Stanley, ID: Linkages Between Hydrologic Complexity and Nutrient Export

NCALM Seed. PI: Timothy Covino, John Mallard, Keli Goodman, David Epstein, Montana State University. The survey area consists of a 52.7 square kilometer polygon, located 27 kilometers west of Stanley, Idaho. The lidar data were collected in the Sawtooth National Forest to study the linkages between hydrologic network complexity and nutrient export.
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