stream order

stream order

[′strēm ¦ȯr·dər]
(hydrology)
The designation by a dimensionless integer series (1, 2, 3, …) of the relative position of stream segments in the network of a drainage basin. Also known as channel order.
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Effort in the fourth stream order was meager, but turtles were likely to encounter our nets in the narrow channel (Fig.
The Palm Centre now relies on seamless systems integration from its Orderwise stock management system to its parcel carrier, which is provided by NetDespatch using its 'Connector' application to stream order data securely to the NetDespatch web-based parcel shipping platform.
Usually, small headwater streams depend upon vegetative input such as leaves, branches, and logs that are deposited from the surrounding watershed, and these inputs are influenced by stream order (8).
Morphometry of benthic macroinvertebrate community structure of the Blackburn Fork drainage as a function of stream order.
We included three indicator (dummy) variables in all regression models, one for basin and two for stream order, because our objective was to examine habitat selection patterns after accounting for any effects of the two stream basins and three stream orders (Strahler 1957).
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Fish species diversity in relation to stream order and physicochemical conditions in the Plum Creek drainage basin.
NHDPlus data are ideal for exploring generalization methods because they include many additional attributes, such as Strahler stream order and mean annual estimates of natural flow and velocity for all streams.
We detected few differences in salamander communities between riparian areas and neighboring uplands at any stream order suggesting that riparian zones in the southern Appalachians at Coweeta Hydrological Laboratory are much less influential in structuring salamander communities than riparian areas in other regions of the United States.
However, these studies do not examine the growth and condition of stream fishes in relation to different stream orders.
Now any remote Order Routing System can stream orders into SABIL via FIX.