Research News with Kenai Watershed Forum
For my work with Kenai Watershed Forum I started keeping a blog to share a little bit about various projects I’m involved with. From water quality, to fish habitat, to education, it’s a fun mix.
Climate Change and Juvenile Salmon Habitat in the Kenai River Watershed
As the climate warms in Alaska, water temperatures will also warm. Warmer waters affect how juvenile salmon grow and live, but not all changes are made equal. Will wild salmon be able to handle the kinds of sweeping environmental changes that are coming in the next century?
As local streams warm, cold water inputs could be crucial for salmon
In August 2021 my collaborators and I were interviewed about a project… https://www.kdll.org/post/local-streams-warm-cold-water-inputs-could-be-crucial-salmon#stream/0
Last updated on Feb 21, 2022
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Scientific collaboration connects humans, salmon on the Kenai
In spring 2016 I had the pleasure of hiking to Upper Russian Lake with two of my good friends to install water temperature loggers as part of my graduate research. Our local paper the Peninsula Clarion published this nice account about the journey and the larger project.
Last updated on Feb 25, 2022
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