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An Introduction to Process-Based Stream Restoration in the Hawaiian Islands
Basic Principles of Form and Process, Project Context, Sustainable Design, and the Unique Circumstances of Hawaii Course ID: HYD-511
Hosted by Northwest Environmental Training Center

Streams and rivers have been profoundly impacted by development. Our water courses have been cleared, impounded, confined, or put in pipes. The watersheds draining to these streams have been deforested, tilled or paved over. Stream channels and flow regimes that adjusted over a millennia of natural disturbance were completely changed within a few years with little foresight to the many environmental and cultural impacts. By the end of the twentieth c ...  [click for more]

For general information contact Eldan Goldenberg by telephone at 206-762-1976 or via e-mail at egoldenberg@nwetc.org

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