Historical CRMP Documents
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Shasta CRMP Documents
Shasta River CRMP Committee. 1997. Shasta Watershed Restoration Plan,
Booher, L.J., et al. 196?. Analysis of the Montague Water Conservation District. University of California, Agricultural Extension Service. Yreka, CA. 18 pp. without tables.
CA Department of Fish and Game. 1997. A Biological Needs Assessment for Anadromous Fish in the Shasta River, Siskiyou County, California. CDFG, Region 1. Northern Management Area. Redding, CA. 29 pp.
Clawson, R.F., D.J. Cahoon, and J.M. Lacey. 1986. Shasta/ Klamath Rivers Water Quality Study. For CA Department of Water Resources Northern District. Sacramento, CA. 69 pp.+maps. (TEXT ONLY)
Crandell, D.R. 1989.Gigantic Debris Avalanche of Pleistocene Age From Ancestral Mount Shasta Volcano, California, and Debris-Avalanche Hazard Zonation. US Geological Survey Bulletin 1861. Denver, CO. 32 pp.
Gwynne, B. 1993. Investigation of Water Quality Conditions in the Shasta River, Siskiyou County. Interim Report for California Regional Water Quality Control Board. Santa Rosa, CA. 26 pp. without appendices.
Jong, H.W. 1994. Chinook Salmon Spawning Habitat Quality Evaluation Studies on the Shasta River and South Fork Trintiy River Basins. CA Department of Fish and Game, Natural Stocks Assessment Project. Arcata, CA. 47 pp. (TEXT ONLY)
Ricker, S.J. 1997. Evaluation of Salmon and Steelhead Spawning Habitat Quality in the Shasta Rive Basin, 1997. CA Department of Fish and Game, Region 1, Inland Fisheries. Administrative Report No. 97-9. Sacramento, CA. 13 pp.
Cascade Earth Sciences Ltd. 2002 , Shasta River Preliminary Engineering Report for Fish Screening/Passage Improvements. Great Northern Corporation.
Klamath River Basin
Barnard, K. & S. McBain. 1994. Standpipe to Determine Permeability, Dissolved Oxygen, and Verticle Particle Size Distribution in Salmonid Spawning Gravels. As FHR Currents # 15. US Forest Service, Region 5. Eureka, CA. 12 pp.
Belchik, M. 1997. Summer Locations and Salmonid Use of Cool Water Areas in the Klamath River: Iron Gate Dam to Seiad Creek, 1996. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program. Klamath, CA. 13 pp.
CA State Water Resources Control Board. 1995. California Rangeland Water Quality Management Plan. CA SWRCB, Division of Water Quality, Nonpoint Source Program. Sacramento, CA. 85pp.
Catalano, M., D. Therry, R. Quihillalt, and T.A. Shaw. 1997. Mainstem Klamath River Fall Chinook Spawning Redd Survey: Fiscal Year 1995 and 1996. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Coastal California Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata, CA. 27 pp.
Chen, G.K. 1992. Use of Basin Survey Data in Habitat Modelling and Cumulative Watershed Effects Analyses. As FHR Currents # 8. US Forest Service, Region 5. Eureka, CA. 11 pp.
Foott, J.S. Unpublished. 23 October 1995 Memorandum to all interested parties with preliminary results of Spring 1995 Klamath river chinook smolt study (95-FP-01), Iron Gate Hatchery June release group. US Fish and Wildlife Service. CA-NV Fish Health Center. Anderson, CA. 6 pp.
Gilbert, C.H. 1898. Fishes of the Klamath River Basin. Bulletin of US Fish Commission, Vol. 17. Washington, DC. 13pp.
Halstead, B.G. Unpublished. 23 September 1997 Memorandum to Bruce Gwynne of the CRWQCB concerning water quality in the Klamath River. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Coastal California Fish and Wildlife Office. Arcata, CA. 14 pp. with attachments.
Hart, C.J. 1987. Predation by Harbor Seals, Phoca Vitulina, on Tagged Adult Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, and Steelhead Trout in the Lower Klamath River, CA. Inland Fisheries Administrative Report No. 87-18. California Department of Fish and Game. Sacramento, CA. 20 pp.
Higgins, P.T., S. Dobush, and D. Fuller. 1992. Factors in Northern California Threatening Stocks with Extinction. Humboldt Chapter of American Fisheries Society. Arcata, CA. 25pp.
