Cool Creeks with trees for trout
Waterway Management - Cool Creeks with trees for trout
by lowering the temp, trees along streams help trout survive there
The Shroud water research center is a nonprofit that uses 5 percent of its budget to collect environmental data and other R&D. They are really going to have a great impact on the future of our environment by using sensors to collect data on our local streams to analyze and then provide municipal best practices.
If you are using sensors that do not take realtime data and only take a sample periodically like once a day or once a month, you do not get a full picture of the environment. Realtime data can show fluctuations that are life and death to the marine habitat. It tells a false story without having realtime data. Shown below is how the temperature fluctuates day and night.
Every 10% of forested shade cover of a stream, you decrease the temperature by .5 degrees Celsius.
Trout can live in 21-31 Celsius or 70 to 88 Fahrenheit.
The blue is where fish can survive, if there is yellow the fish will die. This shows some Pennsylvania streams and date duration that is best to stock the trout where and when they should survive the longest.
Looks like Aquashicola, Punches, and Cobbs Creek is habitably to trout during the summer temperatures.