A fact-sheet from Yorkshire Dales River Trust on Leaky Dams.
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- DeVries P, Fetherston KL, Vitale A and Madsen S. 2012. Emulating Riverine Landscape Controls of Beaver in Stream Restoration. Fisheries. 37(6): 246-255. DOI: 10.1080/03632415.2012.687263. - These ‘low walls’ are very similar to the ‘leaky dams’ .
Figure 5 from DeVries et al (2012) showing ‘log wall’, ‘engneered-flow choke’ structures similar to the ‘leaky dams’, intended to ‘emulate effects of beaver dam’.
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