.1 


4 


s 


L F 


7.3 


4 


s 


L F 


7.1 


4 


s 


L F 


7.1 


4 


s 


L F 


7.3 



IV A-16 



Table IV A4 



* 



risT 





DESCRIPTION FOR RAMIS FILE 


USG6 












01/05/79 


LE^ 


/EL SEGMENT 






T 


FIELDNAME SYNONYM 


LEVEL TYPE FACTOR 


TYPE 


LENGTH 


1 


LOCATION 


1 





A 


4 


2 


YEAR 


2 





I 


2 


3 


MONTH 


3 





I 


2 


L 


DAY 


L 





I 


2 


5 


ALK 


5 





c 


7. 




6 


NH3 


5 





F 


7. 


.2 


7 


B 


5 





F 


7. 


.2 


8 


CA 


5 





F 


7< 


► 2 





F 


5 





F 


7. 


► 2 


10 


FE 


5 





F 


7. 


► 2 


11 


M o 


5 


J 


F 


• 7< 


.2 


12 


K 


5 





F 


7. 


,2 


13 


SI02 


5 





F 


7i 


► ? 


M* 


MA 


5 





F 


7. 


► 2 


15 


HC03 


5 





F 


7, 


► 2 


16 


CC3 


5 





F 


7* 


.2 


17 


CL 


5 





F 


7« 


.2 


18 


SFECCONO 


5 





F 


7, 


► 2 


19 


TDS 


5 





F 


7< 


»2 


20 


KJELN2 


5 





F 


7< 


>2 


21 


N032 


5 


9 


F 


7< 


.2 


22 


AS 


s 





F 


7. 


.2 


23 


MN 


5 


u 


F 


?: 


► 2 


24 


PC4 


5 





F 


,2 


?S 


DOC 


5 





F 


7. 


.2 


26 


soc 


5 





r 


7< 


»2 


27 


S04 


5 





F 


7. 


,2 


28 


SPD 


5 





F 


7. 


► 2 


29 


WEATHE- R 


5 


G 


P 


7. 


.2 


3C 


PH 


5 





F 


7, 


.2 


31 


TEMP 


5 





F 


7« 


.2 


32 


FLOW 


5 





F 


7. 


i2 


33 


AL 


5 





F 


7. 


,2 


34 


BR 


5 





F 


7. 


, ? 


35 


BA 


5 





c 


7< 


,7 


36 


CD 


5 





F 


7. 


»2 


37 


CU 


5 





F 


7* 


s ? 


7 8 


CR 


5 





c 
i 


7. 


.2 


39 


OG 


c 





F 


7, 


.2 


40 


PP 


5 


u 


F 


7. 


, 7 


LI 


LI 


5 





F 


7> 


.2 


42 


HG 


5 





F 


7, 


.2 


43 


MO 


5 





F 


7. 


9 I. 


LL 


SE 


5 





F 


7 


.2 


45 


S 


5 





F 


7» 


.2 


46 


ZN 


5 


u 


F 


7 


, 2 


47 


CN 


5 


Q 


F 


7. 


,? 


48 


SR , 


5 





F 


7, 


• 2 


49 


COL I 45 


5 





r 


7 


i? 


SO 


C0LI7 


5 





F 


7 


,2 


51 


STRFP 


5 





F 


7, 


, 2 


52 


TCOLI 


5 





F 


7< 


-} 


53 


COD 


5 





F 


7. 


!£ 


54 


POD 


5 


u 


F 


7 


► 2 


55 


PH p NOL 


b 


o 


F 


7- 


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5 6 


ESCAN 


5 


J 


F 


7« 


,? 


57 


v DGAR 


5 





F 


7, 


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5B 


DGBR 


5 





F 


7 


,2 


59 


SGAR 


q 





F 


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6 


SGBR 


s 




F 


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61 


HARD 


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F 


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IV A- 17 



Table IV A- 5 







DESCRIPTION 


FOR 


RAMIS 


FILE NPDIS 










(NPDES 


File) 


















LEVEL 


SEGMENT 




LIST 


FIELDNAME 


SYNONUM 


LEVEL 


TYPE 


FACTOR TYPE LENGTH 


1 


LOCATION 


LOC 




1 


S 


1 A 4 


2 


YEAR 


YR 




1 


S 


1 ] 


: 2 


3 


MONTH 


MO 




1 


S 


1 ] 


: 2 


4 


DAY 


DY 




1 


S 


1 ] 


[ 2 


5 


FLOW 


FLW 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.1 


6 


TOTSOLSOLID 


TSS 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.1 


7 


TOTDISSOLID 


TDS 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.1 


8 


FLORIDE 


F 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.2 


9 


BORON 


B 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.2 


10 


AMMONASN 


NH3 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.2 


11 


PHENOL 


PHEN 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.3 


12 


ALUMINUM 


AL 




2 


S 


f 


: 6.1 


13 


IRON 


FE 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.2 


14 


OILGREASE 


OG 




2 


S 


] 


; 5 


15 


PH 


PH 




2 


S 


f 


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16 


CADMIUM 


CD 




2 


S 


F 


: 6.2 


17 


COPPER 


CU 




2 


S 


f 


: 6.2 


18 


MERCURY 


HG 




2 


s 


f 


6.4 


19 


SILVER 


AG 




2 


s 


F 


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20 


ZINC 


ZN 




2 


s 


F 


: 6.2 



IV A-18 



Table IV A-6 



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3 


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4 


DAY 


DY 


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6 


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3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



a 
5 
S 

S 

3 
5 
S 
S 
5 
3 
S 
S 
3 
S 
S 



o I 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 



A 
A 
A 
A 

A 
F 

F 
F 

F 
F 
F 
F 

r 
F 
F 
F 



3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

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6. 

6. 

o . 

o. 

o . 

6. 



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p= 



16 LI i\ T ES= 



16 



1 



IV A- 19 



Table IV A-7 



DESCRIPTION FOR HA. .lib 
Ob/02/ /^ 



LlOl 



1 


FT ELDHAME 


SY^OiJYi'-i 


i 


fhAILER 


T.^L 


2 


YEAH 


yr 


3 


MO run 


:.0 


4 


DAY 


jY 


5 


iriOUR 


nR 


6 


iilTRGGOX 


IiUa 


7 


i'jl TRICOX 


i-iU 


o 


SULFDIGX 


302 


9 


ril^DSpJU 


h3 


10 


ii I itDJlH3J 


hD 


1 1 


RELATHUMID 


Rri 


12 


TEMI riTHL 


TI a 


13 


TEM0UT30 


TOUT 


1 4 


S0L.RAD 


5R 


15 


hYDROGSULF 


H2S 


1 6 


LI WE VOLT 


VOLT 


17 


TOTHYDCARB 


T.iC 


i 8 


mE FHAftE 


0» i4 


19 


CAR3M0H0X 


CO 


20 


OZui^E 


U3 


21 


31 I'jnil re L* 


PRE5 


22 


wIimOSTDUEV 


liOj 


2.2 


HAIi'JrALL 


HA I H 


24 


tilTROGDlGX 


^02 


^d 


iMOiwvih i luiO 


iWirivJ 



FILE LTLAIh (Large Trailer File) 



LEVI 



2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
o 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



LEVEL 


SEGMENT 




TYPE 


FACTOR 




3 


2 


A 


3 





A 


5 





A 


S 


31 


A 


s 


31 


A 


3 


31 


F 


5 


31 


r 


S 


31 


F 


5 


31 


F 


S 


31 


F 


5 


31 


F 


5 


31 


F 


S 


31 


F 


S 


31 


F 


s 


31 


F 


5 


31 


F 


5 


31 


F 


S 


31 


F 




31 


r 


s 


31 


F 


3 


31 


F 


3 


31 


F 


S 


31 


F 


3 


31 


F 


3 


31 


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2 

2 

2 

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6. 

