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NetMap: a new tool in support of watershed science and resource management.Author(s): L. Benda; D. Miller; K. Andras; P. Bigelow; G. Reeves; D. Michael
Source: Forest Science. 53(2): 206-219
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionIn this paper, we show how application of principles of river ecology can guide use of a comprehensive terrain database within geographic information system (GIS) to facilitate watershed analysis relevant to natural resource management. We present a unique arrangement of a terrain database, GIS, and principles of riverine ecology for the purpose of advancing watershed analysis and natural resource management, including forestry, restoration, monitoring, and regulation.
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CitationBenda, L.; Miller, D.; Andras, K.; Bigelow, P.; Reeves, G.; Michael, D. 2007. NetMap: a new tool in support of watershed science and resource management. Forest Science. 53(2): 206-219
KeywordsWatershed analysis, GIS, river ecology
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