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    • Effectiveness of large woody debris in stream rehabilitation projects in urban basins 

      Larson, Marit; Booth, D.B. (Center for Urban Water Resources Management, University of Washington, 2000-03)
      In-stream rehabilitation projects are commonly built in response to problems that result from both local sources and diffuse watershed degradation. Local problems, such as an improperly sized culvert, are relatively ...
    • Macroinvertebrate Monitoring of Redmond and Blakely Ridge Ephemeral Streams 

      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 ...