|Document Type:||Journal Article|
|Title:||Spatial autocorrelation and statistical analysis on stream networks: overview and applications|
|Author:||D. J. Isaak, Erin E. Peterson, Jay M. Ver Hoef, Seth J. Wenger, Jeff A. Falke, C. E. Torgersen, Colin Sowder, E. Ashley Steel, Marie-Josee Fortin, Chris E. Jordan, Aaron S. Ruesch, Nicholas Som, Pascal Monestiez|
|Keywords:||stream network,spatial statistics,autocorrelation,semivariogram,kriging,Torgergram|
1. Streams and rivers host a significant portion of Earth’s biodiversity and provide important ecosystem services for human populations. Accurate information regarding the status and trends of stream resources is vital for their effective conservation and management.
|Theme:||Habitats to Support Sustainable Fisheries and Recovered Populations|
Characterize relationships between habitat and ecosystem processes, climate variation, and the viability of organisms.