6. 

6. 

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6. 

6 . 

o . 

6. 

6. 

6. 

o. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

o. 



NUMBER OF RECORDS Iti IA3Lc= 



2D 



.INE3- 



^D 



L 



IV A-20 



DESCRIPTION FOft fiAMI 
Ob/02/ 7cj 



ri 






Table IV A-8 ' 
METAIrt (Meteorological Tower File) 



I 


FIELDNAME 


SYNO 


1 


TUVmEH 


TOrJ 


2 


YEAR 


Yiri 


3 


r.sONTri 


i.;o 


4 


JAY 


DY 


5 


riOUS 


Hri 


6 


MlNDSPB 


ifiol 


7 


nINDDIh'b 


,,Jl 


o 


iJELH Ui*i03 


riiil 




TEMPd 


T...P1 


10 


riINDSP30 


iv52 


11 


ft I MODI A3 


HO 2 


1 2 


RELHUM30 


Rri2 


13 


TEMP30 


Ti.iP2 


14 


r^IHDSPI 00 


i» : 55 


15 


rtli'iDDIftl 00 


n05 


16 


WELHUi.il 00 


Hii3 


i 7 


TEMP 1 00 


T...P5 


15 


HI NDSP200 


ri54 


19 


hTNDDI 2200 


,.j4 


20 


HELHUi.i200 


H»i4 


21 


TEMP 2 00 


T.iP4 


22- 


DELTTE-MP 1 


on 


^3 


JELTTEiviP2 


DT2 


'-K 


\dL \i,r53Q 


D.J51 


45 


xiOR.iD30 


n.iD 1 


26 


V EHT;'iD30 


VViJI 


27 


ol v . . 5 i 00 


D.i62 


43 


HOKiiDlOO 


rijnD2 


29 


vEhT.iDl 00 


Vh02 


50 


31 MS200 


5a' 53 


31 


iiOWh'0200 


ri»n*D3 


52 


VErtTnD200 


Vrt03 


o3 


h I iSiu5D Z> 


.,uVl 


34 


.tl i-iDSD30 


;;DV2 


35 


,tl NQ3D1 Ou 


.<jj V3 


JO 


i< I i«D5D200 


fiOV4 


j7 


riHlwD5D30 


H501 


3d 


'VNINDSD30 


V5J1 


59 


HNINDSD1 00 


H502 


40 


Vv»IND3DI uO 


'sloul 


41 


riii I a OS D2 00 


iioD3 


42 


VrtIND5D200 


V303 





LEVEL 


SEGMENT 






LEVEL 


TYPE 


FACTOR 


TYPE 


LENGTH 


1 


S 


1 


A 


3 


2 


S 





A 


2 


2 


C5 





A 


2 


5 


5 


31 


A 


2 


5 


5 


31 


A 


2 


3 


S 


31 


F 


6.1 


3 


S 


51 


F 


o. 1 


3 


s 


31 


r 


b. 1 


5 


s 


31 


F 


6. 1 


3 


5 


31 


F 


6. 1 


3 


5 


31 


F 


6.1 


3 


r* 

o 


31 


F 


6.1 


3 


5 


31 


r— 

r 


o. 1 


3 


S 


31 


F 


6. 1 


3 


S 


31 


F 


6. 1 


3 


s 


31 


F 


6. 1 


3 


s 


31 


r 


6. 1 


3 


5 


31 


F 


6. 1 


*1 


5 


51 


F 


6.1 


3 


S 


31 


r 


6.1 


3 


S 


31 


F 


6.1 


3 


S 


31 


F 


6-1 


3 


S 


3\ 


F 


6. 1 


3 


s 


31 


f 


6. 1 


3 


s 


31 


F 


6. 1 




s 


31 


F 


6. 1 


3 


5 


31 


F 


o. 1 


3 


5 


51 


F 


6. 1 


3 


S 


31 


F 


6. 1 


3 


S 


51 


F 


6. 1 


3 


5 


51 


F 


6. 1 


3 


S 


51 


F • 


6. 1 


3 


5 


51 


r 


6. 1 


3 


5 


51 


*"" 


o • 1 


5 


S 


51 


F 


o. 1 


3 


5 


51 


F 


6. 1 


3 


S 


31 


F 


6. 1 


5 


. s 


31 


f* 


6. 1 


3 


5 


31 


F 


6. 1 


n 

O 


S 


31 


r 


6. I 


3 


s 


31 


r 


o. 1 


3 


5 


31 


F 


6. 1 



NUMBER <)r RECORDS IN fABLE- 



42 LINE5= 



42 



IV A-21 



Table IV A-9 



DESCRIPTION FOR PAH IS FILE MRIDATA 
07/17/79 



LIST 





FIELDNAME 


SYNONYM 


1 


STATION 


ST 


2 


YEAR 


YR 


3 


MONTH 


MO 


4 


DAY 


DY 


5 


HOUR 


HR 


6 


WINDSPEED 


US 


( 


WINDDIR 


IJD 


8 


TEMPERATURE 


TEMP 



LEVEL SEGMENT 
LEVEL TYPE FACTOR TYPE LENGTH 



1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 

s 



4 


A 


4 





A 


2 





A 


2 


31 


A 


2 


31 


A 


2 


31 


F 


6.1 


31 


F 


6.1 


31 


F 


6.1 



UMBER OF RECORDS IN TABLE = 



8 LINES= 



8 



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IV A-22 



■«?.•« 



Table IV A-10 



r ~ r r, j p j i n rj foh rami? FILE F ' A r t F C 
05/23/7 , c . 



1 J s 


! 


! I E L D N A M E 


SYNONYM 


LEVEL 


LE VEL 
TYPE 


SEGMENT 
FACTOR 


TYPE 


LENGTH 




1 


TRAILER 
YF AR 
MONTH 


TRL 

MO 


1 
2 
7 


S 
S 

S 


L 




A 
I 
I 


U 
2 
2 




r; 


D' Y 

F ART ICULATE 


DY 
PART 


3 
3 


s 
s 


31 
31 


I 

F 


2 
5.1 



• 



IV A-23 



Table IV A-11 






DESCRIPTION FOR RAMIS FILE ACRADAR 
04/18/79 



LIST 





FIELDNAME 


SYNONYM 


1 


TRAILER 


TRL 


2 


YEAR 


YR 


3 


MONTH 


MO 


4 


DAY 


DY 


5 


HOUR 


HR 


6 


MIXHGT 


MIX 


7 


STBCLS1 


STB1 


8 


INVERHGT 


INV 


9 


STBCLS2 


STB2 



LEVEL SEGMENT 
LEVEL TYPE FACTOR TYPE LENGTH 



1 


S 


1 


A 


4 


2 


S 





A 


2 


2 


S 





A 


2 


3 


S 


31 


A 


2 


3 


S 


31 


A 


2 


3 


s 


31 


F 


6.1 


3 


s 


31 


F 


6.1 


3 


s 


31 


F 


6.1 


3 


s 


31 


F 


6.1 



NUMBER OF RECORDS IN TABLE- 



9 LINES- 






IV A-24 



Table IV A- 12 






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V. 

