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PCFFA vs Bureau of Reclamation

PCFFA vs Bureau of Reclamation decision by 9th Circuit Court Ruling October 18, 2005.
HERE for court decision.
HERE for KWUA response 10/20/05
 8 PEER-REVIEWED REASONS OF SALMON DECLINE by USFWS
October 20, 2005 A few things seem to have been conveniently ignored regarding the Klamath Project in the 9th Circuit Court Ruling:
*Link River often dried up before the Project was built.
*After the Project was built to store water for irrigation, those releases raise the lake level and river flow.
*Some facts about the
author of the 'science' leading to the biological opinions controlling management of the Klamath Project, Dr. Thomas B. Hardy

HERE for Fish die-off page.

July 18, 1918  Link River Dry before the Klamath Project was built. The Project raised water levels in the lake and river
HERE for larger photo

Klamath Irrigators slammed by court with science bought and paid for,  57 per cent of farmer's water isn't enough; Klamath farmers are devastated by appeals court ruling, Klamath Courier posted to KBC 10/29/05

Appeals Court Tosses Plan to Settle Oregon Water Dispute, Fox News 11/6/05
Klamath Project back in the crosshairs, H&N 10/21/05
Environmentalists claim victory in Klamath River water ruling, San Francisco, Siskiyou Daily News 10/21/05
Court tosses Bush plan for Klamath water, Oregonian 10/19/05
Water Plan for Klamath Is Rejected, LA Times 10/19/05

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