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Streaming Video Collection:
Riparian Management

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Below is the RTI Website collection of Riparian Management streaming videos.

2011 Presentations

Variability of Coastal Cutthroat Trout Abundance and LIDaR-Derived Channel Morphometry in Headwater Catchments
Jason Walter
From the 2011 College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium

2010 Presentations

Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference
The 12 presentations from this conference were given in Olympia, Washington. The conference gives updates on the research being done by the Cooperative Monitoring Evaluation and Research Committee (CMER) of the Timber, Fish and Wildlife Program.

2009 Presentations

Variability of Coastal Cutthroat Trout Abundance and LIDaR-Derived Channel Morphometry in Headwater Catchments
Jason Walter
From the 2009 College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium
Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference
The 17 presentations from this conference were given in Olympia, Washington. This conference gives updates on the research being done by the Cooperative Monitoring Evaluation and Research Committee (CMER) of the Timber, Fish and Wildlife Program. Much of the research focuses on riparian management.

2008 Presentations

Riparian Adaptive Management Symposium -
This two day symposium was hosted at the Olympic Natural Resources Center in Forks, WA. The streaming media include audio and video segments that cover the presentations as well as the questions/discussion.
Getting Across: Passage of aquatic and semi-aquatic organisms at road-stream crossings -
This stream passage video set was originally produced in 2003 by the USDA Forest Service, Technology and Development Center, San Dimas, California in Cooperation with Federal Highways Administration. The VHS video tapes were converted by the Rural Technology Initiative to digital video and are now available for download or to view over the Internet.
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*Riparian Hardwood Conversion: Stand Structure and Economics -
Frank Brown, Pacific Rim Forest Management, LLC
Questions and Answers
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
* This presentation includes some audio disruption
25:40
Eastern Washington Type F Riparian Assessment Project (Phase I) -
Reggie Fay: Mason, Bruce, and Girard
Questions and Answers
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
18:11
The Type N Experimental Buffer Treatment Study: Testing the Effectiveness of Riparian Buffers Along Non-Fishbearing Streams -
Aimee P. McIntyre, Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
8:49
Preliminary Pre-Harvest Riparian Stand Characterization: Type N Experimental Buffer Treatment Study -
Dave Schuett-Hames, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
Questions and Answers
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
17:26
Type N Experimental Buffer Study Windthrow and Sediment Transport -
Stephanie Estrella, Washington Dept. of Ecology
Questions and Answers
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
13:54

2007 Presentations

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Tree Fall and Large Woody Debris Recruitment in Westside Type N Riparian Buffers: Preliminary Data Analysis - Dave Schuett-Hames, CMER-NWIFC
Questions & Answers
15:03
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Westside Type N Riparian Buffer Characteristics, Integrity and Function Study: 2006 - Ash Roorbach, CMER-NWIFC
Questions & Answers
11:29
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Effectiveness of riparian management zone prescriptions in protecting and maintaining shade, solar energy, and water temperature in forested streams of Eastern Washington - Part A: Shade - Eddie Cupp, Terrapin Environmental
25:46
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Type N Experimental Buffer Study - Downstream Export - Bill Ehinger, WDOE
Questions & Answers
19:13
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Description of Treatment Basins for the Type N Experimental Buffer Treatment Study - Aimee McIntyre, WDFW
Questions & Answers

17:18
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2006 Presentations

 
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Remote Sensing Workshop for Riparian Studies -
Held at the University of Washington Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture in Seattle. The workshop includes 9 streaming video presenations.
Influence of Riparian Harvesting on the Chemistry of Headwater Streams in Western Washington - Daniel Vogt, Associate Professor, UW College of Forest Resources
27:23
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River Food Web Response to Riparian Zone Manipulation - J. Timothy Wootton, Department of Ecology & Evolution, U. of Chicago
31:43
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2005 Presentations

 
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Developing Management Templates for Increased Biodiversity and Economic Viability in Intensively Managed Forests - Kevin Zobrist, RTI Forest Economist, UW's College of Forest Resources
16:59
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Alternate Plans For Riparian Hardwood Conversion: Challenges and Opportunities - Kevin Zobrist, RTI Forest Economist, UW's College of Forest Resources
20:17
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CMER, The Cooperative Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Program; Science to Inform Adaptive Management - Steve McConnell, NW Indian Fisheries Commission
20:56
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Patterns of Nutrient Dynamics and Biological Communities in Headwater Streams: Role of Riparian Red Alder - Peter Kiffney, NW Fisheries Science Center, Mukilteo Biological Field Station
24:41
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Stream Stability Assessment: a practical approach using geomorphic reference sites - Laurie Flaherty, WSU Cooperative Extension
8:52
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2004 Presentations

 
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An Innovative Assessment Procedure for Riparian Management - Kevin R. Gehringer, Ph.D.,Postdoctoral Researcher, UW College of Forest Resources
32:28
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2003 Presentations

 
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Riparian Management Templates for Profitability and Environmental Protection - Kevin Zobrist, Forest Management and Economics Analyst, RTI
18:38
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Forested Riparian Buffers: Function, Management and Economic Implications for Agriculture - Jon D. Johnson, Associate Professor, NRS, WSU-Puyallup
6:12
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Stream Channel Stabilization - Barry Moore, WSU Associate Professor
9:59
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Riparian Zone Management Field Trips for
Eastern Washington and Western Washington

Western Washington RMZ Informational Field Trip

The University of Washington
Pack Experimental Forest

Eatonville, WA; June 2003

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(download: 7-10 mins)

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(download : 2-4 mins)

Eastern Washington RMZ Informational Field Trip

WSU Cooperative Extension/US Forest Service Sherwood Creek Demonstration Forest

Chewelah, WA; October 2003

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(download: 6-9 mins)

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(download: 2-4 mins)

 
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