Engineered channel controls limiting spawning habitat rehabilitation success on regulated gravel-bed rivers

@inproceedings{Brown2008EngineeredCC,
  title={Engineered channel controls limiting spawning habitat rehabilitation success on regulated gravel-bed rivers},
  author={Rocko A Brown and Gregory Pasternack},
  year={2008}
}
In efforts to rehabilitate regulated rivers for ecological benefits, the flow regime has been one of the primary focal points of management strategies. However, channel engineering can impact channel geometry such that hydraulic and geomorphic responses to flow reregulation do not yield the sought for benefits. To illustrate and assess the impacts of structural channel controls and flow reregulation on channel processes and fish habitat quality in multiple life stages, a highly detailed digital… CONTINUE READING

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