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Pacific Southwest Research Station

 

Pacific Southwest Research Station
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ID Round Title Final Products Expected Sort by First Researcher Lead Researchers
Air Quality
Climate Change Forest Fuels Vege-
tation Mgmt
Habitat Improve-
ment
Lake Quality Storm-
water Mgmt
Stream Resto-
ration
Science Integ-
ration
tsc Tahoe Science Consortium Reuter John Reuter and Geoffrey Schladow, University of California, Davis; Michael Collopy and Wally Miller, University of Nevada, Reno; Alan Gertler and James M. Thomas, Desert Research Institute; Timothy Rowe and Kimball Goddard, US Geological Survey; Peter Stine and Pat Manley, Pacific Southwest Research Station x
099 12 Renewing and refining the Tahoe yellow cress Conservation Strategy: incorporating new science and management tools 2013-12 Stanton Alison Stanton, Consultant;
Bruce Pavlik, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
x
098 12 Realigning the Lake Tahoe Interagency Monitoring Program for use as a monitoring tool 2014-08 Coats Jack Lewis, Consultant; John Reuter, University of California-Davis x
097 12 Quantifying the potential for a low-cost, distributed stormwater detention system using LiDAR and remotely-sensed data 2013-12 Schladow Geoff Schladow, University of California-Davis;
Juanfran Reinoso and Carlos Leon, University of Granada
x
096 12 Synthesis of spatially-explicit sustainability indicators for the Tahoe Basin 2013-12 Saah David Saah, Spatial Informatics Group, LLC;
Chad Praul, Environmental Incentives, LLC
x
095 12 Ozone modeling system and emission control strategies for the Lake Tahoe Basin 2013-10 Koracin Darko Koracin, Julide Kahyaoglu-Koracin, and Alan Gertler, Desert Research Institute x
094 12 Refining estimates of atmospheric deposition for sediment particles and particulate nutrients in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2014-10 Chen Antony Chen, John Watson, and Xiaoliang Wang, Desert Research Institute; Wen-Ming Chien, University of Nevada-Reno x
093 12 A collaborative definition, classification refinement, and mapping of the stream environment zones in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2014-01 Saah David Saah, Jason Moghaddas, and Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne, Spatial Informatics Group, LLC; Josh Collins, San Francisco Estuary Institute x
092 12 Effectiveness of reintroductions and probiotic treatment as tools to restore the endangered Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog (Rana sierrae) to the Lake Tahoe Basin 2015-07 Knapp Roland Knapp, University of California-Santa Barbara;
Vance Vredenburg, San Francisco State University
x
091 12 Ecosystem response to aspen restoration 2015-07 Berrill John-Pascal Berrill and Christa Dagley, Humboldt State University x
090 12 Understanding the decline of deepwater sensitive species in Lake Tahoe: What is responsible, eutrophication or species invasions? 2014-07 Chandra Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada-Reno; Eliska Rejmankova and John Reuter, University of California-Davis x x
089 12 Application of the stream load reduction tool (SLRT) to quantify the project and reach scale water quality benefits of Upper Truckee River restoration efforts 2013-12 Beck Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE, LLC; Catherine Riihimaki, Drew University x
088 12 Aligning stormwater quality datasets with priority management objectives 2013-12 Beck Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE, LLC x
087 12 Emerald Bay control and management: stressors and mechanisms controlling Asian clam populations in Emerald Bay 2014-07 Gamble Allison Gamble, John Reuter, and Geoff Schladow, University of California-Davis; Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada-Reno x
086 12 Drought stress and bark beetle outbreaks in the future forest: extending an existing model to inform climate change adaptation 2013-09 Scheller Robert Scheller and Louise Loudermilk, Portland State University;
Matthew Hurteau, Pennsylvania State University;
Peter Weisberg, University of Nevada-Reno
x
085 12 Using provenance test data to inform ecological restoration in the Tahoe Basin 2014-09 Wright Jessica Wright, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station x
084 12 Development of an Online Watershed Interface to predict the effects of forest and fire management on sediment and phosphorus loads in surface runoff in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2014-09 Elliot William Elliot and Randy Foltz, USDA Forest Service-Rocky Mountain Research Station;
Erin Brooks and Jan Boll, University of Idaho;
Michael Hogan, Integrated Environmental Restoration Services, Inc.
