Human Alterations of Riparian EcosystemsJuliet Stromberg, Mark Briggs, Chad Gourley, Michael Scott, Patrick Shafroth and Larry StevensCONTENTS
|6.1 River Impoundments 101|
|6.1.1 Impacts on Hydrologic and Ecological Processes 101|
|6.1.2 Grand Canyon Reach of the Colorado River 101|
|6.2 Long-Term Effects of River Impoundments 104|
|6.2.1 Impacts on Hydrologic and Ecological Processes 104|
|6.2.2 Bill Williams River of Western Arizona 105|
|6.3. Restoring Streamflow to Regulated Rivers 108|
|6.3.1 Impacts on Hydrologic and Ecological Processes 108|
|6.3.2 Truckee River in Western Nevada 109|
|6.4 Releases of Water from Reservoirs 111|
|6.4.1 Impacts on Functioning 111|
|6.4.2 The Colorado River Delta 111|
|6.5 Multi-Purpose Riparian Ecosystem Management 113|
|6.5.2 Agua Fria River in Central Arizona 113|
|6.6 Rewatering Dry Rivers 115|
|6.6.2 Santa Cruz River in Southeastern Arizona 116|
|6.7 Water Conservation 117|
|6.7.1 Importance and Considerations 117|
|6.7.2 San Pedro River in Southeastern Arizona 118|
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Book title: Riparian Areas of the Southwestern United States: Hydrology, Ecology, and Management.
Contributors: Malchus B. Baker Jr. - Editor, Peter F. Ffolliott - Editor, Leonard F. Debano - Editor, Daniel G. Neary - Editor.
Place of publication: Boca Raton, FL.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: 99.
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