Thomas Dimino

Thomas Dimino

Jun 23, 2015

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About This Project

Restorations of rivers and streams are becoming more and more common to mitigate or repair human impacts, from agriculture, to flood control and energy generation. These restorations are claimed to restore ecosystem services and biodiversity within the streams and rivers, yet remain poorly studied pre- and post-restoration. By comparing restored sites to least impacted systems, we will be able to evaluate whether restoration is truly worth the money.

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