THE ALSEA WATERSHED STUDY: Effects of Logging on the Aquatic Resources of Three Headwater Streams of the Alsea River, Oregon Part I – Biological Studies Public Deposited
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Project AFS-58 Final Report (part 1) The first of three reports on a 15-year study to determine the effects of logging on the aquatic resources of three tributaries of the lower Alsea River. The study took place from 1959-1973. Primary objectives included in-depth study of population characteristics of fish species in the studied tributaries, direct and indirect effects of logging on fish, and a comparison of two common logging techniques on physical and biological properties of streams. Part I includes the results of the biological investigations during the study. Part II includes the results of the environmental measurements during the study and can be found here: http://hdl.handle.net/1957/59749 Part III includes discussion, summary, and recommendations based on the study and can be found here: http://hdl.handle.net/1957/59751 There is also a preliminary report that can be found here: http://hdl.handle.net/1957/59756
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