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Parlin Creek large woody debris placement projectAuthor(s): Barry W. Collins
Source: Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, Volume 51, Spring/Summer 1999. p. 8-9.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionIn August 1996 the Jackson Demonstration State Forest (JSDF) completed a fish habitat rehabilitation project in a 2.5 mile reach of Parlin Creek, a tributary to the Noyo River in Mendocino County, California. The purse of the project was to introduce large woody material to the stream channel to determine if higher quality habitat could be produced for anadromous salmonids. The project goals were to: 1) increase depth and complexity of pools, 2) create new pools, and 3) break up long riffles and reduce winter flow velocity.
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CitationCollins, Barry W. 1999. Parlin Creek large woody debris placement project. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, Volume 51, Spring/Summer 1999. p. 8-9.
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, Jackson Demonstration State Forest, fish habitat, salmonid, stream, water
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