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WATERSHED PUBLICATIONS OF THE REDWOOD SCIENCES LABORATORY

PUBLISHED BEFORE 1990

Abe, Kazutoki, Masaru Iwamoto, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1986. VIII-9 Tree root effect in preventing landslide on the bottom and circumference. Pages 213-216. In: Transactions, 38th Annual Meeting Kanto Japan Forestry Society, 1986. [in Japanese]

Adams, Theodore E. Jr., and Raymond M. Rice. 1989. Erosion and sedimentation concerns related to hardwood management in California. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 4(1): 31-33.

Amaranthus, Michael P., Raymond M. Rice, Nicholas R. Barr, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1985. Logging and forest roads related to increased debris slides in southwestern Oregon. Journal of Forestry 83(4): 229-233.

Anderson, Henry W., Allan J. West, Robert R. Ziemer, and Franklin R. Adams. 1963. Evaporative loss from soil, native vegetation, and snow as affected by hexadecanol. International Association of Scientific Hydrology, Committee for Evaporation, Publication No. 62. pp. 7-12.

Anonymous. 1970. Timber harvest and logging plan for the South Fork of the Caspar Creek watershed. Unpublished report, Jackson State Forest, Fort Bragg, California. 7 May 1970. 14 p.

Anonymous. 1988. Caspar Creek: how a northwestern California watershed responds to logging. Luba Productions. 20-minute video.[Available from USDA Forest Service Video Library]

Bailey, Robert G., and Raymond M. Rice. 1969. Soil slippage: An indicator of slope instability on chaparral watersheds of southern California. The Professional Geographer 21(3): 172-177.

Barnhart, Roger A. 1969. Caspar Creek ecology project, annual report, 1968-69. Unpublished report, Humboldt State College. 30 June 1969. 11 p.

Barnhart, Roger A. 1970. Caspar Creek ecology project, annual report, 1969-70. Unpublished report, Humboldt State College, Arcata, California. 9 p.

Boersma, L. L., D. Kirkham, D. Norum, R. Ziemer, J. C. Guitjens, J. Davidson, and J. N. Luthin. 1971. Soil moisture. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 52(6): IUGG279-IUGG285.

Brown, G. W., R. M. Rice, and R. B. Thomas. 1976. Water pollution control and forestry. Journal of Forestry 74(6): 342-345.

Burns, David M. 1965. A summary of the Caspar Creek watershed study. Unpublished report presented to the California State Board of Forestry, Sacramento, California, 26 February 1965. 6 p.

Burns, James W. 1970. Spawning bed sedimentation studies in northern California streams. California Fish and Game 56(4): 253-270. [Caspar Creek]

Burns, James W. 1971. The carrying capacity for juvenile salmonids in some northern California streams. California Fish and Game 57(1): 44-57. [Caspar Creek]

Burns, James W. 1972. Some effects of logging and associated road construction on northern California streams. Transactions, American Fisheries Society 101(1): 1-17. [Caspar Creek]

Cafferata, Pete. 1984. The North Fork of Caspar Creek: a cooperative venture between CDF and USFS. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 15, August 1984. p. 1-2.

Cafferata, Peter. 1987. Update on the Caspar Creek watershed study. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 27, October 1987. p. 1-4.

Cafferata, Peter, Karen Walton, and Weldon Jones. 1989. Coho salmon and steelhead trout of JDSF. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 32, January 1989. p. 1-7.

Cederholm, C. J., L. M. Reid, and E. O. Salo. 1981. Cumulative effects of logging road sediment on salmonid populations in the Clearwater River, Jefferson County, Washington. Presented to the conference Salmon-Spawning Gravel: A Renewable Resource in the Pacific Northwest? 6-7 October 1980. Seattle Washington. 35 pp.

Cederholm, C. J., and L. M. Reid. 1987. Impact of forest management on coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) populations of the Clearwater River, Washington: A project summary. Chapter Thirteen, In: Ernest O. Salo and Terrance W. Cundy (eds.), Streamside Management: Forestry and Fishery Interactions, Proceedings of a Symposium held at University of Washington, 12-14 February 1986. Contribution no. 57, Institute of Forest Resources, Seattle, Washington. pp. 373-398.

Corbett, E. S., and R. M. Rice. 1966. Soil slippage increased by brush conversion. Research Note PSW-128. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 8 p.

Datzman, Patricia A. 1978. The erosion hazard rating system of the coast forest district: how valid is it as a predictor of erosion and can a better prediction equation be developed? MS thesis, Humboldt State Univ., Arcata, California. 51 p.

Deenihan, Patrick, and Thomas E. Lisle. 1988. DEBRIS: A computer program for analyzing channel cross sections. Research Note PSW-396, Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 4 pp.

DeWitt, John W. 1965. Preliminary report of progress on the stream ecology phase of the Caspar Creek project, June to December, 1965. Unpublished report, Humboldt State College. 30 June 1965. 7 p.

DeWitt, John W. 1967. Annual report, 1966-67, stream ecology phase of the Caspar Creek project. Unpublished report, Humboldt State College. 30 June 1967. 18 p. [1091 KB]

DeWitt, John W. 1968. Caspar Creek ecology project: annual report, 1967-68. Unpublished report, Humboldt State College. 30 June 1968. 20 p.

Dietrich, William E., Thomas Dunne, Neil F. Humphrey, and Leslie M. Reid. 1982. Construction of sediment budgets for drainage basins. In: Sediment Budgets and Routing in Forested Drainage Basins: Proceedings of the Symposium; 31 May - 1 June 1982; Corvallis, Oregon. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-141. Portland, Oregon: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 1982: 5-23.

