Stream temperature responses to forest harvest and debris flows in western Cascades , Oregon

@inproceedings{JohnsonStreamTR,
  title={Stream temperature responses to forest harvest and debris flows in western Cascades , Oregon},
  author={Sherri L Johnson and Julia A Jones}
}
Stream temperature controls the rates of many biotic and abiotic processes and is influenced by changes in streamside land use practices. We compiled historic stream temperature data and reestablished study sites in three small basins in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest in the western Cascades, Oregon, to reexamine the effects on and re covery of stream temperatures following removal of riparian vegetation. Maximum stream temperatures increased 7°C and occurred earlier in the summer after… CONTINUE READING
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