Oxbow Resources

How long is long enough to make a Water Quality improvement
Defining the minimum length of stream restoration necessary to make a water quality improvement: Based on Ohio case studies.

OEPA Modified Stream Habitat Poster
The anatomy of a Modifed Stream: Inputs, Outputs, and Interactions

Ecology of a Stream



contact Oxbow for information on the following

  • October Issue of Ohio Magazine, Ohio's Native Brook Trout
  • Riparian Ecology
  • Managing Riparian Areas
  • Segmented Habitat in Warm Water Streams
  • Riffle Construction in Modified Stream Channels
  • The Importance of Instream Habitat
  • The Nature of Stream Restoration

Related Links

Related Websites

Canadian Rivers Institute

Bioengineering, Robbin B. Sotir and Associates

Scioto River Valley Federation

OSU Streams Page

Newbury Hydraulics

Wildland Hydrology

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