USDA Forest Service
Pacific Southwest Research Station
Redwood Sciences Laboratory
1700 Bayview Drive
Arcata, CA 95521

WATERSHED PUBLICATIONS OF THE REDWOOD SCIENCES LABORATORY

1990 - September 30, 2002

Abe, Kazutoki, Ushio Kurokawa, and Robert R. Ziemer. 2000. Prediction method of sediment discharge from forested basin. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48): F487.

Abe, Kazutoki, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1991. Effect of tree roots on a shear zone: modeling reinforced shear stress. Canadian Journal Forest Research 21(7): 1012-1019.

Abe, Kazutoki, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1991. Effect of tree roots on shallow-seated landslides. In: Proceedings, Geomorphic Hazards in Managed Forests, XIV IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 August 1990, Montreal, Canada. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report PSW-130, Berkeley, California. 11-20.

Abe, Kazutoki, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1991. Tree roots effects on shallow landslides. Pages 315-324, in: Proceedings, Japan-U.S. Workshop on Snow Avalanche, Landslide, Debris Flow Prediction and Control. 30 Sept - 5 Oct 1991. Tsukuba, Japan. Organizing Committee of the Japan-U.S. Workshop on Snow Avalanche, Landslide, Debris Flow Prediction and Control, Tsukuba, Japan.

Albright, Jeffrey S. 1992. Storm hydrograph comparisons of subsurface pipe and stream channel discharge in a small, forested watershed in northern California. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 118 p. [Caspar Creek]

Anonymous. 1993. Caspar Creek Phase II: Discovering how watersheds respond to logging. Forestry Research West, August 1987. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Berkeley, California. (Revised December 1993).

Barber, Teri J. 1996. Hetten and Tompkins paired watershed study: turbidity and SSC from paired managed and unmanaged watersheds. Watershed Management Council Networker 6(4): 8-10.

Barber, Teri Jo. 1997. The Hetten and Tompkins creeks paired catchment study: modern U. S. Forest Service timber harvest effects on suspended sediment concentration and turbidity. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 232 p.

Benda, L., T. E. Lisle, and K. Sullivan. 1991. Geomorphology. In: Bryant, M.D. (ed.). The Copper River delta pulse study: an interdisciplinary survey of aquatic habitats. Pages 6-13, in: Gen. Tech. Rept. PNW-GTR-282. Portland, Oregon: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Bottorff, Richard L., and Allen W. Knight. 1996. The effects of clearcut logging on stream biology of the North Fork of Caspar Creek, Jackson Demonstration State Forest, Fort Bragg, CA--1986 to 1994. Unpubl. Final Rept. prepared for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Contract No. 8CA3802. May 1996. Sacramento, CA. 177 p.

Brown, David Lawrence. 1995. An analysis of transient flow in upland watersheds: interactions between structure and process. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, California. 225 p. [Caspar Creek] [3646 KB]

Brown, L. R., A. M. Brasher, B. C. Harvey, and M. Matthews. 1999. Success and failure of non-indigenous aquatic species in stream systems: Case studies from California and Hawaii. Pages 415-430, in: Renata Claudi and Joseph Leach (eds). Nonindigenous Freshwater Organisms: Vectors, Biology and Impacts. Lewis Publishers Inc., Boca Raton, Florida.

Buffington, John M., Thomas E. Lisle, Richard D. Woodsmith, and Sue Hilton. 2001. Controls on the size and occurrence of pools in coarse-grained forest rivers. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 82(47): F506.

Cafferata, Peter. 1990. Graduate theses produced from research conducted on Jackson Demonstration State Forest. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 36, January 1990. p. 4-8.

Cafferata, Peter. 1990. Temperature regimes of small streams along the Mendocino coast. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 39, October 1990. p. 1-4.

Cafferata, Peter H., and Thomas E. Spittler. 1998. Logging impacts of the 1970's vs. the 1990's in the Caspar Creek watershed. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 103-115.

Castleberry, Daniel T., Joseph J. Cech, Jr., Don C. Erman, David Hankin, Michael Healey, G. Mathias Kondolf, Marc Mangel, Michael Mohr, Peter B. Moyle, Jennifer Nielsen, Terence P. Speed, and John G. Williams. 1996. Uncertainty and instream flow standards. Fisheries 21(8): 20-21.

Chou, Y. H. 1990. An efficient data structure for surface analysis in vector-based GIS. In: GIS'90 Symposium, Vancouver, British Columbia, March 1990. pp. 417-421. (Cooperator supported by Agreement PSW-89-0001CA).

Chou, Y. H. 1992. Slope-line detection in a vector-based GIS. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 58(2): 227-233. February 1992. (Cooperator supported by Agreement PSW-89-0001CA).

Collins, Barry W. 1999. Parlin Creek large woody debris placement project. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, Volume 51, Spring/Summer 1999. p. 8-9.

Cuffe, C. Kelly, P. Goodwin, and J. L. Nielsen. 1994. Physical and biological effects of inlet closure and breaching - Russian River estuary, California. Proceedings Western Division American Fisheries Society and Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Associations, 26-30 July 1993, Sacramento California.

Cui, Y., T. E. Lisle, J. E. Pizzuto, and G. Parker. 1998. Experiments on sediment pulses in mountain rivers. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 79(45): F304.

Dahlgren, Randy A. 1998. Effects of forest harvest on biogeochemical processes in the Caspar Creek watershed. Final report to California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Agreement Number 8CA17039. December 1998. Department of Land, Air, and Water Resources, University of California, Davis, California. 153 p. [2474 KB]

Dahlgren, Randy A. 1998. Effects of forest harvest on stream-water quality and nitrogen cycling in the Caspar Creek watershed. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 45-53.

DeFalco, Anthony S. 1999. USDA Forest Service watershed analyses: A lesson in interdisciplinary natural resource management. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 81 p.

Donovan, Patrick, Rand Eads, and C. Hobart Perry. 2002. Turbidity-threshold sampling in the Freshwater watershed. Page 13, in: Humboldt Bay and Watershed Symposium, 8-9 February 2002, Eureka, California. Eureka, California: University of California, Cooperative Extension.

