Final eligibility and suitability report for the upper Klamath wild and scenic river study.
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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Klamath Falls Resource Area in Klamath Falls, Or .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Wild and scenic rivers -- California.,
  • Wild and scenic rivers -- Oregon.,
  • Land use -- Klamath River Region (Or. and Calif.),
  • Klamath River (Or. and Calif.)

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Other titlesUpper Klamath wild and scenic river study., Eligibility and suitability report for the upper Klamath wild and scenic river study.
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Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
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Open LibraryOL17782281M

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Klamath River: the Final Eligibility and Suitability Report for the Upper Klamath Wild and Scenic River Study and the Draft Klamath Falls Area Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement. This assessment also borrowed heavily from the . Enclosed is a copy of the Draft Eligibility and Suitability Report for the Upper Klamath Wild & Scenic River Study. The study area is located in southern Oregon and northern California and involves the upper Klamath River from the John C. Boyle Dam in Oregon to the backwater of Copco Reservoir in California. The study corridor is Draft eligibility and suitability report for the upper November Pages: Overview: The Klamath River begins in Oregon's Klamath Basin, then cuts through the Cascades and the Klamath Mountains before entering the Pacific Ocean in northern California. The Upper Klamath River has a lengthy season of use thanks to the steady water releases from the J.C. Boyle Dam and Powerhouse operated by PacifiCorp.

Future documents will be available from this address. Related documents include the Final Eligibility and Suitability Report for the Upper Klamath Wild and Scenic River Study () (Department of the Interior). Copies of this document are available from the Klamath Falls Resource Area office. The study, findings, and report for the Squirrel River in Alaska: communication from the President of the United States transmitting the study, findings, and report for the Squirrel River in Alaska, consistent with section 5(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, Public Law , as amended. (Washington: U.S. G.P.O., ), by United States. Upper Klamath Lake, filling a broad valley at the foot of the eastern slope of the southern High Cascades, is the source of the Klamath lake is fed by the Williamson River, which originates in the Winema National Forest, and the Wood River, which rises near Crater Lake National Klamath River issues from Klamath Lake at Klamath Falls as a short 1-mile ( km) stream known as Mouth: Pacific Ocean. With miles classified as wild, scenic or recreational, the Klamath is longest Wild and Scenic River in California. Another 11 miles of the upper Klamath are designated in Oregon. The Klamath River watershed is as big as Massachusetts and Connecticut combined.

Publication Date Mon, 02/06/ - am. Region Oregon-Washington. Organization. Collection: Public Room Category: Map Keywords Wild-and-Scenic-River, map, Oregon-Washington-State-Office. Final Eligibility and Suitability Report for the Upper Klamath Wild and Scenic River Study Grider Fire Recovery Project Klamath National Forest DEIS Fourmile Hill Geothermal Development Project EIS / EIR Preparation Plan Addendum The Upper Klamath River has a lengthy use season thanks to the steady water releases from the J.C. Boyle Dam and Powerhouse. PacifiCorp, a large regional utility company, operates the dam and powerhouse project to generate hydroelectric power. Rafters and kayakers get to ride the water downstream of the powerhouse. C’warm and Qapdo (Lost River and shortnose suckers). The Klamath Basin also teemed with waterfowl and wildlife. At least 80 percent of the birds following the Pacific flyway stopped to feed in the area. Native people, including the Klamath and Paiute in the upper basin and the Yurok, Modoc, and Hoopa downstream, depended on theFile Size: KB.