Abbe et al 2003 engineered log jam for river rehabilitation

From Salish Sea Wiki

Product Icon.jpg


A product is any output of an effort, including datasets, documents, graphics, or websites.


Last Ten Products
Product Categories
Dataset(1 P)
Document(2 C, 139 P, 506 F)
Graphic(2 C, 1 F)
Website(23 P)
Google scholar search
Linked To This Product
Wiki Rules

Link to List of Workgroups Link to List of Topics Link to List of Places

Link to List of Efforts Link to List of Products Link to List of Documents Link to List of Graphics Link to List of Websites

Link to Delta Sites Link to Embayment Sites Link to Beach Sites Link to Rocky Headland Sites

Link to Headwater Sites Link to Lowland Watershed Sites Link to Floodplain Sites

Abbe, T., Pess, G., Montgomery, D.R. and Fetherston, K.L., 2003. Chapter 17. Integrating engineered log jam technology into river rehabilitation. 443-482 pp. In Restoration of Puget Sound Rivers. University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA. 443 pp.


  • Perhaps the most complete narrative describing strategies for integrating ELJs into river restoration.
  • Describes reach scale analysis necessary for design of jam position and purpose.
  • Describes different kinds of jams designed to realize different river rehabilitation purposes.
  • Functions of floodplain hardpoints in restoring river forest processes are discussed by Collins et al 2012