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  1. Oregon Compensatory Wetland Mitigation: Spatial and Temporal Patterns 2000-2016

    58 pages

  2. A Geospatial Tool for Wetland Prioritization at the Watershed Scale

    There is an increasing demand for assessing ecosystem functions for freshwater wetlands, especially when comparing or prioritizing among wetlands at the watershed scale. We estimated the relative potential of...

  3. Wetlands in Oregon

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    This archived document is maintained by the Oregon State Library as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program. It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes.

  4. Manual for the Oregon Rapid Wetland Assessment Protocol (ORWAP)

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    Title from PDF title page (viewed on February 15, 2017).

  5. Ecosystem Recovery in Estuarine Wetlands of the Columbia River Estuary

    In the restoration of tidal wetland ecosystems, potential drivers of plant community development range from biotic controls (e.g. plant competition, seed dispersal) to abiotic controls (e.g. tidal flooding,...

  6. History, Current Conditions, and Wetland Restoration at Killin Wetlands Natural Area, Washington County, Oregon

    In September 2014, the Metro Natural Area Program engaged The Wetland Conservancy to develop a scientific assessment of Metro’s 590-acre Killin Wetlands Natural Area. Metro acquired the lands comprising the...

  7. Gearhart Notice of Adopted Amendment (2012-06-13)

    196 pp. Adopted 2012-06-13. Department of Land Conservation and Development Notice of Adopted Amendment

  8. Riparian Wetland Plant Response to Livestock Exclusion in the Lower Columbia River Basin

    The purpose of this study was to examine the characteristics of riparian plant communities along a gradient of livestock exclusion in the Lower Columbia River Basin (LCRB) located in the Pacific Northwest...

  9. Tidal-Fluvial and Estuarine Processes in the Lower Columbia River: II. Water Level Models, Floodplain Wetland Inundation, and...

    Spatially varying water-level regimes are a factor controlling estuarine and tidal-fluvial wetland vegetation patterns. As described in Part I, water levels in the Lower Columbia River and estuary (LCRE) are...

  10. Constructed Wetland Suitability Analysis in Oregon

    51 pages

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