Rocky Mountain National Park
Partnership Projects in Rocky Mountain National Park
- 1999 - Effect of Changing Atmospheric Deposition on the Chemistry of Lakes
in National Parks in the Intermountain Region (multi-park project)
- 2002 - Occurrence of Persistent Organic Pollutants and Current-Use
Pesticides in Seasonal Snowpacks, Lake Water and Lake Sediment (multi-park
- 2006 - Historical trends of Mercury and Trace Metal Deposition to High-Elevation Lakes
- 2007 - Assessment of Nitrogen Saturationand Episodic Acidification Status
- 2008 - Effects of Nitrogen Limitation and Biological Characteristics of High-Elevation Lakes
- 2011 - Effects of Mountain Pine Beetle Induced Tree Mortality on Water Quality
- 2012 - Occurrence, Sources, and Potential for Biodegradation of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Rocky Mountain National Park
Mast, M.A., W.T. Foreman, and S.V. Skaates. 2006. Organochlorine compounds and current-use pesticides in snow and lake sediment in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado and Glacier National Park in Montana, 2002-2003. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5119.
Clow, D.W., J.O. Sickman, R.G. Striegl, D.P. Krabbenhoft, J.G. Elliott, M. Dornblaser, D.A. Roth, and D.H. Campbell. 2003. (download PDF reader) Changes in the chemistry of lakes and precipitation in high-elevation national parks in the western United States, 1985-1999. Water Resources Research, 39(6), 1171, doi: 10.1019/2002WR001533.
Clow, D.W., R.G. Striegl, L. Nanus, M.A. Mast, D.H. Campbell, and D.P. Krabbenhoft. 2002. Current status of high-elevation lake chemistry in seven national parks in the western United States. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution: Focus 2(2) 139-164. U.S. Geological Survey.