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Title:Chapter 6.7.4 BMP Floodplain Restoration.pdf
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  • The ong the stream’s base flow, groundwater, permeable floodplain soils, and riparian root multiple benefits, including the filtering of sediments and nutrients through retention of equent high flows onto the floodplain, removal of nitrates from groundwater, reduction of peak flow dur s a result of historical and recent human impacts, many stream networks have tle interaction among the groundwater, stream base flow, and the root systems of floodplain bas gh the porous pre-settlement s.
  • P 6.7.4: Floodplain Restoration toration tries to mimic the interaction of groundwater, stream base flow, and root s o ents of a stream corridor under pre-settlement (pre conditions, typically the roots of...
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