The morphology of streams restored for market and nonmarket purposes: Insights from a mixed natural‐social science approach

@inproceedings{Doyle2015TheMO,
  title={The morphology of streams restored for market and nonmarket purposes: Insights from a mixed natural‐social science approach},
  author={Martin W. Doyle and Jai Singh and Rebecca Lave and Morgan M. Robertson},
  year={2015}
}
We use geomorphic surveys to quantify the differences between restored and nonrestored streams, and the difference between streams restored for market purposes (compensatory mitigation) from those restored for nonmarket programs. We also analyze the social and political-economic drivers of the stream restoration and mitigation industry using analysis of policy documents and interviews with key personnel including regulators, mitigation bankers, stream designers, and scientists. Restored streams… CONTINUE READING

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