The multiscale effects of stream restoration on water quality

@inproceedings{Thompson2018TheME,
  title={The multiscale effects of stream restoration on water quality},
  author={James Thompson and Carey E. Pelc and William R. Brogan and Thomas E. Jordan},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Stream restoration is often considered as an effective watershed management tool to reduce riverine loads of nitrogen, phosphorus, and suspended sediments, and meet government-mandated water quality goals. However, despite the billions of dollars which have been spent on stream restoration, questions remain about its effectiveness for improving water quality, as many studies report either mixed success or lack the adequate methodological framework to detect water quality improvements… CONTINUE READING

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