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Journal of Applied Ecology 2005
 

Summary: Journal of Applied
Ecology 2005
42, 208­217
© 2005 British
Ecological Society
Blackwell Publishing, Ltd.Oxford, UKJPEJournal of Applied Ecology0021-8901British Ecological Society, 20054 2005422Original ArticleEcological success in river restorationM. A. Palmer et al.
FORUM
Standards for ecologically successful river restoration
M.A. PALMER,* E.S. BERNHARDT,* J. D. ALLAN, P.S. LAKE,
G. ALEXANDER, S. BROOKS, J. CARR,§ S. CLAYTON,¶ C. N. DAHM,**
J. FOLLSTAD SHAH,** D. L. GALAT, S. G. LOSS, P. GOODWIN,¶
D.D. HART,§ B. HASSETT,* R. JENKINSON,§§ G.M. KONDOLF,¶¶
R. LAVE,¶¶ J.L. MEYER,*** T.K. O'DONNELL, L. PAGANO¶¶ and
E. SUDDUTH***
*Department of Entomology, University of Maryland, USA and Department of Biology, Duke University, USA;
School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan, USA; Department of Biological Sciences, Monash
University, Australia; §Patrick Center for Environmental Research, Academy of Natural Sciences, USA;
¶Ecohydraulics Research Group, University of Idaho, USA; **Department of Biology, University of New Mexico,
USA; US Geological Survey, Cooperative Research Units, Department of Fisheries & Wildlife Sciences, University
of Missouri, USA; Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, USA; §§Department of Fish and Wildlife

  

Source: Allan, David - School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan
Palmer, Margaret A. - Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Center for Environmental Science, University of Maryland

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology