Riparian Areas of the Southwestern United States: Hydrology, Ecology, and Management

By Malchus B. Baker Jr.; Peter F. Ffolliott et al. | Go to book overview
CHAPTER 16
Restoration of Riparian Ecosystems
Jonathan W. Long, Alvin L. Medina and James E. SteedCONTENTS
16.1 Introduction and Setting 334
16.1.1 History of Restoration Efforts 334
16.1.2 Shared History of Desert and Mountain Systems 334
16.1.3 Action, Reaction and Synthesis 335
16.1.4 Current Challenges of Restoration 336
16.1.5 Landscape Setting 336
16.2 Conceptual Foundations for Restoration 337
16.2.1 Factors Controlling Riparian Development 337
16.2.2 Establishing Reference Conditions 339
16.3 Evaluating Condition and Restoration Capability 340
16.3.1 Watershed-Level Factors 340
16.3.2 Site-Level Factors 340
16.4 Restoring Functional Processes 341
16.4.1 Passive and Active Restoration 341
16.4.2 Managing Vegetative Processes at the Site Level 342
16.4.2.1 Adding Vegetation 342
16.4.2.2 Removing Vegetation 342
16.4.2.3 Managing Biotic Conditions with Disturbance 343
16.4.3 Managing Abiotic Processes at the Site Level 345
16.4.3.1 Using Riffle Formations To Restore Function in Degraded Wet Meadows 344
16.4.4 Managing Processes at the Watershed Level 346
16.5 Addressing Community Concerns 347
16.5.1 Perspectives on Recovery 348
16.5.2 Communicating with the Community 348

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