Linking Urbanization to the Biological Condition Gradient (BCG) for Stream Ecosystems in the Northeastern United States Using a Bayesian Network Approach

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Kashuba, R., McMahon, G., Cuffney, T. F., Qian, S., Reckhow, K., Davies, S. 2012. Linking Urbanization to the Biological Condition Gradient (BCG) for Stream Ecosystems in the Northeastern United States Using a Bayesian Network Approach. Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5030. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA.

Ecosystem, Macro-invertebrates, Management, Model, Streams, Water quality, Watershed, BMPs, Aquatic community, Aquatic ecosystems, Biology

Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey and Duke University, this research report describes the creation of a Bayesian network model to evaluate the effects of urban development on macroinvertebrate communities in streams. The model aims to inform which management approaches would lead to Biological Condition Gradient (BCG) goals.

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