Assessment of Effects of Altered Stream Flow Characteristics on Fish and Wildlife: Pt. A, Rocky Mountains and Pacific Northwest : Final Report
Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Biological Services, Western Energy and Land Use Team, 1976 - Dams - 120 pages
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acceptance amount of flow anadromous Arizona Associated With Success Bargaining Fishery Predictive bargaining success Biological Objectives Bully Creek Bureau of Reclamation Clark Fork River Colorado Colorado River Colorado-Big Thompson Project constraints deficient detailed methodologies documented downstream evaluation fish and game fish and wildlife fishery deterioration fishery maintenance fishery preservation flow agreements flow implementation flow regime follow-up study Forest Service Fork formulate four modes gauging records habitat hydrological Idaho incremental analysis inflow influence Initial Follow-up instream flow recommendations instream flow requests irrigation minimum flow modes of success Montana North Platte River operating Oregon Outcome Pacific Northwest PACIFIC NORTHWEST 41 Pacific Northwest region percent association post-project pre-project predictive success Prineville professional judgment project purposes projects sponsored rejected requested flow ROCKY MOUNTAIN 52 Rocky Mountain region sponsor agency stream fishery stream gauge streamflow Success Bargaining Fishery Table tions ciencies Utah violations Washington water rights Watershed Willamette Valley Wyoming