Riverine science at the Fort Collins Science Center
Product Type:Web Site/Page
Author(s):Wilson, J.T. G.T. Auble, and R.E. Zuellig
Suggested Citation:Wilson, J.T. G.T. Auble, and R.E. Zuellig. 2009. Riverine science at the Fort Collins Science Center. 09/01/2009
As stewards of our Nation’s natural resources, land and water management agencies are responsible for balancing use and conservation of water resources. Agency managers face increasing and often competing demands for water resources that can result in alteration or loss of critical riverine, riparian, and wetland habitats. At every level of government, managers need quantitative, objective, science-based information that helps them manage, conserve, and plan for the Nation’s water resources and the species and habitats they support...
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