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Streamline; Vol. 2; No. 3; Fall 1997 Soto, Christina (editor)
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Abstract: Most watershed restoration work in British Columbia has focused on coastal watersheds which are typically high in gradient with incised, bedrock- or bouldercontrolled channels. Both boulders and large woody debris from species such as cedar and Douglas fir are the elements which provide hydraulic diversity in the channel, and thus fish habitat (see Streamline Vol.2 No 2). These elements also function to dissipate stream energy in high flows. In contrast, interior watersheds are often lower gradient with less confined channels. Boulders may be almost absent, and the hydraulic diversity is provided almost exclusively by wood, mainly black spruce.
 
Soto, Christina (editor), Brown, Audrey (contributing editor). 1997. Streamline; Vol. 2; No. 3; Fall 1997. Ministry of Environment, Watershed Restoration Program. Streamline. Vol. 2. No. 3
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: watershed, restoration, coastal watershed
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