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Washington Water Resource: v.11:no.1(2000:winter)

By Center for Urban Water Resources Management

Abstract

Articles include: Effectiveness of Large Woody Debris in Urban Stream Rehabilitation; Application of Remotely Sensed Data to Regional Analysis and Assessment of Stream Temperature in the Northwest; Performance Evaluation for Ultra-Urban Stormwater Technologies; Scour of Salmonid Spawning Beds in Low Gradient Gravel Bed Rivers.

Topics: watersheds, watershed hydrology, watershed management, cooperative research, water, Pacific States, Washington, urban areas, water resources, coarse woody debris, streams, ecological resotration, remote sensing, water temperature, limnology, stormwater, stormwater management, Salmonidae, spawning, breeding sites, stream channels, rivers, gravel
Publisher: University of Washington Water Center
Year: 2000
OAI identifier: oai:digital.lib.washington.edu:1773/19527
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