+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Coastal cutthroat trout use of the Redwood Creek Estuary, Redwood National and State Parks, California



Coastal cutthroat trout use of the Redwood Creek Estuary, Redwood National and State Parks, California



Hall, J D, Bisson, P A, Gresswell, R E Sea-run cutthroat trout: Biology, management, and future conservation: 177




Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 030589036

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

The ecology of the coastal Redwood forest and the impact of the 1964 floods upon Redwood vegetation. Supplement to Final Report, National Science Foundation grant GB No. 4690. Vegetative propagation of coastal Redwood: rooting of Redwood cuttings. The ecology of the coastal Redwood forest and the impact of the floods upon Redwood vegetation. Suppl. to Final Report, National Science Foundation grant GB No. 4690. Vegetative propagation of coastal Redwood: r. Rudolf W. Becking,1415 Virginia Way, Arcata, Calif., USA: 1968. 23, 1968

Interchange of surface and intragravel water in Redwood Creek, Redwood National Park, California. U S, 1995

Compositional variations with season and logging history in streams of the Redwood Creek basin, Redwood National Park, California. U S, 1995

The ecology of the coastal Redwood forest of northern California and the impact of the 1964 floods upon Redwood vegetation. Final Report, National Science Foundation grant GB No. 4690. The ecology of the coastal Redwood forest of northern California and the impact of the floods upon Redwood vegetation. Final Report, National Science Foundation grant GB No. 4690, Rudolf W. Becking,1415 Virginia Way, Arcata, Calif., USA: 1968. 187. many pp, 1968

The ecology of the coastal Redwood forest of northern California and the impact of the 1964 floods upon Redwood vegetation. Final Report, National Science Foundation grant GB No. 3468. The ecology of the coastal Redwood forest of northern California and the impact of the floods upon Redwood vegetation. Final Report, National Science Foundation grant GB No. 3468, Nature Conservancy,Washington D.C., USA: 1967. 91. 11 pp, 1967

Redwood National and State Parks, Humboldt and Del Norte counties, California. 2000

Final Report, National Science Foundation Grant GB No. 6310, April 15, 1967-June 1, 1968. The ecology of the Coastal Redwood forests of northern California and the impact of the 1964 flood upon Redwood vegetation. Final Report, National Science Foundation Grant GB No 6310, April 15, 1967 June 1, 1968 The ecology of the Coastal Redwood forests of northern California and the impact of the 1964 flood upon Redwood vegetation: 5 + 158, 1971

Redwood physiology: Key to recreational management in redwood state parks. California Agric 16(8): 2-3, 1962

An examination of references for ecosystems in a watershed context: Results of a scientific pulse in redwood National and State Parks, California. U S Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station General(689, Part 1): 118-129, 2007

The ecology of the coastal redwood forests of northern California and the impact of the 1964 floods upon redwood vegetation. Final Report. Rep. natn. Sci. Fan Grant GB No, 4690: 187, 1968

A cross-dated fire history from coast redwood near Redwood National Park, California. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24(1): 21-31, 1994

Dendrochronology and fire history in coast redwood sequoia sempervirens near redwood national park california usa. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 72(2 Suppl.): 78, 1991

Cooperative erosion control efforts based on sediment transport trends, Redwood Creek, north coastal California. Pages 373-388 1992, 1992

Epidermal structure of giant redwood and its comparison with those of coast redwood and dawn redwood. Journal of Beijing Forestry University 29(5): 7-11, 2007

Forest associations of Little Lost Man Creek, Humboldt County, California: reference-level in the hierarchical structure of old-growth coastal redwood vegetation. Madrono 37(2): 69-87, 1990