Rivers, lakes and streams

 
Colorado has more than 105,344 river miles and more than 249,787 lake acres. The majority of the state’s rivers originate in the pristine high alpine environment of the Rocky Mountains and flow downstream through the high desert or high plains regions before leaving the state. Colorado has seven major river basins - Arkansas, Colorado, Green, Platte, Republican, Rio Grande and San Juan.
 
Data
How to obtain data, data submittal forms. 
303(d) and integrated reporting, Regulation 93, completed Total Maximum Daily Load information.
 
Studies from the measurable results program
 
Monitoring
Monitoring plans, trophic definitions, status, data and data collection, temperature analysis program and contact information. 
Funding, program documents, planning, project management, monitoring and assessment, outreach, Regulation 85.
 
List of documents related to Regulation 85, Nutrients Management Control and the fall 2015 triennial review for this regulation.
 
303(d) listing methodology, assessment methods and tools.