River river type Dominating substrate Stream Order Watershed Area (km2) MAF (m3s-1) Investigated Length (km) Valley gradient Region Impact Project objectives
Aspetuck River straight pebble 3 100 5.18 8 <0.02% - <0.5% Northeast US water supply reservoirs protected instream flows for the watershed
Beartrap Creek meandering, wetland, stream mud 1 <10 <0.5 5 <0.02% Northeast US channelization and pollution status assessment and restoration recommendations
Beaver Kill straightened-confined and meandering pebble 3 650 16.1 120 <0.02% - <5% Northeast US none testing survey methods
Delaware River straight, pool-riffle cobble, boulders 8 4558 165.37 125 <0.02% - <5% Northeast US hydropower and municipal water supply impact of hydropower, flow and habitat management for endangered species
Eightmile River East Branch straight pebble 3 57 1.3 28 <0.02% - <2% Northeast US watershed development river conservation and management
Eightmile River straight cobble 4 168 0.82 28 <0.02% - <5% Northeast US watershed development river conservation and management
Eightmile River West Branch straight pebble 3 52 1.5 28 <0.02% - <5% Northeast US watershed development river conservation and management
Lamprey River straight cobble 4 549 8.23 19 <.25% Northeast US watershed development, water suply protected instream flows for the watershed
Little River straight pebble 3 518 1.37 5 ≥0.1%- <5% Northeast US municipal water supply water withdrawal management
Mill River meandering sand and clay 4 120 6 20 ≥0.02% <0.1% Northeast US water supply ecosystem management and feasibility of dam removal
Nonewaug River straight pebble 3 70 0.91 18 <0.02% - <2%      
Niobrara River braided, dune ripple sand 6 32600 49.18 531 <.1% MidwestUS irrigation and hydropower Instream flow management 
Pomperaug River straight pebble 4 230 3.71 21 <0.02% - <2% Northeast US watershed development river conservation and management
Powder River straight, prarie stream sand 6 8003 5.53 4.4 <.4% MidwestUS gas mining instream flow management 
Quinebaug River straight cobble 4 404 8.86 34 <0.02% - <5% Northeast US watershed development, cooling water, indusrtial dams impact of industrial water withdrawals and river management plan
Santee River anabranching sand 6 64407 323 50 <0.02% Southeast US large hydropower dam hydropower relicesing and minimum flows
Saugatuck River straight pebble 3 100 5 7 <0.02% - <0.02% Northeast US water supply reservoirs protected instream flows for the watershed
Lower Souhegan River meandering sand 3 443 8.3 27 <0.02% - <2% Northeast US water supply, hydropower, development protected instream flows for the watershed
Upper Souhegan straight pebble 4 267 6.77 20 <0.02% - <5% Northeast US water supply, hydropower, development protected instream flows for the watershed
Stony Clove Creek straight, cascade  and step-pool  cobble, bedrock 2 83 2.8 16 ≥0.5% - <5% Northeast US watershed development channel restoration and stabilization
Świder River low gradient active meandering sand 4 1160.7 4.4 75 <0.02% - <0.5% Central Poland agricultural and municipal development, channelization watershed protection and river management
Tajuna River mediterranean calcareous river, moderate-low sinuosity gravel, mud 1,2 1050 1.2 113 0.16% - 0.71% The plateau of Castile, Central Spain agriculture: straigthening, channel entrenchment, channelization, degradation of riparian vegetation brown trout habitat improvement
Vara River mediterranean sandstone/schists river, moderate-high sinuosity pebble, cobble 3 206 8.1 6 0.01% Liguria Region, Central Italy hydropower environmental flows 
Wekepeke Brook straight pebble 1 30 <0.5 8 ≥ 0.5% - <5% Northeast US water supply  mitigation and habitat compensation
Weekeepeemee River straight pebble 3 70 1.61 10 ≥ 0.5% - <5% Northeast US    
25 streams in Piedmont - NW Italy First order Alpine and Appennine streams pebble, bedrock 1 <50 0.002 - 0.051 0.08 - 0.35 ≥1% - <31% NW Italy Water abstractions (water supply, irrigation and hydropower) Definition of Minimum Environmental Flows at regional scale
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