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Willamette

Revetments Communities along the Willamette River have attempted to control the movement of the river since the floods of 1860 and 1861. Large stone...
Several different aquatic indicators can describe the ecological health of a stream and watershed. Habitat Quantity and Quality Stream organisms...
Dams While many people think of dams in terms of large federal projects, such as Lookout Point (the reservoir with the largest maximum storage...
On the basis of anecdotal science and geological records, Oregon has a long history of seismic events. For example, anecdotal and...
At most times and in most places, surface water is abundant in the basin: in 1990, about 19,500 million gallons per day, equivalent to about 30,000...
A collective effort by all residents of the Basin can improve conditions for wildlife despite increasing human population. Conservation can take many...
Coast Fork Willamette River scene (Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council) The Coast Fork Willamette is located in the...
In the Molalla/Pudding Subbasin (4th field watershed) there are two 5th field watersheds: Molalla river watershed, and the Pudding River watershed....
Oregon's Clackamas River flows approximately 85 miles from its headwaters on Ollalie Butte, just south of Mt. Hood, west into the Willamette River...
In the Middle Willamette Subbasin (4th field watershed) there are two 5th field watersheds: Rickreall Creek watershed, and the Mill Creek watershed...

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