Groundwater/ Surface Water Interaction
California State University, Sacramento
Upon completion of this unit students should be able to:
Describe the geomorphic aspects that affect stream restoration
Discuss the issue of gravel mobility at restoration sites
Evaluate the components of long-term monitoring at a restoration site
List and discuss the physical factors that affect salmon egg development in the hyporheic zone
Distinguish between a survival model and a growth model
1) Merz, J.E., Setka, J.D, Pasternack, G.B., and Wheaton, J.M., 2004, Predicting benefits of spawning-habitat rehabilitation to salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) fry production in a regulated California River: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, v. 61, pp. 1433-1446.
2) Kondolf, G.M., 2000, Some suggested guidelines for geomorphic aspects of anadromous salmonid habitat restoration proposals: Restoration Ecology, v. 8, pp. 48-56.
Tim's summary of restoration issues:
Restoration on the American River
Summary of Merz et al
Summary of Kondolf