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KRIS E. Marin Sonoma: Chart Table Page

Area Petaluma River
Topic Sediment: Bank Conditions Summary for San Antonio Creek 2000

Caption:  The Chart Table san_antonio_collins_summary.xls.db shows results from a geomorphic analysis conducted along 6.6 miles of San Antonio Creek, a tributary of the Petaluma River, between September and November, 2000. Data were collected by Laurel Collins. The abbreviations in the table are defined below: Drainage_sqmi=drainage area in square miles, highest_point=highest point in the watershed in feet, mainstem_length=mainstem channel length, study_length=length of study reach in miles, Stable_bank (Eroding, Revett)=combined right and left bank conditions as stable, eroding or reverted in feet, Stable_pct (Eroding, Revett)=the percentage of combined bank lengths as stable, eroding, or reverted, Sed_cuyd=sediment yield in cubic yards, Sed_cuyd_yr=sediment yield in cubic yards per year, Sed_study=sediment yield in study reach, H2O_permits=water rights permits in the watershed, and Grazing=acres of watershed grazed.

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