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Caspar Creek Phase II: Discovering how watersheds respond to loggingAuthor(s): Anonymous
Source: Forestry Research West, August 1987. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Berkeley, California. (Revised December 1993).
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionFor the past three decades, researchers from the Pacific Southwest Research Station's Redwood Sciences Laboratory in Arcata, California, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CDF), Jackson Demonstration Forest near Fort Bragg, have been studying the effects of logging northern California watersheds. The findings have identified the extent and nature of hydrologic, erosion, and sedimentation impacts of logging operations on watersheds in this area. Cooperation between CDF and the Station dates from 1962. It has been a productive division of labors, with CDF supervising the construction and maintenance of research facilities and the logging of experimental watersheds, and the Station designing the experiments and analyzing the data. Together, they have jointly decided which studies to undertake and have co-authored several research reports.
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CitationAnonymous 1993. Caspar Creek Phase II: Discovering how watersheds respond to logging. Forestry Research West, August 1987. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Berkeley, California. (Revised December 1993).
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, CDF, Jackson State Forest, Fort Bragg, California, watershed, hydrologic, erosion, sedimentation
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