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Local government riparian buffers in the San Francisco Bay Area
California Regional Water Quality Control Board--San Francisco Bay Region
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San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board
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UC Riverside, Library, Water Resources Collections and Archives
Coastal Conservancy and related aquatic resources documentation
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Scope/Content: Title from PDF title screen (viewed Feb. 27, 2007).; "July 2004."; Includes bibliographical references.; Harvested from the web on 2/26/07
33 pages
Riparian areas--Management--Government policy--California--San Francisco Bay Area
Buffer zones (Ecosystem management)--Government policy--California--San Francisco Bay Area

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