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"Visit to Caspar Creek, northern California"Author(s): Nick Schofield
Source: Land and Water Research News 3: 24-27. Western Australia Steering Committee for Research on Land Use and Water Supply, The Water Authority of Western Australia, Leederville, Washington.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAs part of a brief study tour in California, I had the good fortune of spending a very pleasant day on the Caspar Creek watershed, ably guided by Peter Cafferata and Liz Keppeler. Amongst the many notable achievements of the Caspar Creek Study is its longevity. The study started in 1962 and has evolved over time
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CitationSchofield, Nick. 1989. "Visit to Caspar Creek, northern California". Land and Water Research News 3: 24-27. Western Australia Steering Committee for Research on Land Use and Water Supply, The Water Authority of Western Australia, Leederville, Washington.
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, watershed, stormflow, clearcut, sedimen
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