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BRIDGES – Stream Experiments at the Catchment Scale

Published On: 9/8/2015

New BRIDGES cluster highlights catchment-scale stream restoration experiments


The latest BRIDGES cluster of articles in Freshwater Science focuses on catchment-scale stream restoration experiment in Melbourne, Australia.


Five papers are included in this cluster:

Stream experiments at the catchment scale: the challenges and rewards of collaborating with community and government to push policy boundaries

Christopher J. Walsh and Tim D. Fletcher

Freshwater Science, Vol. 34, No. 3 (September 2015), pp. 1159-1160



Restoring a stream through retention of urban stormwater runoff: a catchment-scale experiment in a social–ecological system

Christopher J. Walsh, Tim D. Fletcher, Darren G. Bos, and Samantha J. Imberger

Freshwater Science, Vol. 34, No. 3 (September 2015), pp. 1161-1168



Overcoming barriers to community participation in a catchment-scale experiment: building trust and changing behavior

Darren G. Bos and Helen L. Brown

Freshwater Science, Vol. 34, No. 3 (September 2015), pp. 1169-1175



Building capacity in low-impact drainage management through research collaboration

Matthew J. Burns, Elizabeth Wallis, and Vjekoslav Matic

Freshwater Science, Vol. 34, No. 3 (September 2015), pp. 1176-1185



Integrating stormwater management to restore a stream: perspectives from a waterway management authority

Toby Prosser, Peter J. Morison, and Rhys A. Coleman

Freshwater Science, Vol. 34, No. 3 (September 2015), pp. 1186-1194



BRIDGES is a recurring feature of FWS intended to provide a forum for the interchange of ideas and information relevant to FWS readers, but beyond the usual scope of a scientific paper. Articles in this series bridge from aquatic ecology to other disciplines (such as political science, economics, education, chemistry, or other biological sciences). Papers may be complementary or take alternative viewpoints. Authors or guest editors with ideas for topics should contact BRIDGES Editors, Ashley Moerke (amoerke@lssu.edu) or Allison Roy (aroy@eco.umass.edu).


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