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Improving salmon passage: draft, the Lower Snake River juvenile salmon migration feasibility report/environmental impact statement

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Title Improving salmon passage: draft, the Lower Snake River juvenile salmon migration feasibility report/environmental impact statement Summary, improving salmon passage: draft: the Lower Snake River juvenile salmon migration feasibility report/environmental impact statement; Lower Snake River juvenile salmon migration feasibility report/environmental impact statement
Date 1999 2004-12-14 2004-11-04
Subject Chinook salmon -- Migration -- Snake River (Wyoming-Washington); Steelhead (Fish) -- Migration -- Snake River (Wyoming-Washington); Chinook salmon -- Effect of dams on -- Snake River (Wyoming-Washington); Dams -- Environmental aspects -- Snake River (Wyoming-Washington); Dam retirement -- Environmental aspects -- Snake River (Wyoming-Washington); Fish habitat improvement -- Snake River (Wyoming-Washington) -- Planning; Fishery management -- Snake River (Wyoming-Washington) -- Planning
Description The purpose of this summary report is to provide an overview of the findings developed for the Lower Snake River Juvenile Salmon Migration Feasibility Study. For more detailed information, the reader should refer to the Draft Feasibility Report/Environmental Impact Statement and attached appendices. The genesis of this study is the National Marine Fisheries Service's 1995 Biological Opinion for the Reinitiation of Consultation on 1994-1998 Operation of the Federal Columbia River Power System... Title from cover; At head of title: Summary; "December 1999." Cover Letter..........................................................1| Regional Map......................................................2 Introduction.......................................................3 Defining the Problem.........................................3 The Feasibility Study............................................4 Study Timeline....................................................4 The Four Dams....................................................6 How the Dams... U M M A R Y Migration Feasibility ~ ep& rW Envlronmental Impact Statement D e c e m b e r 1 9 9 9 . - . ton& m..& v er& eher .'.. a.... .................................................... .. Regional Map. .................................................... 2. Introduction ......................... .........: . i ..*. .......... 3. Defining the Problem ................................... 3 ' The Feasibility Study ............................................ 4 -. ..........................
Contributor United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Walla Walla District
Source Originally published as: Improving salmon passage: draft, the Lower Snake River juvenile salmon migration feasibility report/environmental impact statement (Walla Walla, Wash.: The District, 1999)
Publisher Oregon Institute of Technology. Library
Rights Digital image copyright 2004, Oregon Institute of Technology. All rights reserved. http://digitallib.oit.edu/cdm/copyright/collection/kwl
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Identifier OIT-4-Nov-2004-523 D103.62:SN 1/DRAFT/SUMM http://digitallib.oit.edu/cdm/ref/collection/kwl/id/440
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