USGS: Science for a Changing World
 
 

A Selected Bibliography of Water-Related Research in the Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon, through 1994

By Dorie L. Brownell and Mia R. Rinallo

 

U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Open-File Report 95-285


Prepared in cooperation with the
Bureau of Reclamation
 
 
 
 
 
 

Portland, Oregon
1995



CONTENTS

Abstract

Introduction

Part 1: Bibliographic listing by author

Part 2: Bibliographic listing by Subject

Chemistry
Ecology
Geology
Hydrology
Land Use
Water Management Related Reports

 

FIGURE

1. Upper Klamath Lake Basin and vicinity



ABSTRACT       TOP

A bibliography containing 165 selected references was compiled to assist local, State, and Federal agencies that have ongoing water-related research interests in the Upper Klamath Basin. The report has two parts. Part 1 is a list of bibliographic citations alphabetized by author, and Part 2 is a subject index that references bibliographic entries. Categories of the subject index include chemistry, ecology, geology, hydrology, land use, and water management related reports. Maps, reports, proposals, theses, dissertations, and journal articles are referenced. Some of the environmental issues addressed by references in the bibliography are hypereutrophication, nuisance algal blooms, endangered fish species, water allocation questions, wetland and riparian habitat restoration, and pesticide and fertilizer utilization.
 

INTRODUCTION      TOP

The Upper Klamath Basin encompasses an area of approximately 3,800 square miles and includes Upper Klamath Lake, Agency Lake, and the Williamson, Sprague, and Wood River Basins (fig. 1). Over the last century, the Upper Klamath Basin has been a focal point of many major environmental issues, such as eutrophication in Upper Klamath Lake, nuisance algal blooms, the distribution of water supplies, the regulation of lake levels, endangered fish species, wetland and riparian habitat restoration, and the effects of applying pesticides and fertilizers.

Figure 1. Upper Klamath Lake Basin and vicinity.
 
 

In an attempt to address environmental concerns and to develop sound management strategies, State, and Federal agencies, in cooperation with the private sector, have combined their resources to study different aspects of the lake and its surrounding basin. Participating agencies and institutions include the following: Klamath Tribe, Bureau of Reclamation (Klamath Falls, Oregon, and Denver, Colorado), Oregon State University (Corvallis, Oregon), Humbolt State University (Humbolt, California), U.S Geological Survey (Portland, Oregon, and Sacramento, California), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and individual graduate studies. Studies by these agencies and institutions have resulted in a multitude of research papers, reports, journal articles, theses, dissertations, and project proposals.

The purpose of this report is to present a bibliography of selected references that have a particular relevance to water-related aspects of the Upper Klamath Basin. The bibliography is not intended to be a complete list of references, but it contains published reports considered important to understanding the water resources of the basin.

The bibliography contains 165 selected references compiled from local, State, and Federal agencies; consulting firms; and university libraries. The bibliography has two parts: Part 1 is a list of bibliographic citations alphabetized by author, and Part 2 is a subject index that references bibliographic entries. Categories of the subject index are chemistry, ecology, geology, hydrology, land use, and water management related reports. Author and subject lists are cross referenced by number.
 

PART 1: BIBLIOGRAPHIC LISTING BY AUTHOR      TOP

   1. Adam, D.P, Rieck, H.J., McGann, M., Schiller, K., Sarna-Wojcicki, A.M., and Trimble, D.A., 1994, Lithologic description of sediment cores from Wocus Marsh, Klamath County, Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 94-189, 65 p.

    2. Akins, G.J., 1970, The effects of land use and land management on the wetlands of the Upper Klamath Basin: Ellensburg, Western Washington State College, M.S. thesis, 122 p.

    3. Anderson, J.R., Hardy, E.E., Roach, J.T., and Witner, R.E., 1976, A land use and land cover classification system for use with remote sensor data: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 964, 28 p.

    4. Andreasen, J.K., 1975, Systematics and status of the family Catostomidae in southern Oregon: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Ph.D. dissertation, 76 p.

