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Initial Biological Responses at a Restored Floodplain Habitat, Hansen Creek, Washington

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Title Initial Biological Responses at a Restored Floodplain Habitat, Hansen Creek, Washington
Creator Cordell, Jeffrey R. Stamatiou, Lia Toft, Jason D. Armbrust, Elizabeth A.
Subject salmonids Hansen Creek floodplain habitat
Description Streams with intact floodplain connections are important to juvenile salmonids during their freshwater residence, providing refuge during periods of high flow as well as prey produced in emergent marsh and terrestrial riparian habitats. Habitat restoration was undertaken in 2009-2010 on lower Hansen Creek, Washington, with the goal of recovering these important lower elevation freshwater floodplain functions. The project converted 140 acres of isolated floodplain into 53 acres of alluvial fan... Upper Skagit Tribe
Date 2012-02-23T22:12:12Z 2012-02-23T22:12:12Z 2012
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/19630
Relation SAFS-UW-;1201

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