Durgin, Philip B. 1974. Discussion: Earthquake, rain and tides at Portuguese Bend landslide, California. Bull. Assoc. Engineering Geologists 11: 161-166.

Durgin, Philip B. 1977. Landslides and the weathering of granitic rocks. In: Landslides, Geological Society of America, Reviews in Engineering Geology 3: 127-131.

Durgin, P. B. 1978. Stereogram--useful tool in engineering geology. U.S. Dept. Agric., Forest Service, Engineering Tech. Report ETR-7100-6, Washington D.C. 6 pp.

Durgin, Philip B. 1980. Organic matter content of soil after logging of fir and redwood forests. Research Note PSW-346. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 4 p.

Durgin, Philip B. 1983. The influence of forest leachates on erosion of granitic terrane. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Idaho, Moscow. 99 pp.

Durgin, Philip. 1984. Subsurface drainage erodes forested granitic terrane. Physical Geography 4(1): 24-39.

Durgin, Philip B. 1985. Burning changes the erodibility of forest soils. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 40(3): 299-301.

Durgin, Philip B., and Jesse G. Chaney. 1984. Dispersion of kaolinite by dissolved organic matter from Douglas-fir roots. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 64(3): 445-455.

Durgin, P. B., R. R. Johnston, and A. M. Parsons. 1989. CSES: Critical sites erosion study. Vol. I - Causes of erosion on private timberlands in northern California: observations of the interdisciplinary team. California Dept. Forestry and Fire Protection. 50 p.

Durgin, Philip B., and Philip J. Vogelsang. 1984. Dispersion of kaolinite by water extracts of Douglas-fir ash. Can. J. Soil Sci. 64(3): 439-443.

Eads, Rand E., and Mark R. Boolootian. 1985. Controlling suspended sediment samplers by programmable calculator and interface circuitry. Research Note PSW-376. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 8 p. [Caspar Creek]

Eads, Rand E., Mark R. Boolootian, and Steven C. Hankin, inventors; United States of America, assignee. 1987. Means and method of sampling flow related variables from a waterway in an accurate manner using a programmable calculator. U.S. Patent 4,660,422. 28 April 1987. 9 p. Int. Cl. G01N 1/44. [Caspar Creek]

Eads, Rand E., and Robert B. Thomas. 1983. Evaluation of a depth proportional intake device for automatic pumping samplers. Water Resources Bulletin 19(2): 289-292. [Caspar Creek]

Foggin, III, G. T., and R. M. Rice. 1979. Predicting slope stability from aerial photos. J. Forestry 77(3): 152-155.

Florsheim, J. L. 1985. Fluvial requirements for gravel bar formation in northwestern California. MS thesis, Humboldt State Univ., Arcata, California. 105 p.

Furbish, David Jon. 1981. Debris slides related to logging of streamside hillslopes in northwestern California. MS thesis, Humboldt State Univ., Arcata, California. 65 p.

Furbish, David J., and Raymond M. Rice. 1983. Predicting landslides related to clearcut logging, northwestern California, U.S.A. Mountain Research and Development 3(3): 253-259.

Gagne, Raoul W. 1975. The erosion hazard rating system of the coast forest district. MS thesis, Humboldt State Univ., Arcata, California. 59 p.

Goldberg, Irving, Norman A. MacGillivray, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1967. Effects of neutron source type on soil moisture measurement. Pages 20-21, in: Transactions, American Nuclear Society, Thirteeenth Annual Meeting, 11-15 June 1967, San Diego, California; including 14-page paper presented at meeting.

Graves, David S., and James W. Burns. 1970. Comparison of the yields of downstream migrant salmonids before and after logging and road construction on the South Fork Caspar Creek, Mendocino County. California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California. Inland Fisheries Admin. Rept. 70-3. 11 p.

Halemeier, David E. 1983. Rapid calibration of two small streams in northern California to detect effects of logging and road reconstruction. MS thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 66 p.

Hardison, Karen D. 1982. Effects of timber harvesting on the lag time of a Caspar Creek watershed...a study in progress. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 8, September 1982. p 1-3.

Henry, Norm, and Karen Sendek. 1985. Caspar Creek Watershed Study--North Fork Phase, Jackson Demonstration State Forest, Status and Plans, 1983-1990. California Forestry Note No. 96. Sacramento, California: California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. 9 p.

Hess, Lloyd J. 1969. The effects of logging road construction on insect drop into a small coastal stream. MS Thesis, Humboldt State College, Arcata, California. 58 p. [Caspar Creek]

Hill, Barry. 1987. Snowmelt-generated runoff processes affecting wet-meadow gully erosion, northwest Nevada. MS thesis, Humboldt State Univ., Arcata, California. 90 p.

Hilton, Susan J. 1989. The effects of slash burning on blueblossom (Ceanothus thrysiflorus Esch.) seedling establishment in small clearcuts. MS thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 39 p.

Holcomb, George J., and Philip B. Durgin. 1979. Ash leachate can reduce surface erosion. Research Note PSW-342. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 4 p.

Hopkins, Walt; Bowden, Kenneth L. 1962. First progress report, 1961-1962, cooperative watershed management in the lower conifer zone of California. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 10 p.

Iseya, F., H. Ikeda, and T. E. Lisle. 1989. Buffer effect by the sediment sorting to form stationary gravel bars in mixed bed flume. Proceedings, 2nd International Conference of Geomorphology, Frankfurt/Main, 3-9 September 1989. p.144.

