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Monitoring Stream and Watershed Restoration

By: Roni, Philip.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: USA : American Fisheries Society; 2005Edition: First ed.Description: 300 p.ISBN: 0851999077 (paperback); 9780851999074 (paperback).Subject(s): FisheriesDDC classification: 639.92 Roni 20020 1st 2005 Fisheries Summary: The degradation of aquatic systems through human activities has led to large efforts throughout the world to restore aquatic habitats for economic, cultural and environmental reasons. Nowhere is this more evident than in temperate streams, rivers and estuaries, where huge investments have been made to improve and restore habitats for plant and animal wildlife, particularly fish populations. This book provides a comprehensive, practical resource for developing monitoring and evaluation programs for freshwater habitat restoration at various scales. Its unique emphasis is on how to monitor effects at habitat unit (site), reach and watershed scales. Numerous examples are given, particularly of restoration activities for coolwater biota and salmonid fishes. However, the principles discussed are relevant worldwide.
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The degradation of aquatic systems through human activities has led to large efforts throughout the world to restore aquatic habitats for economic, cultural and environmental reasons. Nowhere is this more evident than in temperate streams, rivers and estuaries, where huge investments have been made to improve and restore habitats for plant and animal wildlife, particularly fish populations. This book provides a comprehensive, practical resource for developing monitoring and evaluation programs for freshwater habitat restoration at various scales. Its unique emphasis is on how to monitor effects at habitat unit (site), reach and watershed scales. Numerous examples are given, particularly of restoration activities for coolwater biota and salmonid fishes. However, the principles discussed are relevant worldwide.

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