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The following references provide information for watersheds in Alaska, national references related to watersheds, and watershed educational sources. If you do not see a link, which you think would be helpful, please contact us.



The following articles can be found in the Journal of the American Water Resources Association Volume 37, Number 6, December 2001. For more information on how to obtain copies of these references visit the AWRA web-site at the following link: http://www.awra.org/jawra/toc/toc_37_6.htm

Meeting Public Expectations With Ecological Innovation in Riparian Landscapes. ­ Joan Iverson Nassauer, Sandra E. Kosek, and Robert C. Corry pp. 1439

Evaluation of Coastal Plain Conservation Buffers Using the Riparian Ecosystem Management Model. ­ Richard Lowrance, Randall G. Williams, Shreeram P. Inamdar, David D. Bosch, and Joseph M. Sheridan pp. 1445

Landscape Attributes as Controls on Ground Water Nitrate Removal Capacity of Riparian Zones. ­ Arthur J. Gold, Peter M. Groffman, Kelly Addy, D. Q. Kellogg, Mark Stolt, and Adam E. Rosenblatt pp. 1457

Relation Between Fish Communities and Riparian Zone Conditions at Two Spatial Scales. ­ Kathy E. Lee, Robert M. Goldstein, and Paul E. Hanson pp. 1465

Influences of Watershed, Riparian-Corridor, and Reach-Scale Characteristics on Aquatic Biota in Agricultural Watersheds. ­ Jana S. Stewart, Lizhu Wang, John Lyons, Judy A. Horwatich, and Roger Bannerman pp. 1475

Effects of Multi-Scale Environmental Characteristics on Agricultural Stream Biota in Eastern Wisconsin. ­ Faith A. Fitzpatrick, Barbara C. Scudder, Bernard N. Lenz, and Daniel J. Sullivan pp. 1489

Riparian Zone Classification for Management of Stream Water Quality and Ecosystem Health. ­ John M. Quinn, Paul M. Brown, Wendy Boyce, Sarah Mackay, Andrew Taylor, and Tony Fenton pp. 1509

Near-Stream Landuse Effects on Streamwater Nutrient Distribution in an Urbanizing Watershed. ­ Kazuhiro Sonoda, J. Alan Yeakley, and Christopher E. Walker pp. 1517

Timber Harvest Impacts on Small Headwater Stream Channels in the Coast Ranges of Washington. ­ C. Rhett Jackson, Christopher A. Sturm, and Jason M. Ward pp. 1533

Long-Term Changes in Regional Hydrologic Regime Following Impoundment in a Humid-Climate Watershed. ­ Francis J. Magilligan and Keith H. Nislow pp. 1551

The Importance of Beaver to Wetland Habitats and Waterfowl in Wyoming. ­ Mark C. McKinstry, Paul Caffrey, and Stanley H. Anderson pp. 1571

Changing Near-Stream Land Use and River Channel Morphology in the Venezuelan Andes. ­ Diana L. Karwan, J. David Allan, and Kathleen M. Bergen pp. 1579

Techniques for Detecting Hydrologic Change in High Resource Streams. ­ David M. Hartley and David E. Funke pp. 1589

Landscape-Scale Analysis and Management of Cumulative Impacts to Riparian Ecosystems: Past, Present, and Future. ­ Eric D. Stein and Richard F. Ambrose pp. 1597

GIS-Based Hydrologic Modeling of Riparian Areas: Implications for Stream Water Quality. ­ Matthew E. Baker, Michael J. Wiley, and Paul W. Seelbach pp. 1615

Functional Significance of Species Composition in Riparian Plant Communities. ­ Eric Tabacchi and Anne-Marie Planty Tabacchi pp. 1629

Channel Response From Shrub Dominated Riparian Communities and Associated Effects on Salmonid Habitat. ­ Mike Liquori and C. Rhett Jackson pp. 1639

Root Biomass in Relation to Channel Morphology of Headwater Streams. ­ Zachary O. Toledo and J. Boone Kauffman pp. 1653

Analyzing Riparian Site Capability and Management Options. ­ Mack Barrington, Donald Wolf, and Ken Diebel pp. 1665

Transport and Fate of Atrazine in Midwestern Riparian Buffer Strips. ­ Alissara Reungsang, Thomas B. Moorman, and Ramesh S. Kanwar pp. 1681

Ten Years of Vegetation Succession on a Debris-Flow Deposit in Oregon. ­ Robert J. Pabst and Thomas A. Spies pp. 1693

Inundation Tolerances of Riparian Willows and Cottonwoods. ­ Nadine A. Amlin and Stewart B. Rood pp. 1709

Effects of Scale on Land Use and Water Quality Relationships: A Longitudinal Basin-Wide Perspective. ­ Nancy E. Gove, Richard T. Edwards, and Loveday L. Conquest pp. 1721

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