Fig. 1. Examples of three types of restoration actions that can increase resilience to climate change. (A) Levee setbacks release a constraint on river channel migration and allow formation of multiple habitat types across a river floodplain, based in part on Pess et al. (2005b). (B) Use of stormwater-detention basins can help attenuate exaggerated flood regimes caused by urban development and might reduce peak flows below critical mortality thresholds, based in part on Booth et al. (2002). (C) Restoration of migration pathways to historically accessible habitats can increase both habitat and life history diversity (modified from Beechie et al. 2006b).