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Luna Leopold papers 1910-1998

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged into four sub-series as follows.
  1. Sub-series 1.1. Publications
  2. Sub-series 1.2. Miscellaneous
  3. Sub-series 1.3. Raw Field Data
  4. Sub-series 1.4. Summary Field Data

Series Scope and Contents

This series contains the professional papers of Luna B. Leopold. These materials include publications, project/subject files (including correspondence and statistics), and field data. Further description is at the sub-series and file level.
 

Publications 1948-1998

Sub-series arrangement

Publications in this sub-series are arranged chronologically.

Sub-series scope and contents

This sub-series primarily contains publications and reprints of works by Luna Leopold. It also includes a symposium lecture. All works are by Leopold; a note has been added to individual items denoting co-authors, when applicable.
Box 1, Folder 1

Rainfall distribution - Hawaii's weather forecast problem 1948

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and Charles K. Stidd. Originally published as Reports of the Hawaiian Sugar Technologists, Sixth Annual Meeting, November 1948, Honolulu, T.H.
Box 1, Folder 1.2

A Key to Rain Gauges in Hawaii. Honolulu, Hawaii: Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association: Advertiser Publishing Co., Ltd., ca 1948. (Technical paper (Pineapple Research Institute of Hawaii) ; no. 183).

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold, South Burn, and Charles K. Stidd. Originally published: The Hawaiian planters' record; v. 52, nos. 3-4 (1948).
Box 1, Folder 1.3

A Review of Concepts in Hawaiian Climatology 1949

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and Charles K. Stidd. Originally published: Pacific science ; v. 3, no. 3 (July 1949).
Box 1, Folder 1.4

The Annual Rainfall of East Maui. Honolulu, Hawaii: Experiment Station, Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association, ca 1949. (Technical paper (Pineapple Research Institute of Hawaii); no. 189).

Scope and Contents

Originally published: The Hawaiian planters' record ; 2nd issue (1949).
Box 1, Folder 1.5

Vegetation of Southwestern Watersheds in the Nineteenth Century 1951

Scope and Contents

Abstract: To determine the general conditions of vegetation in pre-grazing days in the Southwest and what changes, if any, have occurred in the last 50 years, the author has inspected and analyzed the original journals of early explorers and travelers and compared early photographs (1895-1903) with more recent ones taken from the same spot. Originally published: The geographical review ; v. 41, no. 2 (1951).
Box 1, Folder 1.6

Rainfall Frequency: An Aspect of Climatic Variation 1951

Scope and Contents

Abstract: Analyses which have been made in the past have shown no significant trend in annual values of rainfall during the period of rainfall records in the southwestern United States. In the present study, frequency of daily rains of various sizes are analyzed for four long-record stations in New Mexico. Frequency of rains of various sizes comprising wet years and dry are compared. Some effects of changes in rainfall frequency on vegetation and erosion are discussed. Originally published: Transactions of the American Geophysical Union; v. 32, no. 3 (June 1951).
Box 1, Folder 1.7

Downstream Change of Velocity in Rivers 1953

Scope and Contents

Abstract: Because river slope generally decreases in a downstream direction, it is generally supposed that velocity of flow also decreases downstream. Analysis of some of the large number of velocity measurements made at stream-gaging stations demonstrates that mean velocity generally tends to increase downstream. Although there are many reaches in nearly all rivers where mean velocity decreases downstream, the general tendency for conservation or for downstream increase was found in all data studied. Originally published: American journal of science ; v. 251 (August 1953).
Box 1, Folder 1.8

River Meanders 1960

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and M. Gordon Wolman. Abstract: Most river curves have nearly the same value of the ration of curvature radius to channel width, in the range of 2 to 3. Meanders formed by meltwater on the surface of glaciers, and by the main current of the Gulf Stream, have a relation of meander length to channel width similar to rivers. Because such meanders carry no sediment, the shapes of the curves in rivers are evidently determined primarily by the dynamics of flow rather than by relation to debris load. Originally published: Bulletin of the Geological Society of America; v. 71 (June 1960).
Box 1, Folder 1.9

Philosophy for Water Development 1961

Scope and Contents

Leopold, Luna B., and E.L. Hendricks. Address by Luna Leopold and E. L. Hendricks, U.S. Geological Survey, at the National Water Research Symposium, Washington, D.C., March 28, 1961.
Box 1, Folder 1.10

