The Hinkle Creek Watershed in Sutherlin, OR was the site for a paired watershed instead from 2001-2011. The goal of this study was to assess the impact of different timber harvest types on stream ecosystems at the watershed scale. The original study collected a lot of data on fish population demographics, fish habitat, water quality, and streamflow. To understand how the fish population would respond to different harvest types at a catchment-scale, the study used longitudinal pool surveys to collect fish data. This video covers some of their findings.