Duan, J., R. R. Ziemer, and G. E. Grant. 1997. Hydrologic responses of large drainage to clearcutting: a modeling perspective. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 78(46): F314. [Caspar Creek]

Dunham, Jason, Mary Peacock, C. Richard Tracy, Jennifer Nielsen, and Gary Vinyard. 1999. Extinction risk assessment: integrating genetic information. Conservation Ecology [on line] 3(1): 2.

Eads, Rand E. 1991. Controlling sediment collection with data loggers. In: Fan, Shou-Shan, and Yung-Huang Kuo, eds., Proceedings of the Fifth Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, 18-21 March 1991, Las Vegas, Nevada. Washington, DC: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; 2-41 to 2-48. [Caspar Creek]

Eads, Rand, and Jack Lewis. 2001. Turbidity threshold sampling: Methods and instrumentation. Page Poster-27, in: Proceedings of the Seventh Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, 25-29 March 2001, Reno, Nevada. Federal Interagency Project, Technical Committee of the Subcommittee on Sedimentation. [Caspar Creek] [7 KB]

Eads, Rand, and Jack Lewis. 2002. Continuous turbidity monitoring in streams of northwestern California. In: Turbidity and other sediment surrogates workshop (ed. by G.D. Glysson & J.R. Gray). 30 April - 02 May 2002, Reno, Nevada. 3 p. http://water.usgs.gov/osw/techniques/TSS/eads.pdf

Fisher, Jason C. 1997. A one-dimensional model of subsurface hillslope flow. Final Report. USDA Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Lab., Arcata, California. 64 p. [Caspar Creek]

Fisher, Jason C. 2000. Simulation of partially saturated - saturated flow in the Caspar Creek E-road groundwater system. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 107 p. [6233KB]

Goodwin, P., J. L. Nielsen, and C. K. Cuffe. 1993. The tidal inlet characteristics of a small California estuary. Hydraulic Enginering 93: 562-567.

Gucinski, Hermann, Michael J. Furniss, Robert R. Ziemer, and Martha H. Brookes (eds.). 2001. Forest roads: A synthesis of scientific information. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-509. Portland, Oregon: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. 103 p.

Hansler, Maria E. 1999. Sediment wave evolution and analysis of a one-dimensional sediment routing model, Navarro River, northwestern California. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 128 p.

Hansler, M. E., and D. G. Sutherland. 1997. Large-scale topographic mapping of a landslide induced sediment wave. Pages 502-508, in: Proceedings 1997 ACSM/ASPRS Annual Convention and Exposition, Vol. 4, Seattle, Washington.

Hansler, Maria E., Diane G. Sutherland, Susan J. Hilton, and Thomas E. Lisle. 1998. Sediment wave dispersion and the analysis of a one-dimensional bedload transport model, Navarro River, California. Geological Society of America, GSA Abstracts with Programs 30(7): A-360.

Harris, Richard, Thomas Lisle, and Robert Ziemer, compilers. 1997. Aftermath of the 1997 flood: summary of a workshop, 8-9 April 1997, McKinleyville, California. Watershed Management Council Networker 7(2): 16-22.

Harvey, B. C. 1993. Benthic assemblages in Utah headwater streams with and without trout. Canadian Journal of Zoology 71: 896-900.

Harvey, Bret C. 1998. The influence of large woody debris on retention, immigration, and growth of coastal cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki clarki) in stream pools. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55(8): 1902-1908.

Harvey, Bret C., and Thomas E. Lisle. 1998. Effects of suction dredging on streams: a review and an evaluation strategy. Fisheries 23(8): 8-17.

Harvey, Bret C., and Thomas E. Lisle. 1999. Scour of chinook salmon redds on suction dredge tailings. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19(2): 613-617.

Harvey, B. C., and C. D. Marti. 1993. The impact of dipper, Cinclus mexicanus, predation on stream benthos. Oikos 68: 431-436.

Harvey, Bret C., and Rodney J. Nakamoto. 1996. Effects of steelhead density on growth of Coho salmon in a small coastal California stream. Transactions, American Fisheries Society 125(2): 237-243.

Harvey, Bret C., and Rodney J. Nakamoto. 1997. Habitat-dependent interactions between two size-classes of juvenile steelhead in a small stream. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54(1): 27-31.

Harvey, Bret C., and Rodney J. Nakamoto. 1999. Diel and seasonal movements by adult Sacramento pikeminnow (Ptychocheilus grandis) in the Eel River, northwestern California. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 8: 209-215.

Harvey, Bret C., Rodney J. Nakamoto, and Jason L. White. 1999. The influence of large woody debris and a bankfull flood on movement of adult resident coastal cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki) during fall and winter. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56(11): 2161-2166.

Harvey, Bret C., Jason L. White, and Rodney J. Nakamoto. 2002. Habitat relationships and larval drift of native and nonindigenous fishes in neighboring tributaries of a coastal California river. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131: 159-170.

Henry, Norm. 1991. Using global positioning system technology for watershed mapping in Caspar Creek. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 43, October 1991. p. 1-6.

Henry, Norm. 1998. Overview of the Caspar Creek watershed study. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 1-9.

Henry, Norm. 1999. New growth and yield data on Caspar third growth. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, Volume 51, Spring/Summer 1999. p. 10.

Hilton, Sue, and Thomas E. Lisle. 1993. Measuring the fraction of pool volume filled with fine sediment. Research Note PSW-RN-414. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 11 pp.

Hilton, Sue, and Leslie M. Reid. 2000. Considerations in buffer strip design. Pages 8-10, in: Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference, 2-5 March 2000, Fortuna, California.

Huston, M. C., G. McVicker, and J. L. Nielsen. 1999. A functional approach to ecosystem management: implications for species diversity. Pages 45-85, in: The Ecological Stewardship Program: A common reference for Ecosystem Management (3 volumes). Elsevier Science Limited, Oxford, England.

Ikeda, H., T. E. Lisle, J. E. Pizzuto, F. Iseya, Y. Kodama, and H. Maita. 1995. Channel response to sediment wave propagation in an experimental channel. Bulletin Environmental Research Center No. 20. Tsukuba University, Tsukuba Norin Kenkyu, Ibaraki, Japan. 9 p.

