by Centers for Water and Wildland Resources, University of California in Davis .
Written in English
|Other titles||Summary of the Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project report, Summary of the SNEP report|
|Series||Wildland Resources Center report ;, no. 39, Report (University of California (System). Wildland Resources Center) ;, no. 39.|
|Contributions||Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project., University of California (System). Centers for Water and Wildland Resources.|
|LC Classifications||QH76.5.S54 S73 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||97116672|
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35 Status of Aquatic Invertebrates Nancy A. Erman 36 Status of Riparian Habitat G. Mathias Kondolf, Richard Kattelmann, Michael Embury, Don C. Erman SECTION IV: AGENTS OF CHANGE IN THE SIERRA NEVADA 37 An Overview of Fire in the Sierra Nevada Kevin S. McKelvey, Carl N. Skinner, Chi-ru Chang, Don C. Erman, Susan J. Husari, David J. A great and informitive read! The History of the Sierra Nevada covers a broad swath of California history. The book progresses from the time when Indian tribes were the only inhabitants of the Sierra, to the first hesitant, sometimes unwise (Donner party),forays into the Sierra by the first California immigrants; finally culminating in the the creation of the Sierra Club and a discussion /5(13). The Sierra Nevada (/ s i ˌ ɛr ə n ɪ ˈ v æ d ə,-ˈ v ɑː d ə /) is a mountain range in the Western United States, between the Central Valley of California and the Great vast majority of the range lies in the state of California, although the Carson Range spur lies primarily in Sierra Nevada is part of the American Cordillera, an almost continuous chain of mountain Coordinates: 36°34′43″N °17′31″W / . Spine title: Status of the Sierra Nevada. Series Wildland Resources Center report ; no. Note Erratum inserted in v.'s 1, 3 & Addendum. SNEP = Sierra .