Two separate rock art depictions of armored horses were found on the Purgatoire River in southeast Colorado.
Colorado Recreation & Environment
Hayman fire temperatures reached in excess of 400 degrees Celsius (752 F). At least one area reached more than 650 C, more than 1,200 F.
Work was underway in late 2002 to stabilize soils and remove hazardous trees from the most heavily used areas. Rehabilitation work, including aerial seeding and mulching, was also conducted.
The study applied global climate models that indicate Rocky Mountain National Park will face milder winters and warmer summers in the future.
Total crop revenue contributed by crops supported by the wells was estimated to be $79.4 million with grains such as corn and alfalfa hay contributing $58 million.