Iseya, F., H. Ikeda, and T. E. Lisle. 1990. Fill-top and fill-strath terraces in a flume with decreasing sediment supply of sand-gravel mixtures. Transactions, Japanese Geomorphological Union 10(4): 323-342.

Kasai, Mio, Tomomi Marutani, Leslie M. Reid, Noel A. Trustrum. 2001. Estimation of temporally averaged sediment delivery ratio using aggradational terraces in headwater catchments of the Waipaoa River, North Island, New Zealand. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 26(1): 1-16.

Keppeler, Elizabeth T. 1998. The summer flow and water yield response to timber harvest. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 35-43.

Keppeler, Elizabeth T., and David Brown. 1998. Subsurface drainage processes and management impacts. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 25-34.

Keppeler, Elizabeth T.; Cafferata, Peter H. 1991. Hillslope hydrology research at Caspar Creek. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 41, April 1991. p. 4-8.

Keppeler, Elizabeth T., and Robert R. Ziemer. 1990. Logging effects on streamflow: water yields and summer flows at Caspar Creek in northwestern California. Water Resources Research 26(7): 1669-1679.

Keppeler, Elizabeth T., Robert R. Ziemer, and Peter H. Cafferata. 1994. Changes in soil moisture and pore pressure after harvesting a forested hillslope in northern California. Pages 205-214, in: Marston, Richard A., and Victor R. Hasfurther (eds). Proceedings, Annual Summer Symposium of the American Water Resources Association: Effects of Human-Induced Changes on Hydrologic Systems, 26-29 June 1994, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. American Water Resources Association, Bethesda, Maryland. [Caspar Creek]

Klump, J. V., W. J. Adams, R. Cardwell, A. Fairbrother, H. J. Harris, C. G. Ingersoll, M. Power, and L. M. Reid. 1999. Chapter 1, Section 1.2-1.5. Conceptual approaches to identify and assess multiple stressors. Pages 13-24, in: Foran, Jeffery A., and Susan A. Ferenc (eds). Multiple stressors in ecological risk and impact assessment: proceedings from the Pellston Workshop on Multiple Stressors in Ecological Risk and Impact Assessment, 13-18 September 1997, Pellston, Michigan. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), Pensacola, FL. 100 p.

Lau, Michael Roy. 1994. Habitat utilization, density, and growth of steelhead trout, coho salmon, and Pacific giant salamander in relation to habitat types in a small coastal redwood stream. M.S. Thesis, University of California, Davis. Davis, California. 58 p. [Caspar Creek]

Lauck, Tim, Roland Lamberson, and Thomas E. Lisle. 1993. A simulation model for the infiltration of heterogeneous sediment into a stream bed. In: Advances in Hydro-Science and Engineering, Proceedings 1993 International Conference on Hydroscience and Engineering, Washington, D.C., May, 1993. 9 p.

Lewis, Jack. 1991. An improved bedload sampler. In: Fan, S. and Y.H. Kuo, eds., Fifth Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference Proceedings, 18-21 March 1991, Las Vegas, NV. 6-1 to 6-8. [Caspar Creek]

Lewis, Jack. 1996. Turbidity-controlled suspended sediment sampling for runoff-event load estimation. Water Resources Research 32(7): 2299-2310. [Caspar Creek]

Lewis, Jack. 1997. Changes in storm peak flows after clearcut logging. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 78(46): F314. [Caspar Creek]

Lewis, Jack. 1998. Evaluating the impacts of logging activities on erosion and sediment transport in the Caspar Creek watersheds. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 55-69.

Lewis, Jack. 2000. The potential for error in sampling. Water Environment Laboratory Solutions 7(2): 10-11.

Lewis, Jack. 2002. Estimation of suspended sediment flux in streams using continuous turbidity and flow data coupled with laboratory concentrations. In: Turbidity and other sediment surrogates workshop (ed. by G.D. Glysson & J.R. Gray). 30 April - 02 May 2002, Reno, Nevada. 3 p. http://water.usgs.gov/osw/techniques/TSS/LewisTSS.pdf

Lewis, Jack. 2002. Quantifying recent erosion and sediment delivery using probability sampling: A case study. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 27(5): 559-572.

Lewis, Jack, and Jim Baldwin. 1997. Statistical package for improved analysis of hillslope monitoring data collected as part of the Board of Forestry's long-term monitoring program. Unpublished report to California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Agreement No. PSW-96-CL-032, CDF#8CA95056. May 1997. 73 p.

Lewis, Jack, and Rand Eads. 1996. Turbidity-controlled suspended sediment sampling. Watershed Management Council Newsletter 6(4): 1&4-5. [Caspar Creek]

Lewis, Jack, and Rand Eads. 1998. Automatic real-time control of suspended sediment based upon high frequency in situ measurements of nephelometric turbidity. In: Gray, John, and Larry Schmidt (Organizers). Proceedings of the Federal Interagency Workshop on Sediment Technology for the 21st Century, 17-20 February 1998, St. Petersburg, FL.

Lewis, Jack, and Rand Eads. 2001. Turbidity threshold sampling for suspended sediment load estimation. Pages III-110 - III-117, in: Proceedings of the Seventh Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, 25-29 March 2001, Reno, Nevada. Federal Interagency Project, Technical Committee of the Subcommittee on Sedimentation. [Caspar Creek] [1925 KB]

Lewis, Jack, Rand E. Eads, and Robert R. Ziemer. 2000. Research in the Caspar Creek Experimental Watersheds, Northern California. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48): F380.

Lewis, Jack, Sylvia R. Mori, Elizabeth T. Keppeler, and Robert R. Ziemer. 2001. Impacts of logging on storm peak flows, flow volumes and suspended sediment loads in Caspar Creek, California. Pages 85-125, in: Mark S. Wigmosta and Steven J. Burges (eds.) Land Use and Watersheds: Human Influence on Hydrology and Geomorphology in Urban and Forest Areas. Water Science and Application Volume 2, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.

Lewis, J., and R. M. Rice. 1990. Estimating erosion risk on forest lands using improved methods of discriminant analysis. Water Resources Research 26(8): 1721-1733.

