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Water temperature models, data and code for the Colorado, Green, San Juan, Yampa, and White rivers in the Colorado River basin
These data were compiled for a manuscript in which 1) we develop a water temperature model for the major river segments and tributaries of the Colorado River basin, including the Colorado, Green, Yampa, White, and San Juan rivers; 2) we link modeled water temperature to fish population data to predict the probability native and nonnative species will be common in the future in a warming climate; and 3) assess the degree to which dams create thermal discontinuity in summer in river segments across the western US. Per goal #1, we developed a water temperature model using data spanning 1985-2015 that predicts water temperature every 1 mile (1.6-km) in rivers both now and in the future due to the potential influence...
View west toward Cottonwood Spring, north wall of Redwall Limestone in Green Spring Canyon.
View northeast toward Meriwhitica Springs on travertine flats of Meriwhitica Canyon and east wall of Spencer Canyon in background with unnamed Redwall Limestone buttes.
Aerial view north along Hurricane Fault in Two Hundred and Seventeen Mile canyon toward upper Granite Park Canyon. Redwall Limestone lower left of photograph and upper right of photograph.
View north toward Meriwhitica Monocline from trail in Meriwhitica Canyon, about 2 miles southwest of Meriwhitica Springs. Redwall Limestone is large upper gray cliff.
Calcite and other minerals in travertine vein that fills a fault plane in upper Diamond Creek canyon.
Aerial view west across Spencer Canyon toward Quaternary travertine dam in Meriwhitica Canyon (large gray cliff at canyon floor, middle part of photograph). Precambrian granite at Spencer Canyon bottom, Redwall Limestone at canyon rims.
WS61. View west of contacts between Redwall Limestone, Temple Butte Formation, Cambrian unclassified dolomites, and Muav Limestone
View west toward east wall of Grand Canyon of contacts between Redwall Limestone (upper half of cliff), dark-gray Temple Butte Formation cliff, Cambrian unclassified dolomites, and Muav Limestone from river mile 266.0.
Aerial view north into Surprise Canyon, about 3 miles northeast of river mile 248.8. Muav Limestone (canyon bottom), Redwall Limestone (large gray cliff), Supai Group strata (reddish cliffs and slopes, upper right skyline), Permian strata (distant canyon rims), and Pliocene volcano of Mount Dellenbaugh (distant skyline).
View northwest along Froggy Fault toward Parashant Canyon in red Supai Group of rocks.
View north into Hundred and Ninetythree Mile Creek from east side of Hurricane Fault. Redwall Limestone, right side of photograph; red Supai Group, left side.
Photograph showing breccia in breccia pipe in Redwall Limestone, 1 mile southwest of river mile 232.0.
Aerial view northeast toward Grand Gulch copper mine and breccia pipe in Pakoon Limestone.
Aerial view toward gravel of Surprise Canyon Formation filling cave in Redwall Limestone, west wall of upper Two Hundred and Thirtyfour Mile canyon, about 1.75 miles south of river mile 234.0.
View northeast toward southwest side of Twin Butte, landslide-covered Triassic Moenkopi Formation capped by Pliocene basalt.
Aerial view south and downriver from river mile 211.9 toward a Precambrian “island” of schist (photographs WM07, WM08, WM09) during the basal Cambrian sea encroachment, right bank of river mile 212.5.
WS20. Aerial view northwest toward Surprise Canyon Formation in channel eroded into Redwall Limestone
Aerial view northwest toward Surprise Canyon Formation (dark red) in channel eroded into Redwall Limestone, west wall of Two Hundred and Seventeenmile Canyon.
Aerial view northeast toward Temple Butte Formation, upper slope, middle cliff, and upper half of lower slope below cliff of Redwall Limestone (top left of photograph), three quarters of a mile west of river mile 216.5.
View west toward Horse Flat Canyon Landslide in Bright Angel Shale, north wall of Horse Flat Canyon, about 2.5 miles from river mile 253.0.
Views northwest toward white Miocene tuff beds in the Gyp Hills, 2 miles east of Tassi Spring, north side of Tassi Wash.