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Conference Series: Adaptive Management

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2009 Summer Specialty Conference: Adaptive Manangement of Water Resources II
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort
Snowbird, Utah
June 29-July 1, 2009

Conference Proceedings

Adaptive Management of Water Resources, Mark Colosimo & Donald F. Potts, Missoula, MT 158 papers/abstracts (June 26-28, 2006) (TPS-06-2) (ISBN 1-882132-71-8) CD-ROM (Specialty Conference)
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Impact Issues on Adaptive Management

All AWRA members are mailed Impact bimonthly, and may view back issues online.

May 2006 - Adaptive Management of Water Resources

Related JAWRA Journal Articles

  1. Riparian Ecosystem Management Model: Sensitivity to Soil, Vegetation, and Weather Input Parameters
    Ik-Jae Kim, Stacy L. Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn Hutchinson, and C. Bryan Young
    View Abstract
  2. Use of a Wetland Index to Evaluate Changes in Riparian Vegetation After Livestock Exclusion
    Marc C. Coles-Ritchie, David W. Roberts, Jeffrey L. Kershner, and Richard C. Henderson
    View Abstract
  3. ECONOMIC VALUATION OF RIPARIAN BUFFER AND OPEN SPACE IN A SUBURBAN WATERSHED
    Zeyuan Qiu, Tony Prato Gerry Boehrn
    View Abstract
  4. HABITAT AND FISH RESPONSES TO MULTIPLE AGRICULTURAL BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN A WARM WATER STREAM
    Lizhu Wang, John Lyons, Paul Kanehl
    View Abstract
  5. POST-HARVEST RIPARIAN BUFFER RESPONSE: IMPLICATIONS FOR WOOD RECRUITMENT MODELING AND BUFFER DESIGN
    Michael K. Liquori
    View Abstract
  6. RIPARIAN LAND USES AND PRECIPITATION INFLUENCES ON STREAM BANK EROSION IN CENTRAL IOWA
    George N. Zaimes, Richard C. Schultz, Thomas M. Isenhart
    View Abstract
  7. INFLUENCE OF HERBIVORY ON REGROWTH OF RIPARIAN SHRUBS FOLLOWING A WILDLAND FIRE
    Kathleen A. Dwire, Sandra E. Ryan, Laura J. Shirley, Danna Lytjen, Nick Otting Mark K. Dixon
    View Abstract
  8. A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A WETLAND ASSESSMENT METHOD: THE CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCE
    Martha A. Sutula, Eric D. Stein, Joshua N. Collins, A. Elizabeth. Fetscher Ross Clark
    View Abstract
  9. HOW RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEMS ARE PROTECTED AT LAKE TAHOE
    John Cobourn
    View Abstract
  10. WATERSHED SCALE INVENTORY OF EXISTING RIPARIAN BUFFERS IN NORTHEAST MISSOURI USING GIS
    Joseph P. Herring, Richard C. Schultz Thomas M. Isenhart
    View Abstract
  11. RIPARIAN COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATED WITH PACIFIC NORTHWEST HEADWATER STREAMS: ASSEMBLAGES, PROCESSES, AND UNIQUENESS
    John S. Richardson, Robert J. Naiman, Frederick J. Swanson David E. Hibbs
    View Abstract
  12. FOREST HARVESTING AND STREAMWATER INORGANIC CHEMISTRY IN WESTERN NORTH AMERICA: A REVIEW
    Michael C. Feller
    View Abstract
  13. SUSPENDED SEDIMENT DYNAMICS IN SMALL FOREST STREAMS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
    Takashi Gomi, R. Dan. Moore Marwan A. Hassan
    View Abstract
  14. ABATEMENT OF GROUND WATER PHOSPHATE IN GIANT CANE AND FOREST RIPARIAN BUFFERS
    Christopher R. Blattel, Karl W.J. Williard, Sara G. Baer James J. Zaczek
    View Abstract
  15. INTEGRATING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT STREAM NATURALIZATION NEAR CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
    Rebecca J. Wade, Bruce L. Rhoads, Jose Rodriguez, Melinda Daniels, David Wilson, Edwin E. Herricks, Fabian Bombardelli, Marcelo Garcia John Schwartz
    View Abstract
  16. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FLOOD FREQUENCIES AND RIPARIAN PLANT COMMUNITIES IN THE UPPER KLAMATH BASIN, OREGON
    David M. Chopin, Robert L. Beschta, Hsieh Wen Shen
    View Abstract
  17. FOREST-RIVER INTERACTIONS: INFLUENCE ON HYPORHEIC DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON CONCENTRATIONS IN A FLOODPLAIN TERRACE
    Sandra M. Clinton, Rick T. Edwards, Robert J. Naiman
    View Abstract
  18. MEETING PUBLIC EXPECTATIONS WITH ECOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN RIPARIAN LANDSCAPES
    Joan Iverson Nassauer, Sandra E. Kosek, Robert C. Corry
    View Abstract
  19. LANDSCAPE-SCALE ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF CUMULATIVE IMPACTS TO RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEMS: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
    Eric D. Stein, Richard F Ambrose
    View Abstract
  20. CHANNEL RESPONSE FROM SHRUB DOMINATED RIPARIAN COMMUNITIES AND ASSOCIATED EFFECTS ON SALMONTD HABITAT
    Mike Liquori C. Rhett. Jackson
    View Abstract
  21. RELATION BETWEEN FISH COMMUNITIES AND RIPARIAN ZONE CONDITIONS AT TWO SPATIAL SCALES
    Kathy E. Lee, Robert M. Goldstein, Paul E. Hanson
    View Abstract
  22. ROOT BIOMASS IN RELATION TO CHANNEL MORPHOLOGY OF HEADWATER STREAMS
    Zachary O. Toledo J. Boone. Kauffman
    View Abstract
  23. TIMBER HARVEST IMPACTS ON SMALL HEADWATER STREAM CHANNELS IN THE COAST RANGES OF WASHINGTON
    C. Rhett. Jackson, Christopher A. Sturm, Jason M. Ward
    View Abstract
  24. METHOD TO IDENTIFY EFFECTWE RIPARIAN BUFFER WIDTHS FOR ATLANTIC SALMON HABITAT PROTECTION
    Alan E. Haberstock, Henry G. Nichols, Mark P. DesMeules, Jed Wright, Jon M. Christensen, Daniel H. Hudnut
    View Abstract
  25. GRASS VERSUS TREES: MANAGING RIPARIAN AREAS TO BENEFIT STREAMS OF CENTRAL NORTH AMERICA
    John Lyons Stanley W. Thimble Laura K Paine
    View Abstract
  26. VARIATION OF STREAM STABILITY WITH STREAM TYPE AND LIVESTOCK BANK DAMAGE IN NORTHERN NEVADA
    Thomas J. Myers Sherman Swanson
    View Abstract
  27. AQUATIC HABITAT CONDITION INDEX, STREAM TYPE, AND LIVESTOCK BANK DAMAGE IN NORTHERN NEVADA
    Thomas J. Myers Sherman Swanson
    View Abstract
  28. INTERACTION BETWEEN RIPARIAN VEGETATION, WATER TEMPERATURE, AND SALMONID HABITAT IN THE TUCANNON RIVER
    Fred D. Theurer, Ivan Lines, Terry Nelson
    View Abstract
  29. STATUS OF RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEMS IN THE UNITED STATES
    Bryan L. Swift
    View Abstract