Projected climate-induced habitat loss for salmonids in the John Day River network, Oregon, U.S.A.

@article{Ruesch2012ProjectedCH,
  title={Projected climate-induced habitat loss for salmonids in the John Day River network, Oregon, U.S.A.},
  author={Aaron S. Ruesch and Christian E. Torgersen and Joshua J. Lawler and Julian D. Olden and Erin E Peterson and Carol J. Volk and David J Lawrence},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={873-82}
}
Climate change will likely have profound effects on cold-water species of freshwater fishes. As temperatures rise, cold-water fish distributions may shift and contract in response. Predicting the effects of projected stream warming in stream networks is complicated by the generally poor correlation between water temperature and air temperature. Spatial dependencies in stream networks are complex because the geography of stream processes is governed by dimensions of flow direction and network… CONTINUE READING
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