Eubanks, Ellen . 2004. Riparian Restoration. 0423 1201P. San Dimas, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, San Dimas Technology and Development Center. 137 p.
This guide was written for staff, managers, technicians, permittees, concessionaires, and volunteers—for anyone engaged in activities that could affect the health of a riparian ecosystem. It provides the basic principles and background information needed to carry out a restoration project. The objectives of the guide are to:
- Create an awareness of riparian values and ecosystems and how they function.
- Show common impacts from recreation.
- Provide examples of planning, design, and restoration techniques.
- Foster an understanding of adapted management and of monitoring concepts.
Keywords: adapted management, ecosystem, monitoring, restoration, riparian
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