How a long-term collaborative effort with multiple partners helped restore and protect the integrity of a bottomland hardwood system on a dam regulated river

//How a long-term collaborative effort with multiple partners helped restore and protect the integrity of a bottomland hardwood system on a dam regulated river
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Part of the Southeast Aquatic Resources Conservation Science and Practice Webinar Series, sponsored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southeast Region. To see other webinars in this series, visit http://www.fws.gov/southeast/webinars/.

How a long-term collaborative effort with multiple partners helped restore and protect the integrity of a bottomland hardwood system on a dam regulated river

Wednesday, March 29, 10:00 am ET

The recent adoption of a quasi-run-of-river flow regime at the John H. Kerr Dam and two lower hydropower dams, resulting from a years-long science-based effort by a broad-based partnership, will help to restore a more natural hydrologic regime to protect and enhance bottomland hardwood habitat like this parcel on the Roanoke River NWR.

John Ellis*, Wilson Laney* (USFWS – Raleigh, NC), Jean Richter* (USFWS – Roanoke River NWR, NC)

 

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