Effectiveness of Large Woody Debris in Stream Rehabilitation Projects in Urban Basins

Effectiveness of Large Woody Debris in Stream Rehabilitation Projects in Urban Basins

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Larson, M. 2000. Effectiveness of Large Woody Debris in Stream Rehabilitation Projects in Urban Basins. Center for Urban Water Resources Management, King County, WA.

Assessment, Best management practice, Erosion, Hydrology, Restoration, Streams, Stream restoration, Urban, Urbanization, Watershed, BMPs, Wildlife, Streambank protection, Bank erosion, Geomorphology, Biology, Instream structures, Wood products

This report describes a study of the impacts of in-stream large woody debris (LWD) placement on the physical structure, biological integrity, and overall condition of six streams in King County, Washington (U.S.).

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