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Links 1 through 10 of 41 by Bruce Thomas tagged Butte-Creek

Engineering of California's water infrastructure- built to serve agriculture and urban areas- has severely impacted the overall health of these river systems by reducing and altering flows, blocking passage of fish, restricting geomorphic processes by disconnecting rivers from their floodplains, and dewatering wetlands. With the exception of the Cosumnes River, every major river in the Central Valley (Sacramento Valley + San Joaquin Valley) has been dammed in the Sierra foothills over the last 50 years, thus changing the physical face of the Central Valley and altering the ecosystem.

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The CVPIA directed California's Central Valley Project to: "include fish and wildlife protection, restoration, and mitigation as project purposes having equal priority with irrigation and domestic use and fish and wildlife enhancement as a project purpose equal to power generation."

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Local information. People, places & things in Chico, California and surrounding areas of Butte County.

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Kayaking, rafting & canoeing guides for whitewater rivers and creeks in California. Road maps and topographic maps to the rivers, put-in & take-out locations, whitewater ratings for river sections. Hyperlinks to online & printed river guides, river flow data, trip reports, photo galleries, videos, other recreation activities nearby.

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Describes plants that grow wild in California, both native plants and weeds. Interactive map of all watersheds shows the locations where different plants can be found in the 58 counties in California. Plants are described via scientific & common names, native vs. introduced, growth habit, photo and observations.

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Specializing in fisheries biology, water, and wildlife resource management for rivers and creeks in the Central Valley of California. Cosumnes River, Calaveras River, Mokelumne River, San Joaquin River, Tuolumne River, Merced River, Stanislaus River, Sacramento River, Battle Creek, Clear Creek, Butte Creek, Big Chico Creek, Deer Creek, Mill Creek, Stony Creek.

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The 2003 settlement that ultimately allowed PG&E to exit bankruptcy contained an unprecedented Land Conservation Commitment to protect and enhance approximately 220 sq mi of watershed lands and in the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain ranges. Battle Creek, Feather River, Butte Creek, Kern River, Pit River, Stanislaus River, Mokelumne River, Kings River, Yuba River, Bear River, Middle Fork American River.

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