LI 


ST 


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— _ 




1 




2 




■^ 




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5 




6 




7 




a 




o 




10 




11 




1-2_ 



DESCFIPTIOK) FOR RAMIS 
07/13/76 



FILE MICRO (Microclimate File) 



1 

i 
/ 



FIELDNAME 

STATION 

YEAR 

MONTH 

CAY 

STATIC 
_T.EHP-MX.1M_. 

TEHPMN1M 

SRFTPMAX 

_SJIFT.PJ1I.N... 

PPECIP 
SNOOPTH 
_SNOMQI_SJ— 



SYNONYM 

ST 
YP 
MO 
DY 
SID 

JTP.MXv. - 
TPMN 
STPMX 
S T P to N 
PR 
SD 

^ M 



LEVEL 


LEVEL 

ty??: 


SEGMENT 

FACTOR 


TYPE 


LENGTH 


1 
2 


s 

S 


2 



A 

I 


2 


3 


s 




I 


--2 


4 

5 


s 

5 


1 
•j 




T 


2 

2 


_5. ... _ 


s 


> 


c 


-5.1 


5 

5 


s 

c 







5.1 
5.1 


3 


s .. . . 


-0 


F 


5.1 


5 
5 




s 







F 

F 


5,2 
4.1 


_5 


5 





F 


_ A.. .!__.. 



IV A-25 



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THIS PAGE LEFT BLANK INTENTIONALLY 



c 



IV A-26 



' 



m 

IV B STATION COMPUTER CODE 



A four-digit computer station code has been designed for identifying 
environmental monitoring stations in RAMIS. It consists of two letters 
followed by two numbers: 



AB23 



t_ 



Station number 
Study or category 
(Example: air quality trailer) 
Program area 
Examples: 
Program 
A = air 
B = biology 
N = noise 
P = photography 
W = water 
m Category for Air 

fl A = meteorology 

B = air quality 
C = acoustic radar 
D = weather station 

The codes are presented in Table IV B-l for the environmental program 
along with the current station designations. An attempt has been made throughout 
this report to refer to all stations in terms of their four-digit codes. A jacket 
map showing all environmental monitoring stations designated by four-digit codes can 
be found in Section IV C. 



#* 



IV B-l 



Table IV B-l 



COMPUTER STATION CODES 



Air Quality & 


Meteorology 


Stc 


i. Desi 


qnation 


Met. Tower: 


@ Sta 


023 


Trailers: 


Sta 


020 
021 
022 
023 
024 


Acoustic 






Radar 


Sta 


020 
021 
023 


MRI and 






Particulates 


Sta 


031 
032 
033 
041 
042 
043 
044 
056 



9* 



Computer Code 

AA23 

AB20 
AB21 
AB22 
AB23 
AB24 



AC20 
AC21 
AC23 



AD31 
A032 
AD33 
AD41 
AD42 
A043 
AD44 
AD56 



C 



II Biology 



Program 



General Location 



Deer Days Use Between Hunter Cr. & Jimmy Gulch 



North Side, Piceance Creek 



South Side, Piceance Creek 

On Tract bet. Cottonwood & Scandard 



On Tract bet. Cottonwood & Sorghum 



On Tract bet. Sorghum & W. 
Stewart 



Fork 



On Tract bet. W. & M. Fork Stewart 



On Tract bet. Willow & Scandard 
North End 

Willow & Scandard S.E. 
Cottonwood & Sorghum 



( 



On Tract bet 
On Tract bet 

North 
On Tract bet 

South 



Cottonwood & Sorghum 



♦ ANALYSIS CODES : 

PJ-CH-C - Pinon Juniper, Chained, Control Station (12) 

PJ -C . - Pinon Juniper, Control Station ( 6) 

PJ-CH-D - Pinon Juniper, Chained, Development Station ( 3) 

PJ -D - Pinon Juniper, Development Station ( 6) 



Computer *Analysis 


Code 


Code 


BA01 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA02 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA03 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA04 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA05 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA06 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA07 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA08 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA09 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA10 - 


PJ -D 


BAH - 


PJ -D 


BA12 - 


PJ -D 


BA13 - 


PJ -C 


BA14 - 


PJ -C 


BA15 - 


PJ -C 


BA16 - 


PJ -D 


BA17 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA18 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA19 - 


PJ -C 


BA20 - 


PJ-CH-0 


BA21 - 


PJ-CH-0 


BA22 - 


PJ -D 


BA23 - 


PJ-CH-0 


BA24 - 


PJ 


BA25 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA26 - 


PJ -C 


BA27 - 


PJ -C 


BA28 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA29 - 


PJ-CH-C 


BA30 - 


PJ-CH-C 



BA31 - PJ-CH-C 



( 



IV B-2 



Bi ology Cont'd 



Table IV B-l (Continued) 



Program 

Deer Mortality 



Deer Age Class 
Coyotte Abundance 



General Location 
North Side of Piceance Creek 



South Side of Piceance Creek 



General Area of Tract 

8 Transects for Total of 30 miles 
15 mi seg. near Hunter (control) 
15 mi seg. on & South of Tract 
(development) 



Lagomorph Abundance Identical Locations to deer use days 

Small Mammals Piceance Creek (Development) 

On-Tract-west (Development) 

Piceance Creek (Control) 

On Tract-east (Control) 



Avifauna 

Songbirds and 
Gamebirds 



Raptors 

Aquatic Ecology 
Benthos 



Periphyton 



N.W. of Tract-near Jimmy PJ-CH-C 
On Tract-Scandard PJ -D 
On Tract-Cottonwood PJ-CH-D 
S. of Tract-bet. W&N Fork Stewart PJ 

The entire tract and surrounding 
study areas. 



Computer Code 

BD01 
BD02 
BD03 
BD04 
BD05 
BD06 
BD07 
BD08 
BD09 
BD10 

BE01 

BF01 

BF02 thru BF08 



BA01 to BA31 

BG01 
BG02 
BG03 
BG04 



BH01 
BH02 
BH03 
BH04 

BI01 



Water Quality 

Vegetation 
Community Structure 



USGS 90306007 (Control) 
USGS 58 (Development) 
USGS 61 (Development) 

Piceance Creek Upstream (Control) 

Piceance Creek Downstream (Development) 

USGS 09306061 (Development) 



Herb Productivity 
and Utilization 



Shrub Productivity 
and Utilization 

General Condition 



Chained pinyon juniper (1978)(Dev) 

Chained pinyon juniper (1978) (Cont) 

Upland sagebrush (1980) (Cont) 

Bottomland sagebrush (1980) (Cont) 

Pinyon juniper woodland (1979)(Dev) 

Pinyon juniper woodland (1979)(Cont) 



Identical locations to community 
structure 

Plus 

60 range cages in random locations 
20 cages on south facing PJ for baseline 
5 cages for fertilization assessment 



Same stations as Deer Use Days Study 
By aircraft over entire Tract area 



WU07 
WU58 
WU61 

WP01 
WP02 
WP03 

WU61 



BJ01 
BJ02 
BJ03 
BJ04 
BJ05 
BJ06 



BJ01 thru BJ06 



BK01 thru BK60 
BK61 thru BK80 
BK81 thru BK85 



BA01 thru BA31 
Not in computer 



IV B-3 



Table IV B-l (Continued) 



Biology (Cont'd) 

