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Landscape Pattern, Stream Network Structure, and Fish Distribution in Headwater Catchments

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Title Landscape Pattern, Stream Network Structure, and Fish Distribution in Headwater Catchments
Creator Torgersen, Christian
Subject Oncorhynchus geographical distribution landscape ecology simulation models geology hydrogeology geomorphology watersheds watershed hydrology digital elevation models remote sensing models water
Description Torgersen will describe a study investigating coastal cutthroat trout. He will evaluate landscape disturbance, spatial patterns, and explanatory models. Finally, he will offer conclusions about the links between geology, geomorphology, and fish distribution. He will also discuss the relationships between fish distribution, hydrology, and cumulative watershed effects. He will review the use of digital elevation models and remote sensing to predict fish distribution at broad scales. United States Geological Survey. Oregon State University.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-25T17:17:52Z 2011-04-25T17:17:52Z 2006-01-10
Type Presentation
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16518
Language en_US

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