Lewis, Jack, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1999. Review of: "Hydrologic Change Module (HCM)for PALCO lands dated August 12, 1999, posted at http://w3.gorge.net/salminen/hydro/0812meth.doc". Unpublished review dated August 20, 1999, prepared for Ed Salminen, Hydrology Team Leader. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 4 p. [35 KB]

Lisle, Thomas E. 1990. The Eel River, northwestern California; high sediment yields from a dynamic landscape. Pages 311-314, in: M.G. Wolman and H.C. Riggs (ed.), Surface Water Hydrology, v. O-1, The Geology of North America, Geological Society of America.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1995. Effects of coarse woody debris and its removal on a channel affected by the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington. Water Resources Research 31(7): 1797-1808.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1995. Particle size variations between bed load and bed material in natural gravel bed channels. Water Resources Research 31(4): 1107-1118.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1997. Understanding the role of sediment waves and channel conditions over time and space. Pages 57-67, in: Sari Sommarstrom (ed), What is watershed stability? Proceedings, Sixth Biennial Watershed Management Conference. 23-25 October 1996. Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada. University of California, Water Resources Center Report No. 92, Davis, California.

Lisle, Tom. 1999. Channel processes and watershed function. Pages 4-14, in: Taylor, Ross N. (ed.). Proceedings of a Workshop, Using Stream Geomorphic Characteristics as a Long-term Monitoring Tool to Assess Watershed Function, 18-19 March 1999, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California.

Lisle, Tom. 2000. Instream supplies of woody debris in northern California. Page 7, in: Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference, 2-5 March 2000, Fortuna, California.

Lisle, Thomas E. 2000. The fate of large sediment inputs in rivers: Implications for watershed and waterway management. AEG News 43(4): 99.

Lisle, Thomas E., and Michael Church. 2000. Sediment transport-storage functions for alluvial reservoirs. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48): F507.

Lisle, Thomas E., and Michael Church. 2001. Sediment transfer-storage relations for degrading alluvial reservoirs. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 82(47): F500.

Lisle, Thomas E., Yantao Cui, Gary Parker, James E. Pizzuto, and Annjanette M. Dodd. 2001. The dominance of dispersion in the evolution of bed material waves in gravel-bed rivers. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 26(13): 1409-1420.

Lisle, Thomas E., and Rand E. Eads. 1991. Methods to measure sedimentation of spawning gravels. Research Note PSW-411, Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 7 p.

Lisle, Tom, and Sue Hilton. 1991. Fine sediment in pools: An index of how sediment is affecting a stream channel. FHR Currents, R-5 Fish Habitat Relationship Technical Bulletin No. 6, December, 1991. 7 p.

Lisle, Thomas E., and Sue Hilton. 1992. The volume of fine sediment in pools: An index of sediment supply in gravel-bed streams. Water Resources Bulletin 28(2): 371-383.

Lisle, Thomas E., and Sue Hilton. 1999. Fine bed material in pools of natural gravel bed channels. Water Resources Research 35(4): 1291-1304.

Lisle, T. E., H. Ikeda, and F. Iseya. 1990. Response of a channel with alternate bars to a decrease in supply of mixed-size bedload: a flume experiment. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 71(43): 1344.

Lisle, Thomas E., Hiroshi Ikeda, and Fujiko Iseya. 1991. Formation of stationary alternate bars in a steep channel with mixed-size sediment: a flume experiment. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 16(5): 463-469.

Lisle, Thomas E., Fujiko Iseya, and Hiroshi Ikeda. 1993. Response of a channel with alternate bars to a decrease in supple of mixed-size bedload: A flume experiment. Water Resources Research 29(11): 3623-3629.

Lisle, Thomas E., and Jack Lewis. 1992. Effects of sediment transport on survival of salmonid embryos in a natural stream: A simulation approach. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49(11): 2337-2344.

Lisle, T. E., and M. A. Madej. 1992. Spatial variation in armouring in a channel with high sediment supply. Pages 277-293, in: P. Billi, R.D. Hey, C.R. Thorne, and P. Tacconi (ed.), Dynamics of Gravel-bed Rivers. John Wiley and Sons, London.

Lisle, Thomas E., and Michael Napolitano. 1998. Effects of recent logging on the main channel of North Fork Caspar Creek. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 81-85.

Lisle, T. E., J. M. Nelson, B. L. Barkett, J. Pitlick, and M. A. Madej. 1998. Response of bed mobility to sediment supply in natural gravel bed channels: A detailed examination and evaluation of mobility parameters. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 79(45): F304.

Lisle, T. E., J. M. Nelson, and M. A. Madej. 1997. Poor correlation between boundary shear stress and surface particle size in four natural, gravel-bed channels. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 78(46): F278.

Lisle, Thomas E., Jonathan M. Nelson, John Pitlick, Mary Ann Madej, and Brent L. Barkett. 2000. Variability of bed mobility in natural, gravel-bed channels and adjustments to sediment load at local and reach scales. Water Resources Research 36(12): 3743-3755. [1705 KB]

Lisle, Thomas E., James E. Pizzuto, Hiroshi Ikeda, Fujiko Iseya, and Yoshinori Kodama. 1997. Evolution of a sediment wave in an experimental channel. Water Resources Research 33(8): 1971-1981.

Markman, Steve G. 1990. Longitudinal variation in suspended sediment and turbidity of two undisturbed streams in northwestern California in relation to the monitoring of water quality above and below a land disturbance. M.S. thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 62 p. [1465 KB]

Marutani, Tomomi, Mio Kasai, Leslie M. Reid, and Noel A. Trustrum. 1999. Influence of storm-related sediment storage on the sediment delivery from tributary catchments in the upper Waipaoa River, New Zealand. Earth Surfaces Processes and Landforms 24(10): 881-896.

Matthews, W. J., B. C. Harvey, and M. E. Power. 1994. Spatial and temporal patterns in the fish assemblages of individual pools in a midwestern stream (U.S.A.). Environmental Biology of Fishes 39: 381-397.

McCain, M. E. 1994. Habitat utilization by the 1987 and 1988 cohorts of chinook salmon from emergence to outmigration in Hurdygurdy Creek, California. MS thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 43 p.

Millar, Constance, Amy Lind, Rowan Rowntree, Carl Skinner, Jared Verner, William Zielinski, and Robert Ziemer. 1998. Sierra Nevada Science Review. Report of the Science Review Team charged to synthesize new information of rangewide urgency to the national forests of the Sierra Nevada. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Berkeley, California. 115 p.

