The Socio-Economic Impacts of the Ogden River Restoration

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Publication Type report
School or College College of Architecture & Planning
Department Department of City & Metropolitan Planning
Author Guffin, Emily
Instructor Sarah Hinners
Title The Socio-Economic Impacts of the Ogden River Restoration
Date 2019
Description THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE OGDEN RIVER RESTORATION 4 INTRODUCTION Thirty-five miles long and connecting the northern Wasatch mountains to the Great Salt Lake, the Ogden River plays a critical role in the regional hydrologic system. It provides a myriad of ecosystem services, such as water infiltration and purification, biomass storage, and riparian habitat, and it is a key place for human recreation. However, the Ogden River, like many other urban rivers in today's world, 1 faces degradation. Restoration strategies are essential to protect the key ecological services and habitat provided by the river.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject City planning; Community engagement
Language eng
Rights Management (c) Emily Guffin
Format Medium application/pdf
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Setname ir_cmp
Date Created 2019-07-31
Date Modified 2019-07-31
ID 1433219
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