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Preliminary report of progress on the stream ecology phase of the Caspar Creek project, June to December, 1965Author(s): John W. DeWitt
Source: Unpublished report, Humboldt State College. 30 June 1965. 7 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionDuring the summer, orientation surveys were carried out and initial plans for the conduct of the project were completed. Generally, the plans are for the investigation of the short and long-term effects of logging and associated activities on the nature, the ecology, and the productivity of one branch (the south fork) of Caspar Creek. The north fork watershed is not to be logged and the north fork will thus serve as a "control" area for the study.
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CitationDeWitt, John W. 1965. Preliminary report of progress on the stream ecology phase of the Caspar Creek project, June to December, 1965. Unpublished report, Humboldt State College. 30 June 1965. 7 p.
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, stream ecology, logging effects
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