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Climate change vulnerabilities through the lens of snorkel surveys on Olympic Peninsula streams

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John McMillan


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Running time: 18 minutes and 38 seconds

This is part of a collection. See more from the Climate Change Short Course.

Topics covered:

  • Summer drought: a perspective through the lens of snorkel surveys
  • Climate: Reduced Stream Flows
  • Olympic Peninsula
  • Objectives - Characterize
  • Objectives - Determine Extent
  • Objectives - Determine if Drying
  • Study Site
  • Map of Calawah River Basin
  • North Fork
  • Wet and Dry Regions
  • Upper Reach
  • Middle Reach
  • Lower Reach
  • Methods
  • Analysis
  • Summer Precipitation
  • Extent of stream drying
  • Summer species composition
  • Coho distribution before Oct. 22
  • After October 22nd
  • Cutthroat Before
  • After the Drought
  • Rainbow Trout
  • YOY Trout
  • After
  • Extent of mortality in Lower NF
  • ... in relation to entire NF Calawah
  • Not all areas affected equally
  • Differing species effect
  • Entire North Fork
  • Net Effect
  • Interesting life stage effect
  • upper NF juveniles
  • Source?

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

Video by: Ben Nieves, Oregon Street Studios

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