Livestock grazing and habitat for a threatened species: Land-use decisions under scientific uncertainty in the White Mountains, California, USA
Author
Kondolf, G. M.
Publication Year
1969
Body

In this scientific opinion, previous work (author’s dissertation and other investigations [Kondolf, 1993 in the RSIS database]) conducted on Paiute cutthroat trout habitat along the North Fork of Cottonwood Creek in Inyo National Forest, California was relied upon to examine the costs and benefits of restoring degraded riparian areas. The costs of riparian and in-stream restoration along with grazing permit fees were also calculated.

Language
en
Keywords
aquatic habitat
cumulative watershed effects
Exclosure
grazing impacts
Oncorhynchus clarki seleniris
Paiute cutthroat trout
public lands
streambank recovery
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