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Turbidity-threshold sampling in the Freshwater watershedAuthor(s): Patrick Donovan; Rand Eads; C. Hobart Perry
Source: Page 13, in: Humboldt Bay and Watershed Symposium, 8-9 February 2002, Eureka, California. Eureka, California: University of California, Cooperative Extension.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationDonovan, Patrick; Eads, Rand; Perry, C. Hobart. 2002. Turbidity-threshold sampling in the Freshwater watershed. Page 13, in: Humboldt Bay and Watershed Symposium, 8-9 February 2002, Eureka, California. Eureka, California: University of California, Cooperative Extension.
KeywordsPSW4351, turbidity, suspended sediment, geology
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