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

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322 East Front St., Ste 401

Boise, ID 83702

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Rocky Mountain Research Station Home > Science Program Areas > Air, Water and Aquatics > Boise Lab Stream Temperature Modeling and Monitoring > Spatial Statistical Stream Temperature Model > Publications

 

Spatial Statistical Stream Temperature Model

 

Landscape Scale Model - Map of the Boise Basin Retrospective Project

related Publications


Below is a list of related publications and presentations.  Please see the study overview for a brief explanation of the project.

 

Pub In Press

 

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

 

Isaak, Daniel J.; Luce, Charles H.; Rieman, Bruce E.; Nagel, David E.; Peterson, Erin E.; Horan, Dona L.; Parkes, Sharon; Chandler, Gwynne L. 2010. Effects of climate change and wildfire on stream temperatures and salmonid thermal habitat in a mountain river network. Ecological Applications. 20(5): 1350-1371.

 

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Poster - Massive Air and Stream Temperature Sensor Networks for Studying Microclimatic Variation In Mountain Landscapes

 

AGU Poster 2010 (large pdf)

Massive Air and Stream Temperature Sensor Networks for Studying Microclimatic Variation In Mountain Landscapes

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AGU Presentation 2009

Predicting Stream Temperatures Using a Spatial Statistical Model for Stream Networks

Application of new spatial statistical stream models for precise downscaling of climate change effects on temperatures in river networks poster

 

AGU Poster and Abstract - December 2009

Application of Spatial Statistical Stream Models to Downscale Effects of Climate Change on River Network Temperatures

 

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Stream Temperature and Thermal Networks, A GIS and Remote Sensing Approach to Assess Aquatic Habitat

Nagel, D., C. Luce., D. Isaak, and B. Rieman. 2008. Stream temperature and thermal networks, a GIS and remote sensing approach to assess aquatic habitat. The Twelfth Biennial USDA Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference, 2008. April 15-17, Salt Lake City, UT. Conference presentation.

Stream Temperature Briefing Paper

 

Boise Lab Briefing Paper

Focus: Stream Temperature Modeling and Monitoring

 

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