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Final Report for "Bringing People, Data, and Models Together – Addressing Impacts of Climate Change on Stream Temperature"


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This study set out to answer the question: “What data and modeling frameworks are needed to provide scientists reliable, climate-informed, water temperature estimates for freshwater ecosystems that can assist watershed management decision making?” To accomplish this, researchers gathered existing stream temperature data, identified data gaps, deployed stream temperature monitoring devices, and developed and tested a stream temperature model that could be regionalized across the Northeast Climate Science Center (NE CSC) domain. Polebitski and colleagues partnered with another NE CSC funded project team, NorEaST-Stream Temperature Web Portal Demonstration and Application, led by Jana Stewart (USGS Wisconsin Water Science Center), to [...]


Principal Investigator :
Austin S. Polebitski
Funding Agency :
Northeast CSC

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  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • Northeast CASC

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