RMRS Air, Water, & Aquatic Environments Science Program USFS RMRS Boise Lab Stream Temperature Modeling and Monitoring

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Stream Temperature Modeling and Monitoring
 Air Temp Based Model
 Spatial Statistical Model
 Multiple Regression Model
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Stream Temperature Modeling and Monitoring


Collage of Stream Temperature Related Images

 

 

model Contacts


 

Regional Scale Model - Map of the  Bull Trout Climate and the Interior Columbia River Basin

Air Temperature Based Thermal Stream Habitat Model 

Model or Data: Dan Isaak

GIS Data or Maps: David Nagel

 

Landscape Scale Model - Map of the Boise Basin Retrospective Project

 

Spatial Statistical Stream Temperature Model

Model or Data: Dan Isaak

GIS Data or Maps: David Nagel

 

 

Fine Scale Model - Map of the Sesesch River Drainage

 

Multiple Regression Stream Temperature Model

Model or Data: Dan Isaak

GIS Data or Maps: Dona Horan

 

 

 

general Information


This site was designed to assist users to better organize and understand their temperature data as it pertains to broad-scale aquatic habitat issues. The site contains information on collecting, processing, and archiving stream temperature data. Application of these data are highlighted in three research projects that provide a range of modeling alternatives and predictive accuracy. Each project has links to: primary publications; detailed methods and metadata; GIS layers; project data; maps; and other related materials. These sites provide more information than is traditionally available in a journal article so that the modeling approaches and results may easily be replicated.

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For more information or questions about this stream temperature website, please contact Sharon (Parkes) Payne.

 

 

Rocky Mountain Research Station - Air, Water and Aquatic Environments Sciences Program
Last Modified:  Monday, 25 August 2014 at 13:30:03 CDT

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