Mondry, Zackary J., and Susan J. Hilton. 2000 Effects of 1997 Debris floods in two Klamath Mountain streams: A Large Woody Debris Mass-Balance Approach. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48): F375.

Monroe, J., and J. L. Nielsen. 1994. Executive summary. Evolution of the aquatic ecosystem: defining unique units in population conservation. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD. 18 p.

Morken, Ingrid, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1998. Publications related to Caspar Creek. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 137-149.

Nakamoto, Rodney J. 1994. Characteristics of pools used by adult summer steelhead oversummering in the New River, California. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 123(5): 757-765.

Nakamoto, Rodney J. 1998. Effects of timber harvest on aquatic vertebrates and habitat in the North Fork Caspar Creek. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 87-95.

Nakamoto, R. J., and T. J. Hassler. 1992. Selenium and other trace elements in bluegills from agricultural return flows in the San Joaquin Valley, California. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 22: 88-98.

Napolitano, Michael Brent. 1996. Sediment transport and storage in North Fork Caspar Creek, Mendocino County, California: water years 1980-1988. M.S. thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 148 p.

Napolitano, Michael B. 1998. Persistence of historical logging impacts on channel form in mainstem North Fork Caspar Creek. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 97-101.

Neely, M. K., and R. M. Rice. 1990. Estimating risk of debris slides after timber harvest in northwestern California. Bull. Assoc. Engineering Geologists XXVII(3): 281-289.

Nielsen, J. 1990. Environment and behavior affecting growth and development of juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch). M.S. thesis, University of California, Berkeley. 148 p.

Nielsen, J. L. 1992. The role of cold-pool refugia in the freshwater fish assemblage in northern California rivers. Pages 79-88, in: Proceedings, Symposium on Biodiversity in Northwestern California, 28-30 October 1991, Santa Rosa, California. Report 29, Wildland Resources Center, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University California, Berkeley, California. Dec. 1992.

Nielsen, J. L. 1992. Microhabitat-specific foraging behavior, diet, and growth of juvenile coho salmon. Transactions American Fisheries Society 121(4): 617-634.

Nielsen, J. L. 1994. Invasive cohorts: impacts of hatchery-reared coho salmon on the trophic, developmental, and genetic ecology of wild stocks. In: Stouder, D.J.; Fresh, K.L.; Feller, R.J. (eds), Theory and application in fish feeding ecology. Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Sciences Number 18: 361-385.

Nielsen, J. L. 1994. Molecular genetics and stock identification in Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). PhD dissertation. University of California, Berkeley. 167 p.

Nielsen, J. L. 1995. Mitochondrial DNA frequency distributions in chinook salmon from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Basin and Guadalupe Creek, 1992-1994. CDFG Report No. IFGAD95-22 , California Dept. Fish and Game, Inland Fisheries Division, Redding, California. 17 p.

Nielsen, J. L. 1995. Upper Sacramento River Rainbow trout: molecular genetics and stock identification. CDFG Report No. IFG95-03, California Dept. Fish and Game, Inland Fisheries Division, Redding, California. 37 p.

Nielsen, J. L. 1995. Upper Sacramento River Rainbow Trout: Molecular Genetics and Stock Identification Using mtDNA and Microsatellites. CDFG Region 1 Cantara Technical Report FG3772-CA, 2440 Athens Ave. Redding California. 61 p.

Nielsen, Jennifer L. (ed.) 1995. Evolution and the aquatic ecosystem: defining unique units in population conservation. American Fisheries Society Symposium 17, Bethesda, Maryland. 435 p.

Nielsen, Jennifer L. 1995. Preface. Pages ix-x, in: Nielsen, Jennifer L., ed., Evolution and the aquatic ecosystem: defining unique units in population conservation. American Fisheries Society Symposium 17, Bethesda, Maryland.

Nielsen, J. L. 1995. Variation in individual life history strategies in coho salmon from northern California. Pages 40-41, in: Duncan-Vaughn, Janis, ed. Proceedings, Thirteenth Annual Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference, 23-25 Feb. 1995, Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, California.

Nielsen, J. L. 1996. Using mitochondrial and nuclear DNA to separate hatchery and wild stocks of rainbow trout. Pages 139-147, in: Donaldson, Edward M., and Don D. MacKinlay, eds. Aquaculture Biotechnology Symposium Proceedings, International Congress on the Biology of Fishes, 14-18 July 1996, San Francisco, California.

Nielsen, Jennifer L. 1996. Chapter 23. Molecular genetics and the conservation of salmonid biodiversity: Oncorhynchus at the edge of their range. Pages 383-398 in: Thomas B. Smith and Robert K. Wayne (eds). Molecular genetics approaches in conservation. Oxford University Press, New York, NY.

Nielsen, J. L. 1996. About gender. Book review of D. Pauly. 1994. On the Sex of Fish and the Gender of Scientists: a Collection of Essays in Fisheries Science. Environmental Biology of Fishes 47: 415-416.

Nielsen, Jennifer L. 1997. Genetic variation in Mokelumne River trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) using mitochondrial DNA and ten nuclear microsatellite loci. Revised Technical Report submitted 7 October 1997 to East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, California. 38 p.

Nielsen, J. L. 1997. Mitochondrial DNA and nuclear microsatellite polymorphisms in chinook salmon from the Sacramento-San Joaquin basin, 1991-1995. Technical report submitted to California Department of Fish and Game, Inland Fisheries Division, Sacramento California. Grant #FG6038IF.

Nielsen, J. L. 1997. Mitochondrial DNA and ten nuclear microsatellite loci depict population structure in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from southeast Alaska. Technical Report submitted 7/97 to NMFS Auke Bay Laboratory, Juneau AK. 32p.

Nielsen, J. L. 1997. Molecular genetic diversity and stock structure in rainbow trout from the Clavey River. Technical Report submitted 6/5/97 to California Department of Fish and Game, Wild Trout Committee, Sacramento, California and USDA FS Region 5, San Francisco, California.

Nielsen, Jennifer L. 1998. Molecular genetics and evolutionary status of the trout of the Sierra Madre. Pages 103-109, in: Proceedings, Wild Trout VI: Putting the Native Back in Wild Trout, 17-20 August 1997, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.

