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Aquatic Invasive Species

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  • SYRCL (2011). Yuba Watershed Sensitive and Invasive Field Guide. South Yuba River Citizens League. Yuba-Watershed-Sensitive-and-Invasive-Field-Guide.pdf

Biodiversity

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Climate Change

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Dam Removal

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Fire

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  • Schwilk, D. W., Keeley, J. E., Knapp, E. E., McIver, J., Bailey, J. D., Fettig, C. J., Fiedler, C. E., et al. (2009). The national Fire and Fire Surrogate study: effects of fuel reduction methods on forest vegetation structure and fuels. fire_schwilketal_2008_fuelreductmethods_prj.pdf
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Fisheries

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  • Gard, M. (2004). Interactions between an introduced piscivore and native piscivore in a California stream. Environmental Biology of Fishes 71, no. 3:287-295. fish_gard_2004_predationsyuba_prj.pdf
  • Gross, Liza (2008). Can Farmed and Wild Salmon Coexist?. PLoS Biology 6, no. 2: e46.
  • Kimmerer, W. J. (2008). Losses of Sacramento River Chinook salmon and delta smelt to entrainment in water diversions in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 6, no. 2. fish_kimmerer_2008_losssacsjfishentrainment_prj.pdf
  • Kondolf, G. M. (1993). The size of salmonid spawning gravels. Water Resource Research 29: 2275-2285. fish_kondolf_1993_sizespawninggravels_prj.pdf
  • Kozlowski, J. F. (1986). Summer Distribution, Abundance, and Movements of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and other Fishes in the Lower Yuba River, California. M.S. Thesis Univ. of California, Davis.
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Greater Whole

Hydropower

Land Use

Mining

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  • Army Corps of Engineers (1938). Hydraulic Mining and Debris Control, Sacramento River and Tributaries. mining_usace_1938_hymindebriscontrol_rpt.pdf
  • California Bay-Delta Authority (2003). Abandoned Mine Lands Assessment of the North Yuba Watershed. California Department of Conservation. mining_doc_2003_amlassessnyuba_rpt.pdf
  • California Department of Conservation, Office of Mine Reclamation, Abandoned Mine Lands Unit (2000). California's Abandoned Mines: A Report on the Magnitude and Scope of the Issue in the State. California Department of Conservation. mining_doc_2000_scopeamlcavol1_rpt.pdf
  • Childs, J. R. et al. (2006). Bathymetric and Geophysical Surveys of Englebright Lake, Yuba-Nevada Counties, California. USGS Open File Report 03-383. mining_childsetal_2003_bathgeosurveyenglebright_rpt.pdf
  • Curtis J. A., et al. (2005). Conceptual Model of Sediment Processes in the Upper Yuba River Watershed, Sierra Nevada, CA. Geomorphology 68 No. 3-4 149-166. mining_curtisetal_2005a_concepmodelseduyuba_prj.pdf
  • Curtis J. A., et al. (2006). Use of Sediment Rating Curves and Optical Backscatter Data to Characterize Sediment Transport in the Upper Yuba River Watershed, California 2001-03. USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5246. mining_curtisetal_2006_sediment.pdf
  • Domagalski, J. (1998). Occurence and Transport of Total Mercury and Methyl Mercury in the Sacramento River Basin, California. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 64 No. 1-3 149-166. mining_domagalski_1998_hgtransportsacriver_prj.pdf
  • Gard, M. F. (2002). Effects of Sediment Loads on the Fish and Invertebrates of a Sierra Nevada River, California. Journal of Aquatic Ecosystems Stress and Recovery 9 No. 4: 227-238. mining_gard_2002_effectsedfishbmi_prj.pdf
  • Gilbert, G. K. (1917). Hydraulic Mining Debis in the Sierra Nevada. USGS Professional Paper 105.
  • Hagwood, Jr. J. (1995). The California Debris Commision: A History. US Amry Corps of Engineers, Sacramento Division. mining_GetTRDoc.pdf
  • Hunerlach, M. P. (2001). Geochemistry of Mecury and other Trace Elements in Fluvial Tailings Upstream of Daguerre Point Dam, Yuba River, California, August 2001. USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5165.
  • James, L. A. et al. (2007). Field Trip Guide and Road Log: Tracking Hydraulic Mining Sediment in the Sierra Foothills and Sacramento Valley. mining_jamesetal_2007_trackhydrosed_rpt.pdf
  • James, L.A. (2005). Sediment from Hydraulic Mining Detained by Englebright and Small Dams in the Yuba Basin. Geomorphology 71, 202-226. mining_james_2005_seddetaindamsyuba_prj.pdf
  • May J. T. et al. (2000). Mercury Bioaccumulation in Fish in a Region Affected by Historic Gold Mining: The South Yuba River, Deer Creek and Bear River Watersheds, California, 1999. USGS Open-File Report 00-367. mining_mayetal_2000_hginfishyuba_prj.pdf
  • Sawyer, A. M. et. al. (2004). Sediment Grain-Size and Loss-On-Ignition Analyses from 2002 Englebright Lake Coring and Sampling Campaigns. USGS Survey Open-File Report 2004-1080. mining_snyderetal_2004b_sedgrainsizeengleb_rpt.pdf
  • Slotton, D. G. et al. (1997). Gold Mining Impacts on Food Chain Mercury in Northwestern Sierra Nevada Streams. Division of Environmental Studies University of California, Davis. mining_slottenetal_1997_hgfoodchain_rpt.pdf
  • Snyder, N. P. and Hampton, M. A. (2003). Preliminary Cross Section of Englebright Lake Sediments. USGS Open-File Report 03-397. mining_snyder_cv_bc.pdf
  • Snyder, N. P. et al. (2004). Estimating Accumulation Rates of Physical Properties of Sediment Behind a Dam: Englebright Lake, Yuba River, Northern California. Water Resources Research 40, W11301. mining_snyderetal_2004a_phypropsedengleb_prj.pdf
  • Snyder, N. P. et al. (2006). Reconsturcting Depositional Processes and History from Reservoir Stratigraphy: Englebright Lake, Yuba River Northern California. Journal of Geophysical Research 111, F04003. mining_snyderetal_2006_reconstdepprocessengleb_prj.pdf
  • Strum C., et al. (2006). A Brief History of Siskon Mine. Yuba Watershed Institute 4. mining_greensfelderlorenz_2006_histsiskonmine_art.doc
  • The Sierra Fund (2008). Mining's Toxic Legacy: An Initiative to Address Mining Toxins in the Sierra Nevada. The Sierra Fund, Nevada City, CA. mining_sierrafund_2008_miningstoxiclegacy_rpt.pdf

