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Effectiveness of large woody debris in stream rehabilitation projects in urban basins

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Title Effectiveness of large woody debris in stream rehabilitation projects in urban basins
Creator Larson, Marit Booth, D.B.
Subject water stream
Description In-stream rehabilitation projects are commonly built in response to problems that result from both local sources and diffuse watershed degradation. Local problems, such as an improperly sized culvert, are relatively easily identified and corrected. Reversing the consequences of watershed degradation, such as channel widening and incision, is much more difficult if conditions that led to stream degradation remain unchecked. Despite this challenge, large amounts of money are being spent on...
Publisher Center for Urban Water Resources Management, University of Washington
Date 2011-03-17T22:26:02Z 2011-03-17T22:26:02Z 2000-03
Type Article
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16377
Language en_US

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