Modeling Salmonid Habitat for Restoration
James Graham, Humboldt State University
The session will focus on presenting modeling methods available for habitat modeling, and applications of modeling to specific areas for restoration. This would focus on modeling the environmental and anthropomorphic elements that affect salmonid habitat including: topography, hydraulic dynamics, bottom composition, shading, and aquatic temperature. This session would bring together examples of the wide variety of methods available. A panel at the end of the session would discuss steps forward.
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Belize Lane, PhD, Utah State University