Colorado Geological Survey

Quakes tracked in Oklahoma (credit: CBS)

Investigation Continues Into Greeley Quake, Wastewater Injection Well

The commission investigating seismic activity near wastewater disposal sites in Weld County is meeting this afternoon to discuss developments since it ordered an injection well temporarily shut down.

06/27/2014

(credit: CBS)

Another Weld County Quake Prompts Closure Of Injection Well

Experts are looking at the latest in a string of earthquakes to rattle an area near Greeley with questions about whether it’s related to oil and gas operations.

06/24/2014

An image of the mudslide (credit: CBS)

Western Slope Landslide: It’s Just A Matter Of When

The landslide that skidded down out of a bowl shaped drop-off from the Grand Mesa Sunday night had enough material to stretch out for three miles, and it was hundreds of feet deep in some spots.

05/30/2014

In image of the slide on Loveland Pass (credit: Alan Henceroth)

Rock Slides Will Remain Common Because Of The Significant Snowpack

The slopes in Colorado are becoming very active and one U.S. Forest Service official said it’s erosion in action.

05/28/2014

(credit: fs.fed.us)

State Agency Examines Colorado Headwaters Areas

Poor surface-water quality in some Colorado headwaters areas isn’t due to human activities like mining but to geology, according to a new Colorado Geological Society study that examined water quality.

11/16/2011

A sinkhole along Colorado's Front Range (credit: CBS)

Colorado Agency Studies Land Around Old Front Range Mines

Homes across parts of the Front Range are facing an underground threat from old coal mines.

10/04/2011

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