Rivers 1962

Scope and Contents

Abstract: Rivers are both the means and the routes by which the products of continental weathering are carried to the oceans of the world. Except in the most arid areas, more water falls as precipitation than is lost by evaporation and transpiration from the land surface to the atmosphere. Thus there is an excess of water, which must flow to the ocean. Rivers, then are the routes by which this excess water flows to the ultimate base level. Originally published: American scientist ; v. 50, no. 4 (December 1962).
Box 1, Folder 1.11

Water, Industry, and Myth 1965

Scope and Contents

Speech given by Leopold at the National Water Conference, Sheraton-Park Hotel, Washington, D.C., December 8-9, 1965.
Box 1, Folder 1.12

River Meanders 1966

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and Walter B. Langbein. Abstract: The striking geometric regularity of a winding river is no accident. Meanders appear to be the form in which a river does the least work in turning; hence they are the most probable form a river will take. Originally published: Scientific American ; v. 214, no. 6 (June 1966), p. 60-70.
Box 1, Folder 1.13

Man and Climate 1966

Scope and Contents

Typescript authorized for publication by the Director, U.S. Geological Survey.
Box 1, Folder 1.14

Observations on Unmeasured Rivers 1967

Scope and Contents

Authors: LUna B. Leopold and Herbert E. Skibitzke. Abstract: An analysis of data on hydraulic parameters collected during a single boat trip down a river system is presented, plotted in form of the hydraulic geometry. A dimensionless rating curve is used to estimate bankfull and average discharge for basins of various sizes. Originally published: Geografiska annaler ; v. 49, Ser. A (1967), 2-4.
Box 1, Folder 1.15

Hydrology for Urban Land Planning : A Guidebook on the Hydrologic Effects of Urban Land Use. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey, 1968. (Geological Survey circular ; 554) 1968

Scope and Contents

Abstract: This circular attempts to summarize existing knowledge of the effects of urbanization on hydrologic factors. It also attempts to express this knowledge in terms that the planner can use to test alternatives during the planning process. It also serves as a report on the basic hydrologic conditions of the Brandywine Creek basin, Pennsylvania, prior to the beginning of major urbanization.
Box 1, Folder 1.16

Quantitative Comparison of Some Aesthetic Factors Among Rivers. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey, 1969. (Geological Survey circular ; 620). 1969

Scope and Contents

Abstract: A preliminary attempt to quantify some elements of aesthetic appeal of a landscape while eliminating, insofar as possible, value judgments or personal preferences.
Box 1, Folder 1.17

Trees and Streams : the Efficiency of Branching Patterns 1970

Scope and Contents

Abstract: Extending the analysis of branching patterns of the drainage net of rivers, originated by Horton, the relation of average numbers and lengths of tree branches to size of branch was investigated. It was found that, as in river drainage nets, there is a definite logarithmic relation between branch order and lengths and numbers. Originally published: Journal of theoretical biology ; v. 31, pt. 2 (1971).
Box 1, Folder 1.18

Some Rates of Geomorphological Processes 1972

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and William W. Emmett. Abstract: Summarizes three sets of measurement data on certain processes: rate of movement of soil on hillslopes, especially by mass movement or slow gravitational creep; downslope creep measured in modified Young Pits; and, changes in the channel width of a small perennial stream. Originally published: Geographia polonica ; 23 (1972).
Box 1, Folder 1.19

River Channel Change with Time : An Example 1973

Scope and Contents

Abstract: Monumented channel cross sections were resurveyed over a period of 20 years (1953 to 1972) to determine the amount and kind of change of channel area and position on a 3.7-square mile basin, Watts Branch near Rockville, Maryland. Despite a trend toward increasing cross-sectional area, the net result after 20 years was a channel smaller by 20 percent than it had been originally. Urbanization did not alter the rate of channel migration. Originally published: Geological Society of America bulletin ; v. 84 (June 1973). Leopold's address as retiring president of the Geological Society of America, Minneapolis, Minn., November 1972.
Box 1, Folder 1.20

