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River Restoration:
Practices and Concepts

Since 2001, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant has hosted workshops pertaining to various aspects of river and stream restoration. The River Restoration: Practices and Concepts workshops provide the opportunity to hear about the latest restoration projects from experts nationally as well as from the region, and communicate with other professionals with similar interests.

A Hands-on Workshop on the Latest Techniques for Stream Restoration, 2001
IISG-01-21

A Hands-on Workshop on the Latest Techniques for Dam Modification and Removal, 2002
IISG-02-03

Beyond the Basics of Dam Removal and Modification Workshop, 2003
IISG-03-05

Riparian Bioengineering and Restoration Techniques, 2004
IISG-04-11

Restoring Stream Fisheries with Meander Pools, Riffles and Fishways, 2005
IISG-05-22

Fish Passage on Midwestern Streams: Evaluation of Stability and Functionality of Dam Removals, Constructed Fishways and Culvert Crossings, 2007
IISG-07-30

If we build it, will they come? Messy Implications of Assessing Biological Responses to River Restoration, 2009
Luther Aadland, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Design, Implementation and Analysis of Studies to Evaluate Restoration Resources, 2009
Robert Fisher, University of Alabama at Birmingham

River Restoration

Contact

Kimberly Lomax
Office Manager
217-333-6444
klomax@illinois.edu


Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant College Program
University of Illinois
1101 W. Peabody Drive
374 National Soybean Research Center, MC-635
Urbana, IL 61801
Ph: 217.333.6444 | Fax: 217.333.8046
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