Instream temperature modeling and fishery impact assessment for a proprosed large scale Alaska hydroelectric project /

A simulation model, SNTEMP or Stream Network Temperature Simulation Model, was designed to examine temperature-related effects on fishes that could be caused by the proposed hydroelectric dams on the Susitna River. Effects of the Susitna reservoir on fishery resources is analyzed in one-dam and two-...

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Main Author: Wilson, William J., 1931-
Additional Author(s):Meyer, P. R.

Kelly, Michael D.
Corporate Contributor(s):Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center (Alaska)
Publisher:Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska,
Report Numbers:SUS 702
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Summary:A simulation model, SNTEMP or Stream Network Temperature Simulation Model, was designed to examine temperature-related effects on fishes that could be caused by the proposed hydroelectric dams on the Susitna River. Effects of the Susitna reservoir on fishery resources is analyzed in one-dam and two-dam scenarios. Thermal preferences and tolerance criteria were developed for the five Pacific salmon species in the Susitna River, and the predictions from SNTEMP are compared to the various life phase temperature criteria.
Physical Description:47 pages : illustrations, map ; 28 cm
Notes:"33RB-010a"--Page footer.
Contained In:Also found in: International Symposium on Regulated Streams (3rd : 1985 : Edmonton, Alta.). Regulated streams : advances in ecology. New York : Plenum Press, ©1987. Pages 183-206
Related Titles:Wilson, William J., 1931- Instream temperature modeling and fishery impact assessment for the proposed Susitna Hydroelectric Project. Anchorage, AK : Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska, [1984] SUS 418
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 43-47).
ISBN:0306426749