Integrated Stream and Wetland Restoration: A Watershed Approach to Improved Water Quality on the Landscape

Integrated Stream and Wetland Restoration: A Watershed Approach to Improved Water Quality on the Landscape

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Richardson, C.J., Flanagan, N.E., Mengchi, H., Pahl, J.W. 2011. Integrated stream and wetland restoration: A watershed approach to improved water quality on the landscape. Ecological Engineering. Elsevier, New York, NY. Volume 37, Issue 1. Pages 25-39
nutrients, restoration, sediment, stormflow, stream, urban, watershed
A multi-phase stream and wetland restoration project was completed in Upper Sandy Creek in North Carolina. The project resulted in a functioning riparian hydrology, which reduced downstream water pulses, nutrients, coliform bacteria, sediment, and stream erosion.

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