x x
083 12 Incorporating project-level analysis and enhanced decision support into the OptFuels fuel treatment planning system for the Lake Tahoe Basin 2014-02 Jones Greg Jones, Jody Bramel, and William Elliot, USDA Forest Service-Rocky Mountain Research Station;
Woodam Chung, University of Montana
x
081 11 Evaluating field and laboratory data for developing surrogate indicators to monitor fine sediment in the Tahoe Basin 2013-12 Heyvaert Alan Heyvaert, Desert Research Institute;
John Reuter, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California, Davis;
Masoud Kayhanian, University of California, Davis;
Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE, LLC
x
080 11 Remote sensing of Lake Tahoe's nearshore environment 2013-12 Schladow Erin Lee Hestir, University of California, Davis;
Geoff Schladow, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California, Davis
x
079 11 Development of status and trend indicators for stream condition and other resources 2013-01 Stubblefield Andrew Stubblefield, Humboldt State University;
Alison O'Dowd, Humboldt State University;
Chad Praul, Environmental Incentives, LLC
x
078 11 Assessment of fire hazard/risk in the Wildland Urban Interface "WUI" and stream environment zones "SEZs" 2013-10 Saah David Saah, Spatial Informatics Group, LLC;
Jason Moghaddas, Spatial Informatics Group, LLC;
Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne, Spatial Informatics Group, LLC;
Qi Chen, Spatial Informatics Group, LLC
x x
077 11 Mapping hard and soft impervious cover in the Lake Tahoe Basin using LiDAR and multispectral images: a pilot study of the Lake Tahoe Land Cover and Disturbance Monitoring Plan 2013-10 Saah Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne, Spatial Informatics Group, LLC; David Saah, Spatial Informatics Group, LLC x
076 11 Evaluation of prescribed burn impacts on air quality and visibility in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2013-03 Chen L.-W. Antony Chen, Desert Research Institute; Mark C. Green, Desert Research Institute x
075 11 Secondary pollutant formation in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2014-12 Zielinska Barbara Zielinska, Desert Research Institute;
Alan Gertler, Desert Research Institute;
Andrzej Bytnerowicz, USDA Forest Service-Pacific Southwest Research Station;
Wendy Goliff, Center for Environmental Research & Technology, University of California, Riverside;
Chad Praul, Environmental Incentives, LLC
x
074 11 Tools to quantify urban stormwater load reduction from SEZ restoration actions 2013-07 Beck Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE, LLC x
073 11 Laboratory experiments on fine particle capture by submerged vegetation in stream environment zones (SEZs): the effects of vegetation density, biofilm development and particle composition 2013-07 Schladow Geoff Schladow, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California, Davis x x
072 11 Evaluation of alternative abrasives and snow plowing practices and road sweeping/vacuuming as source control BMPs for load reduction of fine sediment particles and phosphorus in urban roadway stormwater 2013-12 Hwang Hyun-Min Hwang, Texas Southern University;
Russell Wigart, El Dorado County Department of Transportation;
Raphael Townsend, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California, Davis;
Alan Heyvaert, Desert Research Institute
x
071 11 Quantifying the benefits of urban stormwater management 2013-09 Beck Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE, LLC x
070 11 Science to assist policy decisions regarding the prevention of invasive species: testing the survival and growth of quagga mussel in Lake Tahoe 2014-03 Chandra Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada, Reno; Kumud Acharya, Desert Research Institute x
069 11 The ecology of curly leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus) and the potential for control using bottom barriers in Lake Tahoe 2013-08 Reuter Marion Wittmann, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California, Davis;
Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada, Reno;
