Canyon Creek watershed analysis: Ecosystem analysis at the watershed scale

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Title: Canyon Creek watershed analysis: Ecosystem analysis at the watershed scale
Author: Blue Mountain Ranger District (Or.); David Evans and Associates; Duck Creek Associates
Abstract: Characterizes ecological and physical processes at multiple spatial scales by systematically uncovering the interactions of biological, physical, and human processes that have created current conditions. Identifies key questions and conditions, investigates and describes conditions, describes reference conditions, synthesizes and interprets the information, and provides recommendations and management options.
Description: 296 pp. Tables, figures, references, appendices, maps, illus. "The Canyon Creek watershed lies within the John Day River sub-basin in the southern Blue Mountains of east-central Oregon, part of the greater Columbia River basin (Mid- Columbia Subregion). The eastern portion of the watershed straddles the Strawberry Mountain Range; the portion of the watershed west of lower Canyon Creek lies in the heart of the Aldrich Mountains. To the south, Canyon Creek watershed is bounded by Bear Valley and the hills north of Bear Creek." Captured June 11, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7129
Date: 2003-06-20


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