MARYLAND STREAM RESTORATION ASSOCIATION

Helpful Links:

DNR Stream Information Exchange http://dnr.maryland.gov/ccs/Pages/mdstreamexchange.aspx

Maryland Water Monitoring Council Home Page – http://mddnr.chesapeakebay.net/MWMC/

Maryland Streams and Rivers – http://www.dnr.state.md.us/streams/index.html

North Carolina Stream Restoration Institute –http://www.bae.ncsu.edu/programs/extension/wqg/sri/mission.htm

Keystone Stream Team – http://www.keystonestreamteam.org/

Canaan Valley Institute –http://www.canaanvi.org/canaanvi_web/index.aspx

The River Management Society (RMS) – http://www.river-management.org/

Southeast Watershed Forum – http://southeastwaterforum.org/

Documents of Interest:

Presentation to MSRA on May 31, 2018, Predicting Erosion Rates of Cohesive Streambanks. Thompson, Tess.


River connectivity reestablished: Effects and implications of six weir removals on brown trout smolt migration

K. Birnie-Gauvin, M.M. Candee, H. Baktoft, M.H. Larsen, A. Koed and K. Aarestrup

Version of Record online: 24 APR 2018 | DOI: 10.1002/rra.3271


Nitrogen cycling in large temperate floodplain rivers of contrasting nutrient regimes and management

W.B. Richardson, L.A. Bartsch, M.R. Bartsch, R. Kiesling and B.M. Lafrancois

Version of Record online: 20 APR 2018 | DOI: 10.1002/rra.3267


USDA Forest Service Annual Update: Guidance for Stream Restoration and Rehabilitation http://www.fs.fed.us/biology/nsaec/products-publications-technotes.html


Chesapeake Bay Quarterly articles:  http://www.chesapeakequarterly.net/V14N1/index.html?utm_source=Chesapeake+Bay+News&utm_campaign=81bff564d9-Chesapeake_Bay_News4_23_2013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_71ced15df1-81bff564d9-61680005

http://www.chesapeakequarterly.net/V14N1/main3/
http://www.chesapeakequarterly.net/V14N1/main1/

Recommendations of the Expert Panel to Define Removal Rates for Individual Stream Restoration Projects Stream_Panel_Report_Final_02062014_LONG_Version

Watershed Approach Handbook: Improving Outcomes and Increasing Benefits Associated with Wetland and Stream Restoration and Protection Projects watershed-approach-handbook-improving-outcomes-and-increasing-benefits-associated-wetland-and-stream_0

Peter Wilcock’s talk from March 5, 2014 MSRA Meeting “Making Stream Restoration Decisions” Wilcock_SR_Decisions_MSRA_5March2014

Peter Wilcock et al. paper “Is Urban Stream Restoration Worth It” from the Journal of the American Water Resources Association Kenney_JAWRA2012_WorthIt

This article from Great Britain shows how stream restoration and ‘rewilding’ are part of a shift in flood-abatement practices there:http://www.monbiot.com/2014/01/13/drowning-in-money/

CWP’s Stream Restoration Crediting Protocols Powerpoint presentation from Fall 2013 MSRA Meeting

Critical Evaluation of How the Rosgen Classification and Associated ‘Natural Channel Design’ Methods Fail to Integrate and Quantify Fluvial Processes and Channel Response¬Ě by A. Simon, M. Doyle, M. Kondolf, F.D. Shields Jr., B. Rhoads, and M. McPhillips. – http://naldc.nal.usda.gov/download/7764/PDF

Baldigo & Ernst, “Do Fish Benefit from Stream Restoration in the Catskills Mountain?” – http://nywea.org/clearwaters/09-2-summer/08-DoFishBenefit.pdf

Palmer, M. “Reforming Watershed Restoration: Science in Need of Application and Applications in Need of Science.”-  http://www.palmerlab.umd.edu/docs/Palmer_2008_Reforming_watershed_restoration_Est_&_Coasts.pdf

FEMA Publication “Engineering With Nature: Alternative Techniques to Riprap Bank Stabilization” – http://www.fema.gov/txt/about/regions/regionx/Engineering_With_Nature_Web.txt

Doyles and Shields, “Compensatory Mitigation for Stream Under the Clean Water Act” – Doyle and Shields 2012

Watershed Assessment of River Stability & Sediment Supply (WARSSS) – http://water.epa.gov/scitech/datait/tools/warsss/index.cfm

Patapsco River Dam Removal Study: Assessing Changes in American Eel Distribution and Aquatic Communities http://www.dnr.state.md.us/streams/pdfs/2012_PatapscoFinalReport.pdf

View these draft documents from the Chesapeake Bay Program. The document explains how an Expert Panel has described four general protocols to define the pollutant load reductions associated with individual stream restoration projects. The report also includes examples to show users how to apply each protocol in the appropriate manner. In addition, the Panel recommended several important qualifying conditions and environmental considerations for stream restoration projects to ensure they produce functional uplift for local streams. urban_stream_restoration_panel_CBP final_report_12062012


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