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Hale, S.F., P.C. Rosen, J.L. Jarchow, and G.A. Bradley. 2005. Effects of the Chytrid Fungus on the Tarahumara Frog (Rana tarahumarae) in Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. Available at: http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_p036/rmrs_p036_407_411.pdf. Accessed June 5, 2012.

Hall, D. 2014. Riparian Herpetofauna Locations at LCNCA 2014. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona. July 30.

Haney, J. 2005. Las Cienegas National Conservation Area: Water Use Study. Phase IA - ADWR Well Database Inventory. The Nature Conservancy. January.

Harshbarger and Associates. 1975. Preliminary Draft - Analysis of Groundwater Development Program in the Empire Ranch Area. Prepared for Anamax Mining Company. Tucson, Arizona: Harshbarger and Associates. July 7.

Harshbarger and Associates. n.d. [1975]. Field Notes and Documents Related to Development of Empire Ranch Water Supply. In Helvetia Water Invest - Empire Ranch Invest. Tucson, Arizona: Harshbarger and Associates.

Hatch, M. 2015. Technical Note Regarding Demographic Processes of Fish Species in Cienegai Creek, Arizona. Albuquerque, New Mexico: SWCA Environmental Consultants. February 16.

Hendrickson, D.A., and W.L. Minckley. 1984. Ciénegas: Vanishing climax communities of the American southwest. Desert Plants 6(3):131-174.

Horton, J.L., and J.L. Clark. 2001. Water table decline alters growth and survival of Salix gooddingii and Tamarix chinensis seedlings. Forest Ecology and Management 140:239–247.

Horton, J.L., T.E. Kolb, and S.C. Hart. 2001. Response of riparian trees to interannual variation in ground water depth in a semi-arid river basin. Plant, Cell and Environment 24:293-304.

Hudbay Minerals. 2015a. Analysis of riparian vegetation trends along Cienegai Creek and Empire Gulch. In Letter from Katherine Ann Arnold, Director of Environment, Hudbay Minerals, to Jim Upchurch, Forest Supervisor, Coronado National Forest. Tucson, Arizona: Hudbay Minerals. February 3.

Hudbay Minerals. 2015b. Clarification of revised emissions totals using revised emission factors. In Letter from Katherine Ann Arnold, Director of Environment, Hudbay Minerals, to Jim Upchurch, Forest Supervisor, Coronado National Forest. Tucson, Arizona: Hudbay Minerals. February 3.

Hudbay Minerals. 2015c. Surface water monitoring locations in Davidson and Barrel Canyons. In Letter from Katherine Ann Arnold, Director of Environment, Hudbay Minerals, to Jim Upchurch, Forest Supervisor, Coronado National Forest. Tucson, Arizona: Hudbay Minerals. January 22.

Hudbay Minerals. 2015d. Transmittal of Review of Predicted Impacts to Aquatic Habitati. In Letter from Katherine Ann Arnold, Director of Environment, Hudbay Minerals, to Jim Upchurch, Forest Supervisor, Coronado National Forest. Tucson, Arizona: Hudbay Minerals. January 28.

Hudbay Minerals. 2015e. Water Quality/Water Level Data for the U.S. Forest Service. Tucson, Arizona: Hudbay Minerals. January 16.

Huth, H. 2002. Cienegai Creek Physical Integrity Survey. Appendix Version 1.00. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. August 1.

Huth, H. 2006. Cienegai Creek Physical Integrity Survey. Letter sent to Adam Springer, Cienega Corridor Conservation Council, from Hans Huth, ADEQ Border Program Hydrologist. October 26.

Huth, H. 2014a. Addendum - September 15, 2014. In Lower Cienegai Creek Restoration Evaluation Project: An Investigation into Developing Quantitative Methods for Assessing Stream Channeli Physical Condition. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.

Huth, H. 2014b. Appendix - Raw Data. In Lower Cienegai Creek Restoration Evaluation Project: An Investigation into Developing Quantitative Methods for Assessing Stream Channeli Physical Condition. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.

Huth, H.J. 1996. Hydrogeochemical Modeling of Western Mountain Front Recharge, Upper Cienegai Creek Sub-Basin, Pima County, Arizona. M.A. thesis, Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.