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Temperature Analyses

Riverbend Sciences has recently completed several analyses of stream temperatures in the Eel and Klamath river basins:


 David, A.T., J.E. Asarian, and F.K. Lake. 2017. Can summer wildfire smoke reduce peak water temperatures in the Salmon River, potentially benefiting cold-water fishes? A preliminary analysis. Prepared for the Klamath Tribal Water Quality Consortium by Riverbend Sciences with assistance from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Arcata Office and the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station. 27p.
 


 
Asarian, J.E. 2017.  GIS Stream Temperature Modeling of Yurok Ancestral Territory.  Prepared by Riverbend Sciences for the Yurok Tribe Environmental Program, Klamath, CA. 39 p. [electronic appendices]

Asarian, J.E., P. Higgins, P. Trichilo. 2016.  Stream Temperatures in the Eel River Basin 1980-2015, Phase 1: Compilation and Preliminary Analysis. Prepared by Riverbend Sciences and the Eel River Recovery Project for State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, CA. 73p. + appendices.


Asarian, J.E. 2016. Stream Temperatures in the South Fork Trinity River Watershed 1989-2015.  Prepared by Riverbend Sciences for The Watershed Research and Training Center, Hayfork, CA. 61p. + appendices..







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