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Incorporating Spatial Heterogeneity in Temperature into Climate Vulnerability Assessments for Coastal Pacific Streams

Dates

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2014-08-19
Start Date
2014-08-19
End Date
2017-09-30

Citation

NOAA - Southwest Fisheries Science Center(Collaborator), Nate Mantua(Collaborator), US Fish and Wildlife Service(Fiscal Agent), Mary Mahaffy(Fiscal Agent), NOAA - Northwest Fisheries Science Center(Collaborator), Tim Beechie(Collaborator), University of Washington(Fiscal Agent), Josh Lawler Dr.(Fiscal Agent), Watershed Sciences Inc.(Collaborator), Russ Faux(Collaborator), USGS - Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit(Collaborator), Jeff Falke(Collaborator), Conservation Science Partners(Collaborator), Dave Theobald(Collaborator), Silver Tip Solutions LLC(Fiscal Agent), Christina Bandaragoda(Fiscal Agent), US Environmental Protection Agency(Collaborator), Joe Ebersole(Collaborator), NOAA-Northwest Fisheries Science Center(Collaborator), Lisa Crozier(Collaborator), USGS - Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center(Contributor), Christian Torgerson(Contributor), University of Washington - Climate Impacts Group(Contributor), Se-Yeun Lee(Contributor), US Forest Service - PNW Research Station(Collaborator), Ashley Steel(Collaborator), US Forest Service(Collaborator), Dan Isaak(Collaborator), NOAA - NW Fisheries Science Center(Principal Investigator), Aimee Fullerton(Principal Investigator), Incorporating Spatial Heterogeneity in Temperature into Climate Vulnerability Assessments for Coastal Pacific Streams, http://mmheller.github.io/GNLCC_PTS4_NPLCC/prj_report.html?PRJ_ID=48

Summary

This project will assess impacts of climate change on stream resources by considering the role of thermal heterogeneity and altered hydrologic regimes. The project will look at streams in Washington, Oregon, and California to develop a case study that stream stewards and conservation planners can use to assess vulnerability for Pacific salmon.Successful adaptation strategies for freshwater biota will consider how spatial patterns in water temperature may respond to climate change. Using remotely sensed spatially continuous maximum water temperature data for~ 30 large rivers throughout the lower portion of the NPLCC, we will map locations of cold water patches, identify potential hydroclimatic and landscape drivers, and evaluate how [...]

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Purpose

Vulnerability Assessment Conservation Planning Decision Support State agencies Academics & scientific researchers Regional & county planners

Project Extension

projectStatusIn Progress

Budget Extension

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year2014
fundingSources
amount72772.0
recipientUniversity of Washington
sourceMary Mahaffy
totalFunds72772.0
totalFunds72772.0

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  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative

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  • Fullerton2014

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