See what managers can do in the face of climate change from the Climate Toolkit Project.
Building a stream temperature database to use in aquatic climate change vulnerability assessments.
Michael Furniss looks at watershed vulnerability and shows how climate change vulnerability analysis can be similar to culvert analysis.
Temperature is one of the most important conditions for aquatic biota - climate change is imperiling aquatic ecosystems.
Climate history reveals itself in tree-rings and the latest reconstructions can inform us of past dry and wet seasons, and help us to plan for future water patterns.
Wildfires have immediate and short term effects on fish, but there are also long-term effects that persist after the initial disturbance.