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Comparing riparian and catchment influences on stream habitat in a forested, montane landscape.Author(s): K.M. Burnett; G.H. Reeves
Source: American Fisheries Society Symposium. 48: 175-197
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe goal of this study was to understand relationships between salmon habitat and landscape characteristics, summarized at multiple spatial scales, in a montane basin where forestry is the dominant land use. Specific study objectives were to (1) examine differences among spatial scales for landscape characteristics described with relatively coarse-resolution data, (2) compare the proportion of variation in stream habitat features explained by landscape characteristics summarized within and among different spatial scales, and (3) assess regression residuals for spatial autocorrelation.
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CitationBurnett, K.M.; Reeves, G.H. 2006. Comparing riparian and catchment influences on stream habitat in a forested, montane landscape. American Fisheries Society Symposium. 48: 175-197
KeywordsLand use and streams, large wood, multiscale analysis, riparian protection, salmon habitat conservation
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