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Development of a Minnesota River Environmental Flow Modeling Framework

Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory
4 September 2018

  • Bio Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory

    The ability to predictively link river levels to ecological effects (i.e., flow-ecology relationships) is central to understanding the consequences of alternative freshwater management strategies and transparently making trade-offs. Here, we develop flow- ecology relationships with three contrasting model development philosophies and examine consistency of model outcomes as the models are applied to six future land use scenarios in the Minnesota River Basin.

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