Urban Stream Rehabilitation in the Pacific Northwest
Booth, Derek B.
Karr, James R.
Konrad, Christopher P.
Morley, Sarah A.
Larson, Marit G.
Henshaw, Patricia C.
Nelson, Erin J.
Burges, Stephen J.
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Our goal in this project has been to develop a robust approach to urban stream rehabilitation, using examples from the Puget Lowland region of western Washington, that blends knowledge from the physical, biological, and social sciences by: 1) documenting the consequences of urban development on urban streams; 2) understanding the causes of the resulting ecological degradation; and 3) using that understanding to evaluate rehabilitation strategies and techniques.
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