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Browsing The Water Center by Subject "dams (hydrology)"

Browsing The Water Center by Subject "dams (hydrology)"

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  • Anderson, Joseph H. (University of Washington Water Center, 2005-02-17)
    Anderson will discuss salmon colonization. He will define homing versus straying, and review the history of salmon colonization. He will describe a project to pass salmon above Landsburg Dam in Washington State. This study ...
  • Bohle, Todd (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-03-03)
    Bohle will present: 1. Three recent studies. 2. Current understanding. 3. Approaches. 4. Available tools, models and information needs. 5. Unknowns and on-going challenges. He will sum up what has been learned: 1. ...
  • Shaffer, Anne (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-04-25)
    Shaffer will provide an overview of the Elwha watershed. She will describe the impact of the Elwha and Glines Canyon dams on the Elwha nearshore area, in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Finally, she will review several projects ...
  • Naiman, Robert (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-02-14)
    Naiman will introduce the concept of environmental flows, also known as ecological flows, or environmental water allocations. He will discuss the rationale, as well as the scientific advances and challenges in determining ...
  • Anderson, Joseph H. (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-10-20)
    Joseph Anderson will begin with a brief history of efforts to colonize Chinook salmon, as well as some alternative hypotheses. Next, he will present a research project that examined the success of Chinook and coho salmon ...
  • Diefenderfer, Heida (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-05-12)
    Habitat restoration along 235 kilometers of the Columbia River below Bonneville Dam is meant to support endangered juvenile salmonids on their migration to the Pacific Ocean by reestablishing lost tidal marshes and swamps ...
  • Lundquist, Jessica (University of Washington Water Center, 2010-02-17)
    Lundquist will provide a brief history of the Cedar River watershed. She will consider how climate change is likely to affect the watershed. Next, she will present an overview of interactions between trees and snow. She ...
  • Center for Water & Watershed Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2003)
    Articles include: Salmon or Power?; Non-Point Source Nutrient Impacts on Streams; Hydrologic Monitoring of the Seattle Ultra-Urban Stormwater Management Projects; New book on restoration.
  • Center for Water & Watershed Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2004)
    Articles include: Riparian Buffer Functions Along Lowland Agricultural Streams; Red Alder on the Rise -- Making a Comeback both Economically and Ecologically; "Normative Flows" in Urbanizing Watersheds; Snapshot of Research: ...

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