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Enhanced Stage Variability on the Lower Missouri River as Benchmarked by Lewis and Clark: Implications for Ecosystem Restoration

Ehlmann, Bethany L. and Criss, Robert E. (2006) Enhanced Stage Variability on the Lower Missouri River as Benchmarked by Lewis and Clark: Implications for Ecosystem Restoration. Eos, 87 (52). H43H-01. ISSN 0096-3941. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20140228-103053503

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Abstract

Because lower Missouri River management began in the early 1800s, a challenge for present-day ecosystem restoration efforts is a lack of quantitative data on pre-management river hydrology and long-term (100+ yr.) river response to changing management practice and intensity. We address this challenge and report new results from a study spanning 200 years of lower Missouri River hydrology, encompassing natural, channelization-only, and channelization with reservoir release regimes (Ehlmann & Criss, Geology, forthcoming, Nov/Dec 2006).


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