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Hydrologic Assssment Tools for River Restoration Applications

Video by Stillwater Sciences from 2016 Tamarisk Coalition's Research and Management Conference

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A Restoration Framework from the Upper Gila River, Arizona

Video by Stillwater Sciences from 2014 Tamarisk Coalition's Research and Management Conference, Colorado

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Science Based Riparian Restoration Planning on the Colorado & Dolores Rivers

Video - Investigating Riparian Habitat Complexity at Tributary Junctions

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Private Landowner Recruitment in the Verde Watershed

Video by Friends of Verde River Greenway (FVRG)

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Living Streambanks - A Manual of Bioengineering Treatments for Colorado Streams

The purpose of this manual is to provide restoration practitioners and regulators who work in Colorado with guidelines for planning, design, and construction of streambank protection. In particular, it prioritizes the application of streambank bioengineering treatments tailored for the climatic, biological, hydrologic, and morphological conditions specific to Colorado’s unique watersheds.

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A Guide for Planning Riparian Treatments in New Mexico

A Guide for Planning Riparian Treatments in New Mexico has been developed as a guide for those conservationists who will be providing both planning, and design assistance in treating riparian areas. The guide recognizes that in New Mexico, some stream channels have incised to an extent where riparian areas are now upland sites.

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Planning Riparian Restoration in the Context of Tamarix Control in Western North America

Throughout the world, the condition of many riparian ecosystems has declined due to numerous factors, including encroachment of non-native species.

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Texas Riparian Management Guide

Riparian areas are most simply defined as the transition or interface between comparatively drier upland areas and wetter areas. Riparian areas can exist along the margins of creeks, rivers, ponds, lakes, wetlands and bays. This booklet will focus on the management of riparian areas that exist along creeks and rivers.

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