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Redwood National Park watershed restoration manual

Terry Spreiter

Redwood National Park watershed restoration manual

by Terry Spreiter

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Published by Redwood National Park, Watershed Restoration Program in Orick, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Restoration ecology -- California -- Redwood National Park.,
  • Watershed management -- California -- Redwood National Park.,
  • Watersheds -- California -- Redwood National Park.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTerry Spreiter.
    ContributionsRedwood National Park Watershed Restoration Program (Calif.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16130375M

    A biological assessment of impacts to aquatic threatened and proposed species from the watershed restoration program in Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP). Redwood National and State Parks, Watershed rehabilitation in Redwood National Park and other Pacific coastal areas, Arcata, CA, August , , Robert N. Coats. In a partnership with the National Park Service and California State Parks called Redwoods Rising, the League is working to restore tens of thousands of acres in Redwood National and State Parks, includ acres ( km 2) in the heavily-logged Mill Creek watershed in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.

    symposium on watershed rehabilitation in redwood national park and other pacific coastal areas edited by robert n. coats the center for natural resource studies, jmi, inc. in cooperation with the national park service sponsored by national park service u.s. geological survey usda forest service - pacific southwest region california department. Redwood National Park is most famously known for its magnificent coast redwoods, the tallest trees in the world. Experience the splendor of our park through the pages of this book that combine dramatic, full-color photography with fascinating, factual text written by naturalists and conservationists; 9x12 paperback with 54 pages, 72 color.

    Get this from a library! Watershed restoration, jobs-in-the-woods, and community assistance: Redwood National Park and the Northwest Forest Plan. [Christopher E DeForest; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)]. Watershed rehabilitation in Redwood National Park and other Pacific coastal areas, Arcata, CA, August , , Robert N. Coats, Berkeley, CA: Center for Natural Resource Studies of the John Muir Institute, Inc. and National Park Service,


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These grew up after the old-growth redwoods were clear cut and these young, second-growth forests are greatly degraded in their health.

Only 30% (40, acres) of RNSP is old-growth redwood forests. More t acres (70%) of the Redwood Creek watershed lands included in the national park's expansion were heavily disturbed timberlands. The redwoods along May Creek were clear-cut in the early s before this landscape was incorporated into the boundaries of Redwood National Park.

The quality of this creek is poor. It is an example of a riparian system that is blocked by sediment, it does not flow well, and it can not support salmon. May Creek is to be restored by Redwoods. As the environmental damage from harvest of redwoods was recognized, restoration efforts were initiated.

The first large-scale watershed restoration program began in at Redwood National Park (RNP) in north coastal California, wh ha of previously logged land was transferred to the by: Redwood National Park: Address, Phone Number, Redwood National Park Reviews: 5/5.

United States ; California (CA) Redwood National Park ; Had to pre-book parking, be aware they will turn you away if you do not do this. There is zero haggling at the entrance. The whole landscape is beautiful, the hills and tree formations are spectacular!5/K TripAdvisor reviews.

The Redwood Field Station is located in coastal Northern California. Many of our projects are conducted in redwood-dominated watersheds within Redwood National and State Parks. Station scientists conduct research on issues related to forest ecology, forest and watershed restoration, effects of past disturbances, and recovery of disturbed.

Watershed Stewards Program (WSP) address many watershed issues facing California by partnering with a diverse range of organizations including federal, state, county, tribal and non-profit agencies.

The primary focus of WSP is to assist communities and organizations with habitat restoration for salmonoids (Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon and Steelhead Trout) in order to rehabiliate these.

California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual RNP Redwood National Park RNSP Redwood National and State Parks RUS Rural Utilities Division of USDA In the lower watershed, Redwood National and State Parks contains superlative, world renowned.

The National Park Service and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy are restoring Redwood Creek at the last ½ mile of its course before it enters the Pacific Ocean. In its current condition, the Redwood Creek mouth functions poorly to convey water and sediment from the nine square mile watershed to the ocean.

Forest management and Redwood National Park (Part II): hearing before a subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, February 9, by California Redwood Park (Book) U.S.

bypass from mi. National Forest Bayshore Way Eureka, CA () Gasquet District/ Smith River National Recreation Area Highway Gasquet, CA () Orleans/Ukonom District 1 Ishi Pishi Road Orleans, CA () Lower Trinity District Highway 96 Willow Creek, CA () Mad River District. Redwood Creek watershed restoration interpretive sign.

Redwood National Park,Part of gallery of color pictures of US National Parks by professional photographer QT. The excavation of road fill from stream crossings on former logging roads is a major focus of the watershed restoration program in Redwood National Park. Channel adjustments in response to winter stormflows were measured on 24 newly excavated stream crossings to identify the relative importance of on site independent variables.

MLA prepared final plans for improvements on Redwood National Park property that include restoration for 1, feet of wood-forced step pool and wetland slough channels, and construction of feet of backwatered side channels to create off-channel rearing areas for juvenile salmonids.

Michael Love and Associates, Inc. (MLA) MLA is a small company founded in specializing in water resources engineering and environmental analysis within the areas of stream and estuary restoration, passage and protection of fish and other aquatic organisms, river hydraulics, watershed hydrology, and fluvial geomorphology.

Redwood national park expansion --Redwood national park legislation --Redwood employee protection plan --Community assistance and transitions --Watershed restoration and jobs-in-the-woods program --Effects on timber supplies --Redwood national park expansion legislation --Northwest forest plan --Forest management and economic development.

wood National Park an effort of unprecedented scale is taking place. designed to give nature a start in restor­ ing logged land.

Lessons learned during this restoration program could be useful to those inte: ested in helping to heal other wounded. but still living. lands, Redwood National Park. established in originally. Watershed Restoration Program Inin compliance with a congressional authorization in the Redwood National Park Expansion Act (P.L.

), a large-scale watershed restoration program was initiated in the lower one-third of Redwood Creek basin (Figure 1). The congressional action authorized, among. The remarkable natural resources of the Redwood Creek watershed have been recognized and valued for over a century. This roughly 9 square mile watershed, located in Marin County and less than an hour drive from downtown San Francisco, hosts the iconic ancient redwood grove at Muir Woods National Monument, which is nestled between slopes of Mount Tamalpais and Muir Beach.

Placed at: Redwood National and State Park Humboldt State University, B.S. Oceanography with a minor in Geology Annette chose to serve with WSP because she likes being a part of diverse projects and having the opportunity to work with scientists with multidisciplinary backgrounds.

Through this live web camera, you can see the Smith River flowing through Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, home to many of the tallest trees on Earth. Smith River Alliance and Save The Redwoods League present this live streaming video in partnership with This guide was written for staff, managers, technicians, permittees, concessionaires, and volunteers-for anyone engaged in activities that could affect the health of a riparian ecosystem.

It provides the basic principles and background information needed to carry out a restoration project.Volume surveys were conducted using standard methods described in the Redwood National Park Watershed Restoration Manual Road prism measurements were taken at obvious changes in the road profile and used to estimate perched volume per linear foot (see Figure 1).