Water management and conservation
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This document reports on findings, conclusions and recommendations derived from scientific literature and knowledge regarding the effectiveness of tide gate removal or upgrade in improving conditions for Oregon’s native migratory fish species.
Stormwater planters are like rain gardens: They capture runoff and filter out sediment and pollutants. Unlike rain gardens, stormwater planters are contained in structures made of wood, stone, brick, or concrete. You could call them "rain gardens in a box." Explore the two different kinds of stormwater planters and how each manages runoff.
StreamWebs offers a suite of online applications for students to share and analyze their data and review the work of their peers.
Proceedings of the West Coast Symposium on the Effects of Tide Gates on Estuarine Habitats and Fishes
Proceedings from a 2006 symposium
A study of tide gates and their environmental effects.