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Cooper DJ, Merritt DM, Andersen DC, and Chimner RA (1999) Factors controlling the establishment of Fremont cottonwood seedlings on the upper Green River River, USA. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 15: 418-440.

CWHR (California Wildlife Habitat Relationships System). Holland RF (1988) Preliminary descriptions of the terrestrial natural communities of California. State of California, The Resources Agency.

Faber PM and Holland RF (1996) Common riparian plants of California: A field guide for the layman. Pickleweed Press, Mill Valley, California.

Fremier AK, Talley TS (2009) Scaling conservation efforts with river hydrology: lessons from blue elderberry distributions along four central California rivers. Wetlands 29(1):150-162.

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Holstein G (1984) California riparian forests: deciduous islands in an evergreen sea. In: R. E. Warner and K. M. Hendrix. California riparian systems: ecology, conservation and productive management. University of California Press, Berkeley, Calif. 1035 p.

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Vaghti MG (2003) Vegetation community classification on 20 combinations of floodplain age 767 and relative elevation: Colusa Bridge to Woodson Bridge, Sacramento River, California. 768 Masters thesis, University of California, Davis. 130 p.

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