Pacific Northwest Research Station
1220 SW 3rd Ave.
Portland, OR 97204
Stream temperature variability - Ashley Steel
Growth and survival of fish in streams is regulated in large part by water temperature. When the water is warm, the fish’s metabolic rates speed up; when the water is cool, the fish’s metabolism slows down. These changes affect how much the fish needs to eat, how quickly it can grow, and how fast it might transition from one lifestage to another, say, from egg to alevin to free-swimming fry.
Healthy Trees...Healthy People
The relationship between trees and human health.
Forest Inside Out
Four minute video featuring the Forests Inside Out program. A joint program with World Forestry Center and the Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station. Video features the World Forestry Center in Portland and waterfalls at the Columbia River Gorge.
Trends in Stream Nitrogen Concentrations
Video featuring scientific data trends in stream nitrogen concentrations for forested reference catchments across the USA.