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Climate change and geomorphic evolution in an Alaskan watershed and implications for salmon production

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Title Climate change and geomorphic evolution in an Alaskan watershed and implications for salmon production
Creator Griffiths, Jennifer Rhiannon
Subject Alaska; climate change; geomorphology; growth; lakes; sockeye salmon Fisheries and aquatic sciences Ecology fisheries
Description Freshwater ecosystems are not only the source of a disproportionate number of ecosystem services given their relative area on the planet, but they are also highly sensitive to anthropogenic impacts including climate change. Landscape heterogeneity provides a filter for regional climate forcing in aquatic systems and provides the context in which the biological components of ecosystems will interact with climate change. I used the Chignik watershed, Alaska as a case study in which to explore... Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Washington, 2012
Contributor Schindler, Daniel E
Date 2013-04-17T18:01:34Z 2013-04-17T18:01:34Z 2013-04-17 2012
Type Thesis
Format application/pdf
Identifier Griffiths_washington_0250E_11133.pdf http://hdl.handle.net/1773/22567
Language en_US

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