Plans

  • County of Yuba (2008). Yuba County Integrated Regional Water Managment Plan. plan_YubacountyIRWMP.pdf
  • National Marine Fisheries Service (2008). Recovery Plan for the Evolutionarily Significant Units of Sacramento River Winter-run Chinook Salmon and Central Vally Spring-run Chinook Salmon and the Distinct Population Segment of Central Valley Steelhead. Southwest Regional Office, National Marine Fisheries Service, Sacramento, CA. plan_nmfsrecplan_2008_plan.pdf
  • Nevada County Planning Dept., Forty Niner Fire Safe Project Committee (2002). Lake Vera - Round Mountain Area Fire Safe Plan. plan_lakeveraroundmtnfiresafe_2002_plan.pdf
  • Russick K. and H. Ottoway (2006). Sacramento River Watershed Program. Sacramento River Watershed Program Monitoring Program Summary. plan_srmp_2006_monitoringsum_plan.pdf
  • Starr Consulting and Palencia Consulting Engineers (2007). Yuba/Bear River Watershed Sanitary Survey Second Update. plan_yubabearwss_2007.pdf
  • Tahoe National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, California State Parks, County of Nevada . South Yuba River Comprehensive Managment Plan. Tahoe National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, California State Parks, County of Nevada. plan_SoYubaPlan.pdf
  • Veen, John van der et al. (2008). Water Monitoring Quality Assurance Project Plan. plan_DeerCreekQAPP.pdf
  • White, M. D. (2008). Conservation Assessment for the Yuba River Watershed Foothills. plan_loca-ca-sierra-yuba-conservation-assess.pdf
  • White, M. D. et al. (2005). Science Assessment for the Sierra Checkerboard Inititive . Prepared for the Trust for Public Lands by the Conservation Biology Institute.

