By: J Karr and IJ Schlosser
384 pages, 85 illus
Provides a broad overview of the large-scale impact of such disturbances and presents an integrated summary of hydrological, geomorphological, and ecological theories. It reviews the legal, social, and technological bases for stream management and describes approaches for detecting degradation of water resources. |In addition, it offers options for management and ways to restore streams severely degraded by human activities, and proposes ways of protecting stream ecosystems.
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