Bedload Measurements, East Fork River, Wyoming 1976

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and William W. Emmett. Abstract: A bedload trap in the riverbed provided direct quantitative measurement of debris-transport rate in the East Fork River, Wyoming, a basin of 466 km( drainage area. Traction load moves only during the spring snow melt season. Data collected in three spring runoff seasons showed that transport rate is correlated with power expenditure of the flowing water and at high flows becomes directly proportional to power as suggested by Bagnold. Originally published: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences ; v. 73, no. 4 (April 1976).
Box 1, Folder 1.21

1976 Bedload Measurements, East Fork River, Wyoming 1977

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and William W. Emmett. Abstract: Quantitative measurements of bedload-transport rate in the East Fork River, Wyoming, show large spatial and temporal variabilities in traction load. Originally published: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences ; v. 74, no. 7 (July 1977).
Box 1, Folder 1.22

Base Level, Aggradation, and Grade 1979

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and William B. Bull. Abstract: The influence of local base level and the effects of a change of base level can be separated from the influence of hydrologic and geomorphic processes with the basin under certain conditions: 1) observed changes in the longitudinal profile by aggradation or degradation when a local base level is lowered or raised while the basin remains unchanged; 2) observed changes in aggradation and/or degradation of a valley fill alluvium during periods of unchanging local base level. Originally published: Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society ; v. 123, no. 2 (April 1979).
Box 1, Folder 1.23

Techniques and Interpretation: the Sediment Studies of G.K. Gilbert 1980

Scope and Contents

Abstract: The laboratory experiments on sediment transport conducted by G.K. Gilbert differed importantly in technique from such studies of more recent date. Gilbert's flume was level and could not be altered in slope. Sediment was introduced at the upper end at a predetermined rate and deposition built a bed gradient sufficient to transport the introduced load. The adjustment of slope in Gilbert's flume has contributed to the idea widely held by geologists that a river achieves equilibrium by adjusting its slope to provide just the velocity required for the transportation of the supplied load. Originally published: Geological Society of America ; special paper 183 (1980).
Box 1, Folder 1.24

The Alexandrian Equation 1987

Scope and Contents

Abstract: Discusses the combination of technology, strategy, and leadership in solving hydrologic problems. Originally published: Landa, Edward R., and Simon Ince, eds. The history of hydrology. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union, 1987. (History of Geophysics; v. 3).
Box 1, Folder 1.25

Ethos, Equity and the Water Resource 1990

Scope and Contents

Abstract: Discusses two concepts from ancient history and their relevance to the field of water in the modern age: 1) democratic governance at the will of the people was effective and responsive as long as there existed an ethos in administration, guiding beliefs even though unwritten into law; 2) democratic guidance was effective when equity-fairness to all-was not submerged to private or narrow interests. The Abel Wolman Distinguished Lecture, February 1990, National Research Council.
Box 1, Folder 1.26

Ethos, Equity, and the Water Resource 1990

Scope and Contents

"The Abel Wolman 1990 Distinguished Lecture." Originally published: Environment; v. 32, no. 2 (March 1990).
Box 1, Folder 1.27

Lag Times for Small Drainage Basins 1991

Scope and Contents

Abstract: Over a period of ten years, simultaneous measurement of storm rainfall and resulting runoff during individual storms were made in small basins in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. By simple measurement, without any recording devices, data collected define a relation of basin lag time, expressed as time between center of mass of rainfall and center of mass of runoff, is a specific measure of some basin characteristics including the effect of urbanization. Originally published: Catena; v. 18, no. 2 (April 1991).
Box 1, Folder 1.28

Base Level Rise: Gradient of Deposition 1992

Scope and Contents

Abstract: A rise in base level, as behind a check dam, causes deposition of sediment. When deposition is complete, the gradient of the deposited surface is only about half that of the original channel. This new gradient does not increase with time. No known method of computation explains how incoming sediment is transported over the low gradient zone of deposition. Originally published: Israel Journal of Earth Sciences; v. 41 (1992).
Box 1, Folder 1.29

Hydrology of Some Tidal Channels in Estuarine Marshland Near San Francisco 1993

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold, J. N. Collins, and L. M. Collins. Abstract: Measurements of velocity, depth, discharge, and slope were simultaneously made at ten gages along a natural estuarine channel 19,000 feet in length in Petaluma Marsh, California. Along the study reach the channel decreases from a width of 47 feet at its mouth to nearly zero at its headward extent, with accompanying decrease in depth. Though gage height varies with time in a smooth sinusoidal manner at all stations, this is not true for velocity, discharge, or slope. Originally published: Catena; v. 20 (October 1993).
Box 1, Folder 1.30

