Bear Valley Creek

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Created: Feb 26, 2021 at 5:59 p.m.
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This data set contains the data collected in Bear Valley Creek, Central Idaho for investigating flow hydraulics, climate changes and streambed mobility on habitat quality distribution.
The zip file contains the streambed bathymetry collected with the EAARL-A topobathymetric LiDAR along a 7km long reach of the upper Bear Valley Creek. It also contains the sediment patches with median grain size and sand fraction.
The file “WES16.xlsx” contains the water surface elevation collected in 2011 at a flow of 1.6 meter cubic per second.
The file “BearCreekCreek_EM_VIC_Air_Temperature.xlsx” contains the air temperature predicted with VIC model and ensemble mean climatic scenario from 1920 to 2090.
The file “BearValleyCreek_A1B-A1-EM-FutureScenarios.xlsx” contains the discharges predicted with VIC model and ensemble mean climatic scenario from 2011 to 2090.
The file “BearValleyCreek_EMscenario_Ecohydrailcs.xlsx” contains the weighted usable area and hydraulic habitat indexes predicted based on EM climate change scenario from 2011 to 2090.
The file “VIC_Discharge_Validation.xlsx” contains the comparison between observed and VIC predicted discharges.
This data are used in the publication:
Reeder et al, (under review) Some (Fish Might) Like It Hot: Seasonal and Intra-Annual Variability of Habitat Quality and Fish Growth from Past to Future Climates, STOTEM

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Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Upper Bear Valley Creek


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Tonina, D., J. A. McKean, W. J. Reeder, D. A. Isaak, C. Tang (2021). Bear Valley Creek, HydroShare,

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