River restoration: the fuzzy logic of repairing reaches to reverse catchment scale degradation.

@article{Bernhardt2011RiverRT,
  title={River restoration: the fuzzy logic of repairing reaches to reverse catchment scale degradation.},
  author={Emily S Bernhardt and Margaret A Palmer},
  journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America},
  year={2011},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={1926-31}
}
River restoration is an increasingly common approach utilized to reverse past degradation of freshwater ecosystems and to mitigate the anticipated damage to freshwaters from future development and resource-extraction activities. While the practice of river restoration has grown exponentially over the last several decades, there has been little empirical evaluation of whether restoration projects individually or cumulatively achieve the legally mandated goals of improving the structure and… CONTINUE READING
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