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Status of natural resources in Redwood Creek basin, Redwood National ParkAuthor(s): Milton Kolipinski; Ed Helley; Luna Leopold; Steve Viers; Gerard Witucki; Robert Ziemer
Source: A report to the Director of the National Park Service from a Scientific Evaluation Team. 10 December 1975. 9 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionRedwood Creek drains a 280 square mile basin which is located in a region of high winter rainfall and high natural rates of erosion. Forests of commercial quality formerly covered about 238 square miles of the basin. Parklands, including a portion of Redwood National Park, occupy approximately 10% of the lower basin and include, amount other values, several of the world's tallest trees.
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CitationKolipinski, Milton; Helley, Ed; Leopold, Luna; Viers, Steve; Witucki, Gerard; Ziemer, Robert. 1975. Status of natural resources in Redwood Creek basin, Redwood National Park. A report to the Director of the National Park Service from a Scientific Evaluation Team. 10 December 1975. 9 p.
KeywordsPSW4351, Redwood Creek, Redwood National Park, erosion, sediment, slides
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