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Regional, Synchronous Field Determination of Summertime Stream Temperatures in Western Washington
(University of Washignton Water Center, 2001)
Cold-water fisheries can be strongly affected by elevated summertime stream temperatures. The determinants of stream temperature are relatively well understood in the abstract, but their quantification in any given watershed is confounded by the vagaries of groundwater and surface-water inflows and the complex interplay of ...
Differences in West Coast Watersheds and the Streams They Create
(University of Washington Water Center, 2008-02-14)
Booth will discuss how unique watersheds create unique streams. Understanding or predicting stream behavior can't always be done by borrowing knowledge from somewhere else, because the watersheds that create these streams can be very different. For successful stream management, these watershed differences must be recognized.
Monitoring Urban Streams: Strategies and Protocols
(University of Washington Water Center, 2000-01)
This fact sheet introduces monitoring strategies and protocols for urban stream management. The fact sheet presents an approach to crafting the most appropriate monitoring program across a variety of settings. Things to consider when developing a monitoring approach: 1. Monitoring strategy. 2. Management questions. 3. Levels ...
A Tale of Two Rivers: or, It's a Long Way from Tiger Mountain to Topatopa Bluff
(University of Washington Water Center, 2007-05-29)
Booth will present a comparative analysis of Issaquah Creek (Washington) and Santa Paula Creek (California) watersheds. He will discuss these two watersheds, including their geological structures, hillslope stability, and erosion processes. He will also review measurement and prediction of sediment transport.