Creek & Watershed Maps of Oakland and Berkeley By Janet M. Sowers.
Published by Oakland Museum of California.
Find your neighborhood creek, and learn about your watershed! The printed version of this map presents both the historical and modern hydroscapes of the western drainages of Northern Alameda County.
Watersheds shown are: Cerrito Creek Codornices Creek, incl. Blackberry Creek, Strawberry Creek, incl. Schoolhouse Creek, Derby Creek, incl. Potter Creek, Temescal Creek, incl. Harwood Creek, Ettie Street Pump Station Watershed, San Antonio Creek (Oakland Estuary), Sausal Creek, East Creek, incl. Peralta, Courtland, & Seminary Creeks, Lion Creek, Arroyo Viejo Elmhurst Creek, partial.
Features include: Creeks of the East Bay is printed on the back side of this map. It shows the creeks of the entire East Bay Region from Martinez to Morgan Hill and Altamont Pass to San Francisco Bay. Additional information on the Lake Merritt Flood of 1962, the Sausal Creek Swimming Hole, Temescal Creek in the 1870s, and Alameda Creek in the 1870s.
Format: Paper map
Publication date: 1993, Rev. 1995, Rev 2000.