Iseya, F., H. Ikeda, and T. E. Lisle. 1989. Fill-top and fill-strath terraces in a mixture-bed flume. Proceedings, 2nd International Conference of Geomorphology, Frankfurt/Main, 3-9 September 1989. p. 143.

Johnson, D. W., and K. W. Gasser. 1987. Potential effects of forest land use on emigration of steelhead trout (Salmo gairdneri) and hydromineral balance relationships: Advances in Aquatic Biology and Fisheries, Prof. N. Balakrishnan Nair Felicitation Volume, pp. 39-49.

Kabel, C. S., and E. R. German. 1967. Caspar Creek study completion report. Marine Resources Branch Administrative Report No. 67-4. Sacramento, California: The Resources Agency of California Department of Fish and Game. 27 p.

Keller, E. A., and T. Tally. 1979. Effects of large organic debris on channel form and fluvial processes in the coastal redwood environment. In: Adjustments of the Fluvial System, D. D. Rhodes, and G. P. Williams, ed., Tenth Annual Geomorphology Symposia Series, 21-22 September 1979, Binghamton, N.Y. 169-198.

Keller, E. A., A. MacDonald, and T. Tally. 1981. Streams in the coastal redwood environment: the role of large organic debris. In: Proceedings, Symposium on Watershed Rehabilitation in Redwood National Park and Other Pacific Coastal Areas; 25-28 August 1981; Arcata, California. Sacramento, California: Center for Natural Resources Studies of JMI, Inc.; 1981: 161-176.

Kelsey, H. M., T. E. Lisle, and M. E. Savina, co-convenors. 1985. Savina, M. E. (ed.). American Geomorphological Field Group Field Trip Guidebook, 1985 Conference, Northwestern California, June 19-22.

Keppeler, Elizabeth T. 1986. The effects of selective logging on low flows and water yield in a coastal stream in northern California. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 137 p. [Caspar Creek]

Kojan, E. 1967. Mechanics and rates of natural soil creep. In: Proceedings, 5th Annual Eng. Geology and Soils Eng. Symp., Pocotello, Idaho. 233-253.

Kojan, Eugene, G. T. Foggin, III, and Raymond M. Rice. 1972. Predictions and analysis of debris slide incidence by photogrammetry, Santa Ynez-San Rafael Mountains, California. Proc. 24th International Geological Congress, Montreal, Canada. August 1972. Section 13: 124-131.

Kolipinski, Milton, Ed Helley, Luna Leopold, Steve Viers, Gerard Witucki, and Robert Ziemer. 1975. Status of natural resources in Redwood Creek basin, Redwood National Park. A report to the Director of the National Park Service from a Scientific Evaluation Team. 10 December 1975. 9 p.

Kopperdahl, Fredric R., James W. Burns, and Gary E. Smith. 1971. Water quality of some logged and unlogged California streams. Inland Fisheries Administrative Rept. No. 71-12. California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California. 19 p. [Caspar Creek]

Krammes, J. S., and David M. Burns. 1973. Road construction on Caspar Creek watersheds -- 10-year report on impact. Research Paper PSW-93. Berkeley, CA: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service; 10 p.

Lehre, A. K., T. E. Lisle, and P. Dunwiddie. 1982. Shoreline erosion induced by small dams, Sublette Co., Wyoming. In: L. B. Leopold and W. E. Emmett (ed.), American Geomorphological Field Group Guide Book; 4-6 September 1982; Pinedale, Wyoming. Denver, Colorado: American Geomorphological Field Group; pp. 121-128.

Lewis, J., and R. M. Rice. 1989. CSES: Critical sites erosion study. Vol. II - Site conditions related to erosion on private timberlands in northern California: final report. California Dept. Forestry and Fire Protection. 95 p.

Lisle, Thomas. 1979. A sorting mechanism for a riffle-pool sequence. Geological Society of America Bulletin, Vol. 90. Part II, p. 1142-1157.

Lisle, T. E. 1979. The Caspar Creek Experimental Watershed. In: A Field Trip to Observe Natural and Management-related Erosion in Franciscan Terrane of Northern California, the Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America, 9-11 April 1979. p. XIV 1-8.

Lisle, T. E. 1981. Channel recovery from recent large floods in north coastal California: rates and processes. Pages 153-160, in: R. N. Coates (ed.), Proceedings, Symposium on Watershed Rehabilitation in Redwood National Park and Other Pacific Coastal Areas; 25-28 August 1981; Arcata, California. Sacramento, California: Center for Natural Resources Studies of JMI, Inc.

Lisle, T. E. 1981. Recovery of aggraded stream channels at gauging stations in northern California and southern Oregon. In: Timothy R. H. Davies and Andrew J. Pearce (eds.), Erosion and Sediment Transport in Pacific Rim Steeplands, Proceedings of the Christchurch Symposium, 25-31 January 1981, Christchurch, New Zealand. Int. Assn. Hydrol. Sci. Pub. No. 132: 189-211.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1982. Effects of aggradation and degradation on riffle-pool morphology in natural gravel channels, northwestern California. Water Resources Research 18(6): 1643-1651.

Lisle, T. E. 1982. The recovery of stream channels in north coastal California from recent large floods. In: K. A. Hashagen (ed.), Habitat Disturbance and Recovery: Proceedings of a Symposium; 29 January 1981, San Luis Obispo, California. San Francisco, California: California Trout, Inc.; pp. 931-941.

