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Welcome to the home page of the Ozarks Stream Geomorphology Project, a research project investigating the effects of land use and climate change on Ozarks streams and their ecology.   This project is designed to provide land managers with information that will help conserve aquatic habitat in the context of environmental change.  Research is conducted by the Biological Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey and involves a team of hydrologists from the Columbia Environmental Research Center in collaboration with biologists from the Cooperative Research Unit, University of Missouri-Columbia.  This web site will guide you through the project's principal research questions, the biological and geological tools used, and will link you to technical publications.
Check out our technical document about mapping stream habitats with hydraulic models.
New!  Assessment of Physical Stream Habitat, Bear Creek, Arkansas
 


River Studies Station

[Home]   [Missouri River Habitat Dynamics]   [Ozarks Stream Geomorphology]

URL: http://www.cerc.usgs.gov/rss/

USGS-Biological Resources Division, Columbia Environmental Research Center

4200 New Haven Road, Columbia, MO 65201

Contacts:  robb_jacobson@usgs.gov

Last Modification: 02/02/05