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Browsing The Water Center by Subject "research methods"

Browsing The Water Center by Subject "research methods"

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  • Unknown author (University of Washington Water Center, 2010)
    This field protocol describes how to collect surface and hyporheic (sub-surface) water samples.
  • Unknown author (University of Washington Water Center, 2010)
    This field protocol describes how to install piezometers into the water table to measure and determine the direction of water movement.
  • Wishnie, Mark; McClintick, Anna; Hansen, Jim; Bob, Frank (University of Washington Water Center, 1999)
    The Lummi Natural Resources Riparian Zone Restoration Project (RZRP) was initiated three years ago as part of an ongoing effort to restore and enhance salmon habitat and Northwest coastal ecosystems. In January of 1999 ...
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Unknown author (University of Washington Water Center, 2010)
    This field protocol describes how to measure transient storage in a stream system.
  • Ryan, Clare; Ise, Jennifer; Wolf, Kathleen (University of Washington Water Center, 2000-08)
    This fact sheet describes a research project looking into intervention programs and how they can encourage adoption of behavior changes to accomplish specific water quality objectives. The fact sheet will outline the ...
  • Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Hill, Kristina; Botsford, Erik; Booth, Derek B. (University of Washington Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2003-03)
    Because of the profound effect of urban development on aquatic systems, characterizing the land cover of a region is critical for a variety of resource management applications. In the Pacific Northwest, this characterization ...
  • Unknown author (2010)
    This field protocol describes how to sample freshwater invertebrates.
  • Unknown author (University of Washington Water Center, 2010)
    This field protocol describes how to survey stream cross-sections to give a representation of the geology of the channel.

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