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Introduction of Spatially Explicit Climate Scenarios for the Bull Trout Example

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Introduction of Spatially Explicit Climate Scenarios for the Bull Trout Example
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Dan Isaak, USFS


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Running time: 9 minutes and 24 seconds

This is part of a collection. See more from Understanding & Adapting in Aquatic Ecosystems at Landscape and River Basin Scales.

Topics covered:

  • Bull Trout as a Climate Canary
  • Existing Bull Trout Populations
  • Spatial data layers
  • Day 1 Task
  • Boise Basin Climate Scenarios
  • Mean Summer Stream Temperatures - Historical Scenario
  • Mean Summer Stream Temperatures - 2046 Scenario
  • Mean Summer Stream Temperatures - 2086 Scenario
  • Summer Stream Flow (cfs) - Historical Scenario
  • Summer Stream Flow (cfs) - 2046 Scenario
  • Summer Stream Flow (cfs) - 2086 Scenario
  • Winter High Flow Frequency (# events) - Historical Scenario
  • Winter High Flow Frequency (# events) - 2046 Scenario
  • Winter High Flow Frequency (# events) - 2086 Scenario
  • Bayesian belief network
  • Entering a finding

Production by: Michael Furniss and Jeffrey Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations

Video by: Freshwaters Illustrated.

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