reference : Summary of salmonid rehabilitation lessons from the urbanizing Pacific Northwest

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Abstract We return to the central question of the book: Can viable wild salmonid populations coexist with humans in urban and urbanizing areas? In the intervening chapters, we described how urbanization degrades the habitat and viability of wild salmonid populations. We also presented a variety of potential remedies, including both social and biophysical aspects of wild salmonid rehabilitation and protection in urbanizing areas. Social remedies include policy approaches, planning strategies, market-based solutions, and citizen engagement efforts. Biophysical remedies include rehabilitation approaches both at local and watershed scales. In this final chapter, we review our major conclusions about urbanization stresses on salmonids, we summarize some of the most salient aspects of the remedies that we have presented, and we conclude with our answer to the central question of the book.
Author Yeakley, J. Alan; Maas-Hebner, Kathleen G.; Hughes, Robert M.
Book Title Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-8818-7_18
Editor Yeakley, J. Alan; Maas-Hebner, Kathleen G.; Hughes, Robert M.
ISBN 978-1-4614-8818-7
Pages 253-262
Place Published New York, NY
Publisher Springer New York
Title Summary of salmonid rehabilitation lessons from the urbanizing Pacific Northwest
Year 2014
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