USDA Forest Service - Redwood
Sciences Lab--Pacific Southwest Research Station's Redwood Science
Laboratory has lists of publications, personnel, research activities,
and projects. The lab is host to the Stream Team WWW site.
USDA Forest Service-Rocky Mountain
Research Station-- The Rocky Mountain Research Station has lists
of publications, personnel, research activities, and projects. The
Streams Systems Technology Center is located at station headquarters
in Fort Collins, Colorado.
USFS Fish Ecology
Unit The Fish Ecology Unit, formerly known as the Fish Habitat
Relationships Program, develops technology to address emerging aquatic
resource issues and disseminates this technology to aquatic resource
specialists through continuing education workshops, presentations,
publications, and on-site visits.
Management Council --The Watershed Management Council, a non-profit
educational organization dedicated to the advancement of the art
and science of watershed management, represents a broad range of
watershed management interests and disciplines. Links to an extensive
Water/Road Interaction Project Documents (mirror from San Dimas
T&D Intranet site) -- this project examines the interactions
between water and roads in terms of surface drainage, subsurface
drainage, and drainage crossings. It also contains a detailed annotated
bibliography through January 1998.
National Inventory and Assessment Proceedure
for Identifying Barriers to Aquatic Organism Passage at Road-Stream
Crossings (pdf ~ 5 MB). Draft Final. This document describes
a proceedure for determining the performance of road-stream crossing
culverts in the passage of Aquatic Organisms. The proceedure is
based on the use of the FishXing
Stream Systems Technology Center
USDA, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 2150 Centre Ave, Bldg. A, Suite 368, Fort Collins, CO 80526.
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