SRC_WatershedReport

Santa Rosa Creek Watershed Management Plan

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اسعارالذهب في السعوديه Specifically, the objectives of the watershed management plan are to assess existing conditions, prioritize limiting factors for steelhead, and identify and prioritize restoration recommendations to address these limiting factors and improve physical functions and ecological conditions in the watershed.

forex kontor The watershed management plan was developed through the collaboration of a broad spectrum of participants. Stakeholders representing community sectors including agriculture, business, the community services district, planning advisory groups and fishing interests, and who work or live in the watershed, met periodically throughout the development of the watershed management plan to advise and inform the process, contribute historic and current information, assist in evaluating the accuracy of existing conditions and to review information and provide comments. In addition, a Technical Advisory Committee reviewed key watershed management plan elements, and input from the public was solicited at three public workshops.

موقع يعرض سعرالذهب اون لاين Physical processes and ecological conditions in the Santa Rosa Creek watershed have been affected by historical clearing of land, groundwater pumping, urban development, bank revetment, historical mercury mining, land management practices, and road building. These activities have increased hillslope erosion and fine sediment supply to creek channels, resulted in channel incision, exacerbated low flows in the summer and fall, degraded riparian and aquatic habitat conditions, created barriers to fish migration, decreased water and sediment quality, and introduced non-native invasive species. Several of these effects limit the population of steelhead in the watershed by dramatically reducing instream flows in the summer and fall, decreasing pool habitat and large woody debris for summer and winter rearing, restricting their migration, and possibly limiting the potential for lagoon rearing.

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  • •  Restore the riparian corridor
  • •  Reduce fine sediment delivery to the creek
  • •  Conserve and protect open spaces and existing land uses
  • •  Increase large woody debris supply and retention
  • •  Remove barriers to fish passage
  • •  Fill key data gaps
  • •  Reduce mercury supply

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Main document with Appendices C and D

Appendix A: Geomorphology Assessment Parts 1-3

Appendix A: Geomorphology Assessment Parts 4-6

Appendix B: Benthic Microinvertebrate Assessment


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Summary of Watershed Conditions and Voluntary Recommendations (Powerpoint)


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