River restoration

@inproceedings{Wohl2005RiverR,
  title={River restoration},
  author={Ellen Wohl and Paul L. Angermeier and Brian Bledsoe and G. Mathias Kondolf and Larry MacDonnell and David M. Merritt and Margaret A Palmer and N. LeRoy Poff and David Tarboton},
  year={2005}
}
[1] River restoration is at the forefront of applied hydrologic science. However, many river restoration projects are conducted with minimal scientific context. We propose two themes around which a research agenda to advance the scientific basis for river restoration can be built. First, because natural variability is an inherent feature of all river systems, we hypothesize that restoration of process is more likely to succeed than restoration aimed at a fixed end point. Second, because… CONTINUE READING
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