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How We Got Here and Where We May Be Going
Duncan Patten, Founding ARC President; Emeritus Professor, Arizona State University; Research Professor, Land Resources & Environmental Sciences, Montana State University and Chuck Hunter, Founding ARC Secretary/Treasurer; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Southeast Regional Refuge Biologist, Atlanta, Georgia

Agency Perspectives
Tim Phillips, Flood Control District of Maricopa County

Legal Perspectives
Joe Feller, College of Law, Arizona State University

Approaches to Address Riparian Issues in Arizona: The 1980s, 1990s, and the New Century
William Werner, Arizona Department of Water Resources

History of Riparian Area Protection in Arizona
Kris Randall, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Partners for Fish and Wildlife

Bankfull Channel Dimensions and Watershed Size Influences on Potential Riparian Community Types in Arizona
Dave Smith, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Projects to Enhance Arizona’s Environment: An Examination of their Case Studies of Riparian Restoration Functions, Benefits and Water Requirements
Sharon B. Megdal, Kelly Mott Lacroix, and Andrew Schwarz, Water Resources Research Center, University of Arizona

Genetic Diversity and Restoration Success
Laura Hagenauer, Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Arizona University

New Design Mimicking Nature’s Old Techniques
Fred Phillips, Heidi Kloeppel, and Ann Hadley, Fred Phillips Consulting, Inc.

A Point-Source Method of Estimating Evapotranspiration along the San Timoteo Riparian Corridor
Chris Garrett, SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants

Where the Native Things are… Dead: Population Dynamics of Dominant Riparian Trees on the Colorado Plateau, Potential for Rapid Dominance Shifts during Drought, and the Effects of Exotic Species Removal on Native Cottonwoods (Please note these are preliminary spatial models.)
Alicyn Gitlin and Thomas G. Whitham, Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Arizona University


Does Genetic Diversity in a Dominant Tree Drive Biological Diversity? Population Genetic Structure and Diversity in a Dominant Riparian Tree
Barbara M. Honchak, G. J.Allan, N. Meneses, Thomas G. Whitham, S. Shuster, and P. Keim, Department of Biology, Northern Arizona University