Interactions Between Vegetation Patterns, Social Preferences, and Stream Biotic Conditions: an Integrated Approach to Watershed Planning in the Puget Sound Lowlands

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Interactions Between Vegetation Patterns, Social Preferences, and Stream Biotic Conditions: an Integrated Approach to Watershed Planning in the Puget Sound Lowlands

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Title: Interactions Between Vegetation Patterns, Social Preferences, and Stream Biotic Conditions: an Integrated Approach to Watershed Planning in the Puget Sound Lowlands
Author: Shandas, Vivek
Abstract: Shandas will discuss challenges to urban watershed management. He will consider ecological research in urban areas and human preferences for vegetation along urban streams. He will describe a study that investigated how urban ecological information in conjunction with social preferences of watershed residents can aid planners in developing appropriate riparian management strategies. He will cover the conceptual framework, the methods, and the preliminary results of this study. He will conclude by offering management implications.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16996

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