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Streams & Rivers Monitoring

The completion of construction is often thought of as the final step of a restoration project, but is only the beginning of the next phase: monitoring to assess success and determine if corrective actions are needed. Site monitoring, preferably for at least three to five years, is important to evaluate progress and document ecological changes that lag in response to restoration activities.

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  • Monitoring Structural and Functional Characteristics

  • Monitoring Riparian and In-stream Restoration

  • Monitoring Fish Passage Restoration

  • Watershed Level Monitoring