Valley Changes in the Mediterranean and America and Their Effects on Humans 1998

Scope and Contents

Authors: Luna B. Leopold and Claudio Vita-Finzi. Abstract: River valleys in the Mediterranean, the Near East, the southwestern United States, and Mexico have repeatedly alternated between alluviation and erosion, changing the availability of water and agricultural land. The timing and magnitude of the various episodes suggest that the principal cause is a shift in precipitation patterns. Human activity has distorted the severity and the initiation of these changes that have at times been beneficial and at other times detrimental to the local population. Originally published: Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society ; v. 142, no. 1 (March 1998).
 

Miscellaneous 1938-1991

Sub-series scope and contents

This sub-series contains an assortment of materials related to specific locations. Materials include data, analyses, correspondence, utility records, and photographs.
Box 2, Folder 1

Cerrito Creek at 400 Vermont Ave., Berkeley, drainage area 42 acres 1978-1983

Scope and Contents

Simultaneous rainfall and streamflow observations and analyses recorded by Leopold at his home in Berkeley, California.
Box 2, Folder 2

Berkeley rainfall frequency analysis 1983

Scope and Contents

Includes summary of statistical results for rainfall in the Berkeley area, 1897-1982, 24-hour precipitation maximum values, 1964-1982, summary of statistical results for annual rainfall in Oakland, 1874-1980, etc.
Box 2, Folder 3

San Lorenzo River, Santa Cruz, California 1974-1977

Scope and Contents

Materials related to the San Lorenzo River, including: correspondence, reprints, a chronology of Santa Cruz flood events, Santa Cruz County ordinances and proposals, brochures and other materials from Save San Lorenzo River Association, and a set of drawings by the City of Santa Cruz, Public Works Department, Engineering Division.
Box 2, Folder 4

Pinole Creek near Pinole gaging station 1938-1980

Scope and Contents

Materials sent to Leopold in 1993 by East Bay Municipal Utility District. File consists of photocopies of station data from 1938-1980 (the station was closed in 1980), discharge measurements, correspondence, photographs, and station descriptions.
Box 2, Folder 5

San Pablo creek above Orinda filter plant 1982-1991

Scope and Contents

Daily mean discharge records compiled by East Bay Municipal Utility District for water years 1983-1990.
 

Field Data - Raw Data 1910-1985

Sub-series arrangement

Materials in this sub-series are arranged alphabetically.

Sub-series scope and contents

Hydrologic data for Pacific Slope basins, California, compiled by Leopold for 65 stream gaging stations presented in tabular form on a single sheet (62 x 42 cm.), including channel width, channel depth, and streamflow velocity at bankfull stage. Completed U.S.G.S. Water Resources Division 9-207 forms for 60 stations documenting discharge measurements and channel dimensions, arranged in folders in Boxes 3-4 alphabetically by station name.
Box 3, Folder 3.0

Hydrologic Data for Pacific Coast Basins including width, depth, velocity at bankfeld, compiled by Luna B. Leopold 1985

Box 3, Folder 3.1

Alameda Creek at Union City 1966-1972

Box 3, Folder 3.2

Alameda Creek near Niles 1965-1972

Box 3, Folder 3.3

Alamitos Creek near New Almaden 1965-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.4

Albion River near Comptche 1964-1969

Box 3, Folder 3.5

Arroyo Corte Madera del Presidio at Mill Valley 1965-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.6

Arroyo de la Laguna near Pleasanton 1969-1972

Box 3, Folder 3.7

Arroyo del Hambre at Martinez 1965-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.8

Arroyo Hondo near San Jose 1968-1973

Box 3, Folder 3.9

Arroyo Mocho near Livermore 1965-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.10

Arroyo Mocho near Pleasanton 1965-1972

Box 3, Folder 3.11

Arroyo Seco near Pleasanton 1961-1985

Box 3, Folder 3.12

Arroyo Valle above Lang Canyon near Livermore 1965-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.13

Arroyo Valle near Livermore 1965-1970

Box 3, Folder 3.14

Arroyo Valle at Pleasanton 1965-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.15

Big River, South Fork, near Comptche 1964-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.16

