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Bibliography of Science Studies

This is a bibliography that contains information about documents and scientific studies that may be used in the Secretarial Determination Process. This list will be updated continually and is not a complete listing.  Where available, links to these studies and documents will be provided.

  • Administrative Law Judge (2006). Decision, In the Matter of the Klamath Hydroelectric Project (License Applicant PacifiCorp), Docket Number 2006-NMFS-0001, FERC Project Number 2082, dated September 27, 2006. Alameda, California, U.S. Coast Guard: 94 p.
  • Bartholow, J. M., S. G. Campbell and M. Flug (2005). "Predicting the thermal effects of dam removal on the Klamath River." Environmental Management 34(6): 856-874.
  • Dunsmoor and Huntington (2006). Suitability of Environmental Conditions within Upper Klamath Lake and the Migratory Corridor Downstream for Use by Anadromous Salmonids Technical Memorandum for the Klamath Tribes: 80.
  • Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (2007). Final Environmental Impact Statement for Hydropower License, Klamath Hydroelectric Project, FERC Project No. 2082-027, FERC/EIS-0201F. Washington, DC, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Office of Energy Projects, Division of Hydropower Licensing.
  • Hamilton, J. B., et al. (2005). "Distribution of anadromous fishes in the upper Klamath River watershed prior to hydropower dams - a synthesis of the historical evidence." Fisheries 30(4): 10-20 p.
  • Hetrick, N. J., et al. (2009). Compilation of Information to inform USFWS Principals on technical aspects of the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement relating to fish and fish habitat conditions. Arcata Fisheries Technical Report TR 2009-11, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office: 191 p.
  • Huntington, C. W. (2006). Estimates of Anadromous fish runs above the site of Iron Gate Dam. Canby, OR, Clearwater BioStudies, Inc.: 7 p.
  • Maule, A. G., et al. (2009). "Physiological development and vulnerability to Ceratomyxa shasta of fall-run Chinook salmon in the Upper Klamath River watershed " North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29: 1743-1756.
  • National Research Council (2003). Endangered and Threatened Fishes in the Klamath River Basin - Causes of Decline and Strategies for Recovery (Prepublication Copy). Washington, DC, Committee on Endangered and Threatened Fishes in the Klamath River Basin: 334 p.
  • National Marine Fisheries Service (2007). National Marine Fisheries Service Modified Prescriptions for Fishways and Alternatives Analysis for the Klamath Hydroelectric Project (FERC Project No. 2082): 151 p.
  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (2006). Effects of Impoundments and Hydroelectric Facilities on the Life History of Redband Trout in the Upper Klamath River: A Summary and Synthesis of Past and Recent Studies. Salem, OR, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife: 24 p.
  • Poff, N. L., et al. (1997). "The Natural Flow Regime - A Paradigm for River Conservation and Restoration." BioScience 47(11): 769-784.
  • Stillwater Sciences (2009). Effects of sediment release release following dam removal on the aquatic biota of the Klamath River. Arcata, CA, Prepared for the California State Coastal Conservancy, oakland CA 91p.+ figures.
  • U.S. Department of the Interior (2007). The Department of the Interior's Filing of Modified Terms, Conditions, and Prescriptions (Klamath Hydroelectric Project, No. 2082). Sacramento, California: 650 p.
  • USDI Fish and Wildlife Service (2003a). Klamath River Fish Die-off September 2002 - Report on Estimate of Mortality, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service: 28 p.
  • USDI Fish and Wildlife Service (2003b). Klamath River Fish Die-off - September 2002 - Causative Factors of Mortality. Arcata, California, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service: 115
  • USDI Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force (1991). Long Range Plan for the Klamath River Basin Conservation Area Fishery Restoration Program, Prepared with the assistance of William M. Kier Associates, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Yreka, CA.
  • Williams, T. H., et al. (2006). Historical Population Structure of Coho Salmon in the Southern Oregon/Northern California Coasta Evolutionary Significant Unit, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS, NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-390, June 2006: 85 p.
  • Williams, T. H., et al. (2008). Framework for assessing viability of threatened coho salmon in the Southern Oregon/Northern California Coast Evolutionarily Significant Unit. NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-432 NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS: 113.
  • Eilers, J.M. and C. P. Gubala 2003. Bathymetry and Sediment Classification of the Klamath Hydropower Project Impoundments. Prepared for PacifiCorp By JC Headwaters, Inc.
  • PanGeo, Inc. (2008). Geotechnical Report Klamath River Dam Removal Project California and Oregon, Prepared for Philip William and Associates Ltd. And California State Coastal Conservancy, Project No. 07-153.
  • Phillip Williams and Associates, Ltd (2009). “A River Once More: Restoring the Klamath River Following Removal of the Iron Gate, Copco, and J. C. Boyle Dams,” California State Coastal Conservancy and California Department of Fish and Game.
  • Shannon and Wilson (2006a). “Sediment Sampling, Geotechnical Testing and Data Review Report,” Submitted to California State Coastal Conservancy. Appendix D of GEC (2006), Klamath River - Dam and Sediment Investigation.
  • Shannon and Wilson (2006b). “Upland Contaminant Source Study,” Submitted to California State Coastal Conservancy. Appendix A of GEC (2006), Klamath River - Dam and Sediment Investigation.
  • Stillwater Sciences (2008) Klamath River dam removal study: sediment transport DREAM-1 simulation. Technical Report, Prepared for California Coastal Conservancy, 1330 Broadway, 13th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612, 73 pages, October.
  • Stillwater Sciences (2009a). Dam Removal and Klamath River Water Quality: A Synthesis of the Current Conceptual Understanding and an Assessment of Data Gaps. Technical report. Prepared for State Coastal Conservancy, 1330 Broadway, 13th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612, 86 pages, January.
  • Stillwater Sciences (2009b). Effects of sediment release following dam removal on the aquatic biota of the Klamath River. Technical report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California. January. 185 pp.
  • Stillwater Sciences (2010). Anticipated sediment release from Klamath River dam removal within the context of basin sediment delivery. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California