Lisle, T. E. 1982. Variations of hydraulic friction and roughness in a pool, riffle, and two bends of the East Fork River during a period of high runoff. In: L. B. Leopold and W. E. Emmett (ed.), American Geomorphological Field Group Guide Book; 4-6 September 1982; Pinedale, Wyoming. Denver, Colorado: American Geomorphological Field Group; pp. 69-76.

Lisle, T. E. 1983. Roughness elements: A key resource to improve anadromous fish habitat. In:T. J. Hassler (ed.), Proceedings: Propagation, Enhancement, and Rehabilitation of Anadromous Salmonid Populations and Habitat in the Pacific Northwest Symposium; 15-17 October 1981, Arcata, California. California Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, Humboldt State University; pp. 93-98.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1983. The role of structure in the physical habitat of anadromous salmonids. In: C. Toole, B. Wyatt, S. Sommarstrom, and K. Hashagen (eds.), Report of the First California Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Conference, Bodega Bay, 22-23 January 1983. California Sea Grant College Program; pp. 43-46.

Lisle, T. E. 1984. Occurrence of high sediment concentrations with high in-channel supply of sediment. In: D. L. Schreiber (ed.), Water for Resources Development, Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers Hydraulics Division Speciality Conference, Couer d' Alene, Idaho, 14-17 August 1984. American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 123-127.

Lisle, T. E. 1985. Jacoby Creek: Influence of non-alluvial boundaries on channel form and process. In: M. E. Savina (ed.), Redwood Country: American Geomorphological Field Group Field Trip Guidebook, 1985 Conference, Northwestern California, p. 95-103.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1986. Effects of woody debris on anadromous salmonid habitat, Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 6: 538-550.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1986. Stabilization of a gravel channel by large streamside obstructions and bedrock bends, Jacoby Creek, northwestern California. Geological Society of America Bulletin 97: 999-1011.

Lisle, T. E. 1987. Discussion of 'Sediment transport in step-pool streams' by J. G. Whittaker. In: C. R. Thorne, J. C. Bathurst, and R. D. Hey (ed.), Sediment Transport in Gravel-Bed Rivers, Proc. Pingree Park Workshop, 12-17 August 1985, J. Wiley and Sons, Chichester, UK. p. 575.

Lisle, T. E. 1987. Overview: Channel morphology and sediment transport in steepland streams. In: R. Beschta, T. Blinn, G. E. Grant, F. J. Swanson, and G. G. Ice (ed.), Erosion and Sedimentation in the Pacific Rim (Proceedings of the Corvallis Symposium, August 1987). International Association of Hydrological Sciences Pub. No. 165, p. 287-297.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1987. Using "residual depths" to monitor pool depths independently of discharge. Research Note PSW-394, Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 4 pp.

Lisle, Thomas E. 1989. Channel-dynamic control on the establishment of riparian trees after large floods in northwestern California. In: D. L. Abell (ed.) Proceedings of the California Riparian Systems Conference: 22-24 September 1988, Davis, California. General Technical Report PSW-110. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. p. 9-13.

Lisle, T. E. 1989. Sediment transport and resulting deposition in spawning gravels, north coastal California. Water Resources Research 25(6): 1303-1319. [Caspar Creek]

Lisle, T. E., A. K. Lehre, H. A. Martinson, D. F. Meyer, K. M. Nolan, and R. D. Smith. 1983. Stream channel adjustments after the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruptions. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Erosion Control in Volcanic Areas. Seattle and Vancouver, Washington, 6-9 July 1982. Tech. Memorandum PWRI No. 1908, Tokyo, Japan: Ministry of Construction, Sabo Division. pp. 33-72.

Lisle, T. E., and K. Overton. 1988. Utilizing channel information to reduce risk in developing habitat restoration projects. In: Stream Rehabilitation Manual, Oregon Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Ashland, Oregon, 18 pp.

MacDonald, A., E. A. Keller, and T. Tally. 1982. The role of large organic debris on stream channels draining redwood forests, northwestern California. In: D. R. Harden, D. C. Marron, and A. MacDonald (convenors), Late Cenozoic History and Forest Geomorphology of Humboldt County, California: Friends of the Pleistocene 1982 Pacific Cell Field Trip; 5-8 August 1982; Humboldt County, California. San Francisco: Friends of the Pleistocene; 1982: 226-245.

McCashion, John D., and Raymond M. Rice. 1983. Erosion on logging roads in northwestern California: How much is avoidable? Journal of Forestry 81(1): 23-26.

Napolitano, Michael; Jackson, Francis; Cafferata, Peter. 1989. A history of logging in the Caspar Creek basin. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 33, April 1989. p. 4-7.

Neely, M. K., and R. M. Rice. 1986. Predicting debris slides on logged hillslopes. Proc. AEG Annual Meeting. p. 59.

Nolan, K. M., T. E. Lisle, and H. M. Kelsey. 1987. Bankfull discharge and sediment transport in northwestern California. In: R. Beschta, T. Blinn, G. E. Grant, F. J. Swanson, and G. G. Ice (ed.), Erosion and Sedimentation in the Pacific Rim (Proceedings of the Corvallis Symposium, August 1987). International Association of Hydrological Sciences Pub. No. 165, p. 439-449.

