Monitoring the results of stream corridor restoration

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Often overlooked and underfunded, ecological monitoring is an essential component of stream-restoration work. It helps practitioners to identify successful restoration practices, detect ineffective ones, and adjust their adaptive-management activities to improve efficacy (Bernhardt and Palmer 2011). Monitoring, along with research and modeling, are the three legs of the scientific stool that support ecosystem restoration and management. Monitoring tells us what is happening, research tells us why and how it is happening, and modeling provides insights about what can happen under different management alternatives.

Publication type Book chapter
Publication Subtype Book Chapter
Title Monitoring the results of stream corridor restoration
Chapter 7
Year Published 2021
Language English
Publisher University of Arizona Press
Contributing office(s) Southwest Biological Science Center
Description 78 p.
Larger Work Type Book
Larger Work Subtype Monograph
Larger Work Title Renewing our rivers: Stream corridor restoration in dryland regions
First page 313
Last page 390
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