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Albion River Total Maximum Daily Load for Sediment.
Big River Total Maximum Daily Load for Sediment.
California rivers and streams : the conflict between fluvial process and land use /
California's rivers, a public trust report
Eutrophication and Nutrient Cycling in Santa Margarita River Estuary: A Summary of Baseline Studies for Monitoring Order R9-2006-0076.
Final environmental impact statement for the inclusion of five rivers in California's Wild and Scenic Rivers System in the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System
Garcia River Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load.
Gualala River Total Maximum Daily Load for Sediment.
Index of surface-water records to September 30, 1967 Pacific slope basins in California /
Los Angeles River : its life, death, and possible rebirth /
Merced wild and scenic river : comprehensive management plan /
Noyo River Total Maximum Daily Load for Sediment.
San Timoteo Creek Habitat Enhancement Project. Environmental Assessment.
Sediment transport in the western tributaries of the Sacramento River, California,
South Fork and Merced Wild and Scenic River final environmental impact statement : Mariposa and Madera Counties, California /
Streamflow gains and losses and selected flow characteristics of Cottonwood Creek, north-central California, 1982-85 /
Surface-water hydrology of coastal basins of northern California.
The South Fork and Merced Wild and Scenic River implementation plan : Mariposa and Madera Counties /
Total Maximum Daily Load for Chloride: Calleguas Creek Watershed.
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