Southwest Alaska Stream Temperatures


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In collaboration with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Western Alaska Landscape Conservation Cooperative, the Alaska Salmon Program has been monitoring lake and stream temperatures in Southwest Alaska since 2008 [Bristol Bay (Wood River and Kvichak lake systems), on the Alaska Peninsula (Chignik and Black Lakes) and in the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge]. A final report is available.

 

Information on collection locations and data access is available through the University of Alaska’s Online Aquatic Temperature website.