Hilton, S. and T.E Lisle. 1993. Measuring the Fraction of Pool Volume Filled with Fine Sediment. Res. Note PSW-RN-414. US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. Albany, CA . 11 pp.
Karuk Tribe of California. 1997. Water Temperature Monitoring of the Klamath River Mainstem. Progress Report #4 to the USFWS. Karuk Tribe of California, DNR. Orleans, CA. 5pp. without appendices.
Kier (William M.) Associates. 1991. Long Range Plan for the Klamath River Basin Conservation Area Fishery Restoration Program. Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force. Yreka, CA.
Leidy, R.A. and G.R. Leidy. 1984. Life Stage Periodicities of Anadromous Salmonids in the Klamath River Basin, Northwestern California. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento CA. 21 pp. + appendix.
Lisle, T. & S. Hilton. 1991. Fine Sediment in Pools: An index of how Sediment is Affecting a Stream Channel. As FHR Currents # 6. US Forest Service, Region 5. Eureka, CA. 7 pp.
Martischang, M.F.. 1993. A Technique for Moving Existing Fish Habitat Data Sets into the Spatial Environment of a Vector Geographic Information System. As FHR Currents #11. US Forest Service, Region 5. Eureka, CA. 17 pp.
Nakamoto, R.J., T.T. Kisanuki, and G.H. Goldsmith. 1995. Age and Growth of Klamath River Green Sturgeon (Acipenser medirostris). Project # 93-FP-13. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Yreka, CA. 20 pp.
Rieman, B. 1993. Consideration of Extinction Risks for Salmonids. As FHR Currents # 14. US Forest Service, Region 5. Eureka, CA. 12 pp.
Rohde, R. and L. Hillman. 1995. Water Temperature Monitoring of the Klamath River Mainstem. Progress Report #3 to the USFWS. Karuk Tribe of California, DNR. Orleans, CA. 6pp. without data tables.
Rohde, R. and L. Hillman. 1994. Water Temperature Monitoring of the Klamath River Mainstem. Progress Report #2 to the USFWS. Karuk Tribe of California, DNR. Orleans, CA. 5pp. without data tables.
Snyder, J. O. 1931. Salmon of the Klamath River, California. Calif. Dept. of Fish and Game, Vol. 10, No. 4. 121 pp.
Sullivan, C. 1989. Juvenile Life History and Age Composition of Mature Fall Chinook Salmon to the Klamath River, 1984-1986. Master’s Thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. 69 pp.
US Bureau of Reclamation. 1995. Reinvention of the Bureau of Reclamation: Implementation of National Performance Review Recomendations. US Dept of Interior. Denver, CO. 26 pp.
US Fish and Wildlife Service 1991. Klamath River Basin Juvenile Salmonid Fish Investigation. Annual Report FY89. Report No. AFF-1-FRO-91-3. Arcata, CA. 84 pp. + appendices.
US Fish and Wildlife Service 1992. Klamath River Fisheries Assessment Project. Annual Report FY90. Report No. AFF-1-FRO-92-13. Arcata, CA. 63 pp. + appendices.
US Fish and Wildlife Service 1994. Klamath River Fisheries Assessment Project. Annual Report FY91. Report No. AFF-1-FRO-93-14. Arcata, CA. 69 pp. + appendices.
Walker, R.L., and J.S. Foott. 1993. Disease Survey of Klamath River Salmonid Smolt Populations, 1992. For USFWS California – Nevada Fish Health Center. Anderson, CA. 32 pp. + 1 of 2 appendices.
Welsh, H.H., and A.J. Lind. 1996. Habitat Correlates of the Southern Torrent Salamander, Rhyacotriton variegatus (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae), in Northwestern California. In Journal of Herpetology, Volume 30. No. 3. pp 385-398.
Welsh, H.H., A.J. Lind, & D.L.Waters. 1991. Monitoring Frogs and Toads on Region 5 National Forests. As FHR Currents # 4. US Forest Service, Region 5. Eureka, CA. 12 pp.
Young, M.K. 1995. Resident Trout and Movement.: Consequences of a New Paradigm. As FHR Currents # 18. US Forest Service, Region 5. Eureka, CA. 5 pp.