Hydrological stability assessments of Saunders Creek and No Name Creek watersheds were initiated in October, 2003. these two watersheds were selected due to their high Equivalent Clearcut Areas and the need to conduct mountain pine beetle salvage operations. The three components of the hydrological stability assessment are a Channel Assessment, a Riparian Assessment and a Sediment Source Survey.
Berry, John. 2004. Hydrological stability assessment of the Saunders Creek and No Name Creek (Gerimi Area) Watersheds. Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Forest Science Program. Forest Investment Account Report. FIA2004MR101