1982 winter temperature study, open file report / compiled by E. Woody Trihey ; with contributions from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center ; prepared for Acres American Incorporated.

Variant Title:
Additional Author(s):
  • Trihey, E. Woody.
  • Atkinson, Steven C.
Corporate Contributor(s):
  • Acres American Incorporated.
  • Alaska. Department of Fish and Game.
  • Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center (Alaska)
Publisher: Buffalo, N.Y. : Acres American Incorporated, [1982]
Report Numbers: SUS 158
Physical Description: 150 pages in various pagings : illustrations, 4 maps ; 28 cm
Subject - Topical:
Summary: Describes the methods for measuring continuous and instantaneous surface and intergravel water temperatures at known fish spawning areas, and presents water temperature data in raw and graphical forms. A trip report discusses the physical processes influencing winter habitat conditions. Relationships between mid-winter slough and mainstem water temperature, between river stage and groundwater upwelling, and between spawning success and substrate availability are proposed.

Notes: "June 1982."

"Expand[s] upon earlier observations by ADF & G of mid-winter water temperatures and habitat conditions in the side sloughs (Barrett, 1975, ADF & G, 1981)"--Summary.

Contents:
  • Susitna intergravel temperature report /
  • Steven C. Atkinson --
  • DP2321 temperature data --
  • Ryan thermograph data --
  • February 24-28 trip report /
  • E. Woody Trihey.
Online Access: Link to Full Text
Library Holdings – Print Versions

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