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For more information about leaf packs, the link between streamside forests and stream health, and the River Continuum, visit these pages on Stroud Water Research Center’s website:
- Tea Time
- NSF report backs woodland restoration
- Stream studies for National Science Foundation may shed light on global warming
- Stroud Preserve comes of age
- The River Continuum Concept
- Riparian Buffers
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