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Oregon Watersheds: Many Activities Contribute to Increased Turbidity During Large Storms
Oregon Watersheds: Many Activities Contribute to Increased Turbidity During Large Storms
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1998
Pages: 69
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788180770

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Barry T. Hill (ed). Describes: (1) the human activities that may have contributed to the high turbidity levels in western Oregonís municipal watersheds in Feb. 1996, & (2) the efforts under way by federal, state, local, & private land managers & owners, as well as the affected cities, to ensure safe drinking water during future storms. The review is limited to five municipal watersheds -- those serving the cities of Cottage Grove, Eugene, Portland, Salem, & Sandy. Contains recommendations to the Secretary of Agriculture & of the Interior designed to increase the efficiency & effectiveness of efforts to improve water quality & ensure safe drinking water for cities in western Oregon.

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