O'Connor, Matthew D., and Robert R. Ziemer. 1989. Coarse woody debris ecology in a second-growth Sequoia sempervirens forest stream. Proceedings of the California Riparian Systems Conference: 22-24 September, 1988, Davis, California: protection, management, and restoration for the 1990's. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station: p. 165-171. (General Technical Report PSW-110). [Caspar Creek]

O'Loughlin, C., and R. R. Ziemer. 1982. The importance of root strength and deterioration rates upon edaphic stability in steepland forests. Proceedings of I.U.F.R.O. Workshop P.1.07-00 Ecology of Subalpine Ecosystems as a Key to Management. 2-3 August 1982, Corvallis, Oregon. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. pp. 70-78.

Pillsbury, Norman H. 1976. A system for landslide evaluation on igneous terrane. Ph.D. dissertation, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado. 109 pp.

Reid, Leslie M. 1982. Evaluating and mapping sources and temporary storage areas of sediment. In: Sediment Budgets and Routing in Forested Drainage Basins: Proceedings of the Symposium; 31 May - 1 June 1982; Corvallis, Oregon. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-141. Portland, Oregon: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 1982: 138-142.

Reid, Leslie M. 1982. The Use of Flow Charts in Sediment Routing Analysis. In: Sediment Budgets and Routing in Forested Drainage Basins: Proceedings of the Symposium; 31 May - 1 June 1982; Corvallis, Oregon. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-141. Portland, Oregon: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 1982: 154-156.

Reid, Leslie M. 1988. The distribution of hillslope-channel interactions in a rangeland watershed. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 69(44): 1225.

Reid, L. M. 1988. Form and process in developing channels. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 69(16): 346.

Reid, L. M. 1989. Channel incision by surface runoff in grassland catchments. University of Washington. Ph.D. Dissertation. 135 p.

Reid, L. M., and R. R. Ziemer. 1989. Cumulative watershed effects: a research perspective. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 70(43): 1120-1121.

Rice, Raymond M. 1974. The hydrology of chaparral watersheds. Proc. Symp. on Living with the Chaparral, Riverside, California. March 1973. 27-34.

Rice, Raymond M. 1977. Forest management to minimize landslide risk. In: Guidelines for Watershed Management, FAO Conservation Guide, Rome, Italy, 1977. 271-287. [1203 KB]

Rice, Raymond M. 1978. The effects of forest management on erosion and sedimentation due to landslides. Special Paper, In: Proc. 8th World Forestry Congress, Jakarta, Indonesia, 1978. (Distributed at the Congress in August 1978.) 14 pp.

Rice, Raymond M. 1979. Sources of erosion during timber harvest. Proc. Forest Soils Field School, Shaver Lake, California, June 1975. 59-68.

Rice, Raymond M. 1981. A perspective on the cumulative effects of logging on streamflow and sedimentation. Proc. Edgewood Conf. on Cumulative Effects of Forest Management on California Watersheds. University of California, Berkeley, California, May 1980. Div. of Agric. Sci.; Univ. of California. Special Pub.; 3268(3): 36-46.

Rice, R. M. 1981. Reviews of Theme 3: Human impact on erosion and sediment yield in steeplands. International Symposium on Erosion and Sediment Transport in Pacific Rim Steeplands, 25-31 January 1981, Christchurch, New Zealand. Jour. Hydrology (NZ) 20(1): 104-106.

Rice, R. M. 1981. Common and uncommon sense about erosional processes in mountain lands. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 62(45): 855.

Rice, Raymond M. 1982. Sedimentation in the chaparral: how do you handle unusual events? In: Sediment Budgets and Routing in Forested Drainage Basins: Proceedings of the Symposium; 31 May - 1 June 1982; Corvallis, Oregon. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-141. Portland, Oregon: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 1982: 39-49.

Rice, R. M. 1985. A method of identifying landslide hazard. In: Abstracts to Presentations at the 1985 West Coast Regional Meeting of the National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement. pp. C-1 to C-5.

Rice, R. M. 1985. Social, technological, and research responses to potential erosion and sediment disasters in the western United States, with examples from California. Proc. Internat. Symp. on Erosion, Debris Flow and Disaster Prevention, Tsukuba, Japan. 3-5 September 1985. pp. 1-10.

Rice, R. M. 1986. Social, technological, and research responses to potential erosion and sediment disasters in the western United States, with examples from California. Shin Sabo. 36(3): 3-10.

Rice, R. M. 1986. Using landslide risk analysis to protect fish habitat. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 67(44): 951.

Rice, R. M. 1987. Cumulative impacts: current research and current opinions at PSW. Proc. Impact '87, Annual Convention of California Licensed Foresters Association. Pioneer, California. 6-7 March 1987. pp. 1-12. [Caspar Creek]

Rice, Raymond M., and Neil H. Berg. 1987. Summary and synthesis: Cumulative impacts. In: R. Z. Callaham and J. J. DeVries (Tech. Coord.), Proceedings of the California Watershed Management Conference, 18-20 November 1986, West Sacramento, California. Wildland Resources Center, University of California, Berkeley, California. Report No. 11. February 1987. pp. 150-152.

Rice, Raymond M., Edward S. Corbett, and Robert G. Bailey. 1969. Soil slips related to vegetation, topography, and soil in southern California. Water Resources Research 5(3): 647-659.

Rice, R. M., and P. A. Datzman. 1981. Erosion associated with cable and tractor logging in northwestern California. In: Timothy R. H. Davies and Andrew J. Pearce (eds.), Erosion and Sediment Transport in Pacific Rim Steeplands, Proceedings of the Christchurch Symposium, 25-31 January 1981, Christchurch, New Zealand. Int. Assn. Hydrol. Sci. Pub. No. 132: 362-374.