Restoration

River Processes

  • Lewis, D. J. et al. (2001). Turbidity and Total Suspended Solid Concentration Dynamics in Streamflow from California Oak Woodland Watersheds. In RB Standiford et al. Procedure Symposium on Oak Woodlands in California's Changing Landscape, San Diego, CA 22-25. rvrprocess_lewisetal_2002_turb_prj.pdf
  • Moir, H. J. and Pasternack G. B. (2008). Relationships Between Mesoscale Morphological Units, Stream Hydraulics and Chinook Salmon Spawing Habitat on the Lower Yuba River, California. Geomorphology 100 No. 3-4: 527-548. rvrprocess_moirandpasternack_2008_morphunitsfish_prj.pdf
  • Sawyer, A. M. et. al. (2009). Riffle-pool Maintenance and Flow Convergence Routing Observed on a Large Gravel-Bed River. Geomorphology. rvrprocess_sawyeretal_2009_rpmain_prj.pdf

Tribal

Water Control

Water Quality

  • (2009). SWAMP Safe-to-Swim Study, June 2009 Results. Regional Water Quality Control Board California Environmental Protection Agency. s2s_09_s_yuba_rvr.pdf
  • Anne Littlejohn (2008). SWAMP Safe-to-Swim Study, Labor Day 2008 Final Report. Regional Water Quality Control Board California Environmental Protection Agency. s2s_08_finalrpt.pdf
  • Anne Littlejohn (2010). SWAMP Safe-to-Swim Study, June 2009 Final Report. Regional Water Quality Control Board California Environmental Protection Agency. s2s_09_finalrpt.pdf

Watershed Health

Watershed Monitoring

  • Fetscher, A.E. et al (2009). Stand Operating Procedures for Collecting Stream Algae Samples and Associated Phyiscal Habitat and Chemical Data for Ambient Bioassessments in California. California State Water Resources Control Board Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP) Bioassessment SOP. rm_602_SWAMP_SOP_StreamAlgae.pdf
  • Harrington, J et. al. (1999). Russian River Index of Biological Integrity RRIBI for First to Third Order Tributary Streams. California Department of Fish and Game Office of Spill Response and Prevention. rm_bmi_rribi_cdfg_harrington_1999.pdf
  • Miller, S. (2009). Aquatic Invertebrate Report for Samples Collected by South Yuba River Citizen's League. National Aquatic Monitoring Center, University of Utah 2008 samples. rm_utahstate_2009b_bmi_rpt.pdf
  • Miller, S. (2009). Aquatic Invertebrate Report for Samples Collected by South Yuba River Citizen's League. National Aquatic Monitoring Center, University of Utah 2007 Samples. rm_utahstate_2009a_bmi_rpt.pdf
  • Ode, P.R. (2007). Standard Operating Procedures for Collecting Benthic Macroinvertebrate Samples and Associated Physical and Chemical Data for Ambient Bioassessments in California. California State Water Resources Control Board Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP) Bioassessment SOP. rm_Ode_2007_phab_sopr6.pdf
  • Rehn, A. C. (2008). Benthic Macroinvertebrates as Indicators of Biological Condition Below Hydropower Dams on the West Slope Sierra Nevada Streams, Calirfornia. River Research Applications. rm_rehn_hydropower_2008_rra.pdf
  • Rehn, A. C. (2008). Assessment of Ecological Impacts on Hydropower Projects on Benthic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages: A Review of Existing Data Collected for FERC Relicensing Studies. California Energy Commission, PIER Energy-Related Envrionmental Research Program.. rm_CEC-500-2007-040.pdf
  • Rost, A. (2008). Periphyton Monitoring Pilot Project. Draft Report prepared for the South Yuba River Citizens League. rm_rost_periphyton_2008_draftrpt.pdf
  • SYRCL (2006). Benthic Macroinvertebrate Samping Pro in the Yuba River Watershed Using the California Stream Bioassessment Procedure. 2006 Pro Brief for SYRCL River Monitors. rm_syrcl_2006_bmiprotocol.pdf
  • Yuba Watershed Council Monitoring Committee (2008). Citizen water quality monitoring quality assurance program plan for the Yuba Watershed Council Monitoring Committee. Revision 1.3 by William Ray of the State Water Resources Control Board.