UCNRS - Santa Cruz Island Reserve

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Fluvial system response to late Pleistocene-Holocene sea-level change on Santa Rosa Island, Channel Islands National Park, California scir Mar 27, 2017 9:13:00 PM
GPR Investigations of Chumash Indians Sites on Santa Cruz Island, California, USA scir Mar 27, 2017 9:07:43 PM
High-Resolution LiDAR Pointcloud Data Processing, Computation, and Visualization with Application to Erosion Analysis of the California Channel Islands scir Sep 7, 2016 9:02:51 PM
Characterizing spatial and temporal patterns of cloud cover and fog inundation for the Northern Channel islands of California scir Sep 7, 2016 8:58:27 PM
Community Based Fisheries Research on California Spiny Lobster (Panulirus interruptus) at the Santa Barbara Channel Islands scir Sep 7, 2016 8:42:42 PM
Food & Fertility in Prehistoric California: A Case-study of Risk-Reducing Foraging Behavior and Population Growth from Santa Cruz Island, California scir Sep 7, 2016 6:42:59 PM
Ancient Plant Use and the Importance of Geophytes among the Island Chumash of Santa Cruz Island, California scir Sep 7, 2016 6:17:13 PM
The Hillslope Signature of Knickpoints Resulting from Stream Capture, Coastal Processes, and Resistant Bedrock on Santa Cruz Island, CA: Insights from an Automated Knickpoint-Selection Algorithm scir Sep 7, 2016 5:24:57 PM
Tectonics of the Southern California Borderland scir Sep 6, 2016 8:10:09 PM
Fluvial system response to late Pleistocene-Holocene sea-level change on Santa Rosa Island, Channel Islands National Park, California scir Sep 6, 2016 8:02:40 PM

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Santa Cruz Island Reserve is located on the largest of roughly 25 miles from Santa Barbara, California's eight Channel Islands off the Southern California coast. The island has two major mountain systems flanking a central valley that formed along an active fault zone. The mountains are rugged and cut by steep-sided canyons, some with perennial streams and freshwater springs. The coastline is mostly steep and rocky, with some protected coves and sandy beaches. Diverse habitats include rocky intertidal zones, coastal sage scrub, chaparral, grasslands, oak woodlands, and bishop pine forests.

http://nrs.ucop.edu/reserves/santac_cruz_island/santa_cruz_island.htm

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