Anderson, J.R., Hardy, E.E., Roach, J.T., and Witmer, R.E., 1976, A land use and land cover classification system for use with remote sensor data: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 964, 28 p. Bailey, R.G., 1983, Delineation of ecosystem regions: Environmental Management, v. 7, p. 365-373. Beschta, R.L., and Platts, W.S., 1986, Morphological features of small streams: significance and function: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 22, p. 369-379. Biggs, B.J.F., Duncan, M.J., Jowett, I.G., Quinn, J.M., Hickey, C.W., Davies-Colley, R.J., and Close, M.E., 1990, Ecological characterisation, classification, and modelling of New Zealand rivers: An introduction and synthesis: New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, v. 24, p. 277-304. Bisson, P.A., Nielsen, J.L., Palmason, R.A., and Grove, L.E., 1982, A system of naming habitat types in small streams, with examples of habitat utilization by salmonids during low streamflow, in Armantrout, N.B., ed., Acquisition and utilization of aquatic habitat inventory information: Western Division, American Fisheries Society, p. 62-73. Bovee, K.D., 1982, A guide to stream habitat analysis using the Instream Flow Incremental Methodology: Fort Collins, Colo., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Instream Flow Information Paper Number 12, FWS/OBS-82/26, 258 p. Burns, D.A., Minshall, G.W., Cushing, C.E., Cummings, K.W., Brock, J.T., and Vannote, R.L., 1984, Tributaries as modifiers of the river continuum concept: Analysis by polar ordination and regression models: Archives of Hydrobiology, v. 99, p. 2 08-220. Cuffney, T.F., Gurtz, M.E., and Meador, M.R., 1993, Methods for collecting benthic invertebrate samples as part of the National Water-Quality Assessment Program: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 93-406, 66 p. Dahl, T.E., and Johnson, C.E., 1991, Status and trends of wetlands in the conterminous United States, mid-1970's to mid-1980's: Washington, D.C., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 28 p. Emmett, W.W., 1975, The channels and waters of the upper Salmon River area, Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 870-A, 116 p. Frayer, W.E., Monahan, T.J., Bowden, D.C., and Graybill, F.A., 1983, Status and trends of wetlands and deepwater habitats in the conterminous United States, 1950's to 1970's: Fort Collins, Colorado State University, 31 p. Frissell, C.A., Liss, W.J., Warren, C.E., and Hurley, M.D., 1986, A hierarchical framework for stream habitat classification: Viewing streams in a watershed context: Environmental Management, v. 10, p. 199-214.