From Feasibility to Monitoring -- Chellenges of Implementing Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration Projects: Lower Tolt River

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From Feasibility to Monitoring -- Chellenges of Implementing Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration Projects: Lower Tolt River

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Title: From Feasibility to Monitoring -- Chellenges of Implementing Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration Projects: Lower Tolt River
Author: Lackey, Brent; Latterell, Josh
Abstract: Brent Lackey will “tour” the project just completed at the mouth of the Tolt River, and highlight a number of issues and lessons learned along the seven year path to completing this 50 acre restoration effort. He will focus on both the important technical considerations, but also signficant socio-political issues that bear heavily on the success of river restoration work. Then, Josh Latterell will introduce the experimental design and monitoring approach to evaluating the effectiveness of multiple adjoining projects in a before-after-control impact (BACI) framework. In this talk, Josh will explain the rationale for monitoring both structural changes and explicitly tracking key process rates in a hypothesis-based framework.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16386

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lackeyandlatterell.mp3 43.22Mb Unknown View/Open audio recording of the talk
lackey.pdf 9.340Mb PDF View/Open slide presentation accompanying Brent Lackey's talk
TWC_Monitoring_Latterell_Monitoring_1.pdf 2.255Mb PDF View/Open slide presentation accompanying Josh Latterell's talk

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