ET-AL team collaborates with USFS on instream wood research

posted Jun 6, 2014, 6:59 AM by Nate Hough-Snee
FHC/ET-AL team members Alan Kasprak and I (Nate Hough-Snee) recently published our work on the direct and indirect drivers of wood in the Columbia and Missouri River Basins. The article "Direct and indirect drivers of instream wood in the interior Pacific Northwest, USA: decoupling climate, vegetation, disturbance, and geomorphic setting" was published in Riparian Ecology and Conservation, a new open access journal on all things riparian, from ecology to geomorphology and hydrology. Co-authors on the project include Dr. Brett Roper (USFS - Fish and Aquatic Ecology Unit/USU) and Dr. Christy Meredith (PIBO EM). 


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