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Downstream effects of diversion dams on riparian vegetation communities in the Routt National Forest, Colorado
Contributor:Caskey, Simeon Tadgerson
Diversions are ubiquitous throughout the American west, with over 68000 known in Colorado alone. Diversions vary greatly in their structure and ability to extract water, but overall they can alter important components of ...
Wood in neotropical headwater streams, Costa Rica
Contributor:Cadol, Daniel D.
Wood has been shown to be an integral component of forest streams throughout the temperate climate zone, both in terms of the physical structure of the channel and in terms of aquatic ecosystem function, but the function ...
Field delineation of geomorphic process domains along river networks in the Colorado Front Range
Many of the conceptual models developed for river networks emphasize progressive downstream trends in morphology and processes. Such models are well-suited for larger, low-gradient rivers, but fall short in describing the ...