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View Resource Defining Marine Landscapes on the Belgian Continental Shelf as anApproach to Holistic Habitat Mapping

The concept of the marine landscapes is a quite young and recent developed approach firstly proposed by Roff and Taylor (2000). The concept offers an alternative for habitat mapping which...

http://www.searchmesh.net/pdf/Ugent_Belgian_marine_landscape...
View Resource Putting A Price On Riparian Corridors As Water Treatment Facilities

By Ann L. Riley, Ph.D., Watershed and River Restoration Advisor, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland, CA, Jan. 2008 -- The monetary value of natural riparian environments...

http://www.aswm.org/wetland-programs/state-wetland-programs/...
View Resource Smart Watershed Benchmarking Tool

The Center for Watershed Protection has released a new tool on CD available in PDF and workbook (CD) versions. Using lessons learned from around the country, this self-assessment tool helps local...

http://www.cwp.org/
View Resource Gulf of Maine Council/NOAA Habitat Restoration Partnership Final Report: Saltmarsh Restoration Monitoring Near Pemaquid Beach , New Harbor, Maine

The Pemaquid Salt Marsh is a 6-acre back-barrier marsh located behind Pemaquid Beach in Bristol , Maine . Prior to 2005, the marsh had limited saltwater input due to roadway culverts that restricted...

http://www.pemaquidwatershed.org/images/Synopsis_PostRestora...
View Resource Vegetation Classification and Mapping of New River Gorge National River , West Virginia

Technical Report NPS/NER/NRTR-2007/092. National Park Service. Philadelphia , PA. A vegetation classification and map were developed by the West Virginia Natural Heritage Program for New River...

http://www.nps.gov/nero/science/FINAL/NERI_veg_map/NERI_veg_...
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