Fig. 3. Existing riparian and basin forest conditions across the trout stream network and by land ownership. A) Average forested riparian buffer widths were estimated for more than 8000 stream segments using Eq. 1 from this study. B) Percent forest cover in the adjacent basins (defined in Fig. 2C) for 2nd- to 5th-order stream segments with basin areas between 5–50 km2. C) Forest cover in riparian buffers relative to adjacent basin areas for 2nd- to 5th-order stream segments with basin areas between 5–50 km2. Streams without dots have riparian and basin cover values <90%. Red riparian zones are less forested than adjacent basin areas. For more information on the analysis of existing forest and thermal conditions across Georgia’s trout stream network in relation to land ownership, see App. 1.