Detecting Biological Responses to Flow Management : Missed Opportunities ; Future Directions

@inproceedings{Souchon2008DetectingBR,
  title={Detecting Biological Responses to Flow Management : Missed Opportunities ; Future Directions},
  author={Yves Souchon and CATHERINE SABATON and ROBERT DEIBEL and D. Reiser and Jeffrey L. Kershner and M Gard and Christos Katopodis and P. J. T. Leonard and N. LeRoy Poff and WILLIAM J. MILLERj and BERTON LEE LAMBk},
  year={2008}
}
  • Yves Souchon, CATHERINE SABATON, +8 authors BERTON LEE LAMBk
  • Published 2008
The conclusions of numerous stream restoration assessments all around the world are extremely clear and convergent: there has been insufficient appropriate monitoring to improve general knowledge and expertise. In the specialized field of instream flow alterations, we consider that there are several opportunities comparable to full-size experiments. Hundreds of water management decisions related to instream flow releases have been made by government agencies, native peoples, and non… CONTINUE READING
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