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streamside

[streem-sahyd] /ˈstrimˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
the land on the sides of a stream.
adjective
2.
noting or pertaining to the streamside.
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Examples from the web for streamside
  • streamside campsites have fire pits and picnic tables, and the bathhouse has hot showers and flush toilets.
  • Breeding: brushy areas, especially dense streamside thickets.
  • Today the whole streamside world is clean and sparkling.
  • streamside forests help maintain streamflow in summer so that fish don't lose their habitat by having it dry up on them.
  • Often, stream problems result from clearing streamside trees.
  • Start streamside repair projects that prevent entry of sediment.
  • In this same area, streamside revegetation efforts should begin no later than at the time of the removal of the crossing.
  • streamside vegetation, known as riparian, should include a thick canopy and lush understory.
  • Selection of the appropriate streamside structure requires knowledge of the potential effects on fish habitat.
  • streamside vegetation can also filter out pollutants before they reach the stream keeping the stream and groundwater clean.

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