Setting River Restoration Priorities: A Review of Approaches and a General Protocol for Identifying and Prioritizing Actions

Setting River Restoration Priorities: A Review of Approaches and a General Protocol for Identifying and Prioritizing Actions

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Beechie, T., Pess, G., Roni, P., Giannico, G. 2008. Setting River Restoration Priorities: A Review of Approaches and a General Protocol for Identifying and Prioritizing Actions. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. American Fisheries Society. Number 28. Pages 891-905

Analysis, Management, Planning, Watershed, Cost-effectiveness, Prioritization, Decision-making

This paper presents an analysis of various restoration planning and prioritization processes. The authors recommend using simple decision support systems when watershed assessment(s) are unavailable or incomplete. When complete watershed assessments are available (i.e., when restoration actions, biological benefits, and associated costs are identified), the authors recommend using cost-effectiveness as the primary decision-making metric.

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