Studies and Reports


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WKRP Somes Bar Integrated Fire Management Project - Cultural Resources Specialist Report

Discussion of Landscape Considerations and Traditional Storeies underlying the Archaeological - Clutural Resources Survey work for the Western Klamath Restoration Partnership.

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Evolutionary Basis of Pre-mature Migration in Salmonids New Information Leads to Petition to List Upper Klamath-Trinity spring Chinook as Endangered - Click here to download report
Effects of Dwinnell Dam Effects of Dwinnell Dam on Shasta River Salmon and Considerations for Prioritizing Recovery Actions - Click here to download
Effects Klamath Basin Good Systems Assessment - Karuk Tribe Data A survey report about access to food for Tribal people in the Klamath Basin - Click here to download
McBain Associates Lake Shastina Bybass Feasibility Report Click here to download the Feasibility Report
Effects of Dwinnel Dam on Shasta River Salmon and
Considerations for Prioritizing Recovery Actions

This document provides the Karuk Tribal Council an assessment of the effects of Dwinnell Dam on the salmon resources of the Shasta River and gives my perspectives for prioritizing possible recovery actions in the subbasin, including dam removal.

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Groundwater Conditions in Scott Valley, California

This report describes groundwater conditions in the Scott Valley ... and the development of a groundwater model
representing the alluvial aquifer that can be used to investigate groundwater/surface-water interactions. The goal of this work is to improve understanding of the relationship between land and water use on flow conditions in the Scott River.

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Summary of Report on Groundwater Conditions in Scott Valley

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Click here to download Scott Valley Pumping AnalysisTech Memo

Removal of Dwinnell Dam and
Alternatives Draft Concepts Report

Passage of salmon and steelhead to the upper Shasta River was blocked by the construction of Dwinnell Dam in 1928. Approximately 22 percent of the salmon and steelhead spawning and rearing habitat of the Shasta River was lost with the construction of the dam and reservoir ... Passage to the upper river could be restored by installing a fish ladder on the dam, trapping and hauling fish around the reservoir, dam removal, or providing a bypass route around the reservoir. These four alternatives are evaluated in this report.

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