Using Technical Adaptive Management to Improve Design Guidelines for Urban Instream Structures

Using Technical Adaptive Management to Improve Design Guidelines for Urban Instream Structures

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Johnson, P.A, Tereska, R.L., Brown, E.R. 2002. Using technical adaptive management to improve design guidelines for urban instream structures. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA. Volume 38, Number 4. Pages 1143-1152
restoration, stream, urban
The principles of adaptive management were applied to a monitoring study of three urban stream restoration sites in Maryland. Data were collected and evaluated for various restoration techniques, including vanes, cross vanes, step pools, root wads, imbricated riprap walls, and coir fiber rolls. Improvements to the existing Maryland design guidelines and policies were developed.

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