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STREAM RESTORATIONSTREAM RESTORATIONPaul Makowski, PEINTRODUCTIONStream 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 a dynamic stability by responding to changes in the system through adjustment of the stream geometry and sedime…
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