APPENDIX B: STREAM RESTORATION


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APPENDIX B: STREAM RESTORATION
10108041010810APPENDIX B: STREAM RESTORATIONPaul Makowski, PE
<emphasis role="bold">INTRODUCTION</emphasis> Stream systems, which are complex and dynamic, form in response to conditions within the watershed. Changes in the land use, water use, and channel characteristics affect the peak flow rates, duration, and volume of stream flow, which impacts sediment transport and stream stability. In a natural process, streams will tend toward …
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Sidney O. Dewberry: Land Development Handbook: Planning, Engineering, and Surveying, Third Edition. APPENDIX B: STREAM RESTORATION, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008 2002 1996), AccessEngineering Export