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This Oregon Department of Environmental Quality website contains links to Total Maximum Daily Load and Water Quality Management Plan documents prepared for waterbodies in Oregon designated as water quality limited on the 303(d) list. A TMDL is the calculated pollutant amount that a waterbody can...
This report presents a broad picture of water supply outlook conditions for the Western United States, including selected streamflow forecasts, summary of snow accumulation to date, and reservoir storage.
"This document was prepared to help EPA and State program managers plan and implement a wetland monitoring and assessment program within the context of the March 2003 EPA document, Elements of a State Water Monitoring and Assessment Program (EPA 841-B-03- 003). "
Technical resource guide on flooding from the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.
United States Geological Service (USGS) introduction to wetland hydrology.
Table of model criteria used in developing the Greenprint for Deschutes county by The Trust for Public Lands, June 11, 2010.
"The Deschutes Subbasin Plan direct Bonneville Power Administration funding of projects that protect, mitigate, and enhance fish and wildlife that have been adversely impacted by the development and operation of the Columbia River hydropower system.The Council, Bonneville, NOAA Fisheries, and U.S....
Describes the effects of fire on soils and water. United States Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. Rocky Mountain Research Station. General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-42-volume 4, September 2005.
Overview of the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) analysis and monitoring for stream temperature so that water quality standards can be met. Prepared by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. November 2004.
Subbasin plan amendment recommendation prepared for the Northwest Power and Conservation Council.

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