The ecology and uses of riparian zones

Principal Investigators:

Robert J. Naiman

The unique role of riparian zones in regulating watershed ¿scale processes has received enormous attention in the last two decades. It is now known that riparian zones strongly influence land-water interactions, provide habitat for an unusual number of species, adjust community level characteristics to specific landforms, and are well adapted to physical as well as biological disturbance regimes. These, and other characteristics, have resulted in the widespread use of riparian zones as prescriptions for landscape management. The purpose of this... more

Participants and Meetings

ActivityDatesFurther Information
Sabbatical Fellow1st October 2001—31st March 2002Participant List  
Working Group8th—12th January 2002Participant List  
Working Group22nd—27th March 2002Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Robert J. Naimannaiman@u.washington.eduUniversity of Washington
Jack Stanfordjack.stanford@umontana.eduFlathead Lake Biological Station
James V.

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProduct of NCEAS Research
Book Naiman, Robert J.; Decamps, Henri; McClain, Michael. 2005. Riparian Ecology, Conservation and Management of Streamside Communities. Elsevier Academic Press. San Diego, CA.
"The ecology and uses of riparian zones" is project ID: 4440