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Accurately measuring productive capacity in streams is challenging, and field methods have generally focused on the limiting role of physical habitat attributes (e.g. channel gradient, depth, velocity, substrate). Because drift-foraging models uniquely integrate the effects of both physical habitat (velocity and depth) and prey abundance (invertebrate(More)
Population viability analysis (PVA) is an effective framework for modeling species- and habitat-recovery efforts, but uncertainty in parameter estimates and model structure can lead to unreliable predictions. Integrating complex and often uncertain information into spatial PVA models requires that comprehensive sensitivity analyses be applied to explore the(More)
  • Vince Poulin, V A Poulin, Reinhard Muller, Fen Forest, Consulting, Dean Mcgeough +36 others
  • 2002
Preface This guideline document is considered a " 1 st approximation " and represents a compilation of accepted management practices for riparian restoration derived from Forest Renewal BC's Watershed Restoration Program and concurrent operational practices. Emphasis is on a risk-based approach to riparian restoration practices that achieves effective and(More)
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