Data from: Interactive influences of climate change and agriculture on aquatic habitat in a Pacific Northwestern watershed

DeBano SJ, Wooster DE, Walker JR, McMullen LE, Horneck DA

Date Published: June 29, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.564q7

 

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Title Data from: Interactive Influences of Climate Change and Agriculture on Aquatic Habitat in a Pacific Northwestern Watershed.
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Description This file contains reach-specific data on aquatic habitat in the Umatilla Subbasin for current conditions, six climate change scenarios, and two agricultural intensification scenarios. Variables examined include summer water temperature, low flow, embeddedness, fine sediment, metals in sediment and soils, turbidity, miscellaneous toxins in the water, dissolved oxygen, riparian function, and large woody debris.
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DeBano SJ, Wooster DE, Walker JR, McMullen LE, Horneck DA (2016) Interactive influences of climate change and agriculture on aquatic habitat in a Pacific Northwestern watershed. Ecosphere 7(6): e01357. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.1357

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DeBano SJ, Wooster DE, Walker JR, McMullen LE, Horneck DA (2016) Data from: Interactive influences of climate change and agriculture on aquatic habitat in a Pacific Northwestern watershed. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.564q7
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