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Streambank Revegetation and Protection: A Guide for Alaska
- Alaska Department of Natural Resources. 1986. Kenai River Comprehensive Management Plan. Report Prepared in Cooperation with the Kenai Peninsula Borough. Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Anchorage, Alaska. 384 pp.
- Alaska Department of Natural Resources. 2004. Fees: permit for the commercial use or commercial harvest of forest products other than timber. 11 AAC 05.010(a)(22). http://www.dnr.state.ak.us/mlw/hottopics/draft_regs/filed_regs.pdf p.4
- Argus, George W. 1973. The Genus of Salix in Alaska and the Yukon. The National Museum of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 278 pp.
- Beschta, R.L., and W.S. Platts. 1986. Morphological features of small streams: significance and function. Water Resources Bulletin 22(3):369-379.
- Beeson, C.E., and P.F. Doyle. 1995. Comparison of bank erosion at vegetated and non-vegetated channel bends. Water Resources Bulletin 31(6):983-990.
- Burger, C.V., D.B. Wangaard, R.L. Wilmot, and A.N. Palmisano. 1982. Salmon Investigations in the Kenai River, Alaska, 1979-1981. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Fisheries Research Center, Alaska Field Station, Anchorage, Alaska. 139 pp.
- Collet, Dominique M. 2002. Willows of Southcentral Alaska. Kenai Watershed Forum, Kenai, Alaska. 109 pp.
- Cook-Tabor, Carrie. 1995. Effects of Suspended Sediments on Salmonids: Annotated Bibliography. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 11 pp.
- Desbonnet, A., P. Pogue, V. Lee, and N. Wolff. 1994. Vegetated Buffers in the Coastal Zone - A Summary Review and Bibliography. Coastal Resources Center Technical Report No. 2064. University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography, Narragansett, Rhode Island. 72 pp.
- Dolloff, C.A., and G.H. Reeves. 1990. Microhabitat partitioning among stream-dwelling juvenile coho salmon, Oncorhynchu kisutch, and Dolly Varden, Salvenis malma. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 47:2297-2306.
- Groffman, P.M., A.J. Gold, T.P. Husband, R.C. Simmons, and W.R. Eddleman. 1991. An Investigation into Multiple Uses of Vegetated Buffer Strips. Current Report No. NBP-91-63. Narragansett Bay Project, Providence, Rhode Island.
- Hauser, William, and Edward W. Weiss. 2001. Landowner Guide to Fish Habitat Conservation and Restoration Practices. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Habitat and Restoration Division, Anchorage, Alaska. 60 pp.
- Hillman, T.W., J.S. Griffith, and W.S. Platts. 1987. Summer and winter habitat selection by juvenile chinook salmon in a highly sedimented Idaho stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 116:185-195.
- Knudsen, E.E., and S.J. Dilley. 1987. Effects of riprap bank reinforcement on juvenile salmonids in four western Washington streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 7:351-356.
- Liepitz, G.S. 1994. An Assessment of the Cumulative Impacts of Development and Human Uses on Fish Habitat in the Kenai River. Technical Report 94-6. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Habitat and Restoration Division, Anchorage, Alaska. 59 pp.
- Miller, Dale E. 1999. Deformable streambanks: can we call it restoration without them? Pages 293-300 in: Olsen, Darren and John P. Potyondy, eds. Proceedings: Specialty Conference, Wildland Hydrology, Bozeman, Montana. American Water Resources Association, Herndon, Virginia.
- Native Plants Network. 2004. http://nativeplants.for.uidaho.edu/network/.
- Peters, Roger J. 2004. Personal Communication.
- Peters, Roger J., E. Eric Knudsen, Gilbert B. Pauley, and C. Jeff Cederholm. 1996. Microhabitat Selection by Juvenile Coho Salmon in the Mainstem Clearwater River. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Western Washington Fishery Resource Office, Olympia, Washington. 46 pp.
- Rosgen, David L. 1994. A classification of natural rivers. Catena 22:169-199.
- Rosgen, David L. 1996. Applied River Morphology. Wildland Hydrology, Pagosa Springs, Colorado. 390 pp.
- Reed, Porter B. 1988. National List of Plant Species that Occur in Wetlands: Alaska (Region A). Biological Report 88 (26.11). U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, D.C.