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Dan Isaak is a fisheries research scientist at the Boise Aquatic Sciences Laboratory.
About This Presentation
Running time: 25 minutes and 25 seconds
- Climate Change and Bull Trout
- Less Precipitation and Runoff
- Increasing Freqency/Extent of Wildfires
- Bull Trout as a Climate "Canary"
- Bull Trout and Climate in the Interior
- Does Climate Affect Current Bull Trout Distributions?
- Currently Suitable Bull Trout Habitat
- Future Suitable Habitat?
- Impacts Will Be Context Specific
- Western US - Observed Trends
- stream temperature and thermal habitats
- Boise River Watershed
- A Landscape Undergoing Change
- Spatial Statistical Models
- Boise River Stream Temp Models
- Determining Change from 1993-2006
- Changes in Mean Summer
- '93-'06 Stream Temperature Changes
- How Were Thermal Habitats Affected?
- '93-'06 Rainbow Trout Habitat Changes
- '93-'06 Bull Trout Natal Habitat Changes
- Predicting Future Changes
- Bull Trout Natal Habitats in 2056
- Factors other than Temperature...
- Post Fire Debris Flows
- Brook trout invasions
- Midwinter Floods
- Summer Flow Reductions
- Road Barriers
- Are Populations Shifting in Space?
- Central Idaho Study Streams
- Monitoring Stream-Scale Distributions
- Bull Trout Distribution Shifts
- Are Distributions Shifting in Time?
- Fluvial Bull Trout Migration Timing
- Key Points
- Resources for Climate and Bull Trout
- US Forest Service
Production by: Michael Furniss and Jeffrey Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations
Video by: Ben Nieves, Oregon Street Studios