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Author MacDonald, Lee H.,
Title Monitoring guidelines to evaluate effects of forestry activities on streams in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska / Lee H. MacDonald with Alan W. Smart and Robert C. Wissmar.
Imprint Seattle, Washington : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, 1991.

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Author MacDonald, Lee H.,
Subject Forests and forestry -- Environmental aspects -- Northwest, Pacific.
Forests and forestry -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska.
Forest hydrology -- Northwest, Pacific.
Forest hydrology -- Alaska.
Water quality management -- Northwest, Pacific.
Water quality management -- Alaska.
Alt Name Smart, Alan W.,
Wissmar, R. C.,
United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Region X,
University of Washington. Center for Streamside Studies,
Description xiv, 166 pages : illustrations
monochrome rdacc
Note "May 1991."
"EPA/910/9-91-001."
"These guidelines were developed for Region 10, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ... under EPA Assistance No. CX-816032-01-0 with the Center for Streamside Studies in Forestry, Fisheries & Wildlife, College of Forest Resources/College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
OCLC # 938904903
Additional Format Print version: MacDonald, Lee H. Monitoring guidelines to evaluate effects of forestry activities on streams in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska (OCoLC)24570074.


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