Seasons of Bay Life Mini-Poster
x 18") showing which months of the year are the best times to see migrating waterfowl,
spawning herring, pupping harbor seals, or avocet chicks around the Bay. Full color.
$25--proceeds benefit publication of ESTUARY News magazine.
CAT. NO. 700011EST
Seasons of Bay Life Poster
poster (25 x 38") showing which months of the year are the best times to see migrating
waterfowl, spawning herring, pupping harbor seals, or avocet chicks around the
Bay. Full color. $45--proceeds benefit publication of ESTUARY News magazine.
CAT. NO. 700012EST
Natural History of San Francisco Bay
"eminently readable" 300-page, fully illustrated guide to the body of water at the
heart of the Bay Area. Covers topics including tides, flows, fish and wildlife
populations, ocean and climate cycles, endangered and invasive species, and the
path from civilization to environmental restoration.
CAT. NO. 700013EST
An Examination of Markets for Locally
in Northern California
December 1992, 110 pages. Describes
the general economics and markets for recycled materials. Provides information
on supply and demand conditions for secondary paper and plastic in Northern
California. Also offers recommendations for improving markets for these materials.
$20 + $3 postage and handling
CAT. NO. P93002WAT
Evaluation of Hydrocarbons
in Runoff to San Francisco Bay
December 1985, 138 pages.
Describes results of quantitative and qualitative investigation of oil and
grease in urban stormwater runoff in 15 watersheds within the San Francisco
Bay Area. Discusses impact of land use, oil and grease loading coefficients,
usage of other chemical parameters to indicate oil and grease loadings,
results of modelling loading to San Francisco Bay, and impact of findings on
potential control measures.
$15 + $5 postage and handling
CAT. NO. P83009WAT
Urban Stormwater Treatment at
Coyote Hills Marsh
December 1986, 181 pages. Details the
applicability of creating wetlands for stormwater treatment in the San Francisco
Bay Area. Reports the results of a two-year monitoring study at the Demonstration
Urban Stormwater Treatment [DUST] Marsh at Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont.
Study parameters included: water quality, soil and sediments, vegetation and fish
tissues, with emphasis on fate of heavy metals. The prototype marsh was designed
to test various system configurations for water treatment effectiveness, to maintain
and enhance other uses of the area such as flood control and wildlife habitat, and
to demonstrate the practicality of constructing a treatment wetland.
$20 + $5 postage and handling
CAT. NO. P86001WAT
Manual of Standards for Erosion and
Sediment Control Measures
May 1995, 422 pages. Provides policy
guidance, legal guidelines and technical standards, with sample specifications
for controlling water quality impacts from land use activities in the Bay Area.
Covers control measures for urban or developing areas, with emphasis on control
of construction erosion.
$50 + $5 postage and handling
CAT. NO. P95001WAT
Erosion and Sediment Control Handbook
April 1986, 454 pages. This textbook provides
all of the information needed to select and design erosion control measures for
construction sites. Contents include theory of erosion control, theory and
application of control measures and how to select appropriate measures for your site.
This textbook, a one-of-its-kind, was written for national applicability
and includes useful information not commonly provided in most engineering curricula.
A companion volume, Manual of Standards for Erosion and Sediment Control Measures,
provides detailed construction specifications applicable in California.
$80 + $5 postage and handling
CAT. NO. P86006PLN
Putting the Technology into Practice
April 1991, about 200 pages. Handouts from an all-day ABAG conference
$20 + $5 postage and handling
CAT. NO. P93001WAT