Nielsen, J. L. 1998. Molecular genetics and the conservation of salmonids biodiversity: Oncorhynchus at the edge of their range. Pages 234-279, in: Proceedings of the Symposium Restoring the Southern California Steelhead. M. H. Capelli (ed.). University of California Extension, Santa Barbara, California.

Nielsen, J. L. 1998. Population genetics in the conservation and management of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). In: M. Mather (ed.). Proceeding of Integrating Across Scales: Predicting Patterns of Change in Atlantic Salmon. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 55 (suppl. 1):145-152.

Nielsen, Jennifer L. 1998. Scientific sampling effects: electrofishing California's endangered fish populations. Fisheries 23(12): 6-12.

Nielsen, J. L. 1998. Threatened fishes of the world: Oncorhynchus mykiss nelsoni Evermann, 1908 (Salmonidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 51: 376.

Nielsen, J. L. 1999. The evolutionary history of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) along the U.S. Pacific coast: developing a conservation strategy using genetic diversity. ICES Journal for Marine Science 56: 449-458.

Nielsen, Jennifer L., Cindy Carpanzano, Monique C. Fountain, and Christine A. Gan. 1997. Mitochondrial DNA and nuclear microsatellite diversity in hatchery and wild Oncorhynchus mykiss from freshwater habitats in southern California. Transactions American Fisheries Society 126: 397-417.

Nielsen, J. L., K. D. Crow, and M. C. Fountain. 1996. Molecular systematics of a relic trout population: the McCloud River redband trout. CDFG Report FG5004-IF, California Department of Fish and Game, Inland Fisheries Division, Sacramento, California. 19 September 1996. 61 p.

Nielsen, J. L., K. D. Crow, and M. C. Fountain. 1999. Molecular systematics and conservation of a relic trout population: McCloud River redband trout. California Department of Fish and Game Technical Report, Inland Fisheries Division, Sacramento, California. 59 p.

Nielsen, J. L., K. D. Crow, and M. C. Fountain. 1999. Microsatellite diversity and conservation of a relic trout population: the McCloud River redband trout. Molecular Ecology 8:129-142.

Nielsen, J. L., and M. C. Fountain. 1996. Kern River basin trout stock structure: evidence using mtDNA and nuclear microsatellites. USDA Forest Service Region 5 report. 21 p.

Nielsen, Jennifer L., Monique C. Fountain, and Jonathan M. Wright. 1997. Biogeographic analysis of Pacific trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in California and Mexico based on mtDNA and nuclear microsatellites. Pages 53-73, in: T. Kocher and C. Stepien (eds). Molecular Systematics of Fishes. Academic Press, San Diego, California.

Nielsen, Jennifer L., Monique C. Fountain, Jose Campoy Favela, Kevin Cobble, and Bobby L. Jensen. 1998. Oncorhynchus at the southern extent of their range: a study of mtDNA control-region sequence with special reference to an undescribed subspecies of O. mykiss from Mexico. Environmental Biology of Fishes 51: 7-23.

Nielsen, J. L., and M. C. Fountain. 1999. Microsatellite diversity in sympatric reproductive ecotypes of Pacific steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from the Middle Fork Eel River, California. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 1999: 8: 159-168.

Nielsen, J. L., C. A. Gan, and Kelly Cuffe. 1994. Effects of habitat and population manipulation on unique genotypes of chinook and steelhead in urbanized watersheds in California. Pages 77-83, in: M.L. Keefe (ed.) Salmon ecosystem restoration: myth and reality. Proceedings, 1994 Northwest Pacific Chinook and Coho Workshop, 7-10 Nov 1994, Eugene, Oregon.

Nielsen, J. L., C. A. Gan, and W. K. Thomas. 1994. Differences in genetic diversity for mtDNA between hatchery and wild populations of Oncorhynchus. Proceedings, International Symposium on Genetics of Subarctic Fish and Shellfish, 19 May 1993, Juneau, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Fish and Aquatic Sciences (Supl. 1) 51: 290-297.

Nielsen, Jennifer L., Christina A. Gan, Jonathan M. Wright, Dianne B. Morris, and W. Kelley Thomas. 1994. Biogeographic distributions of mitochondrial and nuclear markers for southern steelhead. Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology 3(5): 281-293.

Nielsen, J. L., C. Gan, J. M. Wright, and W. K. Thomas. 1994. Phylogeographic patterns in California steelhead as determined by mtDNA and microsatellite analysis. Proceedings, 1993 CALCOFI Conference: Genetics of Organisms of the California Current. Lake Arrowhead Conference Center, 2-4 Nov. 1993. CALCOFI Report vol. 35: 90-92.

Nielsen, J. L., P. Goodwin, C. K. Cuffe, and T. Light. 1994. Russian River estuary study, 1992-1993: hydrologic, limnological, and biological aspects of an estuary management plan. Technical Report published by Department of Planning Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, California. 186 p. plus IX appendices.

Nielsen, J. L., E. L. Heine, C. A. Gan, and M. C. Fountain. 2000. Molecular analysis of population genetic structure and recolonization of rainbow trout following a fish-kill event. California Fish and Game 86(1):21-40.

Nielsen, Jennifer L., Thomas E. Lisle, and Vicki Ozaki. 1994. Thermally stratified pools and their use by steelhead in northern California streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 123: 613-626.

Nielsen, J. L., M. Maas, and G. Balding. 1991. Anadromous salmonid resources of the Mendocino coastal and inland rivers 1989-1990: an evaluation of rehabilitation efforts based on carcass recovery and spawning activity. Report No. FG9364. California Department of Fish and Game, Inland Fisheries Division, Sacramento, California 95814. 98 p.

Nielsen, Jennifer L., W. Kelley Thomas, Christina Gan, and Douglas Tupper. 1994. Intrapopulation differences found in California steelhead using direct sequence of mtDNA. Pages 63-65, in: Park, Linda K.; Paul Moran; Robin S. Waples (Editors). Application of DNA Technology to the Management of Pacific Salmon, Proceedings of the Workshop, 22-23 March 1994, Seattle, Washington. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-NWFSC-17. November 1994. Seattle, Washington.

