Watershed Review: v.2:no.1(2004:winter)
Center for Water & Watershed Studies
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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: Above the dam: the ecology of salmon colonizing new habitat.
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Packman, James J. (University of Washington, 2004)Sediment is naturally delivered to and transported in streams. Anthropogenic activities can alter watershed conditions and affect processes that determine the concentrations, sizes, and frequencies of suspended sediment ...
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