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The purpose of this study was to provide projections of future streamflows and water temperatures for use in assessing the impacts of climate change on salmonids in the Chico Creek Watershed. This information is intended to help the Suquamish Tribe prioritize conservation and restoration actions. To do this, we developed a high-resolution, physically-based hydrological and water temperature model for the Chico Creek watershed, and used it to quantify future changes in streamflow and summer water temperature.
|This resource is referenced by||https://data.cig.uw.edu/picea/mauger/2020_06_BIA_Suquamish/DATA/pub/|
|This resource is described by||https://cig.uw.edu/projects/projected-changes-in-streamflow-and-water-temperature-in-chico-creek-kitsap-county/|
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