Nielsen, J. L., D. Tupper, and W. K. Thomas. 1994. Mitochondrial DNA polymorphism in unique runs of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River basin. Conservation Biology 8(3): 882-884.

Page, M. J., and L. M. Reid. 1996. Relationship between landslide frequency and storm rainfall in Waipaoa catchment, East Coast, New Zealand (abstract). Page 28 in: Outline of Program and Abstracts, Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group 7th Meeting, James Cook University of North Queensland, Cairns, Australia, 30 September - 4 October 1996.

Page, M. J., L. M. Reid, and I. H. Lynn. 1999. Sediment production from Cyclone Bola landslides, Waipaoa catchment. Journal of Hydrology (NZ) 38(2): 289-308.

Parker, Micheal S. 1991. North Fork Caspar Creek stream biology study. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 43, October 1991. p. 7-8.

Pearce, Richard B. 1993. Caspar Creek: discovering how watersheds respond to logging. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Berkeley, California. 6 p. (Revised from August 1987 issue of Forestry Research West).

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Quinn, Thomas P., Jennifer L. Nielsen, Christina Gan, Martin J. Unwin, Richard Wilmot, Charles Guthrie, and Fred M. Utter. 1996. Origin and genetic structure of chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, transplanted from California to New Zealand: allozyme and mtDNA evidence. Fisheries Bulletin 94: 506-521.

Railsback, Steven F., and Bret C. Harvey. 2001. Individual-based model formulation for cutthroat trout, Little Jones Creek, California. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-182. 80 p.

Railsback, Steven F., and Bret C. Harvey. 2002. Analysis of habitat-selection rules using an individual-based model. Ecology 83(7): 1817-1830.

Railsback, Steve, Bret Harvey, Steve Jackson, Roland Lamberson, and Walt Duffy. 1999. California Individual-based Fish Simulation System: trout instream flow model formulation. Version 1. Tule River rainbow and brown trout model. Lang, Railsback & Assoc., Arcata, California. August 1999. 92 p.

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Railsback, Steven F., Roland H. Lamberson, Bret C. Harvey, and Walter E. Duffy. 1999. Movement rules for individual-based models of stream fish. Ecological Modelling 123(2-3): 73-89.

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Reese, Carl D., and Bret C. Harvey. 2002. Temperature-dependent interactions between juvenile steelhead and Sacramento pikeminnow in laboratory streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131: 599-606.

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Reid, L. M. 1991. Research and cumulative watershed effects. Final Report to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. 221 p.

Reid, Leslie M. 1991. So what, exactly, is a CWE? Watershed Management Council Newsletter 3(4): 1.

Reid, L. M. 1993. Research and cumulative watershed effects. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, General Technical Report GTR-141, 118 p.

Reid, Leslie M. 1994. Watershed analysis --- whatever that is. Watershed Management Council Newsletter 6(2): 1;16. Fall 1994.

Reid, Leslie M. 1994. Issues in watershed analysis. Discussions at interdisciplinary and interagency workshops held at the Humboldt Interagency Watershed Analysis Center in McKinleyville, California.

Reid, L. M. 1996. Enabling interdisciplinary analysis. Pages 624-626, in: Proceedings, Watershed '96: Moving Ahead Together, 8-12 June 1996, Baltimore, MD. Alexandra, VA: Water Environment Federation.

Reid, Leslie M. 1996. Time, space, and redwood trees. Pages 42-45, in: LeBlanc, John, ed., Conference on Coast Redwood Forest Ecology and Management, 18-20 June 1996, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California.

Reid, L. M. 1998. Calculation of average landslide frequency using climatic records. Water Resources Research 34(4): 869-877.

Reid, Leslie M. 1998. Chapter 19. Cumulative watershed effects and watershed analysis. Pages 476-501, in: Naiman, Robert J., and Robert E. Bilby, eds. River Ecology and Management: Lessons from the Pacific Coastal Ecoregion. Springer-Verlag, N.Y.

Reid, Leslie M. 1998. Cumulative watershed effects: Caspar Creek and beyond. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 117-127.

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Reid, L. M. 1999. Review of: An analysis of flooding in Elk River and Freshwater Creek watersheds, Humboldt County, California (prepared by The Pacific Lumber Company, Scotia, California). Unpublished review prepared for the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 29 p. [101 KB]

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Reid, Leslie M. 2001. The epidemiology of monitoring. Journal of American Water Resources Association 34(4): 815-820.

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Steinbuck, Elias. 2002. The influence of tree morphology on stemflow in a redwood region second-growth forest. Master's Thesis, California State University, Chico. 55 p.

Surfleet, Christopher G., and Robert R. Ziemer. 1996. Effects of forest harvesting on large organic debris in coastal streams. Pages 134-136, in: LeBlanc, John, ed., Conference on Coast Redwood Forest Ecology and Management, 18-20 June 1996, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. [Caspar Creek]

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Ziemer, R. R. 1995. Information framework: watershed analysis. Pages 191-192, in: Watershed Restoration: Principles and Practice, 125th Annual Meeting, American Fisheries Society, 27-31 August 1995, Tampa, FL.

Ziemer, R. 1996. Caspar Creek streamflow and sediment records: 1963-1995. CD-ROM, July 1996. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Arcata, California.; and California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Fort Bragg, California. 200 MB.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1997. Chapter 6. Temporal and spatial scales. Pages 80-95, in: Williams, Jack E., Christopher A. Wood, and Michael P. Dombeck (eds). Watershed Restoration: Principles and Practices. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

Ziemer, R. 1998. Caspar Creek hydrologic and climatic data: 1963-1997. CD-ROM, 545 MB. 1998 May. Arcata, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, and Fort Bragg, California: California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

Ziemer, R. 1998. Caspar Creek GIS data, 1963-1998. CD-ROM, October 1998. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Arcata, California.; and California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Fort Bragg, California. 84 MB.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1998. Flooding and stormflows. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 15-24.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1998. Monitoring watersheds and streams. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 129-134.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1998. Preface. In: Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story, 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; iii-iv.

