Connectivity and Variability: Metrics for Riverine Floodplain Backwater Rehabilitation

@inproceedings{Shields2013ConnectivityAV,
  title={Connectivity and Variability: Metrics for Riverine Floodplain Backwater Rehabilitation},
  author={Fletcher Douglas Shields and Scott S. Knight and Richard E. Lizotte and Daniel G. Wren},
  year={2013}
}
Stream Restorat Approaches, Anal Geophysical Mon This paper is not s Published in 2011 10.1029/2010GM The importance of floodplain aquatic habitats that are seasonally or periodically connected to the main channel (backwaters) within lowland riverine ecosystems is well established. However, backwaters are becoming rare as development is transforming floodplain landscapes. Therefore, rehabilitation, protection, and management of riverine backwaters are becoming increasingly common, with annual… CONTINUE READING

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