Tidal Wetland Restoration on the Lower Columbia River and Estuary
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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 in the floodplain. This seminar summarizes the management context and describes applied ecological research designed to inform future project designs and to validate the cumulative effects of the restoration program.
- The Water Center