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2012 Flow Year on the Poudre River

2012 Flow Year on the Poudre River

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The crazy April flow yo-yo at Lincoln Ave.
The crazy April flow yo-yo
at Lincoln Ave.
image courtesy of USGS
The crazy April flow yo-yo at Lincoln Ave.
8 cfs at Martinez Park
on April 29, 2012
photo courtesy of Greg Speer
Poudre River from College bridge
Just to the east and west of the College Avenue Bridge over the Poudre River in downtown Fort Collins.
photo courtesy of Gary Wockner
Poudre River from College bridge
Just to the east and west of the College Avenue Bridge over the Poudre River in downtown Fort Collins.
photo courtesy of Gary Wockner
Poudre River from College bridge
Just to the east and west of the College Avenue Bridge over the Poudre River in downtown Fort Collins.
photo courtesy of Gary Wockner
Drought
If you were a farmer in a drought year like 2012, wouldn't it make sense to sell your water to a thirsty city rather than try to bring in a faltering crop?
photo courtesy of John Bartholow
Poudre River from College bridge
Who turned off the river on June 9?
image courtesy of USGS
Black water from fires on July 8
Black water from fires in the canyon, July 8.
photo courtesy ofMark Easter
Poudre River from Linden bridge
The river runs almost black from High Park fire debris; taken from the Linden bridge about 10 am 7/7/2012.
photo courtesy of Greg Speer
Black water from fires on July 8
Black water from fires in the canyon, July 8
photo courtesy of Mark Easter
Black water from fires on July 10
Black water from fires in town, July 10.
photo courtesy of John Bartholow
Black water from fires on July 10
Black water from fires in town, July 10.
photo courtesy of John Bartholow
Black water from fires on July 10
Turbid Poudre River flowing into the S. Platte River from the right on Aug 4.
photo courtesy of John Bartholow
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