Programs: Deer Distribution & Migration and Road Kills 



Mile 


Location 


Computer 


Code 




Marker 


North of 
Piceance Creek 


South (Meadows) 
of Piceance Creek 




41 


White River City 
Piceance Bridge 


BN41 


BM41 




40 


BN40 


BM40 




39 


Lower Canyon 


BN39 


BM39 




38 


Piceance Canyon 


BN38 


BM38 




37 


Yellow Creek 


BN37 


BM37 




36 


Stinking Springs 


BN36 


BM36 




35 


Old Bridqe 


BN35 


RM35 




34 


Little Hills Turnoff 


BN34 


BM34 




33 


Old Corrals & Buildings 


BN33 


BM33 




32 


Burk Ranch 


BN32 


BM32 




31 


E! Ranch 


BN31 


BM31 




30 




BN30 


BM30 




29 




BN29 


BM29 




28 


Bureau of Mines 


BN28 


BM28 
BM27 




27 


Ryan Gulch 


BN27 




26 


Pump Station 


BN26 


BM26 




25 




BH25 


BM25 




24 


Rock School 


BN24 


BM24 




23 


AQ 021 


BN23 


BM23 




22 


Pat Johnson's Ranch 


BN22 


BM22 




21 


Hunter Creek 


BN21 


BM21 




20 


PL Gate 


8N20 


BM20 




19 


AQ 020 


BN19 


BM19 




18 


Sorghum, Cottonwood 


BN18 


BM18 




17 


Stewart Gulch Rd. 


BN17 


BMW 




16 


A Q Trailer 022 


BN16 


BM16 




15 


Oldland's Ranch 


BN15 


BM15 




14 


Oldland's Ranch 


BN14 


BM14 




13 


Pond and Cabin 


BN13 


BM13 




12 


Spraque Gulch 


BN12 


BM12 




11 


Cascade Gulch 


BN11 


BM11 




10 


13 Mile Gulch 


BN10 


BM10 




9 


14 Mile Gulch 


BN09 


BN)9 




8 


Schutte Gulch 


BN08 


BM08 




7 


Robinson's Ranch 


BN07 


BM07 




6 




BN06 


BM06 




5 


2 Old Cabins (35 MPH Curve) 


BN05 


BM05 




4 


McCarthy Gulch 


BN04 


BM04 




3 


Cow Creek 


BN03 


BM03 




2 


Mahoqany Outcropping 


BN02 


BM02 




1 


Woodward Ranch 


BN01 


BM01 





r 



Rio Blanco Store 



BN00 



BM00 



IV B-4 



Table IV B-l (Continued) 



Biology (Cont'd) 



Program General Location Computer Code 

Micro Climate MC Sta. 1 BC01 

2 BC02 

3 BC03 

4 BC04 

5 BC05 

6 BC06 

7 BC07 

8 BC08 

9 BC09 
13 BC13 



III Noise 

Station Designation Computer Code 

Traffic Noise Sta II NA02 

IX NA09 

XV NB15 



IV Photography 



fl 



» 



PI PA01 

P2 PA02 

P3 PA03 

P4 PA04 

P5 PA05 

P6 PA06 

P7 PA07 

P8 PA08 

P9 PA09 

P10 PA10 

Pll PAH 

P12 PA12 

P13 PA13 

P14 PA14 

PI 5 PA15 

P16 PA16 

PI 7 PAW 

P18 PA18 

P19 PA19 

P20 PA20 

P21 PA21 

P22 PA22 

P23 PA23 

P24 PA24 

P25 PA25 

P26 PA26 

P27 PA27 

P28 PA28 

P29 PA29 

P30 PA30 

P31 PA31 

P32 PA32 

P33 PA33 

P34 PA34 

P35 PA35 



IV B-5 



Table IV B-l (Continued) 
V Water 





Station Designation 


Computer Code 


USGS Stream 




• 


Gauging Station 


09304800 


WU48 




09306007 


WU07 




36 


WU36 




39 


WU39 




42 


WU42 




61 


WU61 




50 


WU50 




52 


WU52 




58 


WU58 




33 


WU33 




25 


WU25 




15 


WU15 




28 


WU28 




22 


WU22 




09306200 


WUOO 




6222 


WU62 




6255 


WU55 


Alluvial Wells 


A-l 


WA01 




A-2 


WA02 




A-3 


WA03 




A-4 


WA04 




A-5 


WA05 




A- 5 A 


WA55 




A-6 


WA06 




A-7 


WA07 




A-8 


WA08 




A-9 


WA09 




A-10 


WA10 




A-11 


WA11 




A-12 


WA12 




A-13 


WA13 


Springs and Seeps 


CB S-l 


WS01 




CB S-2 


WS02 




CB S-3 


WS03 




CB S-4 


WS04 




CB S-6 


WS06 




CB S-7 


WS07 




CB S-8 


WS08 




CB S-9 


WS09 




CB S-10 


WS10 




CB Seep-A 


WS11 



IV B-6 



IV B-4 



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Table IV B-l (Continued) 



Station Designation Computer Code 



Springs and Seeps CER-1 WS21 

B-3 WS22 

H-3 WS23 

F-3 WS24 

Fig. 4-A WS25 

W-4 WS26 

W-9 WS27 

CER-7 WS28 

S-9 WS29 

P3 & P3A WS30 

CER-6 WS31 

W-2 WS32 

S-2 WS33 

W-3 WS34 

Fig. 4 WS35 



Precipitation CB-020 AB20 

CB-023 AB23 

LH WR01 

M WR02 

S6 WR03 

CG WR04 

JQS WR05 

EFPC WR06 

EMFPC WR07 



IV B-7 



Table IV B-l (Continued) 



V Water - Cont'd • 
Upper Aquifer Wells 

Before Recompletions 
Station Code 



After Recompletions 
Station Code 



CB-2 


WX02 


CB-4 


WX04 


SG-10A 


WX10 


SG-IA 


WX11 


SG-1-2 


WX12 


SG-17-2 


WX17 


SG-18A 


WX18 


SG-19 


WX19 


SG-20 


WX20 


SG-21 


WX21 


AT-1C-3 


WX44 


SG-11-3 


WX55 


SG-6-3 


WX63 


SG-8-2 


WX82 


SG-9-2 


WX92 


32X-12 


WX32 


33X-1 


WX33 


41X-1 


WX41 


TH75-5A 


WX64 


TH75-13A 


WX65 


TH75-18A 


WX67 


TH75-9A 


WX69 


CER RB-D-02 


WX71 


TH75-15A 


WX72 


UNION 8-1 


WX73 


COLONY 12-596 


WX74 



Lower Aquifer Wells 

Before Recompletions 



Station 



Code 



CB-1 


WY01 


SG-10 


WY09 


SG-1-1 


WY12 


SG-17-1 


WY18 


AT-1C-1 


WY45 


AT-1C-2 


WY46 


SG-11-1 


WY51 


SG-11-2 


WY54 


SG-6-1 


WY61 


SG-6-2 


WY62 


SG-8 


WY80 


SG-9-1 


WY91 


AT-1 


WY44 


TH75-5B 


WY64 


TH75-13B 


WY65 


EQUITY-1 


WY66 


TH75-18B 


WY67 



After 


Recompletions 


Station 


Code 


SG-10R 


WY10 


SG-17-1R 


WY17 


SG-11-1R 


WY52 



SG-8R 



WY81 



IV B-8 



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Lower Aquifer 
Wells (Cont'd) 



