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BookBoyd, Milton J.A number of both intentionally and inadvertently introduced species have been in Humboldt Bay for a long time, in some cases going back to the first settlement of the region by Europeans in the mid 1800's. During this survey, we collected and identifi . . .
ArticleAssessment of a Western Canada Goose translocation: Landscape use, movement patterns and population viabilityBlack, Jeffrey M.To provide new hunting opportunities in California and reduce nuisance and damage complaints in Nevada, 645 western Canada geese (Branta canadensis moffi tti) were trapped n moffifi near Reno, Nevada, and released on state wildlife areas around Humbol . . .
BookIdentification and Distribution of Benthic Communities in the Central Portion of Humboldt Bay, CaliforniaRoelofs, Terry D.Under U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Contract Number DACW07-75-0035, benthic invertebrate samples, sediment samples, and trawl samples were collected from North Bay, Samoa, and Eureka Channels during SeptemberNovember 1974. In December 1974 and January . . .
BookCavanagh, William J.Humboldt Bay is one of California's largest natural bays, encompassing over 17,000 acres of water, mud flats and marshes (Figure 1). It is located at latitude 40° 46' N and longitude 124° 14'W. The bay is 22.5 km long and 7.2 km wide, and is composed . . .