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== Themes ==
== Themes ==
* Land use:
** [[Fort Ord]]
*** [[Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA)]]
** [[Conversion of Carr Lake to a Multi-Use Park]]
** [[Harkins Slough and Expansion of Urban Land Use at Watsonville]]
** [[Oak Woodland Protection Plans]]
*** [[Sudden Oak Death (SOD)]]
** [[Use of Sloped Areas in Monterey County]]
** [[Potential watershed impacts on Elkhorn Slough]]
** [[Carmel River Floodplain Restoration and Environmental Enhancement (Carmel River FREE) Project]]
**[[Monterey Pine Forest]]
**[[Monterey Pine Forest]]

Revision as of 16:37, 25 February 2021

The ENVS 560/L Watershed Systems class in the M.S. in Environmental Science program at CSUMB is taught by Dr Fred Watson and Dr Doug Smith each spring (2009 - 2021, and counting...). One section of the class involves reviewing, creating, and updating pages for this web site, the CCoWS Wiki.

If you have questions about a page on this web site, please email Dr Fred Watson.

The class has examined a number of environmental summaries and watershed issues, some of which are also listed here:


Specific watersheds

Stakeholders in Environmental Issues

  • Businesses
    • CEMEX is a Mexico-based, global building materials company that owns the CEMEX Lapis Plant in Marina, CA. [1]




This page may contain student work completed as part of assigned coursework. It may not be accurate. It does not necessary reflect the opinion or policy of CSUMB, its staff, or students.


  1. CEMEX Website About Us Page