Autor: J. Alan Yeakley
ISBN-13: 9781461488170
Veröffentl: 11.12.2013
Einband: Book
Seiten: 271
Gewicht: 537 g
Format: 243x162x20 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest

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This book addresses the profound consequences of urbanization on wild salmon, trout, char, grayling and whitefish (collectively salmonids), which have been a significant local food and cultural resource for Pacific Northwest peoples for millennia.
InhaltsangabeChapter 1. Global context (Yeakley).- Chapter 2. Oregon context (Yeakley).- Chapter 3. Hydrology (Yeakley, Shock, Maas-Hebner).- Chapter 4. Riparian and Aquatic Physical Habitat (Yeakley, Maas-Hebner, Kaczynski).- Chapter 5. Fish Passage (Hughes, Kaczynski).- Chapter 6. Water Quality (Yeakley, Shock).- Chapter 7. Wastewater (Yeakley, Kaczynski, Schreck).-Chapter 8.  Water Quality in Pacific Northwest Urban and Urbanizing Aquatic Ecosystems (Yeakley).-Chapter 9. Aquatic Ecosystems (Hughes, Yeakley).- Chapter 10. Salmonid Populations (Hughes).- Chapter 11. Physiological Aspects (Schreck).- Chapter 12. Methods of Rehabilitation (Maas-Hebner, Hughes).- Chapter 13. Determining Rehabilitation Success (Maas-Hebner, Hughes).-Chapter 14. Research and Monitoring Needs (Hughes, Yeakley).- Chapter 15. Importance of the Socio-Ecological Context (Shock, Yeakley).- Chapter 16. Planning and Regulatory Approaches (Molina).- Chapter 17. Market-based Actions (Maas-Hebner).- Chapter 18. Watershed and Landscape Scale Actions (Yeakley).- Chapter 19. Global Dialogue (Hughes).- Chapter 20. Conclusions (Yeakley).- Appendix B: Wild Salmonids in Urbanizing Oregon - Editor/Author Credentials.
Chapter 1. Introduction to Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest (Yeakley).- Chapter 2. Global and Regional Context of Salmonids and Urban Areas (Yeakley, Hughes).- Chapter 3. Regulatory and Planning Approaches to Protecting Salmonids in Urbanizing Environments (Molina).- Chapter 4. Socio-Ecological Context of Salmonids in the City (Shandas).- Chapter 5. Urban Hydrology in the Pacific Northwest (Yeakley).- Chapter 6. Urbanization Impacts on Pacific Northwest Aquatic and Riparian Habitats (Maas-Hebner, Dunham).- Chapter 7. Fish Passage through Urban and Rural-Residential Areas (Hughes, Dunham).- Chapter 8. Water Quality in Pacific Northwest Urban and Urbanizing Aquatic Ecosystems (Yeakley).- Chapter 9. Toxic Contaminants in the Urban Aquatic Environment (Foster, Curtis, Gundersen).- Chapter 10. Wastewater Treatment and the Urban Aquatic Environment (Dunham).- Chapter 11. Aquatic Biota in Urban Areas (Hughes, Dunham).- Chapter 12. Wild Salmonids in the Urban Environment: Lethal and Sublethal Effects (Maas-Hebner, Hughes, Schreck).- Chapter 13. Rehabilitating Aquatic Ecosystems in Developed Areas (Maas-Hebner).- Chapter 14. Prioritizing, Monitoring, Assessing, and Communicating Rehabilitation Efforts in Urbanized Watersheds (Maas-Hebner).- Chapter 15. Market-Based Strategies to Offset New Development Impacts on Aquatic Ecosystems (Maas-Hebner and Dunham).- Chapter 16. Watershed and Landscape Actions for Mitigating Impacts on Urban Salmonids (Yeakley, Dunham).- Chapter 17. Major Research and Monitoring Needs for Urban Streams and Watersheds (Hughes, Yeakley).- Chapter 18. Summary of Salmonid Rehabilitation Lessons from the Pacific Northwest (Yeakley, Maas-Hebner, Hughes).
Wild salmon, trout, char, grayling, and whitefish (collectively salmonids) have been a significant local food and cultural resource for Pacific Northwest peoples for millennia. The location, size, and distribution of urban areas along streams, rivers, estuaries, and coasts directly and indirectly alter and degrade wild salmonid populations and their habitats. Although urban and exurban areas typically cover a smaller fraction of the landscape than other land uses combined, they have profound consequences for local ecosystems, aquatic and terrestrial populations, and water quality and quantity._
Editiert von: J. Alan Yeakley, Kathleen G. Maas-Hebner, Robert M. Hughes
J. Alan Yeakley earned his Ph.D. in environmental science from the University of Virginia in 1993. His areas of research interest include watershed hydrology, biogeochemistry, plant ecology and urban ecology. Alan held a post-doc jointly funded by the University of Georgia and the US Forest Service prior to taking a faculty position at Portland State University (PSU) in 1994. At PSU, he helped found the Department of Environmental Science & Management, and was recently appointed Director of the School of Environment. Alan has been a member of the Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (IMST) for the State of Oregon since 2009.

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Autor: J. Alan Yeakley
ISBN-13:: 9781461488170
ISBN: 1461488176
Erscheinungsjahr: 11.12.2013
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 537g
Seiten: 271
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 243x162x20 mm, 9 schwarz-weiße und 46 farbige Abbildungen, 7 schwarz-weiße Tabellen