Small waterways have idiosyncracies, writes Andrea Watts. In an article in Science Findings, for the U.S. Forest Service, Andrea describes a collaborative study by academic and government scientists to find out how local variabilities in streams affect trout habitats. Regional management programs could use these variations to protect fish from climate change and timber harvesting. image: Caleb George
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