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  • Adams, Jeffrey W.; Booth, D.B. (University of Washington Water Center, 1999)
    Since the early 1980’s biological monitoring has developed as a reliable tool for the assessment of stream and watershed health in an ecological context broader than traditional chemical and habitat assessment. In late ...
  • Palmer, Richard (University of Washington Water Center, 2005-02-17)
    Palmer will define sustainability. He will review recent trends in climate research, and consider the potential impacts of climate on sustainability. Next, he will turn to water demands. He will close by outlining strategies ...
  • Conquest, Loveday (University of Washington Water Center, 2004-02-06)
    Conquest will review traditional sample designs. Next, she will discuss recent advances: ranked set sampling and multiple-panel sampling. She will describe "Visual Sample Plan" software, and then offer some conclusions.
  • Kirkpatrick, DeeAnn (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-05-01)
    Kirkpatrick will discuss stormwater and how to manage stormwater for healthy populations in Puget Sound. She will review how stormwater affects salmon and how stormwater is currently managed in the Puget Sound area. Finally, ...
  • Klinger, Terrie (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-10-09)
    Klinger will present an overview of marine ecosystem management in the San Juan Islands. The general approach: engage in a local, bottom-up planning process for ecosystem-based management, using science to support ...
  • Christie, Patrick (University of Washington Water Center, 2010-02-09)
    Patrick Christie, Associate Professor in the UW School of Marine Affairs and the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, will present an introduction to the coral reefs and fisheries of the Philippines, which are ...
  • Unknown author (University of Washington Water Center, 2010)
    This field protocol describes how to measure dissolved oxygen and electrical conductivity in surface water and sub-surface (hyporheic) water.
  • Haugerud, Ralph (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-02-16)
    Haugerud will present an overview of LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), a new surveying technology. He will discuss looking at the land surface with LiDAR, describing the forest canopy with LiDAR, and a LiDAR data ...
  • Unknown author (University of Washington Water Center, 2010)
    This field protocol describes how to measure transient storage in a stream system.
  • Steel, E. Ashley (University of Washington Water Center, 1999-01)
    This fact sheet describes horizontal viewing discs, which are devices for measuring underwater visibility in moving waters. The fact sheet provides step-by-step instructions for building your own horizontal viewing disc ...
  • Karr, James (University of Washington Water Center, 2004-02-06)
    Karr will discuss humanity's effects on salmon and rivers. He will identify the core problem: flawed indicators and models endorse values that promote unsustainable lifestyles. He will argue that we need improved indicators, ...
  • Quinn, Tom (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-02-18)
    The migrations of salmon and trout are an integral part of their basic biology and are also important for their conservation because migrations define critical habitat and control patterns of fishery exploitation. Decades ...
  • Clarkin, Tobey (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-02-16)
    Clarkin will discuss modeling of Global Positioning system (GPS) accuracy with LiDAR-derived tree canopy density. He will discuss management applications and future directions for this research.
  • Weekes, Anne (University of Washington Water Center, 2010-05-18)
    Significant physical differences between glaciated mountain headwaters and lowland or unglaciated catchments suggest the need for monitoring parameters appropriate to these basins. A conceptual framework based on recent ...
  • MacDonald, Lee H.; Smart, Alan W.; Wissmar, Robert C. (University of Washington Water Center, 1991-05)
    This document provides guidance for designing water quality monitoring projects and selecting monitoring parameters. Although the focus is on forest management and streams in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, a broader ...
  • Moskal, L. Monika (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-02-18)
    Wetlands are valuable ecosystems that benefit society. They allow for gradual recharge of groundwater, provide critical habitat for plants, fish and wildlife, control erosion, mitigate water pollution, provide food and ...
  • Conquest, Loveday; Ralph, Stephen C. (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-05-30)
    Conquest and Ralph will introduce stream and watershed monitoring efforts, including the purpose of monitoring and an evaluation of how we are doing. They will provide an overview of watershed processes. They will review ...
  • Scholz, Jenna; Booth, Derek (University of Washington Water Center, 2000-01)
    This fact sheet introduces monitoring strategies and protocols for urban stream management. The fact sheet presents an approach to crafting the most appropriate monitoring program across a variety of settings. Things to ...
  • Scholz, Jenna; Booth, Derek (Center for Urban Water Resources Management, 1999-01-01)
    Governmental mandates and public awareness have forced progressively smaller and less sophisticated agencies and organizations to initiate stream monitoring programs, particularly in urban and urbanizing areas. Yet many ...
  • Newell, Jenny (University of Washington Water Center, 2004-02-06)
    Newell will present the results of a study investigating the migration behavior of sockeye salmon in Lake Washington. In the study, fish were tagged at the Ballard Locks before they came into Lake Washington. Then they ...

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