1. Bomier, M. and Bomier, W. Rethinking the Red Clay Project: Restoration in the Nemadji. View 2. Childers, A. Biodiversity as an indicator of success. View 3. Curie, E. and Gran, K. Monitoring bluff erosion rates using terrestrial laser scanning and Structure-from-Motion photogrammetry on Minnesota’s North Shore streams. View 4. Erickson, T. Applied Methods for Targeting Fluvial Restoration Efforts. 5. Groten, J.; Ellison, C.; Koller, K. Application of Dimensionless Sediment Rating Curves in Minnesota. 6. Hollenhorst, T. and Moffett, M. Developing a High Resolution Eco-Hydrologic Watershed Model for Three Local Streams 7. Jicha, T.; Hill, B.; Woodruff, D. A Nutrient’s downstream spiral. View 8. McCarthy, J.; Harman, W.; Jones, C. Stream Mitigation - Developing Reference Curves to Inform Calculations of Lift and Loss 9. Nerbonne, B. Minnesota’s Culvert Assessment App and Database. View 10. Kogge, S.; Dierks, S.; Majka, B.; Bowen, T.; Prentice, S. Three Mile Creek Dam Failure and Site Restoration. 11. Majka, B.; Kogge, S.; Dierks, S.; Bowen, T.; Prentice, S. Brent Run Creek Relocation and Wetland Creation. View 12. Rantala, H.; Nicklay, B.; Harris, M.; Koller, K. Using stream temperature data to assess restoration in the Stewart River, MN. View 13. Wick, M.; Wheeler, M.; Hollenhorst, T.; Fischbach, J.; Martin, N.; Bernthal, T.; Fitzpatrick, F. Slowing the flow: Setting priorities and defining success in Lake Superior’s south shore watersheds. View
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