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An Investigation of Stage 0 Restoration in California and Oregon Public Deposited

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  • Stream restoration efforts have increasingly started to focus on management actions that restore ecological function rather than focusing on species-specific habitat needs. Restoration practitioners in the Pacific Northwest have implemented numerous large-scale floodplain restoration projects to restore stream function at the valley scale. Some of these projects attempt to restore streams to a “stage 0” state – an unconfined, anastomosing, multi-threaded network of channels with high groundwater connectivity. This paper examines projects seeking to restore stream reaches to stage 0 in California and Oregon and summarizes the approaches and monitoring strategies used in an effort to better understand how restoration practitioners are implementing and assessing this novel approach.
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