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An Assessment of Large Woody Debris and Riparian Forest Resources at Ellsworth Creek Watershed and a Comparison of Riparian Management Options

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Title An Assessment of Large Woody Debris and Riparian Forest Resources at Ellsworth Creek Watershed and a Comparison of Riparian Management Options
Creator Rentmeester, Steven A.
Subject coarse woody debris stream channels riparian forests watershed hydrology hydrologic models aquatic habitat habitat conservation forest thinning decision support systems streams Washington watershed management
Description The objective of this research is to conduct a watershed scale analysis of instream large woody debris, channel characteristics, and riparian forest structure of the Ellsworth Creek Watershed in coastal Southwest Washington. Data will be utilized to stratify the riparian forest and stream channels into homogeneous units, for which restoration prescriptions can be developed. Additionally the data will serve as a baseline for modeling the effects of proposed restoration activities on large... Professor Loveday Conquest; The Nature Conservancy of Washington; US Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; The Center for Water and Watershed Studies; School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
Publisher University of Washington
Date 2011-08-12T16:44:43Z 2011-08-12T16:44:43Z 2004
Type Thesis
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/17050
Language en_US

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