This book is designed to serve both as a text for courses in Colorado and Rocky Mountain geography, and as an authoritative source of information about the state for newcomers, as well as long-time residents.
Table of Contents
1. The Regional Setting 2. Physiography 3. Climate 4. Biotic Communities 5. Nonrenewable Resources 6. Renewable Resources 7. Water 8. Resource Ownership and Management 9. Settlement History 10. Population Growth and Distribution 11. Agriculture 12. Power and Transportation 13. Manufacturing and Service Industries 14. The Urban Landscape