Myrtle Creek watershed restoration environmental assessment

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Title: Myrtle Creek watershed restoration environmental assessment
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office
Abstract: Proposes to implement an array of restoration projects that would include: replacement of culverts that are barriers to fish passage and/or at risk of near-term failure; decommissioning of roads surplus to management needs on BLM-administered lands; improvements to roads identified as chronic sources of sediment that cannot be decommissioned because of reciprocal rights-of-way agreements or a long-term need for management access; stabilization and revegetation of slides associated with roads; and in-stream placement of logs and boulders to provide structure and greater habitat complexity.
Description: 37 pp. Tables, references, illus. The Myrtle Creek watershed analysis unit is located southeast of Roseburg, Oregon. It is 76,265 acres in area (119 square miles), and is drained by North Myrtle Creek, South Myrtle Creek and their associated tributaries. Captured July 26, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7706
Date: 2003-02-06


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