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Main Title River conservation and management
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Boon, P. J.
Calow, Peter.
Petts, Geoffrey E.
Publisher Wiley,
Year Published 1992
OCLC Number 23771242
ISBN 0471929468 :
Subjects Stream conservation--Congresses
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Status
EJAM  QH75.A1R58 1991 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 11/26/1993
Collation xiv, 470 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
River management - objectives and applications / P. Mellquist -- Essential elements in the case for river conservation / P.J. Boon -- The river vistula and its floodplain Valley (Poland): Its ecology and importance for conservation / Z. Kajak -- Conservation and management of the coastal streams of Israel: An assessment of stream status and prospects for rehabilitation / A. Gasith -- Degradation of Australian streams and progress towards conmservation and management in Victoria / L.A. Barmuta, R. Marchant, and P.S. Lake -- The rivers of Northern Trinidad: Conservation of fish communities for research -- B.H. Seghers -- General principles of classification and the assessment of conservation potential in rivers / R.J. Naiman, D. G. Lonmzarich, T.J. Beechie, and S.C. Ralph -- Catchment characteristics and river ecosystems / K.W. Cummins -- Anticipating the consequences of river management for the conservation of macroinvertebrates / J. F. Wright, J. H. Blackburn, D. F. Westlake, M. T. Furse, and P.D. Armitage -- Use of a geographic information system in the conservation of rivers in Virginia, USA / P.L. Angemeier and A. Bailey -- Non-traditional applications of instream flow techniques for conserving habitat of biota in the Sabie River of Southern Africa / J.A. Gore, J.B. Layzer, and L.A. Russell -- Importance of a habitat-level classification system of design instream flow studies / J.L. Kershner and W.M. Snider -- Assessing the natural value of New Zealand Rivers / K.J. Collier and R.H.S. McColl -- Alternative ways of classifying rivers in Southern Africa / J.M. King, F.C. de Moor, and F.M. Chutter -- Catchment disturbance and stream response: An overview of stream research at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory / J.R. Webster, S.W. Golladay, E.F. Benfield, J.L. Meyer, W.T. Swank, and J.B. Wallace -- Vegetation and river channel process interactions / K.J. Gregory -- Effects of weirs on the littoral environment of the River Murray, South Australia / K.F. Walker, M.C. Thomas, and F. Shelton -- A building-block model for stream restoration / R.C. Petersen, L.B.-M. Petersen, and J. Lacoursiere -- Habitats as the building blocks for river conservation assessment / D.M. Harper, C.D. Smith, and P.J. Barham -- Rehabilitation of streams in South-West Germany / K. Kern -- Recovery and restoration of some engineered British River Channels / A. Brookes -- Restoration of Salmonmid Rivers in Finland / E. Jutila -- Strategies for conservation of a Danubian Fish Fauna / F. Schiemer and H. Waidbacher -- River conservation and catchment management: A UK perspective / M.D. Newson -- Catchment planning: The way forward for river protection in the UK / J.L. Gardiner and L. Cole -- Conservation of Rivers in Scotland: Legislative and organizational limitations / A.E. Brown and D.L. Howell -- The amenity and environmental values of River Corridors in Britain / C.H. Green and S.M. Tunstall -- River protection in Ontario, Canada: A case for Holistic Catchment Management / D.P. Dodge and r.M. Biette -- River conservation-future prospects / R.L. Welcomme.