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100 1  Naiman, Robert J 
245 10 Riparia :|bEcology, Conservation, and Management of 
       Streamside Communities 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Burlington :|bElsevier Science & Technology,|c2005 
264  4 |c©2005 
300    1 online resource (445 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Aquatic Ecology 
505 0  Intro -- Foreword -- Preface -- 1 Introduction -- Overview
       -- Purpose -- Hydrological Context -- Ecological Context -
       - Landscape Context -- Cultural Setting -- Rationale for 
       Riparian Ecology -- Setting the Stage -- 2 Catchments and 
       the Physical Template -- Overview -- Purpose -- Catchments
       and Hierarchical Patterns of Geomorphic Features -- 
       Catchment Form and Channel Networks -- Catchment History -
       - Hierarchical Patterns of Geomorphic Features in 
       Catchments -- Geomorphic Processes and Process Domains -- 
       Headwater Erosion -- Channel Processes -- Floodplain and 
       Channel Interactions -- Hydrologic Connectivity and 
       Surface Water-Groundwater Exchange -- Surface Connectivity
       and Flooding -- The Dynamics of the Linked Surface-
       Subsurface Hydrologic System -- Conclusions -- 3 Riparian 
       Typology -- Overview -- Purpose -- The Historical Context 
       -- Theoretical Basis for Classification -- Application of 
       Ecological Information -- Inventory -- Classification -- 
       Emerging Classification Concepts -- Geomorphic 
       Classification -- Hierarchical Classification -- Rosgen's 
       Classification -- Geomorphic Characterization (Aspect I) -
       - Morphologic Description (Aspect II) -- The Process 
       Domain Concept -- The Hydrogeomorphic Approach -- Biotic 
       Classification -- Soils -- Plants -- Wildlife -- Treating 
       Complexity and Heterogeneity in Classification Systems -- 
       Attributes of an Enduring Classification System -- 
       Conclusions -- 4 Structural Patterns -- Overview -- 
       Purpose -- Life History Strategies -- Morphological and 
       Physiological Adaptations of Riparian Plants -- 
       Reproductive Strategies -- Distribution, Structure, and 
       Abundance -- Identification of Riparian Zones Based on 
       Soils and Vegetation Type -- Biophysical Characteristics 
       of Riparian Soils -- Organic Matter -- Moisture -- Fauna -
       - General Distributions of Aboveground and Belowground 
       Communities -- Lateral Zonation 
505 8  Longitudinal Zonation -- Successional and Seasonal 
       Community Patterns -- Vegetative Succession -- Faunal 
       Succession -- Density, Basal Area, and Biomass -- 
       Biological Diversity -- Diversity Theory and Measurement -
       - Vegetative Diversity -- Site and Catchment Patterns -- 
       Refuges -- Factors Controlling Species Richness -- Faunal 
       Diversity -- Diversity of Soil Organisms -- Aboveground 
       Fauna Diversity -- 5 Biotic Functions of Riparia -- 
       Overview -- Purpose -- Water Use and Flux -- Nutrient 
       Fluxes -- Overview of Cycles and Processes -- Production 
       Ecology -- Growth and Metabolism of Riparian Trees -- 
       Timing of Growth and Rates of Net Primary Production -- 
       Litterfall -- Mortality Rates -- Root Production -- 
       Decomposition Dynamics -- Principles of Decomposition 
       Dynamics -- Litter Quality -- Exogenous Nutrient Supply --
       Temperature -- Oxygen Tension -- Nutrient Dynamics During 
       Decay -- Factors Controlling Immobilization of Nitrogen --
       Initial Litter Quality -- Exogenous Nutrient Supply -- 
       Anaerobic Decay -- Temperature -- Mechanisms of Nitrogen 
       Immobilization -- Nitrogen Accumulation in Microbial 
       Biomass -- Nitrogen Accumulation in By-Products of 
       Microbial Activity -- Decomposition of Riparian Litter -- 
       Information Fluxes -- Microclimate -- Conclusions -- 6 
       Biophysical Connectivity and Riparian Functions -- 
       Overview -- Purpose -- Patch Dynamics and a Landscape 
       Perspective of Catchments -- Nutrient Flows -- Riparian 
       Zones as Buffers Against Nutrient Pollution from Upland 
       Runoff -- Riparian Zones as Buffers Against High In-Stream
       Nutrient Levels -- Particle-Nutrient Considerations -- 
       Energy Flows and Food Webs -- Energy Flows Between Riparia
       and Adjoining Aquatic Systems -- Large Animal Connections 
       -- The Functional Grouping of Large Animal Interactions --
       Pacific Salmon Influences on Riparian Ecosystems -- 
       Conclusions -- 7 Disturbance and Agents of Change 
505 8  Overview -- Purpose -- Major Categories of Change -- Human
       Demography -- Resource Use -- Technology Development -- 
       Social Organization -- Riparian Disturbances -- Defining 
       Anthropogenic Disturbance -- Understanding History: Basic 
       Concepts and Approaches -- Legacies and Lag-Times -- 
