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River Temperature Research References

Blog Posts

MSS Leaflets and Tools

Peer reviewed papers

Papers using SRTMN data
Other river temperature related research by MSS-FFL

Selected conference papers

Selected Talks

  • Summary of a wide variety of work by MSS-FFL and collaborators. Scotland River Temperature Monitoring Network (SRTMN): An example of a national-local collaboration to inform fisheries management under climate change. Fisheries Management Scotland Annual Meeting; Nurturing the next Generation, SNH Battleby, Perth. 4th April, 2018
  • Jackson F.L., Fryer R.J., Hannah D.M., Malcolm I.A. Assessing the transferability of spatial statistical river temperature models between catchments. Hydro-Eco, University of Birmingham. 19th – 23rd June 2017.
  • Jackson F.L., Fryer R.J., Hannah D.M., Millar C.P., Malcolm I.A. National Daily Maximum River Temperature Model for Scotland. Scottish Fisheries Coordination Centre Annual Meeting, Faskally House, Pitlochry. 7th – 8th February, 2018.
  • Summary of a wide variety of work by MSS-FFL and collaborators. Where should I plant trees? Tools and methods to decide where to plant trees to protect rivers and fisheries under climate change: integrating knowledge from statistical and process based modelling. Scottish Fisheries Coordination Centre Annual Meeting, Faskally House, Pitlochry. 7th – 8th February, 2018.
  • Summary of a wide variety of work by MSS-FFL and collaborators. Scotland River Temperature Monitoring Network (SRTMN): An example of a national-local collaboration to inform fisheries management under climate change. Fisheries Management Scotland Annual Meeting; Nurturing the next Generation, SNH Battleby, Perth. 4th April, 2018.
  • Jackson F.L., Fryer R.J., Hannah D.M., Millar C.P., Malcolm I.A. Development of a national river temperature model to inform the management of Scotland’s Atlantic Salmon rivers under climate change. Scottish Freshwater Group, University of Stirling, Stirling. 19th-20th April, 2018.

Related Webpages

  • https://rivertemperature.net/ Heterogeneity of Temperature in Rivers and Streams. HoTRiverS is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Independent Fellowship hosted by the University of Birmingham and funded by the European Commission through the Horizon 2020 initiative, with support also from Marine Scotland Science.