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Brook Trout Climate Resilience Research

Research on climate change relevant to brook trout
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Elevated summer temperatures delay spawning reduce redd construction for resident brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) Redd (nest) surveys for resident brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) were conducted annually in a mountain lake in northern New York for 11 years with multiple ... Dana R. Warren, Jason M. Robinson, Daniel C. Josephson, Daniel R. Sheldon, Clifford E. Kraft 2012
Ranking Site Vulnerability to Increasing Temperatures in Southern Appalachian Brook Trout Streams in VA: An Exposure-Sensitivity Approach - Trumbo et al. 2014 This publication describes an approach determining habitat vulnerability to climate change based on measures of sensitivity and exposure. Trumbo, B. A., Nislow, K. H., Stallings, J., Hudy, M., Smith, E. P., Kim, D., Wiggins, B., Dolloff, C. A. 2014
Can brook trout survive climate change in large rivers? If it rains - Merriam et al. 2017 Brook trout habitat vulnerability was assessed within an Appalachian watershed. • Increased discharge largely offset effects of increased air temp... Eric R. Merriam, Rodrigo Fernandez, J. Todd Petty, Nicolas Zegre 2017
SENSITIVITY AND VULNERABILITY OF BROOK TROUT POPULATIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE We directly measured paired air and water temperatures in watersheds (N = 77) containing reproducing populations of brook trout in Virginia. We found that pai... Author
Conservation planning at the intersection of landscape and climate change: brook trout in the Chesapeake Bay watershed We developed a multi-scale conservation planning framework for brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) within the Chesapeake Bay watershed that incorporates both la... Eric R. Merriam, J. Todd Petty, Jason Clingerman 2019
Climate change influence on brook trout populations in the Central Appalachians - Andrew et al. 2022 We used a 18-year brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) data set with samples across a ~4800 km2 spatial area in the Central Appalachian Mountains, combined with ...
Mass: Climate Smart Agriculture Program /Agricultural Environmental Enhancement Program (AEEP) This grant program is for the implementation of agricultural conservation practices that reduce or prevent negative impacts to the Commonwealth's natural resour...
Seasonal streamflow extremes are key drivers of Brook Trout young-of-the-year abundance Based on counts of Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) collected over 28 yr at 115 sites in Shenandoah National Park, we developed mixed-effects models to (1) a... Annalise G. Blum, Yoichiro Kanno, Benjamin H. Letcher 2018

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