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Ecological Significance of High Flows on Streams and Rivers in the Upper Midwest
HYD-401 SCN/NWETC
Hosted by Northwest Environmental Training Center

This dynamic and hands-on course provides an introduction to the science of flood dynamics and why they are important to stream and river ecology. High flows flush organic matter from the channel, maintain channel geometry by transporting sediment, form new channels by geomorphic processes, and provide essential conditions for fish migration and spawning.

Over the course of this two-day workshop, attendees will learn methods for developing specific high flow recommendations based on streamflow frequency, magnitude, duration, and seas ...  [click for more]

For general information contact Tracy Clark by telephone at 425-270-3274 or via e-mail at tclark@nwetc.org

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