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Hydrology of some tidal channels in estuarine marshland near San Francisco
Abstract Measurements of velocity, depth, discharge, and slope were simultaneously made at ten gages along a natural estuarine channel 19,000 feet in length in Petaluma Marsh, California. Along the… Expand
RUNOFF AND EROSION AFTER THE OAKLAND FIRESTORM: EXPECTATIONS AND OBSERVATIONS.
Channel change, sediment transport, and fish habitat in a coastal stream: Effects of an extreme event
A study on sediment transport and channel change was conducted on Zayante Creek and the lower San Lorenzo River in Santa Cruz County, California. A rainstorm with a recurrence interval locally in… Expand
SAN PEDRO CREEK GEOMORPHIC ANALYSIS
San Pedro Creek flows westerly to the Pacific Ocean, draining an 8.2 sq mi watershed in Pacifica, San Mateo County, California. Our Study Site, which includes the lower 2.6 miles of the creek, was… Expand
Sediment patches, sediment supply, and channel morphology
Bed surface particle size patchiness may play a central role in bedload and morphologic response to changes in sediment supply in gravel-bed rivers. Here we test a 1-D model (from Parker ebook) of… Expand
Channel and flow relationships in tidal salt marsh wetlands
Author(s): Leopold, Luna B; Collins, Laurel; Inbar, Moshe | Abstract: In a natural tidal channel, Tule Slough, in Petaluma Marsh bordering the Petaluma River north of San Pablo Bay, synoptic… Expand
Wildcat Creek Watershed: A Scientific Study of Physical Processes and Land Use Effects
Regional Curves of Hydraulic Geometry for Wadeable Streams In Marin and Sonoma Counties, San Francisco Bay Area
Landscape Change in the Napa River Watershed, 1800 - 2002: Implications for the Restoration of In - Stream, Floodplain, and Valley Floor Habitat