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Regional-Scale Riparian Vegetation Changes: a Contributor to Hood Canal Dissolved Oxygen Issues?

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Title Regional-Scale Riparian Vegetation Changes: a Contributor to Hood Canal Dissolved Oxygen Issues?
Creator Roberts, Mindy
Subject riparian areas riparian forests coniferous forests Alnus rubra limnology streams hydrobiology estuaries Washington dissolved oxygen water quality hydrochemistry water forested watersheds watershed management
Description Roberts will discuss riparian vegetation changes, and how these may contribute to Hood Canal's dissolved oxygen issues. She will present historical evidence of the shift in plants, based on pollen evidence in Lake Washington. Next, she will describe a study, including an outline of the methods and initial litterfall results. She will conclude by discussing the relevance and potential implications for Hood Canal.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-07-27T17:26:44Z 2011-07-27T17:26:44Z 2005-02-17
Type Presentation
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16997
Language en_US
Relation 2005 Annual Review of Research;Roberts

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