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TitleDrift (Siletz) Watershed analysis
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsUnited States. Forest Service. Hebo Ranger District, and United States. Bureau of Land Management. Salem District
Pagination200 p.
Call NumberOSU Libraries: Guin QH541.5.V3 D751 1996
KeywordsAmerican marten =Mares Americana, Anderson Creek, bald eagle = Haliaeetus leucocephalus, Barn Creek, Bluff Creek, Box Canyon Creek, Chinook salmon = Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, chum salmon = Oncorhynchus keta, climate, Coho salmon = Oncorhynchus kisutch, cutthroat trout = Oncorhynchus clarki, depleted populations, Drift Creek, East Fork Quarry Creek, East Fork Simpson Creek, Erickson Creek, erosion, Fall Creek, Fowler Creek, geology, Gordey Creek, habitats, historical, Horner Creek, human impacts, hydrography, hydrology, land ownership, land use, landslides, logging, Marbled murrelet = Brachyramphus marmoratus, Nelson Creek, North Creek, North Fork Schooner Creek, Pacific fisher = Martes pennant pacifica, precipitation, Quarry Creek, Rock Creek, Sampson Creek, Schooner Creek, sediments, Siletz River, Smith Creek, soils, South Fork Schooner Creek, species list, Spotted owl = Strix occidentalis, steelhead trout = Oncorhynchus mykiss, terrestrial vegetation, water pollution, water quality, water temperature, Wildcat Creek
Notes

Issues addressed in this publication include: availability of stable roads and trails to meet public and agency needs, availability of quality fish habitat with emphasis on road stability and woody debris, and managing forested lands for late-successional characteristics. There is an online version of this publication, but as of 1/2013, it is incomplete, with many missing pages.