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Title
South County right of way project : preliminary delineation of wetlands and other waters
Creator
H. T. Harvey and Associates
Santa Clara Valley Water District
Date Created and/or Issued
2014-05-20
Publication Information
H. T. Harvey & Associates
Contributing Institution
Santa Clara Valley Water District
Collection
California Revealed from Santa Clara Valley Water District
Rights Information
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Rights Holder and Contact
Santa Clara Valley Water District
Date of Copyright
2014-05-20
Description
Abstract: H. T. Harvey & Associate[s] biologists surveyed the Biological Survey Area (BSA) for the South County Right of Way Project in Santa Clara and San Benito Counties, California for jurisdictional features that may be subject to regulation under the Clean Water Act, administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). . . . Approximately 4,412 square freet of potential jurisdictional waters were identified within the BSA, including 4,250 square feet of Section 404 wetlands and 162 square feet of Section 404 other waters situated below the ordinary high water mark of Tennant Creek, an unnamed tributary that drains into Ortega Creek, and Elephant Head Creek. All potentially jurisdictional features connect with Pajaro River, a traditionally navigable water that empties into Monterey Bay." -- p.i. "The BSA includes 27 vault locations of the Santa Clara (SCC) and Pacheco Conduits (PC), which are part of the San Felipe Division conduit and tunnels supplying raw water to both the Santa Clara Valley Water District (SCVWD) and the San Benito County Water District (SBCWD)." -- p.1. Table of Contents: 1.0. Introduction -- 2.0. Survey methods -- 3.0. Survey results and discussion -- 4.0. Literature cited -- Appendix A. Plants observed -- Appendix B. Soil survey of eastern Santa Clara area / Soil Conservation Service, 1974 , Soil survey, San Benito County, California / Soil Conservation Service, 1969 -- Appendix C. USACE [U.S. Army Corps of Engineers] arid west wetland determination data forms -- Appendix D. Arid west OHWM data forms -- Appendix E. Photo-documentation -- Appendix F. Aquatic resources table.
Type
text
Extent
28 cm.
1 Pages of 1
Identifier
csjvwd_001130
ark:/13960/t88h9pp5q
Language
English
Subject
Wetlands--California--Santa Clara County
Santa Clara Conduit
Pacheco Conduit
Tennant Creek
Pajaro River Watershed
Waters of the United States
Place
Santa Clara Conduit
Pacheco Conduit
Tennant Creek
Provenance
Santa Clara Valley Water District Library
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