Northwestern California Tribal Territories Herbicide Monitoring Project Reports

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Reports provide detailed monitoring and study results.

  • Wofford, P., K. Goh, D. Jones, H. Casjens, H. Feng, J. Hsu, D. Tran, J. Medina, and J. White. 2003. Forest Herbicide Residues in Surface Water and Plants in the Tribal Territory of the Lower Klamath River Watershed of California. EH 02-05, PDF (797 kb) Appendices.
  • Michael O' Malley, M.D., M.P.H. 2002. Recognizing Illnesses Related to Forestry Herbicides. Report, PDF (611 kb)
  • Wofford, P., N. Bacey, and K. Goh. 2001. Surface Water Monitoring for Forestry Herbicides in the Yurok Aboriginal Territory of the Klamath River Watershed, Spring 2000. Summary Memo, PDF (269 kb).
  • Jones, D., N. Singhasemanon, D. Tran, J. Hsu, J. Hernandez, and H. Feng. 2000. Surface Water Monitoring for the Pesticides in the Hupa and Karuk Territories. EH 00-12, PDF (3.9 mb).
  • Currie, R.C., Ross, J.H., Dong, M.H., Formoli, T. 1999. Potential Impacts of Forest Herbicide Applications on California’s Native American Basketweavers. Worker Health and Safety Branch Report HS-1762, PDF (165 kb)
  • Jones, D., P. Wofford, and K. Goh. 1999. Results of Surface Water Monitored for Forestry Herbicides in the Yurok Aboriginal Territory of the Klamath River Watershed, Fall 1999. Summary Memo, PDF (106 kb).
  • Jones, D. and  P. Wofford. 1999. Preliminary Results of Surface Water Monitored for Forestry Herbicides in the Yurok Aboriginal Territory in the Klamath River Watershed, Spring 1999. Summary Memo, PDF (203 kb).