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By David Herbst, Bruce Medhurst, Scott Roberts, Michael Bogan and Ian Bell


• How does climate change influence mountain stream hydrology? • Why is this important to bioassessment and conservation? • Using models forecasting hydroclimatic risks vs habitat resistance features to design a monitoring network for the Sierra Nevada • Preliminary results, insights to stressors, and applications of data set Motivations for study: • Forest Service mandate: advance and share knowledge about water and climate change, and how to protect and restore aquatic habitats (Furniss et al. 2010. Water, Climate Change & Forests; USFS PNW-GTR-812) • Provide a reference stream baseline of natural conditions to produce biological health standards for Management Indicator Species program i

Year: 2014
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