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A summary of the Caspar Creek watershed studyAuthor(s): David M. Burns
Source: Unpublished report presented to the California State Board of Forestry, Sacramento, California, 26 February 1965. 6 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe Caspar Creek Watershed Study, is located on the Jackson State Forest. It is a cooperative study by the California Division of Forestry, The Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, the California Department of Water Resources and the California Department of Fish and Game. The precipitation records were started in 1961. The weirs, however, were not completed until November 1962. The study area is five miles south of Fort Bragg and five miles inland. It consists of two comparable watersheds: the North Fork which drains 1264 acres, and the South Fork which drains 1078 acres.
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CitationBurns, David M. 1965. A summary of the Caspar Creek watershed study. Unpublished report presented to the California State Board of Forestry, Sacramento, California, 26 February 1965. 6 p.
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, watershed, Jackson State Forest
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