    5. Andreasen, J.K., 1975, Occurrence of the fathead minnow, Pimephales promelas, in Oregon: California Fish and Game, v. 61, p. 155-156.

    6. Arvanitidis, N.V., Betchart, W.B., and Davenport, S.A., 1979, Reconnaissance report--Klamath Basin, Oregon survey study: San Francisco, California, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, 176 p.

    7. Barbiero, R.P., and Kann, J., 1994, The importance of benthic recruitment to the population development of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae and internal loading in a shallow lake: Journal of Plankton Research, v. 16, no. 11, p. 1581-1588.

    8. Bellerud, B., and Saiki, M.K., 1995, Tolerance of larval and juvenile Lost River and shortnose suckers to high pH, ammonia concentration, and temperature, and to low dissolved oxygen concentration: Dixon, California, National Biological Service, California Pacific Science Center, 103 p.

    9. Benson, S.M., 1984, Data from pumping and injection tests and chemical sampling in the geothermal aquifer at Klamath Falls, Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 84 -146, 101 p.

  10. Bienz, C.S., and Ziller, J.S., 1987, Status of three lacustrine sucker species (Catostomidae): Sacramento, California, report by the Klamath Tribe, Klamath Falls, Oregon and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, 39 p.

  11. Boellstorff, D.E., Ohlendorf, H.M., Anderson, D.W., O'Neill, E.J., and Keith, J.O., 1985, Organochlorine chemical residues in white pelicans and western grebes from the Klamath Basin, California: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, v. 14, no. 4, p. 485-493.

  12. Bond, C.E., 1989, Report on identification of juvenile suckers (Catostomidae) from Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon: Klamath Falls, Oregon, Bureau of Reclamation, Report Order   9-PG-25-00370, [unknown pagination].

 13. Bond, C.E., Hazel, C.R., and Vincent, D., 1968, Relations of nuisance algae to fishes in Upper Klamath Lake, Terminal progress report to U.S. Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Research Grant No. WP00625: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, 119 p.

  14. Bonnel, D.E., and Mote, D.C., 1942, Biology of the Klamath midge ( Chironomous utahensis ): Entomological Society of British Columbia, Proceedings, 1942, v. 39, p. 3-7.

  15. Bortleson, G.C., and Fretwell, M.O., 1993, A review of possible causes of nutrient enrichment and decline of endangered sucker populations in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 93-4087, 24 p.

  16. Boyle, J.C., 1976, 50 years on the Klamath: Medford, Oregon, Klocker Printery, 59 p.

  17. Buettner, M., and Scoppettone, G.G., 1990, Life history and status of catostomids in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon: Seattle, Washington, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Fisheries Research Center, contract completion report, 108 p.

  18. Buettner, M., and Scoppetone, G. G., 1991, Distribution and Information on the taxonomic status of the shortnose sucker ( Chasmistes brevirostris ) and Lost River sucker ( Deltistes luxatus ) in the Klamath Basin, California: [Sacramento], California, California Department of Fish and Game, Contract FG-8304, completion report, 101 p.

  19. Bureau of Land Management, 1990, Final eligibility and suitability report for the Upper Klamath Wild and Scenic River Study: Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

  20. Bureau of Land Management, 1994, Upper Klamath Basin draft resource management plan/environmental impact statement: Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination]. [Available from Bureau of Land Management, Klamath Falls Resource Area, 2795 Anderson Ave., Building 25, Klamath Falls, Oregon 97603.]

  21. Bureau of Reclamation, 1906-1982, Klamath project history--Annual reports: Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

  22. Bureau of Reclamation, 1949, Preliminary feasibility report Hanks Marsh Unit, Appendix A--Land classification: Klamath Falls, Oregon, 22 p.

  23. Bureau of Reclamation, 1954, Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon-California--A comprehensive departmental report on the development of water and related resources: Sacramento, California, [unknown pagination].

