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"Streamflow and sediment response to logging, California, USA"Author(s): Robert R. Ziemer; Jack Lewis; Elizabeth T. Keppeler
Source: In: Environmental Forest Science, IUFRO Division 8 Conference Proceedings, 19-23 October 1998, Kyoto, Japan. International Union of Forestry Research Organizations; 103-104.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionStreamflow, suspended sediment, and bedload have been monitored since 1962 in the 473-ha North Fork and the 424-ha South Fork of Caspar Creek. These watersheds are about 7 km from the Pacific Ocean, on the Jackson Demonstration State Forest, 10 km south of Fort Bragg, California, USA (Ziemer et al. 1996)
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CitationZiemer, Robert R.; Lewis, Jack; Keppeler, Elizabeth T. 1998. "Streamflow and sediment response to logging, California, USA". In: Environmental Forest Science, IUFRO Division 8 Conference Proceedings, 19-23 October 1998, Kyoto, Japan. International Union of Forestry Research Organizations; 103-104.
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, streamflow, sediment, logging effect
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