A three-dimensional model for analyzing the effects of salmon redds on hyporheic exchange and egg pocket habitat

@inproceedings{Tonina2009ATM,
  title={A three-dimensional model for analyzing the effects of salmon redds on hyporheic exchange and egg pocket habitat},
  author={Daniele Tonina and J. Matthew Buffington},
  year={2009}
}
A three-dimensional fluid dynamics model is developed to capture the spatial complexity of the effects of salmon redds on channel hydraulics, hyporheic exchange, and egg pocket habitat. We use the model to partition the relative influences of redd topography versus altered hydraulic conductivity (winnowing of fines during spawning) on egg pocket conditions for a simulated pool–riffle channel with a redd placed at the pool tail. Predictions show that altered hydraulic conductivity is the primary… CONTINUE READING

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