Big Sulphur Creek near Cloverdale 1964-1972

Box 3, Folder 3.17

Black Butte River near Covelo 1964-1975

Box 3, Folder 3.18

Bull Creek near Weott 1964-1979

Box 3, Folder 3.19

Butano Creek near Pescadero 1965-1974

Box 3, Folder 3.20

Colma Creek at South San Francisco 1964-1972

Box 3, Folder 3.21

Corralitos Creek at Freedom 1964-1980

Box 3, Folder 3.22

Corte Madera Creek at Ross 1964-1979

Box 3, Folder 3.23

Coyote Creek near Gilroy 1965-1972

Box 3, Folder 3.24

Coyote Creek near Madrone 1965-1972

Box 3, Folder 3.25

Dry Creek near Cloverdale 1965-1978

Box 3, Folder 3.26

Dry Creek near Geyserville 1978-1983

Box 3, Folder 3.27

Dry Creek at Union City 1964-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.28

Eel River at Alderpoint 1955-1966

Box 3, Folder 3.29

Eel River at Fort Seward 1965-1985

Box 3, Folder 3.30

Eel River at Scotia 1910-1985

Box 3, Folder 3.31

Eel River, Middle Fork, near Dos Rios 1965-1983

Box 3, Folder 3.32

Eel River, South Fork, near Branscomb 1963-1970

Box 3, Folder 3.33

Elder Creek near Branscomb 1967-1985

Box 3, Folder 3.34

Garcia River near Point Arena 1965-1979

Box 3, Folder 3.35

Los Gatos Creek at Los Gatos 1965-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.36

Maacama Creek near Kellogg 1964-1978

Box 3, Folder 3.37

Mill Creek near Covelo 1964-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.38

Milliken Creek near Napa 1970

Box 3, Folder 3.39

Napa Creek at Napa 1970-1971

Box 3, Folder 3.40

Napa River near Napa 1965-1970

Box 3, Folder 3.41

Napa River near St. Helena 1965-1970

Box 3, Folder 3.42

Novato Creek at Novato 1965-1970

Box 3, Folder 3.43

Noyo River near Fort Bragg 1965-1979

Box 3, Folder 3.44

Outlet Creek near Longvale 1964-1978

Box 3, Folder 3.45

Patterson Creek at Union City 1965-1972

Box 4, Folder 3.46

Pescadero Creek near Pescadero 1965-1980

Box 4, Folder 3.47

Pilarcitos Creek at Half Moon Bay 1966-1972

Box 4, Folder 3.48

Redwood Creek near Napa 1965-1971

Box 4, Folder 3.49

Redwood Creek at Redwood City 1965-1972

Box 4, Folder 3.50

Rheem Creek at San Pablo 1965-1972

Box 4, Folder 3.51

Russian River near Guerneville 1978-1984

Box 4, Folder 3.52

Russian River near Ukiah 1965-1980

Box 4, Folder 3.53

Salmon Creek at Bodega 1964-1972

Box 4, Folder 3.54

San Gregorio Creek at San Gregorio 1969-1980

Box 4, Folder 3.55

San Lorenzo Creek at Hayward 1965-1972

Box 4, Folder 3.56

San Lorenzo Creek at San Lorenzo 1967-1972

Box 4, Folder 3.57

San Lorenzo River at Big Trees 1965-1980

Box 4, Folder 3.58

San Lorenzo River near Boulder Creek 1969-1980

Box 4, Folder 3.59

San Ramon Creek at San Ramon 1965-1972

Box 4, Folder 3.60

San Ramon Creek at Walnut Creek 1965-1971

Box 4, Folder 3.61

Saratoga Creek at Saratoga 1965-1971

Box 4, Folder 3.62

Sonoma Creek at Boyes Hot Springs near Agua Caliente 1965-1971

Box 4, Folder 3.63

Soquel Creek at Soquel 1966-1979

Box 4, Folder 3.64

Tenmile Creek near Laytonville 1963-1974

Box 4, Folder 3.65

Upper Penitencia Creek at San Jose 1965-1971

Box 4, Folder 3.66

Uvas Creek near Gilroy 1966-1980

Box 4, Folder 3.67

Uvas Creek above Uvas Reservoir near Morgan Hill 1965-1974

Box 4, Folder 3.68

Walker Creek near Tomales 1960-1979

Box 4, Folder 3.69

Walnut Creek at Concord 1968-1972

 

Field Data - Summary Data undated

Sub-series arrangement

The materials in this sub-series are arranged alphabetically by station name.

