Channel-dynamic Control on the Establishment of Riparian Trees after Large Floods in Northwestern California

@inproceedings{Lisle2001ChanneldynamicCO,
  title={Channel-dynamic Control on the Establishment of Riparian Trees after Large Floods in Northwestern California},
  author={Thomas E. Lisle},
  year={2001}
}
2 Research Hydrologist, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Arcata, Calif. Abstract: Large floods in northwestern California in the past two decades have mobilized extensive areas of valley floors, removed streamside trees, and widened channels. Channel cross sections were surveyed to illustrate an hypothesis on the linkage between sediment transport, colonization of channel margins by trees, and streambank recovery. Riparian… CONTINUE READING