r 



Before 


Recompletions 


Station 


Code 


TH75-10B 


WY68 


TH75-9B 


WY69 


EQUITY-SULFER-1A 


WY70 


CER RB-D-03 


WY71 


TH75-15B 


WY72 


TG71-3 


WY75 


TG71-5 


WY76 


GETTY 9-4D 


WY77 


TG71-4 


WY78 


EQUITY BS-13 


WY79 


Composite Wells 




Station 


Code 


GREENO 4-4 


WV01 


OLDLAND 3 


WV02 


GP-17X-BG 


WV03 


BUTE 25 


WV04 


LIBERTY BELL 12 


WV05 


Seepage Monitoring 


Wells 


Station 


Code 


31X-12 


WW12 


41X-13-J 


I WW13 


Ponds 




Station 


Code 


POND A 


WN01 


POND B 


WN02 


POND C 


WN03 


POND A SPRINGS 


WN11 


POND B SPRINGS 


WN12 



After Recompletions 
Station Code 






POND A INLET 

POND B INLET 

POND C INLET 

POND A-B CROSSOVER 

POND B OUTLET 

POND C OUTLET 

BACKWASH POND 

BACKWASH POND SPRINGS 

BACKWASH POND INLET 

BACKWASH POND OUTLET 

POND AB DISCHARGE 



WN21 
WN22 
WN23 
WN31 
WN32 
WN33 
WN04 
WN14 
WN24 
WN34 
WN40 



IV B-9 



Table IV B-l (Continued) 



V Water - Cont'c 


i 




Shafts 








Station 


Code 


V/E SHAFT 


PROBE HOLES 


WZOl 


SERVICE SHAFT 


PROBE HOLES 


WZ02 


PRODUCTION SHAFT 


PROBE HOLES 


WZ03 


V/E SHAFT 


WATER RING 


WZ11 


SERVICE SHAFT 


WATER RING 


WZ12 


PRODUCTION SHAFT 


WATER RING 


WZ13 


V/E 


SHAFT SUMP 


WZ21 


SERVICE 


SHAFT SUMP 


WZ22 


PRODUCTION 


SHAFT SUMP 


WZ23 



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IV STATION COORDINATES 

Environmental monitoring station coordinates have been specified by 
latitude and longitude and by township and range during this report period. 
The above information plus ground level elevations (taken from section topology 
maps) for each station are presented in Table IV C-l. Previously reported 
Colorado Coordiante System coordinates have been deleted from this report be- 
cause of inconsistencies with development plan maps. Corrected coordinates will 
be calculated and presented in future reports. In cases where stations represent 
biological transects several meters in length, the coordinates reported are 
those of a point on the map near the station label. A jacket map of the Tract 
area (Figure IV C-l) showing all monitoring stations on and near Tract C-b has 
also been prepared; stations are designated by their four-digit computer station 
codes. 



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IV C-l 



Table IV C-l 



ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION STATION COORDINATES 



STATION 
CODE+ 


LATITUDE & 
LONGITUDE 


TOWNSHIP & 
RANGE 


STATE 
COORDINATES* ELEVATION 


WW! 2 


39° 

108° 


48' 
13' 


42" 
27" 


T3S R97W Sec 1 
SEW, Sift, SEW 


6780' 


WX02 


39° 

108° 


48' 
12' 


54" 
22" 


T3S R96W Sec 6 
SEW, NWW, SEW 


6730' 


WX03 


39° 

108° 


48' 
11' 


51" 
27" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NWW, Sift, SEW 


6740' 


WX04 


39° 

108° 


47' 
IT 


11" 
50" 


T3S R96W Sec 17 
SEW, Nlft, Sift 


7040' 


WXIO 


39° 

108° 


47' 
13' 


46" 
06" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
NE%, NEW, NEW 


6950' 


WX12/WY12 


39° 

108° 


48' 

14' 


48" 
35" 


T3S R97W Sec 2 
NEW, Sift, SEW 


6440' 


WX17/WY17 


39° 

108° 


46' 
10' 


57" 
50" 


T3S R96W Sec 16 
SWW, Sift, Sift 


7040' 


WX19 


39° 
108° 


49' 

IT 


31" 
58" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NWW, NWW, NWW 


6370' 


WX20 


39° 

108° 


49' 
12' 


33" 
24" 


T2S R96W Sec 31 
SEW, SWW, SEW 


6350' 


WX21 


39° 

108° 


46' 

13' 


57" 
28" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
SEW, Sift, SEW 


6870' 


WX32 


39° 

108° 


48' 

13' 


26" 
34" 


T3S R97W Sec 12 
NWW, SWW, NEW 


6840' 


WX33 


39° 
108° 


48' 
13' 


59" 
27" 


T3S R97W Sec 1 
SEW, NWW, SEW 


6720' 


WX44/WY45 
/WY46 


39° 

108° 


48' 
12' 


03" 

47" 


T3S R96W Sec7 
SWW, NEW, SWW 


6910' 


WX55/WY52 
/WY54 


39° 

108° 


47' 
12' 


59" 

05" 


T3S R96W Sec 7 
SEW, SEW, SEW 


6900' 


UX63/WY61 
/WY62 
/WY81 

WX92/WY91 


39° 

108° 

39° 

108° 


48' 

12' 

47' 

14' 


13" 
31" 

49" 
18" 


T3S R96W Sec 7 
NWW, NWW, SEW 

T3S R97W Sec 11 
SEW, SEW, SEW 


6870' 
6870' 


WYOl 


39° 

108° 


48' 
14' 


51" 
01" 


T3S R97W Sec 1 
NEW, SWW, SWW 


6780' 


WYIO 


39° 

108° 


47' 
13' 


46" 
05" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
NEW, NEW, NEW 


6950' 


WY81 


39° 

108° 


48' 
10' 


12" 
23" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
NEW, NEW, SWW 


6540' 


WZOl 


39° 

108° 


48' 

13' 


59" 
27" 


T3S R96W Sec 1 
SEW, NWW, SEW 


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Table IV C-l (Continued) 

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION STATION COORDINATES 






STATION 
CODE 


LATITUDE & 
LONGITUDE 


TOWNSHIP & 
RANGE 


STATE 
COORDINATES* ELEVATION 


WSOl 


39° 
108° 


49' 

IT 


30" 
01" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NE%, NEfc, NEfc 


6380' 


WS02 


39° 

108° 


48' 
10' 


04" 
16" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
SW%, NW%, SE'j 


6540' 


WS03 


39° 
108° 


49- 
IT 


32" 

08" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NW>3, NE>a, NE>3 


6360' 


WS04 


39° 
108° 


48' 
10' 


03" 
13" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
NEfc, Sift, SEfa 


6550' 


WS06 


39° 

108° 


50' 

14' 


23" 

38" 


T2S R97W Sec 35 
NE««, NWfc, NE5> 


6260' 


WS07 


39° 

108° 


50' 
14' 


18" 
33" 


T2S R97W Sec 35 
SVfc, NEi, NE>j 


6280' 


WS08 


39° 
108° 


48' 
14' 


57" 
47" 


T3S R97W Sec 11 
SE'j, NEV, SE>, 


6400' 


WS09 


39° 
108° 


48' 
14' 


04" 
50" 


T3S R97W Sec 14 
Nlft, NE>j, SW, 


6550' 


WSIO 


39° 

108° 


47' 
15' 


16" 
01" 


T3S R97W Sec 2 
SE'j, NEi, Sift 


6580' 


WU07 


39° 
108° 


49' 

10' 


31" 
58" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NE>j, NE*, NE% 


6400' 


WU15 


39° 
108° 


47' 
10' 


20" 
23" 


T3S R96U Sec 16 
NE'j, NE'j, Sift 


6600' 


WU22 


39° 
108° 


48' 

