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Anacostia Restoration Team. 1991. A Commitment to Restore Our Home River: A Six Point Action Plan to Restore the Anacostia River. Department of Environmental Programs, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Washington, DC.

Anacostia Restoration Team. 1992. Watershed Restoration Source Book. Collected papers presented at Restoring Our Home River: Water Quality and Habitat in the Anacostia, held November 6-7, 1991, in College Park, MD. Department of Environmental Programs, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Washington, DC.

Association of State Wetland Managers. 1991. A Casebook in Managing Rivers for Multiple Uses.

Berger, John J. 1991. The federal mandate to restore: laws and policies on environmental restoration. The Environmental Professional, Volume 13, pp. 195-206.

Bowie, G.L. et al. (Tetra Tech, Inc., Lafayette, CA) and C.E. Chamberlin (Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA). 1985. Rates, Constants, and Kinetics Formulations in Surface Water Quality Modeling (Second Edition). Prepared for Environmental Research Laboratory. June. EPA/600/3-85/040.

Burns, D.C. 1984. An inventory of cobble embeddedness of salmonid habitat in the South Fork Salmon River drainage. Payette and Boise National Forests.

Cairns, John, Jr. 1991. The status of the theoretical and applied science of restoration ecology. The Environmental Professional, Volume 13, pp. 186-194.

Caldwell, Lynton Keith. 1991. Restoration ecology as public policy. The Environmental Professional, Volume 13, pp. 275-284.

Camacho, R. 1992. Financial Cost Effectiveness of Point and Nonpoint Source Nutrient Reduction Technologies and the Chesapeake Bay Basin. Report No. 8. ICPRB Report 92-4. Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin. Rockville, MD.

Channel 28. 1990. Boulder creek enhancement. Prepared by Channel 28, the City of Boulder Municipal Channel. August 1990. Running time 18:30. Boulder, CO.

Colorado Department of Health. 1986. Rationale, City of Boulder 75th Street plant, Permit Number CO-0024147, Boulder County. Water Quality Control Division, Boulder, CO.

Doppelt, B., M. Scurlock, C. Frissell, and J. Karr. 1993. Entering the Watershed: A New Approach to Save America's River Ecosystems. The Pacific Rivers Council. Island Press, Washington, DC, and Covelo, CA.

EPA. 1978. Analysis of Operations and Maintenance Costs for Municipal Wastewater Treatment System. EPA Report No. 430/9-77-015.

EPA. 1992. Boulder Creek, CO: Nonpoint source meets point source. NPS News-Notes No. 18 (Jan.-Feb.):5-9. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Washington, DC.

EPA. 1992a. Risk Assessment Forum. Framework for Ecological Risk Assessment. EPA 630/R-92/001. February.

EPA. 1992b. TMDL Case Study: South Fork of the Salmon River. OWOW Watershed Management Section.

EPA. 1993a. Guidance Specifying Management Measures for Sources of Nonpoint Pollution in Coastal Waters. EPA Report No. 840-B-92-002.

EPA. 1993b. Wetlands and 401 Certification: Opportunities and Guidelines for States and Indian Tribes.

EPA. 1993c. Office of Water Policy and Technical Guidance on Interpretation and Implementation of Aquatic Life Metals Criteria. Memorandum from Martha G. Prothro, Acting Assistant Administrator for Water.

EPA. 1993d. TMDL Case Study: Boulder Creek, Colorado. EPA841-F-93-006. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Washington, DC.

EPA. 1994. Upper Grande Ronde River Riparian Characterization and Temperature Modeling Projects: Project Summary. EPA Report No. 841-S-94-001.

Fausch, K.D., C.L. Hawks, and M.G. Parsons. 1988. Models that Predict Standing Crop of Stream Fish from Habitat Variables (1950-1985). General Technical Report PNW-GTR-213. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

GAO. 1983. Project Manual.Washington, DC.

Gore, James A. (editor). 1985. The Restoration of Rivers and Streams: Theories and Experience. Butterworth, Stoneham, MA. 280 pp.

Hartman, R.W. 1990. One thousand points of light seeking a number: A case study of CBO's search for a discount rate policy. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 18(2):S-3 through S-7.

Hunter, Christopher J. 1991. Better Trout Habitat: A Guide to Stream Restoration and Management. Montana Land Reliance. Island Press, Washington, DC, and Covelo, CA. 320 pp.

Iowa State Agroforestry Research Team. 1993. Demonstration and Evaluation of a Sustainable Multi-Species Riparian Buffer Strip as a Non-Point Source Best Management Practice. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. 156 pp.

Kusler, Jon A., and Mary E. Kentula (editors). 1990. Wetland Creation and Restoration: The Status of the Science. Island Press, Washington, DC.

Leopold, Luna. 1994. A View of the River. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.

Marcus, M.D. et al. 1990. Salmonid-Habitat Relationships in the Western United States: A Review and Indexed Bibliography. General Technical Report No. RM-188. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. February.

