Surface-water hydrology of California coastal basins between San Francisco Bay and Eel River

@inproceedings{Rantz1967SurfacewaterHO,
  title={Surface-water hydrology of California coastal basins between San Francisco Bay and Eel River},
  author={S. E. Rantz and Thomas H. Thompson},
  year={1967}
}
This report presents an analysis of the surface-water hydrology of the coastal basins of California that lie between the north shore of San Francisco Bay and the south boundary of the Eel River basin. Its purpose is t<?provide hydrologic information in convenient form for use in project planning by the California Department of Water Resources and other water agencies operating in the State. The report area, comprising about 5,000 square miles, lies wholly within the northern California Coast… CONTINUE READING

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