John Reuter, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California, Davis
x
068 11 Restoration strategies for whitebark, western white, and sugar pine in the Lake Tahoe Basin: ecological and epidemiological considerations 2014-08 Vogler Detlev Vogler, USDA Forest Service-Pacific Southwest Research Station, Institute of Forest Genetics; Patricia Maloney, Department of Plant Pathology and Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California, Davis x
067 11 Adaptive management handbook and tools for vegetation management and estimation of pollutant loading from forested catchments 2013-10 Hogan

Michael Hogan, Integrated Environmental Restoration Services, Inc.; Mark Grismer, Vadose Zone Hydrology & University of California, Davis

x x
065 10 Improving meteorological data and forecasts for prescribed fire burn day decisions for the Lake Tahoe Basin 2011-04 Brown Timothy Brown, Desert Research Institute; Narasimhan Sim Larkin, USFS Pacific Northwest (PNW) Research Station x x x
064 10 The Tahoe Climate Information Management System (TahoeClim) 2012-08 Redmond Kelly T. Redmond, Desert Research Institute; Geoffrey Schladow, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, UC Davis x x
063 10 Distribution of ozone, ozone precursors and gaseous components of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2012-06 Bytnerowicz Andrzej Bytnerowicz, Haiganoush Preisler and Mark Fenn, US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Alan Gertler and Barbara Zielinska, Desert Research Institute x
062 10 Particulate Emissions from Biomass Burning: Quantification of the Contributions from Residential Wood Combustion, Forest Fires, and Prescribed Fires 2012-02 Obrist Daniel Obrist, Alan W. Gertler and Barbara Zielinska, Desert Research Institute, Division of Atmospheric Sciences x x
061 10 Lake Tahoe Visibility Impairment Source Apportionment Analysis 2011-05 Green Mark Green, Antony Chen, and Dave DuBois, Desert Research Institute; John Molenar, Air Resource Specialists x
060 10 Visibility Monitoring and Standards for Lake Tahoe Basin: Assessment of Current and Alternative Approaches 2011-06 Chen L.-W. Antony Chen, Xiaoliaong Wang and John G. Watson, Division of Atmospheric Sciences, Desert Research Institute x
059 10 Plant community characterization and ranking of fens in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2011-05 Evens Julie M. Evens, California Native Plant Society x
058 10 Evaluation of Montane Forest Genetic Resources: Implications for Conservation, Management, and Restoration of Whitebark Pine (Pinus albicaulis) in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2012-12 Vogler Detlev Vogler and Annette Delfino-Mix, USDA FS Pacific Southwest Research Station; Patricia Maloney, Department of Plant Pathology & Tahoe Environmental Research Center, UC Davis; David Neale, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis x x x
057 10 Natural and human limitations to Asian clam distribution and recolonization-factors that impact the management and control in Lake Tahoe 2012-05 Wittman Marion Wittmann, John Reuter and Geoff Schladow, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, UC Davis; Sudeep Chandra, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science, University of Nevada Reno x x
056 10 Potential for Pathogen Growth, Fecal Indicator Growth and Phosphorus Release under Clam Removal Barriers in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2011-05 Wuertz Stefan Wuertz, Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California-Davis, Geoffrey Schladow, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California-Davis x x
055 10 Defensible Space-Erosion Protection Tools Development 2012-06 Hogan Michael Hogan, Integrated Environmental Restoration Services, Inc.; Mark Grismer, Vadose Zone Hydrology/UC Davis x x
054 10 Tahoe Stormwater Particle Assessment and Management for Urban and Roadway Runoff 2012-10 Heyvaert Alan Heyvaert and Jim Thomas, Desert Research Institute, John Reuter, University of California, Davis x
