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Vegetation References

Anderson, M. Kat, Michael G. Barbour, and Valerie Whitworth. 1998. A world of balance and plenty, pp 12-47 in: Ramon A. Gutierrez and Richard J. Orsi (eds.), Contested Eden: California before the Gold Rush, University of California Press, Berkeley, California.

Bakker, E. 1984. An island called California. Second edition. University of California Press, Berkeley, California.

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Barbour, Michael, Bruce Pavlik, Frank Drysdale, and Susan Lindstrom. 1993. California’s changing landscapes: diversity and conservation of California vegetation. California Native Plant Society, Sacramento, California.

Barbour, Michael G. and Valerie Whitworth. 1994. California’s living landscape. Fremontia 22(3):3-13.

Critchfield, W.B. 1971. Profiles of California vegetation. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper PSW-76, Berkeley, California.

Jensen, D.A., et al. 1993. In our own hands: a strategy for conserving California’s biodiversity. University of California Press, Berkeley, California.

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Pavlik, B.M., P.C. Muick, S.G. Johnson, and M. Popper. 1991. Oaks of California. Cachuma Press, Los Olivos, California.

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Griffin, James R and William B. Critchfield. 1972. The distribution of forest trees in California. USDA Forest Service, Research Paper PSW-82, Berkeley, California.

Lanner, R.M. 1999. Conifers of California. Cachuma Press, Los Olivos, California.

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Geology References

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Hill, D.P., Eaton, J.P., and Jones, L. M., 1990, Seismicity, 1980-86. in Wallace, R. E.,ed., 1990, The San Andreas Fault System, California, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1515, p. 115-151.

Irwin, W. P., 1990, Geology and plate tectonic development, in Wallace, R. E., ed., 1990, The San Andreas Fault System, California, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1515, p. 61-80.

Jennings, C. W., 1977, Geologic Map of California, 1:750,000, California Division of Mines and Geology, Sacramento.

Jennings, C. W., and Strand, R. G., 1960, Geologic Map of California Ukiah Sheet, 1:250,000, California Division of Mines and Geology, Sacramento.

McPhee, J., 1993, Assembling California, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, New York, 304 p.

Moores, E. M., Sloan, D., and Stout, D. L., 1999, Classic Cordilleran Concepts: a View from California, Geological Society of America Special Paper 338, 489 p.

Sims, J. D., 1988, Late Quaternary climate, tectonism, and sedimentation in Clear Lake, Geological Society of America Special Paper 214, 225p.

Unruh, J. R., Davisson, M.L., Criss, R.E., and Moores, E. M., 1992, Implications of perennial saline springs for abnormally high fluid pressures and active thrusting in western California, Geology, v. 20, p. 431434.

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Clear Lake References

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Horne, A.J. 1975. The ecology of the Clear Lake phytoplankton.: Clear Lake Algal Research Unit, Lakeport CA.

McLendon, S., and M.J. Lowy. 1978. Eastern Pomo and Southeastern Pomo. In Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 8, California, R.F. Heizer (ed.). Pp. 306-323.

McLaughlin, R.J. and J.M. Donnelly-Nolan (eds.) 1981. Research in the Geysers-Clear Lake Geothermal Area, Northern California. U.S. G.S. Professional Paper 1141.

Murphy, G.I. 1951. The fishery of Clear Lake, Lake County, California. Calif. Fish and Game 37: 439-484.

Palmer, L.L. 1881. History of Lake and Napa Counties, California. Slocum, Bowen & Co., San Francisco.

Richerson, P.J., T.H. Suchanek, and S.J. Why. 1994, The causes and control of algal blooms in Clear Lake, Clean Lakes diagnostic/feasibility study for Clear Lake, California.Report prepared for Lake County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, California Department of Water Resources, and United States Environmental Protection Agency. Division of Environmental Studies, University of California, Davis, CA

Simoons, F.J. 1952. The settlement of the Clear Lake Upland of California. MA thesis, Geography, University of California-Berkeley.

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Stone, L. 1874. XX. Report on operations in California in 1873. A. Clear Lake. 1. Field work in the winter of 1872-3. Report of the Commissioner for 1872 and 1873, Part II. United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries. Pp. 377-381.

Suchanek, T.H., P.J. Richerson, L.H. Mullen, L.L. Brister, J.C. Becker, A. Maxon, and D.G. Slotton. 1997. Interim final report: the role of the Sulphur Bank Mercury Mine site (and associated hydrogeological processes) in the dynamics of mercury transport and bioaccumulation within the Clear Lake Aquatic Ecosystem. Report to the United States Environmental Protection Agency Superfund Program, Region IX. Department of Environmental Science and Policy, University of California, Davis, CA.

United States Environmental Protection Agency. 1994. Remedial investigation/feasibility study. Sulphur Bank Mercury Mine Superfund Site Clearlake Oaks, California. United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 9, San Francisco.

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