Rice, R. M., and G. T. Foggin, III. 1971. Effect of high intensity storms on soil slippage on mountainous watersheds in southern California. Water Resources Research 7(6): 1485-1496.

Rice, R. M., and D. J. Furbish. 1981. Erosion and soil displacement related to timber harvesting in northwestern California, U.S.A. Presented and distributed at XVII International Union of Forestry Research Organizations World Congress, 6-17 September 1981, Kyoto, Japan. 10 p.

Rice, R. M., and D. J. Furbish. 1984. Erosion and soil displacement related to timber harvesting in northwestern California, U.S.A. Mitteilungen der Forstlichen Bundesversuchsanstalt Wein. 153: 99-109.

Rice, R. M., and P. D. Gradek. 1984. The limits on the usefulness of erosion hazard ratings. Can. J. For. Research 14: 559-564.

Rice, R. M., and J. S. Krammes. 1971. Mass-wasting processes in watershed management. Proc. Symp. on Interdisciplinary Aspects of Watershed Management, Bozeman, Montana, 1970. 231-253.

Rice, R. M., and J. Lewis. 1986. Identifying unstable sites on logging roads. Proceedings Division 1. 18th IUFRO World Congress. vol. 1. International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, Vienna, Austria. 239-249.

Rice, R. M., and J. Lewis. 1988. Potential streamflow changes from forest decline due to air pollution. In: Proc. INTERPRAEVENT 1988, International Congress on Protection of Habitat from Floods, Debris Flows and Avalanches; 4-8 July 1988; Graz, Austria. Villach, Austria; 1: 51-65.

Rice, R. M., J. Lewis, T. E. Lisle, and R. R. Ziemer. 1989. The cumulative watershed effects of forest management strategies. Agronomy Abstracts 1989: 310.

Rice, R. M., and J. D. McCashion. 1985. Site conditions related to erosion on logging roads. Proceedings International Symposium on Erosion, Debris Flow and Disaster Prevention, Tsukuba, Japan, 3-5 September 1985. Tsukuba, Japan: Erosion Control Engineering Society. pp. 69-74.

Rice, Raymond M., and Norman H. Pillsbury. 1982. Predicting landslides in clearcut patches. In: Recent Developments in the Explanation and Prediction of Erosion and Sediment Yield: Proceedings of the Exeter Symposium; 19-30 July 1982; Exeter, UK. International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication No. 137. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: International Association of Hydrological Sciences; 1982: 303-311.

Rice, Raymond M., Norman H. Pillsbury, and Kurt W. Schmidt. 1985. A risk analysis approach for using discriminant functions to manage logging-related landslides on granitic terrain. Forest Science 31(3): 772-784.

Rice, R. M., J. S. Rothacher, and W. F. Megahan. 1972. Erosional consequences of timber harvesting: An appraisal. Proceedings National Symposium on Watersheds in Transition. American Water Resources Association, Ft. Collins, Colorado, June 1972. pp. 321-329.

Rice, R. M., and S. A. Sherbin. 1977. Estimating sedimentation from an erosion-hazard rating. USDA Forest Service Research Note PSW-323. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 4 p. [Caspar Creek]

Rice, R. M., R. B. Thomas, and D. J. Furbish. 1984. Social influences on innovation an the avoidance of logging-related landslides. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on the Effects of Forest Land Use on Erosion and Slope Stability, 7-11 May 1984, Honolulu, Hawaii. pp. 131-138.

Rice, R. M., and R. B. Thomas. 1985. Cumulative effects of forest management activities: how might they occur? EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 66(46): 900.

Rice, R. M., and R. B. Thomas. 1986. Cumulative effects of forest management activities: how might they occur? In: Papers presented at the American Geophysical Union Meeting on Cumulative Effects, Tech. Bull. No. 490, Natl. Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement. pp. 1-11.

Rice, Raymond M., Forest B. Tilley, and Patricia A. Datzman. 1979. A watershed's response to logging and roads: South Fork of Caspar Creek, California, 1967-1976. USDA Forest Service Research Paper PSW-146. Berkeley, California: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 12 p.

Rice, R. M., R. R. Ziemer, and S. C. Hankin. 1982. Slope stability effects of fuel management strategies -- inferences from Monte Carlo simulations. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Dynamics and Management of Mediterranean-type Ecosystems. 22-26 June 1981, San Diego, California. USDA-Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-58, Berkeley, California. pp. 365-371.

Rice, R. M., R. R. Ziemer, J. Lewis, and T. E. Lisle. 1989. Studies of two cumulative effects riddles. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 70(43): 1122.

Sendek, Karen Hardison. 1985. Effects of timber harvesting on the lag time of Caspar Creek watershed. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 46 p.

Shewbridge, Scott Edward. 1987. The influence of reinforcement properties on the strength and deformation characteristics of a reinforced sand. Berkeley, California: University of California. 178 p. Ph.D. dissertation.

Shewbridge, Scott, and Nicholas Sitar. 1986. The influence of fiber properties on the deformation characteristics of fiber-soil composites. Report UXCB/GT/85-02. Berkeley: Department of Civil Engineering, University of California. 100 p.

Sullivan, Kathleen, Thomas E. Lisle, C. Andrew Dolloff, Gordon E. Grant, and Leslie M. Reid. 1987. Stream channels: The link between forests and fishes. Chapter Three, In: Ernest O. Salo and Terrance W. Cundy (eds.), Streamside Management: Forestry and Fishery Interactions, Proceedings of a Symposium held at University of Washington, 12-14 February 1986. Contribution no. 57, Institute of Forest Resources, Seattle, Washington. pp. 39-97.