Sub-series scope and contents

Holograph discharge vs. hydraulic geometry graphs; flood frequency analyses; rating curves; and other miscellaneous data for 20 California Pacific Slope basin stations.
Box 4, Folder 4.1

Corte Madera Creek at Ross undated

Box 4, Folder 4.2

Coyote Creek near Gilroy undated

Box 4, Folder 4.3

Coyote Creek near Madrone undated

Box 4, Folder 4.4

Milliken Creek near Napa undated

Box 4, Folder 4.5

Napa Creek at Napa undated

Box 4, Folder 4.6

Napa River near Napa undated

Box 4, Folder 4.7

Napa River near St. Helena undated

Box 4, Folder 4.8

Pinole Creek at Pinole undated

Box 4, Folder 4.9

Redwood Creek near Napa undated

Box 4, Folder 4.10

Redwood Creek at Redwood City undated

Box 4, Folder 4.11

Rheem Creek at San Pablo undated

Box 4, Folder 4.12

Salmon Creek at Bodega undated

Box 4, Folder 4.13

San Lorenzo Creek near Boulder Creek undated

Box 4, Folder 4.14

San Lorenzo Creek at Hayward undated

Box 4, Folder 4.15

San Pablo Creek undated

Box 4, Folder 4.16

San Ramon Creek at San Ramon undated

Box 4, Folder 4.17

San Ramon Creek at Walnut Creek undated

Box 4, Folder 4.18

Walker Creek near Tomales undated

Box 4, Folder 4.19

Walnut Creek at Concord undated

Box 4, Folder 4.20

Walnut Creek at Walnut Creek undated

 

Term papers 1967-1986

Series Arrangement

There is no clear arrangement to the materials in this series. The arrangement is either the original order or an arrangement created during initial processing of the materials by WRCA staff in 1988. The papers are individually numbered and these numbers are preserved in the scope and content notes at the item level.

Series Scope and Contents

This series is a collection of consists of term papers compiled by Professor Luna B. Leopold, while teaching at UC Berkeley. These are chiefly graduate papers from Landscape Architecture 222, but also includes papers from various Geology courses. Note: there are no items numbered 10, 13, 18, 24-27, 29, 34, or 44.
Box 5, Folder 1

Bjork, Jack. Channel changes and runoff characteristics at Prosser and Sagehen Creeks, California 1976

Scope and Contents

Item 1. Term paper submitted to Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 2

Vincent, Kirk R. An example investigation of storm runoff from a small urbanized watershed: Berkeley, California 1981

Scope and Contents

Item 2. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 3

Riley, Ann L. Some effects of urbanization measured on Wildcat Creek, Richmond 1975

Scope and Contents

Item 3. Term paper for Stream Biology, Prof. Erman, University of California, Riverside.
Box 5, Folder 4

Wakeman, Nancy. Arroyo Mocho 1974

Scope and Contents

Item 4. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 298, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 5

Walton, Emily T. 10:12 from Hetch Hetchy 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 5. Term paper for Geography 150, Prof. Larson, University of California, Riverside.
Box 5, Folder 6

Holbrook, Nicholas B. River development and natural flow: the Colorado 1967

Scope and Contents

Item 6.
Box 5, Folder 7

Rogers, J. David. Geologic factors affecting hillside profile 1980

Scope and Contents

Item 7. Term paper for "Current topics in geomorphology," Geology 225, Prof. Luna B. Leopold,University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 8

Rogers, J. David. Some general aspects of debris flows 1980

Scope and Contents

Item 8. Term paper for "Current topics in geomorphology," Geology 225, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 9

Lambla, Ken. Second Valley, Inverness, California: flood analysis, hydrology and geomorphology in Second Valley 1982

Scope and Contents

Item 9. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 10

Bentley, David. Impervious surface area study El Cerrito Creek 1982

Scope and Contents

Item 11. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 11

Wieczorek, Gerald F. Landslide handbook for planners: landslides of Wildcat Canyon 1974

Scope and Contents

Item 12. Term paper for Independent Study 211, Prof. Luna B. Leopold and Prof. Robert H. Twiss, University of California, Riverside.
Box 5, Folder 12

Macquarie, Anne. Rating curve and flood frequency curve Pinole Creek at Pinole, California 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 14. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 13

