Riparian Ecology and Management in the Pacific Coastal Rain Forest

  title={Riparian Ecology and Management in the Pacific Coastal Rain Forest},
  author={Robert J. Naiman and Robert E. Bilby and Peter Bisson}
Articles T he last two decades have seen an enormous global research effort focused on understanding the dynamics and managerial uses of riparian zones. Riparius, a Latin word meaning " belonging to the bank of a river, " refers to biotic communities living on the shores of streams, rivers, ponds, lakes, and some wetlands. Riparian zones strongly influence the organization, diversity, and dynamics of communities associated with aquatic ecosystems (Gregory et al. 1991, Décamps 1996). Riparian… CONTINUE READING
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