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History, physical effects and management implications of large organic debris in western Oregon streams



History, physical effects and management implications of large organic debris in western Oregon streams



USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PNW-56): 15



The means are discussed by which large organic debris enters streams and is moved along streams, and the origins are outlined of debris accumulations.

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