IT 


45" 
0" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
SE'j, SE»j, SE'j 


6460' 


WU25 


39° 
108° 


46' 

IT 


56" 
21" 


T3S R96W Sec 17 
SE%, Sift, SE'j 


6680 


WU28 


39° 

108° 


48' 
10' 


42" 
59" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
SE'j, S£\, SE'j 


6460' 


WU33 


39° 
108° 


47' 
12' 


14" 
33" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
SE*, NE»,, Sift 


6860' 


WU36 


39° 

108° 


49' 

IT 


28" 
54" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NE'j, Nlft, Nlft 


63B n ' 


WU39 


39° 
108° 


49' 

12' 


34" 
28" 


T2S R96W Sec 31 
SWV, SVft, SE'j 


638"' 


WU42 


39° 

108° 


50' 
13' 


3" 
12" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
SE^, SE'j, NE'j 


6430' 


WU50 


39° 

108° 


47' 
13' 


42" 
39" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
NE'j, NE'j, Nlft 


6660' 


WU52 


39° 

108° 


48' 

14' 


49" 
33" 


T3S R97W Sec 2 

NE'j, SWj, SE'j 


6460' 


WU58 


39° 

108° 


50' 
14' 


12" 
37" 


T2S R97W Sec 35 

NE 1 !, SWj r NE'j 


6280' 


WU61 


39° 

108° 


5T 
15' 


3" 
31" 


T2S R97W Sec 27 
NE'j, SE'j, NE'j 


6220' 


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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION STATION COORDINATES 



V. 



STATION 
CODE 


LATITUDE & 
LONGITUDE 


TOWNSHIP & 
RANGE 


STATE 
COORDINATES* ELEVATION 


PA32 


39° 
108° 


47' 
10' 


26" 

18" 


T3S R96W Sec 16 
SW*, Sift, NE* 


6640' 


PA33 


39° 

108° 


46' 
13' 


58" 
00" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
Sift, Sift, SW* 


7060' 


PA34 


39° 

108° 


46' 
12' 


53" 
03" 


T3S R96W Sec 19 
NE*, NE^, NE* 


7120' 


PA35 


39° 

108° 


45' 
13' 


19" 
05" 


T3S R97W Sec 25 
NE'j, SE*, SE* 


7400' 


WATER 












WAOl 


39° 
108° 


50' 
13' 


32" 
53" 


T2S R97W Sec 25 
Sift, SE*, Sift 


6300' 


WA02 


39° 
108° 


50' 
14' 


10" 
36" 


T2S R97W Sec 35 
NE>», Sift, NE* 


6280' 


WA03 


39° 

108° 


48' 

14' 


48" 
31" 


T3S R97W Sec 2 
NE^, Sift, SE* 


6460' 


WA04 


39° 

108° 


47' 
13' 


26" 
34" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
Sift, SW*, NE* 


6700' 


WA05 


39° 

108° 


50' 
13' 


4" 
14" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
Sift, SE*, NE* 


6330' 


WA06 


39° 

108° 


49' 

12' 


36" 
25" 


T2S R96W Sec 31 
SE*, SW*, SE* 


6360' 


WA07 


39° 

108° 


49' 
IT 


32" 
57" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
MW*, NW*, Nlft 


6370' 


WA08 


39° 

108° 


49' 

IT 


11" 
8" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
SW*. SE*, NE* 


6400' 


WA09 


39° 
108° 


48' 
10' 


10" 
22" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
NE*, NE*, SW* 


6420' 


WAIO 


39° 

108° 


47' 
10' 


24" 
23" 


T3S R96W Sec 16 
SE*, SE*, NW* 


6580' 


WA11 


39° 

108° 


48' 
IT 


18" 

5" 


T3S R96W Sec 8 
SW*, SE*, NE* 


6550' 


WA12 


39° 
108° 


46' 

IT 


57" 
24" 


T3S R96W Sec 17 
SW*, SW*, SE* 


6700' 


WAT 3 


39° 
108° 


47* 
12' 


13" 
34" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
SW*, NW*, SE* 


6840' 


WPOl 


39° 
108° 


49' 

IT 


35" 
01" 


T2S R96W Sec 32 
SE*, SE*, SE* 


6380 


WP02 


39° 

108° 


49' 

12' 


40" 
0" 


T2S R96W Sec 32 
NW*, SW*, SW* 


6300' 


WP03 


39° 
108° 


5T 
15' 


03" 
27" 


T2S R97W Sec 26 
MW*, SW*, NW* 


6220' 


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Table IV C-l (Continued) 

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION STATION COORDINATES 



STATION 
CODE 


LATITUDE & 
LONGITUDE 


TOWNSHIP & STATE 

RANGE COORDINATES* ELEVATION 


PA12 


39° 
108° 


48' 
IT 


47" 
27" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
SWJs, SWJj, SEh 


6740' 


PA13 


39°, 
108° 


49' 
IT 


44" 
16" 


T2S R96W Sec 32 
SE%, SWJ4, SEJ* 


6500' 


PA14 


39° 
108° 


48' 

14' 


22" 

28" 


T3S R97W Sec 11 
NEJj, SWJs, NEJs 


6700' 


PA15 


39° 
108° 


48' 
14' 


20" 

01" 


T3S R97W Sec 12 
NEs, SWJs, NWs 


6670' 


PA16 


39° 
108° 


47' 
13' 


56" 

47" 


T3S R97W Sec 12 
NEs, SEJj, SW% 


6730' 


PA17 


39° 
108° 


48' 
13' 


36" 
18" 


T3S R97W Sec 12 
NWJg, NE%, NE% 


6760' 


PA18 


39° 

108° 


48' 
13' 


31" 
09" 


T3S R97W Sec 12 
SWJs, NEJs, NE*a 


6820' 


PA19 


39° 
108° 


47' 
12' 


51" 
56" 


T3S R96W Sec 7 
SWJs, SWJs, SW% 


6870' 


PA20 


39° 
108° 


48" 
12' 


05" 
46" 


T3S R96W Sec 7 
SWJs, NEia, SWia 


6890' 


PA21 


39° 

108° 


47' 
12' 


46" 
03" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
NEis, NEJs, NEJs 


6920' 


PA22 


39° 

108° 


48' 
IT 


16" 
32" 


T3S R96W Sec 8 
SE*4, SE!*, NWJs 


6860' 


PA23 


39° 
108° 


48' 

10' 


39" 
56" 


T3S R96W Sec 8 
NEia, NE%, NEJs 


6540' 


PA24 


39° 
108° 


47' 
10' 


58" 
42" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
NE%, SWJs, SWJs 


6880' 


PA25 


39° 
108° 


48' 
10' 


10" 
24" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
NEU, NEs, SWJs 


6520' 


PA26 


39° 
108° 


47' 
13' 


26" 

37" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
SEJg, SEJs, NWJs 


6770' 


PA27 


39° 
108° 


47' 
12' 


23" 
.57" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
SWJs, SWJs, NWs 


6980' 


PA28 


39° 
108° 


47' 
12' 


03" 
57" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
NWa, SWJs, SWJs 


7010' 


PA29 


39° 

108° 


46' 
IT 


39" 

19" 


T3S R96W Sec 17 
SWJs, SWJs, SEJs 


6700' 


PA30 


108° 


46' 
10' 


C7" 

47" 


T3S R96W Sec 16 
SWJs, SWJs, SWJ« 


7120' 


PA31 


39° 

108° 


47' 
10' 


45". 
43" 