Megahan, W.F. 1982. Channel sediment storage behind obstructions in forested drainage basins draining the granitic bedrock of the Idaho batholith. ed. F.J. Swanston, R.J. Janda, T. Dunne, and D.N. Swanston, pp. 114-121. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Gen. Tech Rpt. PNW-141.

Megahan, W.F., and R.A. Nowlin. 1976. Sediment storage in channels draining small forested watersheds in the mountains of central Idaho. Third Federal Inter-agency Sedimentation Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. 1992 draft (July 12). A Blueprint for the Restoration of the Anacostia Watershed. Department of Environmental Programs, Anacostia Restoration Team. Washington, DC.

NRC. 1992. Restoration of Aquatic Systems: Science, Technology, and Public Policy. Washington, DC.

Odum, E.P. 1971. Fundamentals of Ecology, third ed. W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 574 p.

OMB. 1983. Circular No. A-76 (revised). August 4.

OMB. 1986. Circular No. A-104 (revised). June 1.

Payette National Forest. 1991. FY 1991 Payette National Forest Soil, Water, Air and Fisheries Monitoring Results. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Idaho.

Payette National Forest. 1990. Appendix H of the South Fork Salmon Road project final environmental impact statement. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Idaho.

Platts, W.S., R.J. Torquemada, M. McHenry, and C.K. Graham. 1989. Changes in salmon spawning and rearing habitat from increased delivery of fine sediment to the South Fork Salmon River, Idaho. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 118:274-283.

Platts, W.S. and W.F. Megahan. 1975. Time trends in riverbed sediment composition in salmon and steelhead spawning areas: South Fork Salmon River, Idaho. Trans. North Am. Wild. and Nat. Res. Conf. 40:229-239.

Reckhow, K.H. 1992. Biological Criteria: Technical Guidance for Survey Design and Statistical Evaluation of Biosurvey Data. Draft prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, March. 43 pp. + appendices.

Reckhow, K.H., and S.C. Chapra. 1983. Engineering Approaches for Lake Management. Volume 1: Data Analysis and Empirical Modeling. Butterworth, Boston. 340 pp.

Reignig, L., R.L. Beveridge, J.P. Potyondy, and F.M. Hernandez. 1991. BOISED user's guide and program documentation. Boise National Forest, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Idaho.

Risk Assessment Forum. 1992. Framework for Ecological Risk Assessment. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. EPA/630/R-92/001. February.

Rosgen, David L. 1994. A Classification of Natural Rivers. Catena. 22:169-199.

Rudkin, C. 1992. Combining point and nonpoint source controls, a case study of Boulder Creek, Colorado. Paper presented at the Symposium on Nonpoint Source Pollution: Causes, Consequences, and Cures, National Center for Agricultural Law, Research, and Information, October 30-31, 1992, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR.

Rudkin, C., and R.L. Wheeler. 1989. Stream restoration as a water quality management tool. Paper presented at the National Conference of Water Pollution Control Federation, October 1989, San Francisco, CA.

Schueler, Thomas. 1992. Mitigating the Adverse Impacts of Urbanization on Streams: Water Restoration Sourcebook. Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.

Stumm, Werner, and James J. Morgan. 1981. Aquatic Chemistry: An Introduction Emphasizing Chemical Equilibria in Natural Waters. John Wiley & Sons.

Suter, G.W., II. 1993. Ecological Risk Assessment. Lewis Publishers, Ann Arbor, MI. 538 pp.

USDA. 1989. South Fork Salmon River restoration strategy. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Idaho.

Warren-Hicks, W., B.R. Parkhurst, and S.S. Baker, Jr. 1989. Ecological Assessment of Hazardous Waste Sites: A Field and Laboratory Reference. EPA/600/3-89-013. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory, Corvalli s, OR.

Weaver, W.E., et al. 1987. An Evaluation of Experimental Rehabilitation Work: Redwood National Park. Redwood National Park Technical Report No. 19. National Park Service, Arcata, CA.

Westman, Walter E. 1991. Ecological restoration projects: measuring their performance. The Environmental Professional, Volume 13, pp. 207-215.

Windell, J.T., and L.P. Rink. 1987c. The feasibility of reducing unionized ammonia excursions by riparian and aquatic habitat enhancement. Prepared for the City of Boulder Department of Public Works, Boulder, CO.

Windell, J.T., L.P. Rink, and C. Rudkin. 1991. Compatibility of stream habitat reclamation with point and nonpoint source controls. Journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation 3(1):9-12.

Windell, J.T., and L.P. Rink. 1992. A bibliography of reports, proposals, publications, videos, presentations, preliminary data/draft monitoring reports, and abstracts. Aquatic and Wetland Consultants, Inc, Boulder, CO.

Woodward-Clyde Consultants. 1990. Urban Targeting and BMP Selection: An Information and Guidance Manual for State Nonpoint Source Program Staff Engineers and Managers. Prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region V, Water Division and Office of Water Regulations and Standards, Office of Water Enforcement and Permits.

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