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    • Differences in West Coast Watersheds and the Streams They Create 

      Booth, Derek (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-02-14)
      Booth will discuss how unique watersheds create unique streams. Understanding or predicting stream behavior can't always be done by borrowing knowledge from somewhere else, because the watersheds that create these streams ...
    • Down Under: Hyporheic Zones and Their Function 

      Reidy, Catherine Ann; Clinton, Sandra Mae (University of Washington Water Center, 2004-01)
      This fact sheet describes hyporheic zones: their fundamental characteristics, their functions, and management implications. Further readings are also suggested.
    • Geology, Network Topology, and Spatial Scaling of Trout Distribution in Headwater Catchments 

      Torgersen, Christian (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-02-14)
      Torgersen will describe different types of drainage pattern networks in river systems, as well as network topology, corridors, and pathways. He will present a study about isolated headwater populations of trout. He will ...
    • Landscape Pattern, Stream Network Structure, and Fish Distribution in Headwater Catchments 

      Torgersen, Christian (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-01-10)
      Torgersen will describe a study investigating coastal cutthroat trout. He will evaluate landscape disturbance, spatial patterns, and explanatory models. Finally, he will offer conclusions about the links between geology, ...
    • Valley-Scale Landscape Structure as a Component of Hydrologic Response in Complex Mountain Basins 

      Weekes, Anne (University of Washington Water Center, 2005-02-17)
      Weekes will describe her research into the underlying landscape structure and its effects on the hydrologic regime of mountain watersheds. She will provide context, outline her research design, and present results and conclusions.
    • Watershed Review: v.2:no.4(2005) 

      Center for Water & Watershed Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2005)
      Articles include: Declining Mountain Snowpack in the Western U.S.; Thesis and Dissertation Abstracts: Riparian buffer function with respect to nitrogen transformation and temperature, Particulate phosphorus bioavailability ...