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Watershed management increases rangeland productivity

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A.H. Murphy

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California Agriculture 30(7):16-16.

Published July 01, 1976

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Not available – first paragraph follows: The need for water in all phases of California's economic development has put strong emphasis on research toward maximum use of this resource. Wildland watersheds supply approximately 95 percent of the state's water. Consequently, an understanding of water-shed management is necessary to obtain the highest water yields.

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Watershed management increases rangeland productivity

A.H. Murphy
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Watershed management increases rangeland productivity

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Authors

A.H. Murphy

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(7):16-16.

Published July 01, 1976

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: The need for water in all phases of California's economic development has put strong emphasis on research toward maximum use of this resource. Wildland watersheds supply approximately 95 percent of the state's water. Consequently, an understanding of water-shed management is necessary to obtain the highest water yields.

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