Sonoma Creek Watershed sediment source analysis, mapping, and project prioritization

Sonoma Ecology Center has conducted research since 1996 to ascertain the sources of sediment pollution in Sonoma Creek and plan work to reduce pollution. Working with regulators, academic and consulting scientists, and the natural resource stakeholder community, we designed, implemented, and maintain a research and monitoring program focused on sediment pollution sources; designed and implemented a spatially explicit set of criteria for determining high-priority sediment reduction projects; and regularly implement such projects and monitor their success.

Below is an index to these projects and materials:

Sediment Source Analysis, Sonoma Creek Watershed, California. Final Report
http://knowledge.sonomacreek.net/SSA<

Stream Sediment Monitoring
http://knowledge.sonomacreek.net/montype/stream-sediment-monitoring

A transferable protocol to identify and prioritize sites for watershed restoration under Clean Water Act Programs
http://knowledge.sonomacreek.net/TMDL_Planning<

Developing Prioritization Criteria for Reach-Scale Enhancement and Incision/Erosion Projects in Sonoma Creek Watershed
http://knowledge.sonomacreek.net/319h2011<

Addressing the Sediment Problem in Sonoma Creek Watershed
http://knowledge.sonomacreek.net/addressing-sediment-problem<

Measuring Sediment in Jack London's Streams: Sonoma Creek Watershed, Sonoma County
http://knowledge.sonomacreek.net/node/308<

Please see also a complete listing at http://knowledge.sonomacreek.net/search/node/sediment<

Sonoma Creek Watershed sediment source analysis, mapping, and project prioritization data, by Station

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