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Inventory of the Wildcat Creek Restoration Collection, 1984-2001
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Box Box 1, Folder 1

Darlington, David. Trouble on Wildcat Creek, 1984.

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In: Express (Berkeley, Calif.), v. 6, no. 33 (June 1, 1984). Includes interviews with Pete Alexander, Iskander Guy, John Kerekes, Lina Hale, Alan La Pointe, Ann Riley, Lillie Mae Jones, Luna Leopold, and others.
Folder 2

Riley, Ann L. Overcoming federal water policies : the Wildcat-San Pablo creeks case, 1989.

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In: Environment, v. 31, no. 10 (Dec. 1989).
Folder 3

Waterways Restoration Institute. Wildcat Creek restoration and education project, Richmond, California : final report. Berkeley, Calif., July 1997.

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Submitted to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9, San Francisco, Calif.
Folder 4

Waterways Restoration Institute. Restoration plan for Wildcat Creek in Davis Park, City of San Pablo, California. Berkeley, Calif., January 1999.

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Prepared by Graduate Seminar in River Restoration Project Design and Installation for University of California, Riverside, graduate students (Ralph Boniello,Eli Ilano,Corrina Kweskin,Roger Leventhal,Jill Marshall,Katrina Schneider,Mark Spencer,John Stella); prepared for the City of San Pablo.
Folder 5

Waterways Restoration Institute. A mid-course review of the implementation of the Wildcat-San Pablo Creek flood damage reduction project. Berkeley, Calif., January 2000.

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Memorandum report written by Ann L. Riley.
Folder 6

Waterways Restoration Institute. Lower Wildcat Creek restoration project : designed and constructed in 2000, Richmond, California. Berkeley, Calif., 2000.

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Prepared for the California Department of Water Resources, Urban Streams Restoration Program (DWR Grant V-70010).
Folder 7

Riley, Ann L. Wildcat Creek restoration project : a case study in adaptive management, 2001.

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Paper presented at the California Habitat and Floodplain Conference, Sacramento, Calif., March 12-14, 2001.