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wppKey to stream restoration success: location, location, location

By Timothy B. Wheeler – Bay Journal – October 22, 2017
With millions of dollars being poured into urban and suburban stream restoration projects across the Chesapeake Bay watershed, a recent study suggests location matters when trying to assess how effective those efforts have been. After surveying 13 Baltimore highly degraded suburban streams that had undergone makeovers, a pair of researchers found that aquatic insect populations were larger and more diverse in isolated headwaters than in larger downstream reaches. For full blog post, click here.

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