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California Water Plan 2013: Mountain Counties Regional Report$0.00
California Water Plan 2013: Mountain Counties Regional ReportDepartment of Water Resources | October 30, 2014...Summary
As the State works to solve the water crisis in California, the potential for redirected impacts in the Mountain Counties Area is acute....
California’s Water: Protecting Headwaters$0.00
California’s Water: Protecting HeadwatersPublic Policy Institute of California | October 1, 2016...Summary
Mountainous regions provide most of the state’s water supply. But major problems loom— from a growing risk of wildfires to a shrinking snowpack....
Environmental Health Risks from Abandoned Mines in the Sierra Nevada$0.00
Environmental Health Risks from Abandoned Mines in the Sierra NevadaThe Sierra Fund | June 9, 2014...Summary
The widespread pollution from Gold Rush mining activities, including mercury, arsenic and lead, constitutes the oldest and longest neglected environmental justice problem in...
Forest Management (Resource Management Strategy)$0.00
Forest Management (Resource Management Strategy)Department of Water Resources | July 29, 2016...Summary
Forest lands in California, the majority of which are in the middle to high elevation foothills and mountains, produce a diverse array of...
Improving the Health of California’s Headwater Forests$0.00
Improving the Health of California’s Headwater ForestsPublic Policy Institute of California | September 18, 2017...Summary
California’s headwater forests are not thriving under current management practices, and changes are needed to make them more resilient to periodic drought and...
Instream Flow Studies for the Protection of Public Trust Resources: A Prioritized Schedule and Estimate of Costs$0.00
Instream Flow Studies for the Protection of Public Trust Resources: A Prioritized Schedule and Estimate of CostsCalifornia State Water Resources Control Board | February 18, 2011...Summary
Chapter 5 of the 2009-10 Seventh Extraordinary Session (SB X7 1, Simitian) directs the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) to...
Mining’s Toxic Legacy: An Initiative to Address Mining Toxins in the Sierra Nevada$0.00
Mining’s Toxic Legacy: An Initiative to Address Mining Toxins in the Sierra NevadaThe Sierra Fund | March 1, 2008...Summary
The purpose of this report is to present current information on the nature and extent of mining toxins in the Sierra, the problems...
Native American use of fire (and its effects on water)$0.00
Native American use of fire (and its effects on water)| January 30, 2014...Summary
Native Americans have a long history of traditional fire use on Mother Earth. Fire use promoted their desired ecological state of the environment....
The State of the Sierra Nevada’s Forests$0.00
The State of the Sierra Nevada’s ForestsSierra Nevada Conservancy | October 2, 2014...Summary
There is a growing understanding that many Sierra Nevada forests are not healthy and that overgrown forests are susceptible to disease and intense...
Tribal-Traditional Ecological Knowledge and the Use of Fire$0.00
Tribal-Traditional Ecological Knowledge and the Use of FireDepartment of Water Resources | September 9, 2014...Summary
A memo written by Ron W. Goode, Tribal Chairman, North Fork Mono Tribe on Traditional Ecological Knowledge and the use of fire. This...