053 10 Ecological succession in the Angora fire: Forest management effects on woodpeckers as keystone species 2011-06 Manley Patricia Manley, USDA FS Pacific Southwest Research Station, Gina Tarbill, Sacramento State University x x
052 10 Development and Validation of the Tahoe Project Sediment Model 2012-06 Elliot William Elliot, USDA FS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Erin Brooks, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, University of Idaho, Drea Traeumer, Em Hydrology, LLC x
051 10 Stocking Guidelines for Aspen Restoration 2013-05 Berrill John-Pascal Berrill, and Christa M. Dagley, Humboldt State University x x
050 10 Wildlife Habitat Occupancy Models for Project and Landscape Evaluations in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2012-06 Manley Patricia Manley, James Baldwin and Ross Gerrard, USDA FS Pacific Southwest Research Station x
048 10 Evaluation of nearshore ecology and aesthetics 2013-06 Susfalk Rick Susfalk and Alan Heyvaert, Desert Research Institute;
Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada, Reno;
John Reuter, Geoff Schladow, Marion Wittmann, and Scott Hackley, University of California, Davis
049 10 Management options for reducing wildlife risk and maximizing carbon storage under future climate changes, ignition patterns, and forest treatments 2012-06 Scheller Robert M. Scheller, Environmental Sciences and Management Dept., Portland State University; Jian Yang and Peter J. Weisberg, University of Nevada-Reno; Alison Stanton, BMP Ecosciences x x
045 9 Hydrologic response of sub-alpine wetlands to climate change, Tahoe basin 2011-05 Fogg Graham Fogg, University of California at Davis x
044 9 Evaluation of montane forest genetic resources in the Lake Tahoe basin: Implications for conservation, management, and adaptive responses of Pinus monticola to environmental change 2013-06 Vogler Detlev Vogler, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; David Neale, Department of Plant Sciences, University of California at Davis; Patricia Maloney, Department of Plant Pathology, University of California at Davis x x
043 9 Development of a risk model to determine the expansion and potential environmental impacts of Asian clams in Lake Tahoe 2011-05 Chandra Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada at Reno; Marion Wittmann and Geoff Schladow, University of California at Davis x x
042 9 Quantification and characterization of Trout Creek restoration effectiveness 2012-03 Beck Nicole Beck, 2nd Nature LLC x
041 9 Impacts of vehicle activity on airborne particle deposition to Lake Tahoe 2010-12 Kuhns Hampden Kuhns, John Gillies, and Alan Gertler, Division of Atmospheric Sciences, Desert Research Institute x
040 9 Measuring the ability of floodplains to treat urban runoff in the Lake Tahoe basin 2011-06 Schladow Geoffrey Schladow, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California at Davis; Stefan Wuertz, Department of Engineering, University of California at Davis x x
039 9 Development of a road cut and fill land use category for the Pollutant Load Reduction Model (PLRM) 2010-09 Grismer Mark Grismer and Michael Hogan, Integrated Environmental Restoration Services x
038 9 Priority urban stormwater monitoring to directly inform the Pollutant Load Reduction Model (PLRM) 2012-02 Beck Nicole Beck, 2nd Nature LLC x
037 9 Urban stormwater fine sediment filtration using granular perlite 2010-12 Wigart Russ Wigart, El Dorado County Department of Transportation x
036 9 Biodiversity response to burn intensity and post-fire restoration 2011-09 Manley Patricia N. Manley, US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Dennis D. Murphy and T. Will Richardson, University of Nevada x
035 9 Effects of pile burning in the Tahoe basin on soil and water quality 2012-05 Hubbert Ken Hubbert and Matt Busse, U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Steve Overby, U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station x x
034 9 Integrated decision support for cost effective fuel treatments under multiple resource goals 2013-09 Chung Woodam Chung and Solomon Dobrowski, College of Forestry and Conservation, the University of Montana; J. Greg Jones and William J. Elliot, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station x
