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Stream Temperature & Climate Change: Observed Patterns & Key Uncertainties

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Effects of Climate Change on Channel Morphology and Scour Regime
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Dan Isaak, USFS


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Running time: 18 minutes and 21 seconds

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

Topics covered:

  • Temperature Regulation - Spatial Distributions
  • Temperature Regulation - Life Cycle
  • Western US - Observed Trends
  • Global Trends in Stream Temperatures
  • Global Trends in Stream Temperatures - Switzerland
  • Regional Trends in Stream Temperatures
  • Seasonal Trends in Stream Temperatures
  • Application of Spatial Statistical Models for Downscaling of Climate Effects on River Network Temperatures
  • Boise River Temperature Database
  • Spatial Statistical Models for Stream Networks
  • Boise River Temperature Models
  • Environmental Trends in the Boise River Basin
  • Changes in Summer Stream Temperatures (1993-2006)
  • Effects on Thermal Habitat?
  • 93-06 Rainbow Trout Habitat Changes
  • 93-06 Bull Trout Natal Habitat Changes
  • River Network Temperature Models
  • Regional Temperature Model Needed
  • NCEAS Lower Snake Study Domain
  • Regional Bioclimatic Assessments
  • Air Temp does not equal to Stream Temp
  • Summer is Not the Whole Story
  • Acquiring Full-Year Temperature Data
  • Regional Temperature Sensor Network
  • Spatial Variation in Temperature Changes
  • Elevational Trends in Warming of Northwest US Streams 1980-2009
  • Which Factors Determine Sensitivity?
  • Defining/Refining Thermal Habitat Criteria
  • Ecological Temperature Sensor Networks
  • Key Points

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

Video by: Freshwaters Illustrated.

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