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Charlie Luce, USFS
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Running time: 19 minutes and 46 seconds
This is part of a collection. See more from Understanding & Adapting in Aquatic Ecosystems at Landscape and River Basin Scales.
- Climate Change Vulnerability
- Cascading Vulnerability and Exposure
- Hydrologic Connections
- Western North America Temperature
- Water Supply: GCM Projection
- Future Precipitation
- Relative Sensitivity
- Annual Flow Graph
- Two Kinds of "Non-Stationary"
- Water Supply: Historical Trends
- ET or Precipitation?
- Historical April 1 Snowpack (SWE)
- Snowpack Sensitivity Diagram
- Streamflow Timing
- Seasonality Seesaw
- Center of Timing
- Past and 'Future' Hydrographs
- Boise River Modeled 1990-2080
- Observed Flow Changes 1950s-1990s
- Longer Fire Season Effect?
- Burned Area Sensitivity
- Summer Flows (July 15-Sep 15)
- Summer Flow to Annual Flow Correlation
- Historical 2-yr Flood Trend
- Midwinter Flood Frequency
- Aquatic Species Sensitivity
- Key Items
- VIC Downstream Scaling
- PNW VIC Validation
- Early Snowmelt
- Snowmelt Bias Example
- Available Downscaled Streamflow Metrics
Production by: Michael Furniss and Jeffrey Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations
Video by: Freshwaters Illustrated.