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Year: 2009
The majority of California’s freshwater comes from the Sierra Nevada, falling in winter as a thick blanket of snow that slowly melts in spring, delivering enormous quantities of fresh, clean water to fill the state’s rivers and reservoirs in support of its cities, industry and agriculture
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Year: 2009
There are growing concerns about local and regional ecosystems and their vulnerability in relation to human activities
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Year: 2008
Planning for Water-Wise Development in the Sierra provides local conservation groups, local government and the public useful information about the connection between development and water – water quality, water supplies and the health of the Sierra’s watersheds
Year: 2008
The South Lake Tahoe Monitoring Project was formed to assess the health of the local watershed in terms of water quality by examining legacy impacts of human disturbance, current watershed impacts, and efforts put forth to restore and protect the watershed
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Year: 2008
The authors explore the extent to which visitor experiences and management preferences vary between the most heavily used places in wilderness and places that are less popular
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Year: 2008
California faces the prospect of significant water management challenges from climate change
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Year: 2008
Ultimately, how you use this book will depend on your specific needs and interests
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Year: 2008
Sixty five million years after surviving the last great extinction, amphibians continue to live in extreme locations, from deserts to high mountain slopes, a testament to their resiliency and adaptability
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Year: 2008
Fish need water every day
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Year: 2008
Research shows that contact between bighorn sheep and domestic sheep and goats can lead to respiratory disease and fatal pneumonia in bighorn sheep
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