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  1. Revetment clearing, its influence on riparian mammal communities

    Over 115 miles of rock revetment have been constructed in the Willamette Basin to protect river banks. This study examines the effect on riparian mammals of maintaining these revetments by vegetation and debris...

  2. Getting Salmon Back in Salmon Creek: Systematizing Comparative Water Quality Analysis for Targeted Restoration

    This presentation focuses on water quality restoration efforts in Salmon Creek

  3. Mitgation and Conservation Banks: Report for River Plan Consideration

    The project investigated and analyzed potential program mechanisms, receiving sites and funding opportunities for off-site mitigation. River Plan staff will use feedback received from the River Plan Committee...

  4. Effects of Selective Logging and Roads on Instream Fine Sediments and Macroinvertebrate Assemblages in the Clackamas Basin,...

    Logging and associated skid trails, haul routes, and roads can have significant impacts on the magnitude and timing of sediments in streams in forested watersheds. Loss of vegetation, soil compaction, use of...

  5. Oxygen Demand Trends, Land Cover Change, and Water Quality Management for an Urbanizing Oregon Watershed

    In-stream aquatic habitat depends on adequate levels of dissolved oxygen. Human alteration of the landscape has an extensive influence on the biogeochemical processes that drive oxygen cycling in streams....

  6. Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions near Mosier, Oregon

    The town of Mosier, Oregon, is located near the east, dry end of the Columbia River Gorge, and the local area is known for cherry orchards that rely heavily on groundwater for irrigation. The CRBG groundwater...

  7. Watershed Response to Climate Change and Fire-Burns in the Upper Umatilla River Basin, USA

    This study analyzed watershed response to climate change and forest fire impacts in the upper Umatilla River Basin (URB), Oregon, using the precipitation runoff modeling system. Ten global climate models using...

  8. Vegetation, Environmental Characteristics, and their Relationships: Variation within the Annually Flooded Riparian Zones of...

    I hypothesized that vegetation and physical environmental characteristics would differ between the upper and lower extents of the annually flooded riparian zone on the John Day River, and that relationships...

  9. Watershed Response to Climate Change and Fire-Burns in the Upper Umatilla River Basin Using the Precipitation Runoff Modeling...

    This study provides an analysis of watershed response to climate change and forest fire impacts, to better understand the hydrologic budget and inform water management decisions for present and future needs....

  10. The Stochastic Behavior of Soil Moisture and Its Role in Catchment Response Models

    The object of current efforts at investigating catchment response is to derive a physically based stochastic model of the watershed. Recent studies have, however, indicated that a limiting factor in deriving...

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