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Main Title Ecological functions of off-channel habitat, Willamette River, Oregon : final research plan /
Author Andrus, C. W. ; Landers, D. H. ; Erway, M. L. ; Sharps, D. ; Cline, S. P. ;
CORP Author National Health and Environmental Effects Research Lab., Corvallis, OR. Western Ecology Div. ;Dynamac Corp., Corvallis, OR.
Publisher National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory,
Year Published 1997
Report Number EPA/600/R-98/004; PB98-122229
Stock Number PB98-122229
OCLC Number 62102320
Subjects Aquatic habitats--Oregon--Willamette River. ; Willamette River (Or.)
Additional Subjects Willamette River ; Aquatic habitats ; Biological communities ; Aquatic ecosystems ; Fish ; Vegetation ; Water properties ; Chemical properties ; Physical properties ; Dissolved oxygen ; Water temperature ; River regulation ; Flow control ; Side channels ; Northwestern Region(Oregon)
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http://hdl.handle.net/1957/4864
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ESAD  EPA 600-R-98-004 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 12/01/2006
NTIS  PB98-122229 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 04/04/2019
Collation 100 pages
Abstract
Off-channel features such as alcoves and side channels can have important ecological functions for large rivers such as the Willamette River. Some species and age classes of fish may select these features instead of the main channel to feed, avoid predation by other fish, escape fast water, or seek out cool water in the summer. Other organisms such as amphibians, mussels, and birds may also be attracted to alcoves and side channels because of unique physical and water quality characteristics. This proposal describes research to evaluate the functions of alcoves and side channels in a large river ecosystem, determine factors that currently affect their ecological functions, and identify future management actions that could be taken to improve these functions. In addition, the authors intend to relate the processes occurring within alcoves and side channels to processes occurring in the main channel, in adjacent ground water, and the riparian vegetative community.
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6 Jun 1997. Microfiche.