Dusty Robinson

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Name: Dusty Robinson
Date registered: January 13, 2011
URL: http://www.linkedin.com/in/dustyrobinson
Yahoo! IM: http://www.twitter.com/#!/DustyWRobinson


I have been working on river related projects since 1994. From rafting and kayaking during the summer while attending Colorado State University, starting in 1998 at Ayres Associates measuring, studying, learning, and communicating information about rivers and how they interact with the world.

Latest posts

  1. 2013 Colorado Post Flood Video Tour — November 8, 2013
  2. 2013 Colorado Flood Video Tour — October 25, 2013
  3. “Washed Out Completely” — September 27, 2013
  4. Putting a River in it’s Place — September 23, 2013
  5. What’s In The Water — August 23, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. The Big Assumption — 13 comments
  2. Assume No More — 7 comments
  3. 2-D Model 101 — 5 comments
  4. Playing it Safe on the River, Part 1 — 3 comments
  5. 1-D, 2-D, 3-D, 4 — 3 comments

Author's posts listings

Nov 08 2013

2013 Colorado Post Flood Video Tour

It is a humbling experience to see flooding taking place.  Just standing next to that much power is a unique experience.  Walking through a flood damaged area after the flood and witnessing the destruction, debris, and silence is an equally, but different experience.  The following videos provide a tour along the front range showing some …

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Oct 25 2013

2013 Colorado Flood Video Tour

We are still busy assisting multiple entities in Northern Colorado respond and recover from the historic flooding in September.  Long term plans are still forming, but it appears we may be working on some flood recovery for the next 2-3 years.  There are a lot of videos showing the flooding and post flood destruction online.  …

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Sep 27 2013

“Washed Out Completely”

From the Coloradoan; Dan Dugal and his friend Amanda Finch traveled about 5 miles up the Big Thompson Canyon Wednesday (9-25-2013) in hopes of reaching Finch’s cabin near Drake. “The river had scoured out the entire road down to the bedrock,” he said. “There was no way around it without climbing gear.” The extent of …

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Sep 23 2013

Putting a River in it’s Place


It has been a crazy week. Numerous search and rescue efforts have been taking place throughout the foothills and plains of Northern Colorado, and the number of unaccounted for continues to drop.  The 2013 Colorado Flood event has spawned the largest search and rescue effort since Hurricane Katrina. Our office has been busy marking and …

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