Should River Restoration Be Based on Classification Schemes or Process Models ? Insights from the History of Geomorphology

@inproceedings{Doyle1999ShouldRR,
  title={Should River Restoration Be Based on Classification Schemes or Process Models ? Insights from the History of Geomorphology},
  author={Martin W. Doyle and Dale Miller and Jon Harbor},
  year={1999}
}
River restoration design requires the application of fluvial geomorphic concepts, and should be expected to apply the techniques concurrent with contemporary thinking and research. Through a brief review of the history of geomorphology over the past century, striking parallels between geomorphic research and river restoration practice become apparent. Namely, restoration design has been, to date, dominated by classification schemes, which are the application of the historical geomorphology… CONTINUE READING

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