Watershed Review: v.1:no.4(2003:fall)
Center for Water & Watershed Studies
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Articles include: King of Fish: the Thousand-Year Run of Salmon; Thesis and dissertation abstracts for: Characterizing Lowland Streams, Large Woody Debris in Natural Systems, Impacts of Road Crossings on Creeks, Channel-Initiation in Headwater Streams, and Hypotheic Zones in Puget Lowland Streams; and Snapshot of Current Research: Reproductive Success of Steelhead, Technical Assessment for WRIA 20, Hydrologic Partitioning of Mountain Basins, and Bioavailability of Particulate Phosphorus.
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