033 9 Silvicultural prescriptions to restore forest health 2013-09 Manley Patricia N. Manley and Malcolm North, US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Dennis D. Murphy and T. Will Richardson, University of Nevada x
032 9 Evaluating alternative fuel treatments in the South Shore wildland urban interface area 2011-08 Johnson Morris C. Johnson and Roger Ottmar, Pacific Northwest Research Station x
031 8 A comprehensive integration of past stream restoration efforts and future tools to evaluate and track the multitude of benefits by stream and meadows in the Lake Tahoe basin 2010-02 Beck Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE LLC x
030 8 The effects of climate change on Lake Tahoe, and implications for design of best management practices 2010-06 Reuter John Reuter, University of California, Davis; Robert Coats, Hydroikos x x
029 8 Modeling the influence of management actions on fire risk and spread under future climatic conditions 2011-08 Hurteau Matthew Hurteau, Northern Arizona University; George Koch, Northern Arizona University x x
028 8 Predictive modeling of cheatgrass invasion risk for the Lake Tahoe basin 2010-05 Anacker Brian Anacker, and Susan Harrison, UC Davis; Hugh Safford, USFS Region 5 x
027 8 NICHES: Nearshore Indicators for Clarity, Habitat, and Ecological Sustainability 2010-09 Chandra Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada, Reno; Craig Williamson, Miami University of Ohio; James Oris, Miami University of Ohio; Geoffrey Schladow, University of California, Davis x
026 8 Determining sources of highway runoff fine sediment in stormwater, streams, and Lake Tahoe using fingerprinting techniques 2011-06 Heyvaert Jim Thomas and Alan Heyvaert, Desert Research Institute x
025 8 Potential of engineered flood plains and wetlands as fine-particle BMPs: case study of Trout Creek and the Upper Truckee River 2010-08 Schladow Geoffrey Schladow and John Reuter, University of California, Davis; Fabian Bombardelli, University of California, Davis x x
024 8 Nutrient and sediment loading predictions for prescribed fire using optimized WEPP model 2010-12 Traeumer Drea Traeumer, Em Consulting; Mark Grismer, Integrated Environmental Restoration Services; Wally Miller, University Nevada-Reno x
023 8 Development of a water-quality-modeling toolbox to inform pollutant reduction planning, implementation planning, and adaptive management 2011-03 Reuter John Reuter and Geoffrey Schladow, University of California, Davis x
022 8 The effects of ski resorts in the Lake Tahoe region of California on population dynamics of the American marten 2011-12 Slauson Keith M. Slauson and William J. Zielinski, USFS Pacific Southwest Research Station x
020 8 Identifying Spatially Explicit Reference Conditions for Forest Landscapes in the Lake Tahoe Basin, USA 2011-08 Taylor Alan Taylor, Penn State University; Carl Skinner, USFS Pacific Southwest Research Station; Hugh Safford, USFS Region 5 x
019 8 Balancing fuel reduction, soil exposure, and erosion potential 2010-12 Stubblefield Andrew P. Stubblefield and J. Morgan Varner, Humboldt State University; Eric Knapp, USFS Pacific Southwest Research Station; Mark Grismer, UC Davis x
018 8 Developing FCCS Fuelbeds for the Angora Fire Region 2010-12 Ottmar Roger Ottmar, Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Lab and Hugh Safford, U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region x
017 8 Upland Fuel Reduction Treatments in the Lake Tahoe Basin: Forest Restoration Effectiveness 2011-06 Manley Pat Manley, USFS Pacific Southwest Research Station; Bruce M. Pavlik, Mills College; Dennis Murphy, University of Nevada Reno x
016 7 Tahoe Science Consortium Reuter John Reuter and Geoffrey Schladow, University of California, Davis; Michael Collopy and Wally Miller, University of Nevada, Reno; Alan Gertler and James M. Thomas, Desert Research Institute; Timothy Rowe and Kimball Goddard, US Geological Survey; Peter Stine and Pat Manley, Pacific Southwest Research Station x
