Klamath Basin Water Crisis
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NRC final report
Go HERE for entire final NAS report.
ARTICLES regarding NRC final report
Klamath report spreads the pain of habitat repair, Redding Record Searchlight, 10/25/03
Editorial: Klamath conundrum, Science points to a political solution, SacBee 10/27/03. "The Klamath River basin, site of one of the West's most intractable water problems, recently got a new and important dose of science that should make alfalfa farmers, salmon fishermen and federal agencies equally uncomfortable."
Report targets dams, H&N 10/26/03
Klamath report calls for broader approach to saving fish. 10/21/03 U C Davis
California: Report on Fish Kill, NY Times, Oct 22, 2003.According to the NRC report "neither the flows nor temperatures that occurred during the fish kill were unprecedented, and the committee agreed that neither flow nor temperature conditions alone can explain the fish kill." So KBC would say that NYT twisted this a bit, or rather, left out a little.
following 2 USFWS coincidently-well-timed-leaked
articles are 9-month-old drafts: Why aren't we
Restoration focus needs to be habitat, 10/22/03 Siskiyou Daily News.
PRESS RELEASE: Smith Calls on Klamath Task Force to Move Quickly on National Academies’ Recommendations, 10/22/03 “I believe this report provides us with an opportunity to move forward with actions that will actually recover salmon and suckers, without decimating the local economy,” wrote Smith.
Klamath Basin overhaul
is urged in report, Sacbee 10/22/03
Congressman Walden: "NRC Report Confirms 2001
Klamath Water Shut-off Was Not Scientifically Justified; Outlines
Roadmap for Recovery of Sucker Fish & Coho Salmon, Klamath Basin
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