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Columbia Basin Compact Issues Review

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Identifier ORU_WTXT_037,4152
Title Columbia Basin Compact Issues Review
Description 73 p. A report submitted to the Pacific Northwest Regional Commission detailing issues of importance to interstate water compact negotiations. Addressed are subjects identified as being related to interstate water resource policies in the Pacific Northwest, including allocation of water between states, states' responsibilities in water resource management, diversion of water out of the Columbia River Basin, management of anadromous fish populations, instream flow requirements, and reclamation... 73 p.
Relation Doerksen, Harvey R. Columbia Basin Compact Issues Review. 1975. University of Oregon Libraries Print Version Available
Subject Conservation of natural resources; Reservoirs; Rivers; Lakes & ponds; Fish; Water power; Water use; Water resources development -- Law and legislation; Natural areas; Conservation of natural resources; Watershed management; Watershed management -- Law and legislation; Water resources development; Columbia Basin Project Pacific Northwest; Boise, Idaho; Lewiston, Idaho; Twin Falls, Idaho; Helena, Montana; Butte, Montana; Billings, Montana; Salem, Oregon; Corvallis, Oregon; Vale, Oregon; Portland, Oregon; Astoria, Oregon; Seattle, Washington; Spokane, Washington; Olympia, Washington; Walla Walla, Washington; Vancouver, Washington; Salt Lake City, Utah; Cheyenne, Wyoming; Carson City, Nevada; Government Document;
Creator Doerksen, Harvey R.; Wakefield, Greg
Contributor Pacific Northwest Regional Commission
Date 1975-03
Publisher University of Oregon Libraries
Rights This item is in the public domain. Acknowledgement of the University of Oregon Libraries as a source is requested.
Language English
Type Text;

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