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  1. Histopathological changes in gills of Lost River suckers (Deltistes luxatus) exposed to elevated ammonia and elevated pH

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    Lease, Hilary M., Histopathological Changes in Gills of Lost River Suckers (Deltistes luxatus) Exposed to Elevated Ammonia and Elevated pH, M.S., Department of Zoology and Physiology, December, 2000.

  2. Molecular evolution and ecology of Klamath Basin suckers. Part B - Evidence for a lethal homozyhous genotpe at the Ankyrin(g)...

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    One chapter of a seven chapter annual report from 1999 examining ecological issues regarding the shortnose and Lost River sucker populations in Upper Klamath Lake and Williamson River.

  3. Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds biennial report, 2001-2003

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    A GUIDE TO PART I - ESTABLISHING COMMON BASINS A GUIDE TO PART II - THE FOUR ELEMENTS OF THE OREGON PLAN THE OREGON PLAN - BASIN BY BASIN KEY TO BASIN LAYOUTS BASIN REPORTS North Coast Umpqua South Coast Rogue...

  4. Relation between selected water-quality variables and lake level in Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, Oregon

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    Relation Between Selected Water-Quality Constituents and Lake Stage in Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, Oregon By Tamara M. Wood, Gregory J. Fuhrer, and Jennifer L. Morace SUMMARY Upper Klamath Lake is a large...

  5. Proceedings of second conference of engineers of the Reclamation service, with accompanying papers.

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    Conference was held at El Paso, Tex., November 14 to 18, 1904, and adjourned to Washington, D.C., where it was continued from January 9 to 14, 1905;

  6. Klamath County, Oregon: its resources and advantages, its present and its future; a land of great pines, hardy cattle,...

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    24 p.; ill.; Title from cover

  7. Reports of explorations and surveys to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Missisippi...

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    Following is a digital file of the Report of Lieut. Henry L. Abbot, Corps of Topographical

  8. Chronic toxicity of low dissolved oxygen concentrations, elevated pH, and elevated ammonia concentrations to lost river...

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    The study examines two species of sucker,the shortnose sucker(chasmistes brevirostrix), and the Lost River sucker,(deltisties luxatus) that inhabit Upper Klamath Lake and the effects of chronic toxicity and...

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