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Urban and rural-residential area land uses in Oregon: a synthesis of an IMST technical workshop on watershed functions and salmonid recovery Public Deposited

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  • On June 21-22, 2011, the Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (IMST) hosted a technical workshop for local and regional natural resource managers and practitioners in urban and rural-residential land uses. The purpose of the workshop was to discuss management and rehabilitation actions in developed areas that could improve watershed functions, aquatic habitats, and salmonid populations. This workshop was designed to follow up and expand on key findings from IMST’s 2010 report titled Urban and Rural-residential Land Uses: Their role in Watershed Health and the Rehabilitation of Oregon’s Wild Salmonids Workshop invitees, representing municipal, county, and state agencies, non-governmental organizations, and universities, were selected to reflect experience in managing, monitoring,and/or rehabilitating salmonid and aquatic habitats in urban and rural-residential areas. Invitees were also chosen to represent the varied geographic areas in Oregon.The findings from the workshop are intended to help the State of Oregon and local governments better understand the technical issues regarding, and impediments to implementing, plans for minimizing development impacts on water quality, watershed hydrology, and aquatic ecosystems.
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  • Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team. 2012. Urban and Rural-Residential Area Land Uses in Oregon: A synthesis of an IMST technical workshop on watershed functions and salmonid recovery. Technical Report 2012-1. Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds. Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board, Salem, Oregon.
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  • Executive Summary Introduction Objective 1. Better determine the steps environmental managers are already taking that may or may not have been covered in the Urban Report. Objective 2. Determine what monitoring and research needs may have been missed in the Urban Report and prioritize research and monitoring needs in native fish ecology and rehabilitation. Objective 3. Identify and prioritize actions that could enhance or rehabilitate native fish habitat and populations in urban environments. Appendices: Appendix A. Workshop Participants and Other Contributors Appendix B. Workshop Objectives and Questions Appendix C. Pre-workshop Survey Summary Appendix D. Urban Report Science Question 4: What are the major research and monitoring needs for urban and rural-residential landscapes?
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