T3S R96W Sec 16 
NEJs, NWJs, NWJs 


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STATION 
CODE 


LATITUDE & 
LONGITUDE 


TOWNSHIP & STATE 

RANGE COORDINATES* ELEVATION 


BJ03 


39° 
108° 


46' 
12' 


58" 
01" 


T3S R96W Sec 17 
Site, SWJj, SWJj 


7100' 


BJ04 


39° 
108° 


47' 
13' 


24" 
27" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
SE^s, SWi, HE* 


6700' 


BJ05 


39° 

108° 


48' 
IT 


08" 
53" 


T3S R96W Sec 8 
SEHi, NWJs, SWJs 


6840' 


BJ06 


39° 

108° 


47' 
10' 


54" 
41" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
SEfc, SW%, SWJs 


6880' 


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NA02 


39° 

108° 


50' 

14' 


42" 

19" 


T2S R97W Sec 25 
SWJa, NWis, SW% 


i 6520' 


NA09 


39° 

108° 


49 ' 

14' 


08" 
16" 


T3S R97W Sec 2 
S£h, SE%, NEfc 


6660' 


NB15 


39° 

108° 


49* 

13' 


04" 
26" 


T3S R97W Sec 1 
HEh, NW%, SE% 


6720' 


IV. PHOTOGRAPHY 










PAOl 


39° 
108° 


51 ' 

IT 


50" 
21" 


T2S R96W Sec 20 
SW?s, SW? 3 , NE% 


7420' 


PA02 


39° 
108° 


50' 

14' 


43" 
04" 


T2S R97W Sec 25 
SE%, mih, SUh 


6560' 


PA03 


39° 
108° 


50' 
14' 


23" 
06" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
NEfc, NWJs, NWis 


6300' 


PA04 


39° 
108° 


49' 
13' 


58" 

10" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
UEh, NE^, SEJj 


6410' 


PA05 


39° 
108° 


49' 
14' 


03" 

40" 


T3S R97W Sec 2 
NW%, NW%, SE% 


6410' 


PA06 


39° 
108° 


48' 

14' 


55" 
04" 


T3S R97W Sec 1 
SW%, NW%, SWa 


6770' 


PA07 


39° 
108° 


48' 
13' 


55" 
56" 


T3S R97W Sec 1 
SE*4, NW%, SW% 


6770' 


PA08 


39° 
108° 


49' 

1 *j l 


19" 

/l.Q II 


T3S R97W Sec 1 
NW%, SEs, NW% 


6760' 

i 


PA09 


39° 
108° 


48' 
12' 


54" 
19" 


T3S R96W Sec 6 
NE'i, SWJs, SEk 


6750' 


PAIO 


39° 
108° 


49' 
IT 


30" 
49" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
Wi, Mk, NWJs 


6430' 


PA11 


39° 
108° 


48' 

11 ' 


41" 
46" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
SWJa, SE%, SWJs 


6700' 



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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION STATION COORDINATES 



STATION 
CODE 


LATITUDE & 
LONGITUDE 


TOWNSHIP & STATE 
RANGE COORDINATES* 


ELEVATION 


BDIO 


39° 
108° 


49' 
IT 


18" 
49" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NE>s, SWJs, NUfc 




6420' 




Coordinates Picked 


Near Transect Map .Code 


Label 




BFOl 


39° 
108° 


47* 
16' 


54" 
34" 


T3S R97W Sec 9 
NEJs, SEJs, SEJj 




6900' 


BF02 


39° 
108° 


48' 
14' 


02" 
23" 


T3S R97W Sec 11 
SWJj, NE*a, SEig 




6800' 


BF03 


39° 
108° 


46' 

13" 


41" 
30" 


T3S R97W Sec 24 
NW^, SWJj, NE*a 




6860' 


BF04 


39° 
108° 


46" 
13' 


25" 

04" 


T3S R97W Sec 24 
NEJs, HEh, SE*s 




7190' 


BF05 


39° 
108° 


47' 
12' 


30" 
07" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
NE%, SEh, NEfc 




6980' 


BF06 


39° 

108° 


47' 
IT 


44" 
42" 


T3S R96W Sec 17 
NVfis. NE%, NVft; 




6940' 


BF07 


39° 
108° 


46" 
IT 


09" 
49" 


T3S R96W Sec 20 
SW!s, SE^s, SW% 




6820' 


BF08 • 


39° 
108° 


47' 
10' 


35" 

46" 


T3S R96W Sec 16 
HEh, SW%, NVfis 




6950' 


BGOl 


39° 

108° 


50' 

14' 


17" 
0" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
SfcRs, N0s, NWJj 




6360' 


BG02 


39° 
108° 


47' 
13' 


48" 
21" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
NE%, HUh, NEia 




6940' 


BG03 


39° 

108° 


49- 
12' 


39" 
08" 


T2S R96W Sec 31 
SE*s, SEJj, SEJj 




6300' 


BG04 


39° 
108° 


47' 
10' 


40" 
54" 


T3S R96W Sec 16 
SW5s, NW%, NW% 




6860' 


BHOl 


39° 
108° 


48' 
16' 


45" 

0" 


T3S R97W Sec 5 
SEh, SE%, Site 




6660' 


BH02 


39° 
108° 


47' 
13' 


49" 
35" 


T3S R97W Sec 12 
Site, Site, SE% 




6780' 


BH03 


39° 
108° 


48' 
12' 


6" 
5S" 


T3S R96W Sec 7 
Site, Nite, sw% 




6840' 


BH04 


39° 
108° 


46' 

10' 


43" 
56" 


T3S R96W Sec 20 
. NE^, SE^, NE^ 




7120' 


BJOl 


39° 
108° 


47' 
IT 


57" 
57" 


T3S R96W Sec 8 
Nlte, Site, Site 




6860' 


BJ02 


39° 
108° 


47' 
14' 


45" 
21" 


T3S R97W Sec 14 
Nlte, NEs, U£h 




6870' 



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( 



STATION 
CODE 


LATITUDE & 
LONGITUDE 


TOWNSHIP & STATE 

RANGE COORDINATES* ELEVATION 


BA31 


39° 
108° 


48' 
12' 


23" 
39" % 


T3S R96W Sec 7 
NE>a, SE%, Nlte 


6820' 


BCOl 


39° 
108° 


47' 
IT 


57" 
57" 


T3S R97W Sec 8 
Nlte, Site, Site 


6860' 


BC02 


39° 

108° 


47' 
14' 


49" 
21" 


T3S R97W Sec 11 
Ski's, SE»s, SE% 


6860' 


BC03 


39° 

108° 


46' 
IT 


56" 
58" 


T3S R96W Sec 17 
Site, Site, Site 


7100' 


BC04 


39° 
108° 


47' 
13' 


28" 
31" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
Nlte, SW%, NE^a 


6700' 


BC05 


39° 

108° 


48' 
IT 


08" 

53" 


T3S R96W Sec 8 
SE%, Nlte, Site 


6840' 


BC06 


39n 

108° 


47" 
10' 


54" 
43" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
SE^a, Site, Site 


6900' 


BC07 


39° 

108° 


47' 
13' 


45" 
15" 


T3S R97W Sec 13 
Nlte. Nft, NE% 


6940' 


BC08 


39° 
108° 


50" 

14' 


38" 
20" 


T2S R97W Sec 25 
Nlte, Site, Site 


6350' 


BC09 


39° 
108° 


49' 

IT 


30" 
52" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NE*s, Nlte, rote 


6400' 


BC13 


39° 
108° 


47' 
IT 


19" 
19" 


