Evaluation of potential effects of federal land management alternatives on trends of salmonids and their habitats in the interior Columbia River basin

@inproceedings{Rieman2001EvaluationOP,
  title={Evaluation of potential effects of federal land management alternatives on trends of salmonids and their habitats in the interior Columbia River basin},
  author={Bruce E. Rieman and James T. Peterson and James L. Clayton and P. Howell and Russell F. Thurow and W. R. Thompson and Danny M.T. Lee},
  year={2001}
}
Aquatic species throughout the interior Columbia River basin are at risk. Evaluation of the potential effects of federal land management on aquatic ecosystems across this region is an important but challenging task. Issues include the size and complexity of the systems, uncertainty in important processes and existing states, ¯exibility and consistency in the analytical framework, and an ability to quantify results. We focused on salmonid ®shes and their habitats as indicators of conditions in… CONTINUE READING
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