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Streamline; Vol. 5; No. 3; Winter 2000 Underhill, Donna (editor)
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Abstract: In the world of stream restoration, many purists would like to prescribe solutions that avoid “unnatural” materials that they consider unsightly, such as steel cables and imported boulders ( Figure 1). Preferring to make use of only materials that are naturally present in stream systems, these purists would rather use a so-called organic approach that employs only naturally occurring materials such as large woody debris (LWD), cobble, gravel and earth.
 
Underhill, Donna (editor). 2000. Streamline; Vol. 5; No. 3; Winter 2000. Ministry of Environment, Watershed Restoration Program. Streamline. Vol. 5. No. 3
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: lwd, large woody debris, cobble, earth, stream restoration
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