Ziemer, Robert R., technical coordinator. 1998. Proceedings of the conference on coastal watersheds: the Caspar Creek story. 6 May 1998; Ukiah, California. General Tech. Rep. PSW GTR-168. Albany, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 149 p.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1999. Some scale considerations for watercourse restoration and rehabilitation. Pages 749-753, in: Rutherfurd, Ian, and Rebecca Bartley, eds. Second Australian Stream Management Conference proceedings: The challenge of rehabilitating Australia's streams, 8-11 February 1999, Adelaide, South Australia. Cooperative Research Centre for Catchment Hydrology, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.

Ziemer, Robert. 2000. Hydrologic effects of forest harvest in northwestern California, USA. Pages 337-338, in: Proceedings of Summary Papers, The XXI IUFRO World Congress; Forests and Society: The Role of Research, 7-12 August 2000, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, Vienna, Austria.

Ziemer, Robert R. 2000. Watershed assessment-watershed analysis: What are the limits and what must be considered. AEG News 43(4): 122.

Ziemer, Robert R. 2001. Caspar Creek. Pages 78-85, in: Marutani, Tomomi, Gary J. Brierley, Noel A. Trustrum, and Mike Page (eds). Source-to-Sink Sedimentary Cascades in Pacific Rim Geo-Systems. Matsumoto Sabo Work Office, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Nagano, Japan. 184 p. [1140 KB]

Ziemer, R. 2001. Caspar Creek hydrologic and climatic data: 1996-2000. CD-ROM, 201 MB. 2001 May. Arcata, California: Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, and Fort Bragg, California: California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

Ziemer, R. R., and P. H. Cafferata. 1991. The Caspar Creek watersheds: a case study of cumulative effects in a small coastal basin in northern California. In: Proceedings, 1991 Society of American Foresters National Convention, 4-7 August 1991, San Francisco, California. 2 p.

Ziemer, Robert R., and Richard L. Hubbard. 1991. Chapter Seven. Forestry and anadromous fish. In: Lufkin, Alan, ed., California's Salmon and Steelhead; The Struggle to Restore an Imperiled Resource. University of California Press, Berkeley, California. 88-95.

Ziemer, R. R., J. Lewis, T. E. Lisle, and R. M. Rice. 1991. Long-term sedimentation effects of different patterns of timber harvesting. In: Proceedings Symposium on Sediment and Stream Water Quality in a Changing Environment: Trends and Explanation. XX General Assembly, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, 11-24 August 1991, Vienna, Austria. International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication no. 203. Wallingford, UK. 143-150.

Ziemer, R. R., J. Lewis, R. M. Rice, and T. E. Lisle. 1991. Modeling the cumulative watershed effects of forest management strategies. Journal of Environmental Quality 20(1): 36-42.

Ziemer, Robert R., Jack Lewis, and Elizabeth T. Keppeler. 1996. Hydrologic consequences of logging second-growth redwood watersheds. Pages 131-133, in: LeBlanc, John, ed., Conference on Coast Redwood Forest Ecology and Management, 18-20 June 1996, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. [Caspar Creek]

Ziemer, Robert R., Jack Lewis, and Elizabeth T. Keppeler. 1998. Streamflow and sediment response to logging, California, USA. Pages 103-104, in: Environmental Forest Science, IUFRO Division 8 Conference Proceedings, 19-23 October 1998. International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, Kyoto, Japan. [Caspar Creek]

Ziemer, Robert R., and Thomas E. Lisle. 1993. Evaluating sediment production by activities related to forest uses--a Pacific Northwest perspective. Pages 71-74, in: Proceedings, Technical Workshop on Sediments. 3-7 February 1992. Corvallis, Oregon. USEPA and Terrene Institute, Washington D.C., September 1993.

Ziemer, Robert R., and Thomas E. Lisle. 1998. Chapter 3. Hydrology. Pages 43-68, in: Naiman, Robert J., and Robert E. Bilby, eds. River Ecology and Management: Lessons from the Pacific Coastal Ecoregion. Springer-Verlag, N.Y.

Ziemer, R. R., C. L. O'Loughlin, and L. S. Hamilton. 1990. Research Needs and Applications to Reduce Erosion and Sedimentation in Tropical Steeplands. International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication no. 192. 396 p.

Ziemer, R. R., C. L. O'Loughlin, L. S. Hamilton, N.V. Buresova, and P.J. Drysdale. 1990. Preface. Pages i-ii, in: Ziemer, R.R., C.L. O'Loughlin, & L.S. Hamilton, eds. Research Needs and Applications to Reduce Erosion and Sedimentation in Tropical Steeplands. International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication no. 192.

Ziemer, B., and M. Marosy. 1995. Workgroup T-1, the analysis process. Pages 17-22, in: Anon., Summary of Proceedings of the Watershed Analysis Conference: FY94 Federal Experience, 8-10 November 1994, Eugene, Oregon. Portland, Oregon: USDA Forest Service and USDI Bureau of Land Management.

Ziemer, Robert R., and Walter F. Megahan. 1991. Erosion and sedimentation control on roads and construction sites in the Federated States of Micronesia. Final Report to Environment and Policy Institute, East-West Center and South Pacific Region Environment Program, 8 April 1991. 49 p. [1640 KB]

Ziemer, R. R., D. G. Neary, and J. R. Sedell. 1990. Cumulative effects. In: Proceedings, National Watershed and Aquatic Habitat Workshop, 12-16 March 1990, Fort Bragg, California. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. Agric, Forest Service, Forest Environment Research: 14-18.

Ziemer, Robert R., and Leslie M. Reid. 1997. What have we learned, and what is new in watershed science? Pages 43-56, in: Sari Sommarstrom (ed). What is watershed stability? Proceedings, Sixth Biennial Watershed Management Conference. 23-25 October 1996. Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada. University of California, Water Resources Center Report No. 92, Davis, California.

Ziemer, R. R., and R. M. Rice. 1990. Tracking rainfall impulses through progressively larger drainage basins in steep forested terrain. In: Lang, H. and A. Musy, eds. Hydrology in Mountainous Regions. I - Hydrological Measurements; the Water Cycle (Proceedings of two Lausanne Symposia, August 1990). International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication no. 193. pp. 413-420. [Caspar Creek]

Ziemer, Robert R., and Douglas F. Ryan. 2000. Current status of experimental paired-watershed research in the USDA Forest Service. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48): F380.


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