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The Application of Science to Address Management and Restoration-Related Questions in the Cedar River Municipal Watershed

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Title The Application of Science to Address Management and Restoration-Related Questions in the Cedar River Municipal Watershed
Creator Bohle, Todd
Subject watersheds watershed management wetland conservation local government roads soil erosion coarse woody debris streams dams (hydrology) habitat conservation water floods hydrologic models
Description Bohle will present: 1. Three recent studies. 2. Current understanding. 3. Approaches. 4. Available tools, models and information needs. 5. Unknowns and on-going challenges. He will sum up what has been learned: 1. Always keep focused on hypotheses. 2. Know the precision of the data to be collected. 3. Attempts to assess power of different panel designs specious without data from one or more endpoints/variables for 2 or more years. 4. Review and, if needed, update protocols annually. 5.... Seattle Public Utilities Watershed Management Division.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-03-30T22:15:10Z 2011-03-30T22:15:10Z 2009-03-03
Type Presentation Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16432
Language en_US

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