Swanson, Frederick J., Lee E. Benda, Stanley H. Duncan, Gordon E. Grant, Walter F. Megahan, Leslie M. Reid, and Robert R. Ziemer. 1987. Mass failures and other processes of sediment production in Pacific northwest forest landscapes. Chapter Two, In: Ernest O. Salo and Terrance W. Cundy (eds.), Streamside Management: Forestry and Fishery Interactions, Proceedings of a Symposium held at University of Washington, 12-14 February 1986. Contribution no. 57, Institute of Forest Resources, Seattle, Washington. pp. 9-38.

Swanston, D. N., R. R. Ziemer, and R. J. Janda. 1983. Influence of climate on progressive hillslope failure in Redwood Creek Valley, northwest California. USDI Geological Survey Open File-Report 83-259. Menlo Park, California. 49 pp.

Thomas, R. B. 1974. A model of statistical errors in estimating streamflow from continuous-stage records. Proceedings Symposium on Statistical Hydrology, 31 August - 2 September 1971, Tucson, Arizona. USDA Agricultural Research Service, Miscellaneous Publication No. 1275. Washington, DC. pp. 84-96.

Thomas, R. B. 1983. Errors in estimating suspended sediment. In: R. Li and P. F. Lagasse (eds.), Proceedings D.B. Simons Symposium on erosion and sedimentation, 27-29 July 1983, Fort Collins, Colorado. 1.162-1.177.

Thomas, R. B. 1984. SALT - a better way of estimating suspended sediment. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 65(45): 876

Thomas, R. B. 1985. "Artificial intelligence" at streamgaging stations. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 66(46): 912. [Caspar Creek]

Thomas, Robert B. 1985. Estimating total suspended sediment yield with probability sampling. Water Resources Research 21(9): 1381-1388. [Caspar Creek]

Thomas, Robert B. 1985. Measuring suspended sediment in small mountain streams. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Station, General Technical Report PSW-83, Berkeley, California. 9 p. [Caspar Creek]

Thomas, Robert B. 1986. Calibrating SALT: a sampling scheme to improve estimates of suspended sediment yield. In: Monitoring to detect changes in water quality series, proceedings of the Budapest Symposium, July 1986, Budapest, Hungary: International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication no. 157. pp. 79-88.

Thomas, Robert B. 1988. Measuring sediment yields of storms using PSALT. In: Bordas, M.P.; Walling, D.E., eds. Sediment budgets, proceedings of the Porto Alegre Symposium; 11-15 December 1988; Brazil. International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication No. 174. Wallingford, UK; 101-109. [Caspar Creek]

Thomas, Robert B. 1988. Monitoring baseline suspended sediment in forested basins: the effects of sampling on suspended sediment rating curves. Hydrological Sciences Journal 33(5): 499-514.

Thomas, R. B. 1989. Constituent loads in small streams: the process and problems of estimating sediment flux. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 70(43): 1105-1106

Thomas, Robert B. 1989. Piecewise SALT sampling for estimating suspended sediment yields. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report PSW-114, Berkeley, California. 11 p. [Caspar Creek]

Thomas, Robert B., and Rand E. Eads. 1983. Contamination of successive samples in portable pumping systems. Water Resources Research 19(2): 436-440.

Tilley, Forest B. 1981. Caspar Creek, what have we learned, what can we learn from this project? Pages 313-321, in: Robert N. Coats (ed). Proceedings of the Symposium on Watershed Rehabilitation in Redwood National Park and Other Pacific Coastal Areas, 24-28 August 1981, Arcata, California. Center for Natural Resource Studies of JMI, Inc. and National Park Service. [66 KB]

Tilley, F. B., and R. M. Rice. 1977. Caspar Creek watershed study--a current status report. State Forest Notes No. 66. Sacramento, California: State of California, Department of Forestry; 15 p.

Tominaga, Masaki, and Rand E. Eads. 1987. Effect of interruption of rain in infiltration as the cause of ground failure. In: 5th International Field Conference and Field Workshop on Landslides.

Williams, O. R., R. B. Thomas, and R. L. Daddow. 1988. Methods for collection and analysis of fluvial-sediment data. USDA Forest Service, Watershed systems Development Group, Technical Paper 00012.

Wood, Marcia. 1978. Managing forests on unstable lands. In: Forestry Research: What's New in the West. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Fort Collins, Colorado. pp. 1-5.

Wosika, Edward Pearson. 1981. Hydrologic properties of one major and two minor soil series of the Coast Ranges of northern California. Unpublished M.S. thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 150 p. [Caspar Creek]

Wright, Kenneth A. 1985. Changes in storm hydrographs after roadbuilding and selective logging on a coastal watershed in northern California. M.S. thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. 55 p. [Caspar Creek]

Ziemer, Robert R. 1958. Logging upon forested areas of high recreational value. In: Proceedings of the 49th Western Forestry Conference, Western Forestry and Conservation Association, 10-12 December 1958, San Francisco, California. pp. 39-42.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1963. Summer evapotranspiration trends as related to time following logging of high elevation forest stands in Sierra Nevada. M.S. thesis, University of California, Berkeley, California. 79 pages.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1964. Summer evapotranspiration trends as related to time after logging of forests in Sierra Nevada. Journal of Geophysical Research 69(4): 615-620.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1968. Soil moisture depletion patterns around scattered trees. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Research Note PSW-166, Berkeley, California. 13 p.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1971. Translocation of 14-C in ponderosa pine seedlings. Canadian Journal of Botany 49(1): 167-171.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1973. In search of Drosera anglica. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 2(4): 70-71.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1973. Some field observations of Darlingtonia and Pinguicula. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 2(2): 25-27.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1977. Measurement of soil creep by inclinometer. U.S. Dept. Agric., Forest Service, Engineering Technical Report ETR-7100-4, Washington, D.C. 10 pp.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1978. An apparatus to measure the crosscut shearing strength of roots. Can. J. For. Research 8(1): 142-144.