  24. Bureau of Reclamation, 1969, Upper Klamath River Basin, Oregon-California--An href interim report on certain possibilities for future development: Sacramento, California, 75 p.

  25. Bureau of Reclamation, 1971, Upper Klamath River Basin, California-Oregon, reconnaissance report: Sacramento, California, [unknown pagination].

  26. Bureau of Reclamation, 1981, Oregon water supply outlook report--Klamath Basin, Klamath watersheds-area 10, 1981: Portland, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

  27. Bureau of Reclamation, 1987, Upper Klamath offstream storage study, Klamath Project Oregon: Klamath Falls, Oregon, 9 p.

  28. Bureau of Reclamation, 1989, Klamath Project fish survey: Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

  29. Bureau of Reclamation, 1992, Biological assessment on long-term project operations, February 28, 1992: Klamath Falls, Oregon,   [unknown pagination].

  30. Bureau of Reclamation, 1993, Upper Klamath River Basin--A summary of Bureau of Reclamation reports on the potential for surface water and groundwater development   1954-1983: Klamath Falls, Oregon, 27 p.

  31. Burnison, B.K., 1971, Amino acid flux in a naturally eutrophic lake: Ann Arbor, Michigan, University Microfilms, Inc., Order No. 71-27, 850, Ph.D. dissertation, 89 p.

  32. Burnison, B.K., and Morita, R.Y., 1973, Competitive inhibition for amino acid uptake by the indigenous microflora of Upper Klamath Lake: Applied Microbiology, v. 25, p. 103-106.

  33. Burnison, B.K., Kent, B., and Morita, R.Y., 1974, Heterotrophic potential for amino acid uptake in a naturally eutrophic lake: Applied Microbiology, v. 27, p. 488-495.

  34. Bush, R.M., and Welch, E.B., 1972, Plankton associations and related factors in a hypereutrophic lake: Springfield, Virginia, National Technical Information Service, PB-204 230, 34 p.

  35. Cahoon, J.S., 1958, Soils of the Klamath Reservation--Interim report: U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs and Soil Conservation Service, [unknown pagination].

  36. Cahoon, J.S., and Simonson, G.H., 1969, Oregon's long range requirements for water--General soil map report with irrigable areas, Klamath drainage basin: Oregon State Water Resources Board, Appendix I-14, 78 p.

  37. Cahoon, J.S., 1985, Soil survey of Klamath County, Oregon, southern part: U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service in cooperation with Oregon Agriculture Experiment Station, 269 p., 106 soil map sheets.

  38. California State Water Resources Board, 1954, Interim report on Klamath River Basin investigation--Water utilization and requirements: Sacramento, California, State Department of Public Works, Division of Water Resources, 117 p., 16 plates.

  39. California Water Resources Control Board, 1975, Water quality control plan for Klamath River Basin 1-A [abs]: California Regional Water Quality Control Board, North Coast Region, [unknown pagination].

  40. Campbell, S.G., ed., 1993, Environmental research in the Klamath Basin, Oregon--1991 annual report: Denver, Colorado, Bureau of Reclamation, Research and Laboratory Services Division, Report no. R-93-13, 212 p.

  41. Campbell, S.G., ed., 1993, Environmental research in the Klamath Basin, Oregon--1992 annual report: Denver, Colorado, Bureau of Reclamation, Research and Laboratory Services Division, Report no. R-93-16, 341 p.

  42. Campbell, S.G., and Ehinger, W.J., 1993, Wood River hydrology and water quality study in Campbell, S.G., ed., Environmental research in the Klamath Basin, Oregon--1991 annual report: Denver, Colorado, Bureau of Reclamation Report no. R-93-13, p. 7-79.

  43. Castleberry, D.T., and Cech Jr., J.J., 1993, Critical thermal maxima and oxygen minima of five fishes from the Upper Klamath Basin: California Fish and Game v. 78, no. 4, p. 145-152.

