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In the Upper Willamette Subbasin (4th field watershed) there are four 5th field watersheds: Calapooia River watershed, Long Tom River watershed,...
The land use and land cover patterns that appear circa 1990 are the results of both natural and cultural influences. Since the mid 19th century,...
Agencies involved: ACOE: US Army Corps of Engineers BLM: US Bureau of Land Management DSL: Oregon...
Oregon State University 1964 Corvallis Flood This collection features 59 oblique photographs flown by Western Ways, Inc. on Dec 23, 1964. These...
In the 1960s, Oregonians began to recognize that the pattern of residential development in the basin was creating sprawling suburbs and visual...
Every river has its hero. The Tualatin has the crawfish. In 1951 the people...
Birds are by far the most diverse and best known group of wildlife in the Willamette Basin. Organizations that work in Oregon focusing primarily on...
McKenzie River The McKenzie River watershed extends from the ridge of the central Cascade Mountains to the floor of...
The South Santiam subbasin drains approximately 1,040 square miles. With steep, mountainous terrain in the east and a low floodplain to the...
Frogs, toads, newts and salamanders, Oregon's amphibians, appear to be declining throughout the state. Willamette Basin native salamanders are:...

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