Salmonid Spawning Streams, Sonoma Creek Watershed, circa 1930-1977

Authors: 
Arthur Dawson
Publication Date: 
2005
Publisher: 
Sonoma Ecology Center
Publication Place: 
Sonoma CA
Abstract: 

This GIS layer is part of the Sonoma Creek Watershed Historic Salmonid Habitat and Abundance GIS Mapping Project. See link to Related Works below to download the Final Report with maps.

This GIS layer shows salmonid spawning streams, based on 1930-1977 California Fish and Game Stream Surveys and the SECSonoma Ecology Center is a not-for-profit organization located in the Sonoma Valley. http://sonomaecologycenter.org Oral History Project. Spawning scores are values assigned to each stream, based on comments in the surveys: 100 = second hand report of steelhead; 200= first-hand observation of steelhead; 300 = identification as spawning stream; 400 = spawning stream with identified redd.

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Keywords: 
Vector digital data; Fish habitat; Salmonids; Steelhead; Spawning; Historical ecology; Bedrock Creek; Kenwood tributary to Sonoma Creek
Progress: 
Complete
Name: 
Arthur Dawson
Organization: 
Sonoma Ecology Center
Address: 
P.O. Box 1486, Eldridge, CA 95431
Phone: 
707-996-0712
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Salmonid Spawning Streams, Sonoma Creek Watershed, circa 1930-1977 data, by Station

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