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Klamath Network Water Quality Report (Phase II)

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Executive Summary

Introduction

Section 1: Overview of Klamath Network Aquatic Resources

Section 2: Locations of Active Monitoring Stations in the Klamath Network Region

Section 3: Past Inventory, Monitoring and Research Activities

Crater Lake National Park

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Lava Beds National Monument

Oregon Caves National Monument

Redwood National and State Parks

Whiskeytown National Recreation Area

Section 4: Water Quality Monitoring and Research Programs of Allied Agencies

Section 5: Scoping, Ident., Prioritization of Vital Signs for Aquatic Resource Monitoring

A. Purpose, Need, and Approach

B. Vital Signs Scoping

C. Park-level Vital Signs Tables

D. Network-level Vital Signs Assessment

References Cited

Attachment I: Bibliography of Aquatic Resources Inventory, Monitoring and Research Study Reports and Publications

Attachment II: Aquatic Resources and Water Quality Questionnaire

Attachment III: General Conceptual Models of Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems

 

 

 

 

 

 

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