Washington Water Resource: v.11:no.1(2000:winter)
Center for Urban Water Resources Management
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Articles include: Effectiveness of Large Woody Debris in Urban Stream Rehabilitation; Application of Remotely Sensed Data to Regional Analysis and Assessment of Stream Temperature in the Northwest; Performance Evaluation for Ultra-Urban Stormwater Technologies; Scour of Salmonid Spawning Beds in Low Gradient Gravel Bed Rivers.
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