Temperature and redd counts share a format. Both upload and input formats are multi-column, comma separated variables.
Day-of-year is first column. Blocks of days can be condensed with format: "first_day:final_day" Subsequent columns are
values at different river positions identified by River Kilometer.
Column name format MUST be: "RKMxxx" where xxx is numeric. E.g.Day,RKM483,RKM479,...
2 years worth of temperature values are required
due to the calendar-year-spanning life history of Winter Run Chinook Salmon.
If you Upload data, it will be placed in the text area as input values awaiting "Run".
For plotting purposes, temperatures outside of the selected range are truncated. This does not affect calculations.
To use "Density by Reach": You must query the database OR upload redds with specific headers:
RKM483 = Keswick to ACID dam (5.5 Km)
RKM479 = ACID dam to Hwy44 (3.3 Km)
RKM470 = Hwy44 to Airport Rd. (19.7 km)
"Plot days" and "RKM range" control plotting
of temperature heatmap and timeseries.
TCrit is the temperature below which there is no temperature induced mortality.
"Crit period" is the critical number of days prior to and including hatch day when temperature exposure is computed.
"Crit type" selects how the exposure is identified during the critical period.