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Process based management of large woody debris at the basin scale, Soquel Creek, California
Neil S. Lassettre
by State of California, California Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection in [Sacramento, Calif.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Neil S. Lassettre and G. Mathias Kondolf.|
|Contributions||Kondolf, G. Mathias., California. Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection., University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning.|
|LC Classifications||SD144.C2 L37 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||2005452045|
Nevertheless, studies on human perceptions of riparian aesthetics are rare. One of them noted a general preference for channels without woody debris, suggesting a needed advancement in the public's appreciation of the significance of large woody debris in rivers (Gregory and Davis ).Knowing that large woody debris is important for riverine integrity will affect public perception of the. Creek from to was 4 °C at an elevation of 2, m (Markstrom and others, ). Sagehen Creek is a snowmelt dominated basin, with peak flows in May and minimum flows in September. Daily mean streamflow values were obtained for Sagehen Creek at the streamflow-gaging station near the outlet of the basin (fig. 1).
Soquel Creek in California is a good example of a situation where wood originating upstream causes flooding downstream due to wood-generated obstructions at bridges (Lassettre ). This is a pervasive problem in Europe, especially in France and Switzerland, as well as in North America, where bridges retaining the wood are destroyed by lateral. Research that explores the biological response to urbanization on a site-specific scale is necessary for management of urban basins. Recent studies have proposed a method to characterize the biological response of benthic macroinvertebrates along an urban gradient for several climatic regions in the USA. Our study demonstrates how this general framework can be refined and applied on a smaller.
Redwood Creek basin 2. Prairies in Redwood Creek basin and bordering forests 3. Measuring gully width 4. Correlation between top width and cross-sectional areas of gullies 5. Gullying on a prairie 6. Sediment volume contribution by number of gullies in percent of total 7. Earthflow and gullies near Berry Summit on old and new Highway LIST. For environmental management, a scale of 10 to years is the usual period of interest or concern. An awareness of the larger time frame helps to put these variables in their proper perspective. In contrast to a time scale distribution, a hierarchical organization of stream systems on a linear spatial schedule is shown in Figure 5.
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Large Woody Debris and Land Management in California’s Hardwood-Dominated Watersheds. Although large woody debris (LWD) has been studied extensively in conifer-dominated watersheds, relatively little is known about LWD in hardwood-dominated watersheds. California book surveys of 32 hardwood-dominated stream reaches in northern coastal California revealed that levels of LWD varied with land ownership and that living trees strongly influenced debris jam by: Large woody debris in urban stream channels: Redefining the problem.
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The model was used to examine the geomorphic and hydraulic impact of simplified large woody debris (LWD) elements. Abstract. General Circulation Model simulations of future climate through project a wide range of possible scenarios. To determine the sensitivity and potential effect of long-term climate change on the freshwater resources of the United States, the U.S.
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Sonora, California 1Present address: Salem District, Bureau of Land Management, Salem, OR 2Present address: Springerville RD, Apache-Sitgreaves NF, Springerville, AZ Abstract In the Stanislaus National Forest surveyed 17 streams to determine the distribution and abundance of large woody debris (LWD).
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