Long-term changes in river-floodplain dynamics: implications for salmonid habitat in the Interior Columbia Basin, USA.

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Rivers and their associated floodplains are among the world's most highly altered ecosystems, resulting in billions of dollars in restoration expenditures. Successful restoration of these systems requires information at multiple spatial scales (from localized reaches to broader-scale watersheds), as well as information spanning long time frames. Here, we… (More)

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@article{Tomlinson2011LongtermCI, title={Long-term changes in river-floodplain dynamics: implications for salmonid habitat in the Interior Columbia Basin, USA.}, author={Matthew J. Tomlinson and Sarah E. Gergel and Timothy J. Beechie and MICHELLE M. MCCLURE}, journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America}, year={2011}, volume={21 5}, pages={1643-58} }