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Keywords

  • stream restoration
  • watershed management
  • stream ecology
  • fluvial geomorphology
  • numerical modeling
  • river mechanics

Index Terms

  • 1825 Hydrology: Geomorphology: fluvial (1625)
  • 1856 Hydrology: River channels (0483, 0744)
  • 1879 Hydrology: Watershed
  • 0481 Biogeosciences: Restoration

Stream Restoration in Dynamic Fluvial Systems: Scientific Approaches, Analyses, and Tools

Vol. 194, 2011

GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH SERIES, VOL. 194, 544 PP., 2011
ISSN: 0065-8448; ISBN: 978-0-87590-483-2

Stream Restoration in Dynamic Fluvial Systems: Scientific Approaches, Analyses, and Tools

A. Simon, S. J. Bennett, and J. M. Castro (Eds.)

Stream Restoration in Dynamic Fluvial Systems: Scientific Approaches, Analyses, and Tools brings together leading contributors in stream restoration science to provide comprehensive consideration of process-based approaches, tools, and applications of techniques useful for the implementation of sustainable restoration strategies. Stream restoration is a catchall term for modifications to streams and adjacent riparian zones undertaken to improve geomorphic and/or ecologic function, structure, and integrity of river corridors, and it has become a multibillion dollar industry. A vigorous debate currently exists in research and professional communities regarding the approaches, applications, and tools most effective in designing, implementing, and assessing stream restoration strategies given a multitude of goals, objectives, stakeholders, and boundary conditions. More importantly, stream restoration as a research-oriented academic discipline is, at present, lagging stream restoration as a rapidly evolving, practitioner-centric endeavor. The volume addresses these main areas: concepts in stream restoration, river mechanics and the use of hydraulic structures, modeling in restoration design, ecology, ecologic indices, and habitat, geomorphic approaches to stream and watershed management, and sediment considerations in stream restoration. Stream Restoration in Dynamic Fluvial Systems will appeal to scholars, professionals, and government agency and institute researchers involved in examining river flow processes, river channel changes and improvements, watershed processes, and landscape systematics.

Citation: Simon, A., S. J. Bennett, and J. M. Castro (Eds.) (2011), Stream Restoration in Dynamic Fluvial Systems: Scientific Approaches, Analyses, and Tools, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 194, 544 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GM194.

Bennett, Sean J.; Castro, Janine M.; Simon, Andrew

Preface

pp. ix-x

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Bennett, Sean J.; Simon, Andrew; Castro, Janine M.; Atkinson, Joseph F.; Bronner, Colleen E.; Blersch, Stacey S.; Rabideau, Alan J.

The Evolving Science of Stream Restoration

pp. 1-8

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Jacobson, Robert B.; Berkley, Jim

Conceptualizing and Communicating Ecological River Restoration

pp. 9-27

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Kondolf, G. Mathias

Setting Goals in River Restoration: When and Where Can the River “Heal Itself”?

pp. 29-43

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Fischenich, J. Craig

Stream Restoration Benefits

pp. 45-67

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Rosgen, David L.

Natural Channel Design: Fundamental Concepts, Assumptions, and Methods

pp. 69-93

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Rinaldi, Massimo; Piégay, Hervé; Surian, Nicola

Geomorphological Approaches for River Management and Restoration in Italian and French Rivers

pp. 95-113

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Smith, David L.; Allen, Jeffrey B.; Eslinger, Owen; Valenciano, Miguel; Nestler, John; Goodwin, R. Andrew

Hydraulic Modeling of Large Roughness Elements With Computational Fluid Dynamics for Improved Realism in Stream Restoration Planning

pp. 115-122

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Soar, Philip J.; Thorne, Colin R.

Design Discharge for River Restoration

pp. 123-149

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Bledsoe, Brian P.; Carney, Shaun K.; Anderson, Russell J.

Scale-Dependent Effects of Bank Vegetation on Channel Processes: Field Data, Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling, and Restoration Design

pp. 151-165

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Hester, Erich T.; Gooseff, Michael N.

Hyporheic Restoration in Streams and Rivers

pp. 167-187

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Wyżga, Bartłomiej; Oglęcki, Paweł; Radecki-Pawlik, Artur; Zawiejska, Joanna

Diversity of Macroinvertebrate Communities as a Reflection of Habitat Heterogeneity in a Mountain River Subjected to Variable Human Impacts

pp. 189-207

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Biron, Pascale M.; Carré, David M.; Carver, Robert B.; Rodrigue-Gervais, Karen; Whiteway, Sarah L.

Combining Field, Laboratory, and Three-Dimensional Numerical Modeling Approaches to Improve Our Understanding of Fish Habitat Restoration Schemes

pp. 209-231

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Shields, F. D., Jr.; Knight, Scott S.; Lizotte, Richard, Jr.; Wren, Daniel G.

Connectivity and Variability: Metrics for Riverine Floodplain Backwater Rehabilitation

pp. 233-246

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Doyle, Martin W.; Fuller, Randall L.

Quantitatively Evaluating Restoration Scenarios for Rivers With Recreational Flow Releases

pp. 247-261

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Gellis, A. C.; Walling, D. E.

Sediment Source Fingerprinting (Tracing) and Sediment Budgets as Tools in Targeting River and Watershed Restoration Programs

pp. 263-291

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Smith, Sean M. C.; Belmont, Patrick; Wilcock, Peter R.

Closing the Gap Between Watershed Modeling, Sediment Budgeting, and Stream Restoration

pp. 293-317

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Klösch, M.; Hornich, R.; Baumann, N.; Puchner, G.; Habersack, H.

Mitigating Channel Incision via Sediment Input and Self-Initiated Riverbank Erosion at the Mur River, Austria

pp. 319-336

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Hassan, Marwan A.; Petticrew, Ellen L.; Montgomery, David R.; Gottesfeld, Allen S.; Rex, John F.

Salmon as Biogeomorphic Agents in Gravel Bed Rivers: The Effect of Fish on Sediment Mobility and Spawning Habitat

pp. 337-352

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Newbury, Robert; Bates, David; Alex, Karilyn Long

Restoring Habitat Hydraulics With Constructed Riffles

pp. 353-366

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Rhoads, Bruce L.; Engel, Frank L.; Abad, Jorge D.

Pool-Riffle Design Based on Geomorphological Principles for Naturalizing Straight Channels

pp. 367-384

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Johnson, Peggy A.; Sheeder, Scott A.

Controlling Debris at Bridges

pp. 385-397

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Wohl, Ellen

Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Wood in Stream Restoration in the Colorado Front Range, United States

pp. 399-418

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Abbe, Tim; Brooks, Andrew

Geomorphic, Engineering, and Ecological Considerations When Using Wood in River Restoration

pp. 419-451

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Simon, Andrew; Pollen-Bankhead, Natasha; Thomas, Robert E.

Development and Application of a Deterministic Bank Stability and Toe Erosion Model for Stream Restoration

pp. 453-474

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Millar, Robert G.; Eaton, Brett C.

Bank Vegetation, Bank Strength, and Application of the University of British Columbia Regime Model to Stream Restoration

pp. 475-485

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Langendoen, Eddy J.

Application of the CONCEPTS Channel Evolution Model in Stream Restoration Strategies

pp. 487-502

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Cui, Yantao; Dusterhoff, Scott R.; Wooster, John K.; Downs, Peter W.

Practical Considerations for Modeling Sediment Transport Dynamics in Rivers

pp. 503-527

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