From Feasibility to Monitoring -- Challengesof Implementing Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration Projects: Snoqualmie Mainstem

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From Feasibility to Monitoring -- Challengesof Implementing Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration Projects: Snoqualmie Mainstem

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Title: From Feasibility to Monitoring -- Challengesof Implementing Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration Projects: Snoqualmie Mainstem
Author: Eastman, Dan; Latterell, Josh
Abstract: Dan Eastman will use a project at the Chinook Bend Natural Area on the Snoqualmie River to demonstrate what it takes to design, permit, and implement a large-scale restoration project in the complex regulatory and social environment of King County. He will focus on explaining how the uncertainty associated with process-based designs in large river systems complicates both implementation and monitoring approaches. In this talk, Josh Latterell will expand on the monitoring discussion from the previous week, specifically explaining the technologies and methodologies that are being used to calculate monitoring metrics and indicators. He will explain how the results will be evaluated and used to inform upcoming projects, and discuss methods for linking monitoring results to future projects.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16387

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