Guertin, D. Philip
Levick, Lainie R.
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DescriptionSection 1: Introduction, Section 2: Physical Features, Section 3: Biological Resources, Section 4: Social/Economic Characteristics, Section 5: Important Resources, Section 6: Watershed Classification, Section 7: Watershed Management, Section 8: Local Watershed Planning, Section 9: Key Elements, Appendix A: Table 1, Appendix B: Suggested Readings, Appendix C: RUSLE, Appendix D: AGWA
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