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Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Sweet, Dan I
URN etd-10312003-125450
Title The Development of a Stream Restoration Decision Support Tool for the County of Henrico Stream Assessment and Watershed Management Program
Degree Master of Landscape Architecture
Department Landscape Architecture
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Bryant, Margaret M. Committee Chair
Siegfried, Robert Committee Member
Skabelund, Lee R. Committee Member
Keywords
  • Watershed Program(s)
  • Stream Restoration
  • County
  • Henrico
Date of Defense 2003-09-05
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
Several Municipalities in Virginia are currently developing and implementing

watershed programs. While programmatic goals and objectives vary, all seek to

incorporate stream restoration project work. Decision support tools exist for many

aspects of watershed and water resources management, however, there are

currently no such tools to aid municipalities in their stream restoration efforts.

This study details the development of such a decision support tool for the

Henrico County Stream Assessment/Watershed Management Program based on

the assessment of stream restoration opportunities and feasibility constraints. A

framework for the development of future municipal watershed programs is

presented and related issues are discussed.

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