Loux, Jeff. Problem 14-1: Tilden Park topographic map by pace, compass and estimation 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 15. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 14

Poitras, Serge. Problem 2 - Tilden Park map 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 16. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold,University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 15

Sturman, John and Kathleen Williams. Analysis of effect of urbanization on movement of water through a catchment, Codornices Creek 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 17. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 5, Folder 16

Riddle, Elizabeth and Jean Roggenkamp. The effects of urbanization on small urban streams: a study of North Fork Codornices Creek, Berkeley, California 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 19. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 1

Maves, Sharon. Statistical Analysis of Annual Precipitation: Cumulative Frequency Curve for Rainfall Oakland, California 1875-1929 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 20. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 2

Kalker, Alan. The not so great Kensington slide of '82 1982

Scope and Contents

Item 21. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 3

MacDonald, Lee H. A study of Wildcat Creek 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 22. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 4

Adams, Mark. A comparison of two watersheds 1983

Scope and Contents

Item 23. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 5

Leopold, Luna B. Hydrograph lag times for basins in San Francisco Bay Area 1984

Scope and Contents

Item 28. Compiled from data taken by students in Landscape Architecture 222, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 6

Ober, Nan, Donald Friend, and Nancy Dakin. Lag times and hydrologic data sources 1984

Scope and Contents

Item 30. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 7

Manitakos, James. The quantification of the impervious area in a small urban catchment area in a small urban catchment basin: the North Fork of Codornices Creek, Berkeley, CA 1984

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Item 31. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 8

Fitzgibbon, Michael and Stuart Cook. Effects of urbanization on Alamo Creek, Contra Costa County, CA 1984

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Item 32. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 9

Kerlinger, Jane and Carol Simmons. Cross-sectional profile changes in Lower Walker Creek, Marin County, CA, 1976-1984 1984

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Item 33.
Box 6, Folder 10

Molden, Sara. Erosion: use of the Universal Soil Loss Equation and field measurements 1985

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Item 35. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 11

Larsen, Eric. Preliminary hydrologic investigation of two sites on a small creek in Mill Valley, CA 1985

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Item 36. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 12

Gustavson, Andy. Temescal Creek Park, Oakland, CA: hydrologic field observations, Winter, 1986 1986

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Item 37. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 13

Dietzgen, Annemarie and Howard Foster. Bankfull features and other channel characteristics of a portion of Walker Creek 1986

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Item 38. Field project for Landscape Architecture 223, Hydrology for Planners, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 14

Stone, Bethia. Site analysis and effects of channelization on Sausal Creek, Oakland, CA 1985

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Item 39. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 15

Dill, Carol. Laurel Creek, San Mateo, CA 1986

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Item 40. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 7, Folder 1

Fischburg, Paul. Soquel Creek cross section and analysis 1985

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Item 41. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 7, Folder 2

Dhaliwal, David S. Keeler Avenue slide zone study Berkeley Hills, CA 1985

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Item 42. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold,University of California, Berkeley.
Box 7, Folder 3

Dahl, Stephen and Linda Larabee. Channel of doom in Palo Alto baylands marsh 1985

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Item 43. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 7, Folder 4

Raphael, Ellie and Julie Isbill. Mount Diablo Creek below Mitchell Creek 1986

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Item 45. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 7, Folder 5

Kleeck, Nick Van. Wildcat Creek near the 7th hole: observations on a small stream in Berkeley, CA 1986

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Item 46. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 7, Folder 6

Johnson, Margaret Ellen. Muzzi Marsh tributary channel study 1986

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Item 47. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley Field assistance by Phyllis Faber and Ellie Raphael.
Box 7, Folder 7

Prevetti, Laurel and Jeff Loux. Preliminary hydrologic study of Cull Creek: Castro Valley, CA 1983

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Item 48. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 7, Folder 8

Guldman, Sandra. Hydraulic geometry of Triangle Marsh, Corte Madera, CA 1984

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Item 49. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold, University of California, Berkeley.
Box 7, Folder 9

Merrill, Robert and Stuart Siegel. Investigation of a salt marsh tidal prism: Hoffman Marsh, Richmond, CA 1986

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Item 50. Term paper for Landscape Architecture 222, Prof. Luna B. Leopold,University of California, Berkeley.