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Re: [SJSU_MURPs] Digest Number 234

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  • Mark Roest
    Irvin Dawid or presenters, Since this time conflicts with graduate classes, but the topic is very interesting and not easy to access, it would be wonderful if
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 13, 2003
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      Irvin Dawid or presenters,

      Since this time conflicts with graduate classes, but the topic is very
      interesting and not easy to access, it would be wonderful if the event could
      be recorded, and a file made available with the visual, and transcript or
      audio, information via this site or a web link.

      Regards,

      Mark Roest


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      > 1. History of SC Valley - Thurs, U of SC, 7:30pm
      > From: "irvin dawid" <irvindawid@...>
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      > Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 01:22:44 +0000
      > From: "irvin dawid" <irvindawid@...>
      > Subject: History of SC Valley - Thurs, U of SC, 7:30pm
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      > March 13, 2003
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      > Reconstructing Historical Landscapes in Northern Santa Clara County
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      > 7:30 p.m. at Santa Clara University Daly Science Building, Room 206
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      > Long before concrete and asphalt replaced orchards in the Santa Clara
      > Valley, and even before
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      > orchards and towns began to supplant field crops and ranching, great
      > alterations had already begun
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      > in the land's native ecology. Historical sources can give us some idea of
      > how human activities accelerated
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      > natural processes of change and directly affected the land's vegetation,
      > stream courses, and
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      > marshes, ranging from the oak and sycamore forests of the valley's
      alluvial
      > fans down to the vast tidal
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      > marshlands now being considered for restoration.
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