The natural resources of Carpinteria Marsh: their status and future

MacDonald, Keith B. and Fullerton, E.C. and Speth, John W. and Browning, Bruce M. (1976) The natural resources of Carpinteria Marsh: their status and future. Sacramento, CA, California Department of Fish and Game, (Coastal Wetland Series, 13)

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Abstract

The purpose of this report is: 1) to document the natural resources of Carpinteria Marsh, 2) outline the uses those resources receive, 3) enumerate the problems and conflicts of use that affect those resources, and 4) recommend measures that will protect and enhance the marsh and its resources. It is intended as a guide for citizens, planners and administrators of all private and public entities interested in the status and future of the marsh. This report has been prepared under contract to and fully funded by the Office of Biological Services of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The goals and purpose of this federal office are to review the impact on fish and wildlife resources of land, mineral and water development practices, such as offshore oil and gas exploration, development and production; construction of inshore pipeline canals and refineries; power plant construction/operation and urban development. This report, and five other southern California reports, covering Agua Hedionda (San Diego County), Anaheim Bay-Huntington Harbor (Orange County), Mugu Lagoon (Ventura County), the Northern Santa Barbara County Coastal Wetlands and the Nipomo Dunes and Wetlands (San Luis Obispo County), are scheduled to be part of the Department's "Coastal Wetland Series" that includes reports on the natural resources of Upper Newport Bay (Orange County), Goleta Slough (Santa Barbara county), Bolinas Lagoon (Marin County), Elkhorn Slough (Monterey County), San Diego Bay and Los Penasquitos Lagoon (San Diego County), Morro Bay (San Luis Obispo County), Humboldt Bay and the Eel River Delta (Humboldt County), Lake Earl and the Smith River Delta (Del Norte County) and Bodega Harbor (Sonoma County). (103pp.)

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: The natural resources of Carpinteria Marsh: their status and future
Personal Creator/Author:
CreatorsEmail
MacDonald, Keith B.
Fullerton, E.C.
Speth, John W.
Browning, Bruce M.
Series Name: Coastal Wetland Series
Number: 13
Date: 1976
Publisher: California Department of Fish and Game
Place of Publication: Sacramento, CA
Latitude: 34.2403
Longitude: 119.321
Uncontrolled Keywords: natural resources; Carpinteria Marsh; California
Subjects: Ecology
Pollution
Biology
Environment
Item ID: 537
Depositing User: Joan Parker
Date Deposited: 25 Jan 2008 14:46
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 21:50
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/537

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