Title:[U.S. environmental history student papers, University of California, Santa Cruz, History 80P]
The woods / by Zachary Giotta -- Methods and techniques of lumbering in Santa Cruz County and their environmental impact /
by Cynthia Stephens --The evolution of Wilder Ranch / Greg Canavero -- Natural erosion of the California coast / Patricia
Fong -- Polluting the sanctuary / Jenny Van Winkle -- The plants of UCSC / Patrick De Rosa -- The rise and fall of the Monterey
Bay sardine industry / by David M. Verhey -- Monterey Bay Sanctuary / Joseph Adams -- The politics behind the Monterey Bay
National Marine Sanctuary / Marcie Bilderback -- Oil and the Monterey Bay Sanctuary / Chad English -- A brief history of Monterey
Bay fishing people and their equipment / Kelly Rae Mattaei -- The environmental history of the southern sea otter in the Monterey
Bay area / Sarah Goldthwait -- Dolphins in Monterey Bay / Bryan Ogan -- The history of Wilder Ranch / Linda Miklosko -- [Untitled
paper] / Drew Monahan -- Geohydrology / [unnamed student author] -- Hydrology of the San Lorenzo (the watershed) / Jeff Battel
Subject:Natural history -- California
Wilder Ranch State Park (Calif.)
Monterey Bay Sanctuary
Includes nine papers relating to the Monterey Bay Sanctuary and two relating to Wilder Ranch State Park and the course outline
and syllabus from professor Alisa Klaus.
17 pieces ; 28 cm.
Origin:No place, unknown, or undetermined