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The Caspar Creek Watersheds--a case studyAuthor(s): R. R. Ziemer
Source: In: Callaham, R.Z., ed. Case Studies and Catalog of Watershed Projects in Western Provences and States. University of California. Wildland Resources Center Report 22. p. 17-19; 81.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionCaspar Creek experimental watersheds are located on the Jackson Demonstration State Forest. Sponsors are the Pacific Southwest Research Station (PSW), USDA Forest Service, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CDF). Both organizations have been working cooperatively since 1962
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CitationZiemer, R. R. 1990. The Caspar Creek Watersheds--a case study. In: Callaham, R.Z., ed. Case Studies and Catalog of Watershed Projects in Western Provences and States. University of California. Wildland Resources Center Report 22. p. 17-19; 81.
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