Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story. May 6, 1998, Ukiah, California
|Authors:||Robert R. Ziemer|
|Type:||General Technical Report (GTR)|
|Station:||Pacific Southwest Research Station|
|Source:||Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 149 p|
AbstractThese proceedings report on 36 years of research at the Caspar Creek Experimental Watershed, Jackson Demonstration State Forest in northwestern California. The 16 papers include discussions of streamflow, sediment production and routing, stream channel condition, soil moisture and subsurface water, nutrient cycling, aquatic and riparian habitat, streamside buffers, cumulative effects, monitoring. A detailed annotated bibliography of 107 papers from Caspar Creek is included.
Titles contained within Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story. May 6, 1998, Ukiah, California
- Overview of the Caspar Creek watershed study
- Why Caspar Creek -- then and now?
- Flooding and stormflows
- Subsurface drainage processes and management impacts
- The summer flow and water yield response to timber harvest
- Effects of forest harvest on stream-water quality and nitrogen cycling in the Caspar Creek watershed
- Evaluating the impacts of logging activities on erosion and suspended sediment transport in the Caspar Creek watersheds
- Buffering the buffer
- Effects of recent logging on the main channel of North Fork Caspar Creek
- Effects of timber harvest on aquatic vertebrates and habitat in the North Fork Caspar Creek
- Persistence of historical logging impacts on channel form in mainstem North Fork Caspar Creek
- Logging impacts of the 1970's vs. the 1990's in the Caspar Creek watershed
- Cumulative watershed effects: Caspar Creek and beyond
- Monitoring watersheds and streams
- Where do we go from here?
- Publications related to Caspar Creek