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The geomorphic response of rivers to dams: a short course.Author(s): M.J. Furniss; J. Guntle
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-601. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. CD-ROM
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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Day 1: Tuesday, March 11, 20031:15 Forest Service line officer perspective: John Berry, Forest Supervisor, El Dorado National Forest, CA
2:00 Power company perspective: John Esler, Portland General Electric, OR
3:30 The spatial and geographical context of nonfederal hydropower dams on Forest Service lands in the West: Gordon Grant, PNW Research Station, Corvallis, OR
Day 2: Wednesday, March 12, 20038:00 Geomorphic effects of dams on rivers: a tutorial: Gordon Grant
9:10 Geomorphic effects, continued: Gordon Grant
10:15 Biological objectives tied to physical processes: Scott McBain, McBain and Trush, Arcata, CA
11:00 Case Study #1: Tuolumne River: Scott McBain, McBain and Trush, Arcata, CA
1:15 Case Study #2 Deschutes River: Gordon Grant
2:15 Case Study #3 Mokelumne River: Greg Pasternack, UC Davis
3:30 Group exercise interpreting river responses to dams: Moderator, Peter Wampler, Oregon State University
4:15 Start workshop modules and continue through day 3
Day 3: Thursday, March 13, 20038 to 11 AM Theme 5 continued: Group exercise - interpreting river responses to dams, Moderator: Peter Wampler (Oregon State University)
8:00 Module 2: Flow Regimes
9:15 15 minute break
9:30 Module 3: Downstream Effects
10:30 Wrap up of exercise
11 AM Large group discussion of how FS technical staff defines information needs and translates that into study requests, utilizing concepts, and information presented at the workshop
12 PM Adjourn.
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CitationFurniss, M.J.; Guntle, J., eds. 2004. The geomorphic response of rivers to dams: a short course. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-601. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. CD-ROM
KeywordsCD, geomorphic response, rivers, dams
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