Pages in this category describe efforts that collect observations about systems to develop an understanding of their dyanamics, and perhaps to predict their behavior or functions. Monitoring is one approach to research popular in the Restoration community. These efforts are different than restoration or protection efforts, in that they seek to increase understanding of system dyanamics rather then actually changing system dynamics. Research is different than planning, in that planning models may make predictions using a published set of assumptions that involve extrapolation or interpolation, and are further influenced by political dynamics.
This category has only the following subcategory.
Pages in category "Research"
The following 45 pages are in this category, out of 45 total.
- Predicting Rates of Channel Development
- Predicting Sea Level Rise Impacts on Ag Production
- PREDICTING SHOREFORM EVOLUTION IN PUGET SOUND Guidelines and Tools to Estimate Gravel Transport
- Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program
- Puget Sound Large River Delta Tidal Restriction and Wetland Mapping
- Puget Sound Marine Riparian Mapping
- Puget Sound Tidal Restriction and Wetland Mapping
Media in category "Research"
The following 28 files are in this category, out of 28 total.
- McManus et al 2020 vital sign evaluation.pdf ; 11.38 MB