T3S R96W Sec 17 
NE5s, NVte, SE% 


6700' 


BDOl 


39° 

108° 


50' 

14' 


57" 
46" 


T2S R97W Sec 26 
SEk, SEs, NEs 


6380' 


BD02 


39° 
108° 


50' 

13' 


47" 
55" 


T2S R97W Sec 25 
Nlte, NEfe, Site 


6370' 


BD03 


39° 

108° 


50' 

12' 


34" 
57" 


T2S R96W Sec 30 
Site, Site, Site 


6420' 


BD04 


39° 
108° 


50' 
12' 


04" 
17" 


T2S R96W Sec 31 
Site, SEs, NE% 


6420' 


BD05 


39° 
108° 


50' 
IT 


08" 

41" 


T2S R96W Sec 32 
Nlte, SEs, Nlte 


6420' 


3D06 


39° 
108° 


49' 

10' 


45" 
36" 


T2S R96W Sec 33 

rote, SEs, site 


6500' 


BD07 


39° 
108° 


49' 
13' 


52" 
16" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
Site, NEU, SE% 


6380' 


BD08 


39° 
108° 


49' 
12' 


45" 
44" 


T2S R96W Sec 31 
Nlte, SE'i, Skte 


6360' 


BD09 


39° 
108° 


49' 
12' 


25" 
28" 


T3S R96W Sec 6 
Site, Nlte, NE?a 


6410' 



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Table IV C-l (Continued) 

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION STATION COORDINATES 



STATION 
CODE 


LATITUDE & 
LONGITUDE 


TOWNSHIP & STATE 

RANGE COORDINATES* ELEVATION 


BA12 


39° 
108° 


50' 
13' 


31" 
7" 


T2S R97W Sec 25 
SEJs, SE^a, SE*a 


6600' 


BA13 


39° 
108° 


49- 
12' 


54" 
4" 


T2S R96W Sec 31 
SBt, HEh, SE% 


6600' 


BA14 


"39° 
108° 


49' 
10' 


51" 
55" 


T2S R96W Sec 33 

sw^, mn, s\ih 


6700' 


BA15 


39° 
108° 


49. 
10' 


44" 
32" 


T2S R96W Sec 33 
NWs, S£h, Sift; 


6600' 


BAT 6 


39° 
108° 


49' 

14' 


54" 
10" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
Mh, Mh, SW% 


6500' 


BA17 


39° 
108° 


48' 
14' 


29" 
37" 


T3S R97W Sec 11 
SVfis, Nlife, NE% 


6680' 


BA18 


39° 
108° 


47" 
14' 


47" 
17" 


T3S R97W Sec 14 
UVih, NEfs, NE'-s 


6820' 


BAT 9 


39° 

108° 


47' 
14" 


54" 
2" 


T3S R97W Sec 12 
NE3i, SVIh, SW^a 


6680' 


BA20 


39° 
108° 


48' 
12' 


16" 
38" 


T3S R96W Sec 7 

SEh, se%, tm 


6860' 


BA21 


39° 

108° 


47' 
12' 


57" 
33" 


T3S R96W Sec 7 
HEk, SEfc, SWJj 


6820' 


BA22 


39 o 

108° 


47' 
12' 


9" 
35" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
SE%, NEfc, SVlh 


6860' 


BA23 


39° 
108° 


48' 
12' 


0" 
6" 


T3S R96W Sec 7 
nth, SE^, SE% 


6840' 


BA24 


39° 

108° 


48' 

IT 


52" 

49" 


T3S R96W Sec 5 
NE*a, Skfis, SW^ 


6640' 


BA25 


39° 
108° 


47' 
IT 


15" 
46" 


T3S, R96W Sec 17 
NWV, H£h, SWJa 


7000' 


BA26 


39° 

108° 


48' 
10' 


9" 
51" 


T3S R96W Sec 9 
mh, NWJg, SW% 


6840' 


BA27 


39° 
108° 


47' 
10' 


5" 
50" 


T3S R96W Sec 16 
NW^a, SW?a, SW>s 


7020' 


BA28 


39° 
108° 


48' 

14' 


29" 

28" 


T3S R97U Sec 11 
SEJj, Mh, H£h 


6680' 


BA29a 


39° 
108° 


47' 
14' 


43" 
14" 


T3S R97W Sec 14 
NE^, NEs, NE% 


6860' 


BA29b 


39° 
108° 


47' 
14' 


38" 
21" 


T3S R97W Sec 14 
SWa, NE'a, NEJ4 


6900' 


BA30 


39 o 
108° 


48' 
12' 


49" 
34" 


T3S R96W Sec 6 
H£h, SE'a, SW4 


6720' 



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Table IV C-l (Continued) 

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION STATION COORDINATES 



STATION LATITUDE & TOWNSHIP & STATE 

CODE LONGITUDE RANGE COORDINATES* ELEVATION 



6950' 
•6280' 
6950' 
6750' 
6310' 
6720' 
6380' 

6480' 
6500' 
6640' 
6600' 
6720' 
5780' 
6860' 
6860' 
6940' 
6600' 
6580' 



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AA23 


39° 
108° 


47' 
12' 


43" 
58" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
Nlte, Nlte, Nlte 


AB20 


39° 
108° 


50' 
13' 


10" 
08" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
NE=a, SE5s, NSt 


AB23 


39° 
108° 


47' 
12' 


43" 
54" 


T3S R96W Sec 18 
NEs, NW%, Mk 


AB24 


39° 
108° 


48' 
12' 


49" 
20" 


T3S R96W Sec 6 
NE%, Site, SE*a 


AC20 


39° 
108° 


50' 
13' 


08" 
06" 


T2S R97W Sec 36 
NEs, SE^a, HEh 


AD42 


39° 

108° 


48" 
13' 


58" 
08" 


T3S R97W Sec 1 
SE%, NE*s, SE% 


AD56 


39° 
108° 


49' 

12' 


31" 
21" 


T3S R96W Sec 6 
HEh, Nlte, NEJs 


BIOLOGY 










BA01 


39° 
108° 


50' 
16' 


17" 
10" 


T2S R97W Sec 34 
Site, HEh, Mh 


BA02 


39°, 
108° 


50' 
16' 


0" 
16" 


T2S R97W Sec 34 
SE5s, Site, Nlte 


BA03 


39° 
108° 


49* 
16' 


31" 
2" 


T3S R97W Sec 3 
NEt, NEJs, Mh 


BA04 


39° 
108° 


49' 
15' 


4" 

44" 


T3S R97W Sec 3 
NEs, Nlte, SE% 


BA05 


39° 
108° 


48' 
16' 


41" 
9" 


T3S R97W Sec 3 
Site, SEs, Site 


BA06 


39° 
108° 


48' 

16' 


18" 
16" 


T3S R97U Sec 10 
SE^a, Site, Nlte 


BA07 


39° 
108° 


47' 
16' 


54" 
17" 


T3S R97W Sec 10 
Nlte, Site, Site 


JnUO 


39°, 
108° 


47' 
16' 


32" 
37" 


T3S R97W Sec 16 
Hlh, SEs, NEfc 


BA09 . 


39° 
108° 


47' 
16' 


9" 
48" 


T3S R97W Sec 16 
SEh, Nlte, SE% 


BA10 


39° 
108° 


50' 

14' 


52" 
16" 


T2S R97W Sec 25 
Site, Site, Nlte 


BA11 


39°, 

108° 


50' 
13' 


43" 
43" 


T2S R97W Sec 25 
SE'a, HEh, Site 



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