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A New Look at the Quantities and Volumes of Instream Wood in Forested Basins within Washington State
(University of Washington, 2001)
Instream wood is recognized as an important feature linked to channel processes that benefit salmonids. Stream channel assessments and restoration/enhancement efforts often associate salmon habitat quality with the quantity and volume of woody debris. Existing wood targets used to assist resource managers do not adequately ...
Policy Implementation in Collaborative Watershed Management: A Multi-Case Study of Collaborative Efforts under Washington’s Watershed Planning Act
In many parts of the world, collaborative watershed management has become a common approach for place-based water resource governance. This study examined four local-scale collaborative watershed planning efforts that developed Watershed Management Plans under Washington State’s Watershed Planning Act of 1998. These efforts ...