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Understanding and Adapting To Climate Change in Aquatic Ecosystems at Landscape and River Basin Scales: A decision support workshop for integrating research and management

 

 

Workshop - Understanding and Adapting To Climate Change in Aquatic Ecosystems at Landscape and River Basin Scales: A decision support workshop for integrating research and management

Workshop hosted by the U.S. Forest Service-Rocky Mountain Research Station, with co-sponsorship from the U.S. Geological Survey, Trout Unlimited, and the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative.

 

Webcast: Thank you for participating!
You can watch and listen to the webcast by clicking on the video link below. Also included in the table below, are the downloadable PDF versions of the presentations.

 

Workshop goals were to gather a diverse group of researchers and management professionals to focus on three objectives:

1) sharing current information regarding the effects of climate change on aquatic ecosystems,

2) presenting analysis tools that could assist managers in addressing climate change, and

3) discussing management implications of climate change, the utility of existing tools, and future information & analysis needs.

The workshop was held February 28 - March 1, 2011 in Boise. For additional details, please consult the workshop flyer.

 

Climate Change/Aquatic Ecosystems Workshop Presentations

Day 1 Agenda (February 28): A climate-aquatics short-course

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Climate change over western North America (5751 KB) Steve Hostetler, USGS

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Climate Change, Streamflow, and Connections to Ecology (3523 KB) Charlie Luce, USFS

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Wildfire and vegetation response to climate change (3843 KB) Rachel Loehman, USFS

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Effects of climate change on channel morphology and scour regime (5714 KB) John Buffington, USFS and Jaime Goode, UI

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Effects of changing flow regimes on aquatic physical habitat (2623 KB) Jim McKean, USFS

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Stream Temperature & Climate Change: Observed Patterns & Key Uncertainties (8650 KB) Dan Isaak, USFS

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Fish population response to climate change (4203 KB) Seth Wenger, TU

 

 

Day 2 Agenda (March 1): Applying climate information to decision making

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Integrating climate change effects with management (2776 KB) Bruce Rieman, USFS, retired

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NetMap as a tool for land management decisions  (3731 KB) Gordie Reeves, USFS and Lee Benda, Earth Systems Institute

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Introduction of spatially explicit climate scenarios for the bull trout example (2156 KB) Dan Isaak, USFS

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Bayesian belief networks, a potential tool for decision support (3195 KB)

 

Bull trout in the Boise River Basin, USA – predicted occupancy by stream segment under climate change (Boise River bull trout BN) webpage

Doug Peterson, USFWS
     
not on webcast Upper Salmon Watershed Vulnerabiltiy Assessment (5461 KB) John Chatel, USFS

 

   

 

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