Ziemer, Robert Ruhl. 1978. Logging effects on soil moisture losses. Ph.D. dissertation, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado. 132 pp.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1978. Soil moisture and groundwater recharge under a mixed conifer forest. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 59(4): 275.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1979. Evaporation and transpiration. Reviews of Geophysics and Space Physics 17(6): 1175-1186.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1979. Some personal observations on cultivating the Heliamphora. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 8(3): 90-92.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1980. Drosera regia. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 9(1): 15.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1980. Rooting strength and slope failures. NCASI Special Report -- Extended Abstracts to Presentations at the 1979 NCASI West Coast Regional Meeting. National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, New York, N.Y. 39-44.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1981. Keynote address, Theme 4, Management of steepland erosion: an overview. Journal Hydrology (N.Z.) 20(1): 8-16.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1981. Root (Botany). 1981 McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York, N.Y. 342-344.

Ziemer, R. R. 1981. Roots and the stability of forested slopes. In: Timothy R. H. Davies and Andrew J. Pearce (eds.), Erosion and Sediment Transport in Pacific Rim Steeplands, Proceedings of the Christchurch Symposium, 25-31 January 1981, Christchurch, New Zealand. Int. Assn. Hydrol. Sci. Pub. No. 132: 343-361.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1981. Some effects of silvicultural options on the stability of slopes. In: Research on the Effects of Mass Wasting of Forest Lands on Water Quality and the Impact of Sediment on Aquatic Organisms, Stream Improvement Tech. Bull. No. 344. National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, New York, N.Y. 6-17.

Ziemer, Robert R. 198l. Stormflow response to roadbuilding and partial cutting in small streams of northern California. Water Resources Research 17(4): 907-917. [Caspar Creek]

Ziemer, Robert R. 1981. The role of vegetation in the stability of forested slopes. Proceedings of the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, XVII World Congress, 6-17 September 198l, Kyoto, Japan. vol. I: 297-308.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1981. Watershed rehabilitation: a process view. In: Robert N. Coats (ed). Proceedings of the Symposium on Watershed Rehabilitation in Redwood National Park and Other Pacific Coastal Areas, 24-28 August 1981, Arcata, California. Center for Natural Resource Studies of JMI, Inc. and National Park Service. pp. 1-10.

Ziemer, R. R. 1982. Characteristics of mass soil movements. Agronomy Abstracts 1982: 273.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1984. Erosion processes linking the upper watersheds to river sedimentation. In: Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Management of River and Reservoir Sedimentation in Asian Countries, 14-19 May 1984, Honolulu, Hawaii. pp 1-11.

Ziemer, R. R. 1984. Influence of rainfall on hillslope movement. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 65(45): 876.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1984. Response of progressive hillslope deformation to precipitation. In: O'Loughlin, C. L., and A. J. Pearce (eds). Proceedings of the Symposium on the Effects of Forest Land Use on Erosion and Slope Stability, 7-11 May 1984, Honolulu, Hawaii. pp 91-98.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1986. Soil erosion and management activities on forested slopes. In: Research For Tomorrow, 1986 Yearbook of Agriculture. Washington, D.C. pp. 247-249.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1987. Water yields from forests: an agnostic view. In: R. Z. Callaham and J. J. DeVries (Tech. Coord.), Proceedings of the California Watershed Management Conference, 18-20 November 1986, West Sacramento, California. Wildland Resources Center, Univ. California., Berkeley, California. Report No. 11. Feb. 1987. pp. 74-78.

Ziemer, Robert R. 1988. Carnivorous plants in Micronesia. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 17(3): 70-73.

Ziemer, Robert R., Jeffrey S. Albright. 1987. Subsurface pipeflow dynamics of north-coastal California swale systems. In: R. Beschta, T. Blinn, G. E. Grant, F. J. Swanson, and G. G. Ice (ed.), Erosion and Sedimentation in the Pacific Rim (Proceedings of the Corvallis Symposium, August 1987). International Association of Hydrological Sciences Pub. No. 165, p. 71-80. [Caspar Creek]

Ziemer, Robert R., Irving Goldberg, and Norman A. MacGillivray. 1967. Measuring soil moisture near soil surface ... minor differences due to neutron source type. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Research Note PSW-158, Berkeley, California. 6 p.

Ziemer, Robert R., and David Strauss. 1978. A statistical approach to instrument calibration. U.S. Dept. Agric., Forest Service, Special Report EM-7100-11, Washington, D.C. 29 pp.

Ziemer, R. R., and D. N. Swanston. 1977. Root strength changes after logging in southeast Alaska. U.S. Dept. Agric., Forest Service, Research Note PNW-306, Portland, Oregon. 10 pp.

Ziemer, R. R., B. R. Thomas, and R. M. Rice. 1982. Mass erosion and forest management. Presented at Ninth Meeting, U.S./Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources, Panel on Forestry, 6-13 June 1982, Tokyo, Japan. 10 p.


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