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Catchment assessment techniques to help determine priorities in river restoration

Scott Wilkinson

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The intent is for the assessment techniques described to provide an improved rational basis for setting stream rehabilitation priorities. Focus catchments were chosen that had issues aligned with those in the project objectives. Two existing assessment techniques; SedNet (Prosser et al., 2001) and RARC (Jansen et al., 2004a), were selected to be developed for regional scale priority setting, based on the project team’s expertise with these techniques. These techniques were developed using data from the focus catchments.

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Author(s):
Scott Wilkinson
PublishedJune 2005
Product Type: 
Final Report
Product Format: 
Report
Publisher: 
Land and Water Australia
Custom Identifier: 
CLW44

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