NOAA Fisheries Scientists Review Wood Placement In River Restoration, Sorting Fact From Fiction

The practice remains controversial and in some cases could be better focused scientifically.

But the century-old tactic of attempting to improve freshwater habitat for salmon and other fish species by inserting logs and other large woody debris in rivers and streams most often helps, according to a research article published online Monday in the Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

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