       Cumulative Effects -- Historical Examples of Riparian 
       Alterations -- Pervasive Human-Mediated Changes -- 
       Disturbance Ecology: Responses to Stress -- Ecological 
       Consequences of Flow Regulation -- Theory -- Extent of 
       Flow Regulation -- Effects on Native Species and Processes
       -- Alterations to Energy and Nutrient Budgets -- Basic 
       Ecological Principles -- Consequences of Global Climate 
       and Land Use Changes -- Climate Change -- Changes in 
       Temperature Regimes -- Changes in Precipitation and Runoff
       Regimes -- Early Snowmelt Runoff -- Increased 
       Precipitation Variability -- Reduced Discharge -- Can 
       Riparia Adapt to Climate Change? -- Land Use Change -- 
       Temperature Regimes -- Nutrient Enrichment -- Invasive 
       Species -- Conclusions -- 8 Management -- Overview -- 
       Purpose -- Riparian Management: A Recent and Evolving 
       Concern -- Economic Valuation of Riparia -- Social and 
       Cultural Perspective -- Suitable Management Institutions -
       - Information Collection and Dissemination -- Riparian 
       Management: A Process Linked to Catchment and to River 
       Management -- Riparian Benefits from Catchment Management 
       -- Riparian Benefits from River Management -- Catchments 
       and Rivers Benefit from Riparian Management -- Riparian 
       Management: A Highly Specific Process -- Adaptiveness -- 
       Sustainability -- Appropriateness -- Timber Harvest 
       Practices -- Revegetation of Riverbanks -- Human Dimension
       of Riparian Management -- Shared Socioenvironmental 
       Visions -- Social-Ecological Systems -- Communication 
       Needs -- Conclusions -- Riparian Management as an Emerging
       Issue -- 9 Conservation -- Overview -- Purpose 
505 8  Conserving Riparia for Biodiversity -- Conserving Riparia 
       for Ecosystem Services -- Conserving Riparia for their 
       Hydrologic Effects -- Riparian Conservation in a 
       Management Context -- Human Benefits from Riparian 
       Conservation -- Emergence of New Conservation Legislation 
       -- Riparian Conservation for the Long Term -- Approaching 
       Scientific Uncertainty in Ecological Problem Solving -- 
       Integrating Ecological Knowledge with the Social and 
       Ethical Aspects -- Conclusions -- 10 Restoration -- 
       Overview -- Purpose -- General Principles and Definitions 
       -- Returning to More Natural Hydrologic Regimes -- 
       Developing a Restoration Plan -- Getting Organized -- 
       Identifying Problems and Opportunities -- Defining Goals 
       and Objectives -- Implementing, Monitoring, and Evaluating
       -- Financial Incentives -- Setting Priorities -- Assessing
       the Ecological Integrity of Riparia -- Specific 
       Enhancements -- Implementing Riparian Silvicultural 
       Practices -- Reintroducing Large Woody Debris -- Designing
       Riparian Buffer Zones -- Prescribed Grazing -- Optimizing 
       Riparia for Biodiversity -- Conclusions -- 11 Synthesis --
       Overview -- Purpose -- Riparia as Keystone Units of 
       Catchment Ecosystems -- Riparia as Nodes of Ecological 
       Organization -- A Unified Perspective of Riparian Ecology 
       -- Developing a Future Vision -- Scenario Development -- 
       Forecasting, Prediction, and Projection -- Emerging 
       Perspectives, Tools, and Approaches -- Emerging 
       Perspectives -- Emerging Tools and Approaches -- 
       Aboveground -- Belowground -- General Techniques -- 
       Principles for the Ecological Management of Riparia -- 
       Global Environmental Change -- Conclusions -- Bibliography
       -- Index 
520    This book describes the underlying water conditions and 
       geologies that support viable riparia, illustrates the 
       ecological characteristics of riparia, and discusses how 
       riparia are used by human cultures as well as how riparia 
       can be used to sustain environmental quality. In recent 
       years riparian management has been widely implemented as a
       means of improving fisheries, water quality, and habitat 
       for endangered species. This book provides the basic 
       knowledge necessary to implement successful, long-term 
       management and rehabilitation programs. * Treats riparian 
       patterns & processes in a holistic perspective, from 
       ecological components to societal activities * Contains 
       over 130 illustrations and photos that summarize this 
       complex ecological system * Synthesizes the information 
       from more than 6,000 professional articles * Sidebars 
       provide a look into ongoing research that is at the 
       frontiers of riparian ecology and management 
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650  0 Riparian areas--Management 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Décamps, H 
700 1  McClain, Michael E 
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