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Relations of Tualatin River water temperatures to natural and human-caused factors
John C Risley
1997 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Portland, Or, Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||by John C. Risley ; prepared in cooperation with the Unified Sewerage Agency of Washington County, Oregon|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 97-4071|
|Contributions||Washington County (Or.). Unified Sewerage Agency, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
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Aquatic research has long shown that the survival of cold-water fish, such as salmon and trout, decreases markedly as water temperatures increase above a critical threshold, particularly during sensitive life stages of the fish. In an effort to improve the overall health of aquatic ecosystems, the State of Oregon in adopted a maximum water-temperature standard of degrees Celsius (68 Get this from a library.
Relations of Tualatin River water temperatures to natural and human-caused factors. [John C Risley; Washington County (Or.). Unified Sewerage Agency.; Geological Survey (U.S.)] Relations of Tualatin River Water Temperatures to Natural and Human-Caused Factors ByJohn C.
Risley Abstract Aquatic research has long shown that the survival of cold-water ﬁsh, such as salmon and trout, decreases markedly as water temperatures increase above a critical threshold, particularly during sensitive life stages of the ﬁsh.
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Hillsboro (kiejtése: [ˈhɪlzbəroʊ]) az Amerikai Egyesült Államok északnyugati részén, Oregon állam Washington megyéjében helyezkedik el, egyben a megye székhelye is. A évi népszámláláskor 91 lakosa volt. A város terül8 km², melyből 0,03 km²(Oregon). Water temperature plays an important role in almost all USGS water science.
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The information can be used in water-quality modeling required to manage the Willamette River. Ongoing studies of the Tualatin River help evaluate new, more-stringent water-temperature standards and provide data to determine relations between elevated river water temperatures and human-caused factors, such as removal of riparian vegetation analysis and mathematical modeling of a tracer test on the Santa Clara River, Ventura County, California," Water-Resources Investigations, Report19 pages.
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Risley, J.C. Relations of Tualatin River Water Temperatures to Natural and Human caused Factors. U.S. Geological Survey Water‐Resourves Investigation Report 97‐ Risley, J.C.
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