Perennial Streams Assessment

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  • Assessing the Health of Southern California Streams

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    Assessing the Health of Southern California Streams

    California State Water Resources Control Board | April 14, 2011...
    Summary

    There are over 4,200 miles of perennial streams in the coastal watersheds of Southern California. Effective protection and management of these resources require...

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  • Extent of California’s Perennial and Non-perennial Steams

    Extent of California’s Perennial and Non-perennial Steams

    California State Water Resources Control Board, Non-point Source Program | October 1, 2011...
    Summary

    The distribution of perennial and non-perennial streams in different regions of the State has direct bearing on several of the State Water Board’s...

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  • Status of California’s Wadeable Perennial Streams (2000-2007)

    Status of California’s Wadeable Perennial Streams (2000-2007)

    California State Water Resources Control Board, Non-point Source Program | October 1, 2011...
    Summary

    The Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program’s (SWAMP) Perennial Streams Assessment (PSA) surveys measure the ability of California’s perennial wadeable streams (some 85,000 km)...

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  • The Perennial Streams Assessment (PSA): An Assessment of Biological Condition using the New California Stream Condition Index (CSCI)

    The Perennial Streams Assessment (PSA): An Assessment of Biological Condition using the New California Stream Condition Index (CSCI)

    California State Water Resources Control Board | June 1, 2015...
    Summary

    PSA stream surveys found that the majority of stream length in the Sierra Nevada and North Coast is in good biological condition, while...

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  • Value of SWAMP’s Statewide Monitoring Programs

    Value of SWAMP’s Statewide Monitoring Programs

    California State Water Resources Control Board, Non-point Source Program | October 1, 2011...
    Summary

    One of the key features of probability-based surveys such as the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program’s (SWAMP) Perennial Streams Assessment (PSA) is their...

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