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Manual of River Restoration Techniques: Containing 1999 Edition and 2002 Update

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By: RRC
110 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Manual of River Restoration Techniques: Containing 1999 Edition and 2002 Update
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Documents the different restoration techniques used on two river projects. Though site-specific, the general principles of the work undertaken can be applied to a variety of river types and situations. The 27 techniques, from remeandering across an existing course to in-channel narrowing, are presented in a ring binder to enable inclusion of new techniques from future projects.

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110 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
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