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   1. Eubanks, C. 2002. *A soil bioengineering guide for streambank and
   lakeshore stabilization*. San Dimas, CA (444 E. Bointa Ave., San Dimas
   91773): U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Technology and
   Development Program.

   1. International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Sablefish,
   Mark E. Wilkins, and Mark W. Saunders. 1997. *Biology and management of
   sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria papers from the International Symposium on
   the Biology and Management of Sablefish, Seattle, Washington, 13-15 April
   1993*. Seattle, Wash: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and
   Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service.

   1. United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources, and
   Noel J. Raufaste. 1996. *Wind and seismic effects proceedings of the
   28th Joint Meeting of the U.S.-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural
   Resources, Panel on Wind and Seismic Effects*. Gaithersburg, MD:
   National Institute of Standards and Technology.

   1. Cooper, David J. 1989. *A handbook of wetland plants of the Rocky
   Mountain region*. [Denver, Colo.]: EPA Region VIII.

   1. Micheletti, W. C. 1988. *Proceedings: fish protection at steam and
   hydroelectric power plants : San Francisco, California, October
28-30, 1987*.
   Palo Alto, Calif: EPRI.

   1. United States. 1988. *Final environmental impact statement:
   California vegetation management*. Sacramento, Calif: The Office.

   1. Eicher, George J. 1987. *Turbine-related fish mortality: review and
   evaluation of studies*. Palo Alto, Calif: EPRI.

   1. Electric Power Research Institute. 1986. *Assessment of downstream
   migrant fish protection technologies for hydroelectric application*.
   Palo Alto, Calif: Electric Power Research Institute.

   1. Hansen, E. Marshall, L. C. Schreiner, and John F. Miller. 1982.
   of probable maximum precipitation estimates: United States east of the
   105th meridian*. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National
   Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

   1. Rolston, Dennis Eugene. 1980. *Denitrification as affected by
   irrigation frequency of a field soil*. Ada, Okla: Robert S. Kerr
   Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S.
   Environmental Protection Agency.

   1. Bovee, Ken D. 1978. *Probability-of-use criteria for the family
   Salmonidae*. Fort Collins, Colo: Dept. of the Interior, Fish and
   Wildlife Service, Office of Biological Services, Western Energy and Land
   Use Team, Cooperative Instream Flow Service Group.

   1. Hansen, E. Marshall, Francis K. Schwarz, and John T. Riedel.
1977. *Probable
   maximum precipitation estimates, Colorado River and Great Basin drainages*.
   Silver Spring, Md: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric

   1. Stewart, B. A. 1975. *Control of water pollution from cropland*.
   [Washington]: Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service.

   1. Burgi, P. H. 1971. *Tentative: ice problems in winter operation :
   recommendations for research*. Denver: Engineering and Research Center.