SIR References

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Lawson, L., and H. Huth. 2003. Lower Cienegai Creek Restoration Evaluation Project: An Investigation into Developing Quantitative Methods for Assessing Stream Channeli Physical Condition. ADEQ Report # EQR0303. Funded by the Arizona Water Protection Fund Grand # 90-068 WPF. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.

Leake, S. 2014. Simplified, generic groundwater model. Tucson, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey. June 17.

Leenhouts, J.M., J.C. Stromberg, and R.L. Scott (eds.). 2006. Hydrologic Requirements of and Consumptive Ground-Water Use by Riparian Vegetation Along the San Pedro River, Arizona. Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5163. Prepared in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Department of Water Resources, City of Sierra Vista, U.S. Department of Defense, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Reston, VA: U.S. Geological Survey.

Leidy, R.A. 2013. Transcribed Field Notes pertaining to observations made within the Cienegai Creek Watershedi, including Davidson Canyon and Empire Gulch, Pima Co., AZ. San Francisco, California: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. June 28.

Lenart, M. 2007. Global Warming in the Southwest: Projections, Observations and Impacts. Tucson, AZ: The Climate Assessment Project for the Southwest (CLIMAS) Institute for the Study of Planet Earth, University of Arizona. April.

Lite, S.J. 2004. San Pedro River riparian vegetation across water availability and flood disturbance gradients. Arizona Riparian Council 17(2):1, 3–5.

Lite, S.J., and J.C. Stromberg. 2005. Surface water and ground-water thresholds for maintaining Populus–Salix forests, San Pedro River, Arizona. Biological Conservation 125:153–167.