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Stream temperature and thermal networks: A GIS and remote sensing approach to assess aquatic habitat

Posted date: November 06, 2015
Publication Year: 
2008
Authors: Isaak, Daniel J.; Luce, Charles H.; Nagel, David E.; Rieman, Bruce - RMRS Boise Aquatic Science Lab
Document type: Presentations

Citation

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 (presentation). The Twelfth Biennial USDA Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, April 15-17, 2008.

Description

This presentation describes a project estimating stream temperature at the drainage basin scale by relating stream temperature to physical landscape variables (e.g., elevation, air temperature, shading, valley bottom confinement, etc.).