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Title: Caspar Creek experimental watersheds: cumulative effects of forest practices on downstream resources

Author: Rosenthal, Anne M.; Featured: Lisle, Thomas E., project leader; Harvey, Bret; Reid, Leslie; Keppeler, Elizabeth; Lewis, Jack; Eads, Rand; Hilton, Sue; Nakamoto, Rod; Visser, Deb, science team

Date: 2005

Source: Science Perspectives PSW-SP-005. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 6 p

Description: Research at Caspar Creek provides information that helps forest managers assess and predict the environmental effects of forest practices and natural disturbances on downstream resources. Monitoring long-term effects and adapting practices can help protect and restore water quality and fish habitat in Northern California.

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Rosenthal, Anne M.; Featured: Lisle, Thomas E., project leader  2005.  Caspar Creek experimental watersheds: cumulative effects of forest practices on downstream resources  Science Perspectives PSW-SP-005. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 6 p.

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