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Restoration and enhancement of aquatic habitats in Alaska : case study reports, policy guidance, and recommendations
  • Published Date:
    1994
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Restoration and enhancement of aquatic habitats in Alaska : case study reports, policy guidance, and recommendations
Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    United States, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, ; Alaska, Department of Fish and Game., Habitat and Restoration Division ; Alaska Coastal Management Program
  • Series:
    Technical report (Alaska. Department of Fish and Game. Habitat and Restoration Division) ; no. 94-3
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  • Description:
    Executive summary -- Introduction -- Case studies -- Policy guidance -- Process-related issues -- References cited -- Appendices.

    "For the past two years, the Habitat and Restoration Division... has received funding to 1) assess the extent and status of aquatic habitat restoration and enhancement work in Alaska, and 2) develop guidelines and policy recommendations which will assure more effective and efficient restoration and enhancement activities in the future... This technical report presents the results of the second and final year of the two-year grant study... The first year of the grant project involved the systematic compilation of all available information on aquatic habitat restoration and enhancements within the state... During the second year, a select number of these restoration and enhancement projects were further developed as case histories. The purpose was to provide a closer look at the types of projects of high current and future interest for the state, evaluate their effectiveness, and record the lessons learned from these attempts."--p.vii.

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