Graphical analysis facilitates evaluation of stream-temperature monitoring data
California Agriculture 59(3):153-160. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v059n03p153.
A case study shows how monitoring projects can display stream-temperature data, along with critical parameters such as canopy cover and stream flow.
K.W. Tate is Rangeland Watershed Specialist, UC Davis; D.F. Lile is Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension (UCCE), Lassen County; D.L. Lancaster is Natural Resources Advisor, UCCE Modoc County; M.L. Porath is Extension Range Faculty, Oregon State University, Lakeview County; J.A. Morrison was Watershed Coordinator, Goose Lake Resource Conservation District (and currently Northwest Pilot Project Coordinator, Idaho Cattle Association); Y. Sado was Postgraduate Researcher, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis. We are grateful to Lisa Thompson, Assistant Specialist in Cooperative Extension, Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology, UC Davis, who served as Guest Associate Editor for this article. Funding for this research was provided in part by the UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Competitive Grants Program, California Farm Bureau Federation and American Farm Bureau Federation.