015 7 Monitoring past, present, and future water quality using remote sensing (RS) 2010-09 Schladow S. Geoffrey Schladow, University of California, Davis; Simon J. Hook, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA/JPL) x
014 7 Tahoe basin particle size analysis and protocol development 2010-10 Heyvaert Alan Heyvaert, Desert Research Institute; S. Geoffrey Schladow, University of California, Davis; Todd Caldwell, Desert Research Institute x
013 7 Lake Tahoe source attribution study: receptor modeling study to determine the sources of observed ambient particulate matter in the Lake Tahoe basin 2009-12 Engelbrecht Johann Engelbrecht and Alan Gertler, Desert Research Institute; Tony VanCuren, University of California, Davis x
012 7 Analysis of 15 years of data from the California State Parks Prescribed Fire Effects Monitoring Program 2010-06 Pavlik Bruce Pavlik and Alison Stanton, BMP Ecosciences x
011 7 Development of a BMP performance assessment and data analysis system for the Tahoe Integrated Information Management System (TIIMS) 2010-09 Heyvaert Alan Heyvaert, Desert Research Institute; Eric Strecker and Marc Leisenring, Geosyntec Consultants; Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE, LLC; Ed Wallace and Brent Wolfe, Northwest Hydraulic Consultants; Charles Goldman, University of California, Davis x
010 7 Improving road erosion modeling for the Lake Tahoe basin and evaluating BMP strategies for fine sediment reduction at watershed scales 2010-12 Foltz Randy B. Foltz and William Elliot, USDA-FS Rocky Mountain Research Station; Woodam Chung, University of Montana; Hakjun Rhee, Washington State University x
009 7 Natural and anthropogenic threats to white pines from lower montane forests to subalpine woodlands of the Lake Tahoe basin: an ecological and genetic assessment for conservation, monitoring, and management 2011-06 Vogler Detlev R. Vogler, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Patricia E. Maloney, University of California, Davis; Annette Delfino-Mix, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Joan Dunlap, USDA-Forest Service, Placerville Nursery; Valerie Hipkins, Geneticist, USDA-FS, National Forest Genetics Lab x x
008 7 Restoring sugar pine in the Tahoe basin: regeneration ecology and recruitment dynamics of sugar pine under various stand structures. 2011-05 Waring Kristen M. Waring, Northern Arizona University; Kevin L. O'Hara, University of California - Berkeley; Natalie Angell, Northern Arizona University x
007 7 Restoration and fuel treatment of Lake Tahoe's riparian forests 2010-10 North Malcolm North, USFS Pacific Southwest Research Station x x
006 7 Potential nutrient emissions from prescribed fire in the Lake Tahoe basin 2010-12 Verburg Paul S.J. Verburg, Richard B. Susfalk, and Lung-Wen Antony Chen, Desert Research Institute x
005 7 Assessing the sources and transport of fine sediment in response to management practices in the Tahoe basin using the WEPP Model 2010-12 Elliot William Elliot, USDA-FS Rocky Mountain Research Station; Erin S. Brooks, University of Idaho; Jan Boll, University of Idaho; Joan Wu, Washington State University x
004 7 Methodology to predict total and fine sediment load reductions as a result of channel restoration in Lake Tahoe streams 2010-12 Beck Nicole Beck, 2NDNATURE, LLC x
003 7 Application of enhanced stream-corridor modeling tools for adaptive management of Tahoe basin streams 2011-02 Simon Andrew Simon and Eddy J. Langendoen, USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory x
002 7 Predicting and managing changes in near-shore water quality 2011-01 Schladow S. Geoffrey Schladow, University of California, Davis; Rick Susfalk, Desert Research Institute; Alan Heyvaert, Desert Research Institute; Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada, Reno; Francisco Rueda, Universidad de Granada; Fabian Bombardelli, University of California, Davis x
001 7 Quantifying cost effectiveness of different road dust control strategies applied in the Lake Tahoe Basin 2010-09 Gillies John Gillies, Hampden Kuhns, Vicken Etyemezian, and Alan Gertler at the Desert Research Institute; Steven Cliff, UC Davis x x
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