  44. CH2M Hill, 1980, Off-stream storage above Upper Klamath Lake--An overview study for Klamath County: Portland, Oregon, Project No. PDX13504.Ao, 16 p.

  45. Chan, M.A., and Dott Jr., R.H., Shelf and deep-sea sedimentation in Eocence Forearc Basin, Western Oregon-Fan or non-fan?: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 67, no. 11, 116 p.

  46. Coats, R.N., and Miller, T.O., 1981, Cumulative silvicultural impacts on watersheds--A hydrologic and regulatory dilemma: Environmental Management, v. 5, no. 2, p. 147-160.

  47. Coleman, M.E., McGie, A.M., Bottom, D.L., 1987, Evaluate causes for the decline of Lost River suckers in Klamath Lake, Oregon: Portland, Oregon, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 13 p.

  48. Coleman, M.E., Kann, J., and Scoppettone, G.G., 1988, Life history and ecological investigations of catostomids of the Upper Klamath Lake Basin, Oregon--Draft annual report to the U.S. Department of the Interior: Seattle, Washington, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Fisheries Research Center, 113 p.

  49. Cope, E.D., 1879, The fishes of Klamath Lake, Oregon: American Naturalist, v. 13, p. 784-85.

  50. Davis, G.E., and Larson, G.L., 1976, Sediment characteristics and the trophic status of four Oregon lakes: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Water Resources Research Institute, WRRI-46, 56 p.

  51. Dicken, E.F., and Dicken, S.N., 1985, The legacy of ancient Lake Modoc--A historical geography of the Klamath Lakes Basin: Eugene, University of Oregon, 166 p.

  52. Draeger, W.C., 1976, Monitoring irrigated land acreage in the Klamath River Basin of Oregon using Landsat imagery: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 76-630, p. 64-70.

  53. Dunsmoor, L., 1993, Laboratory studies of fathead minnow predation on catostomid larvae: Chiloquin, Oregon, Klamath Tribe, Natural Resources Department, Research Report KT-93-01, 16 p.

  54. Ehinger, W.J., 1992, Experimental studies of the effects of nutrients and Daphnia grazing on phytoplankton biomass and growth in a hypertrophic lake (Agency Lake, Oregon): Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina, Ph.D. dissertation, [unknown pagination].

  55. Entranco Engineers, 1982, In-lake test enclosures and facilities, Upper Klamath Lake restoration study: Bellevue, Washington, Klamath River Basin Water Resources Development Project, contract no. DACW07-81-C-0045, [unknown pagination]. [Available from Entranco Engineers, 10900 SE 8th Street, Suite 300, Bellevue, Washington 98004.]

  56. Entranco Engineers, 1982, Potential eutrophication control measures for Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon--Water resources development project: Bellevue, Washington, 193 p. [Available from Entranco Engineers, 10900 SE 8th Street, Suite 300, Bellevue, Washington 98004.]

  57. Falter, M.A., and Cech Jr., J.J., 1991, Maximum pH tolerance for three Klamath Basin fishes: Copeia, v. 4, p. 1109-1111.

  58. Fortune, J.D., Gerlach, A.R., and Hanel, C.J., 1966, A study to determine the feasibility of establishing salmon and steelhead in the Upper Klamath Basin: Portland, Oregon State Game Commission and Pacific Power and Light Company, 122 p.

  59. Gahler, A.R., 1969, Field studies on sediment-water algal nutrient interchange processes and water quality of Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, July 1967- March 1969: Corvallis, Oregon, U.S. Department of the Interior, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory, Paper no. 66, 33 p.

  60. Gahler, A.R., 1969, Sediment-water nutrient interchange: Proceedings of the Eutrophication-Biostimulation Assessment Workshop, June 19-21, 1969: Berkeley, University of California, Sanitary Engineering Research Lab, p. 243-257.

  61. Gahler, A.R., and Sanville, W.D., 1971, Lake sediments: Characterization of lake sediments and evaluation of sediment-water nutrient interchange mechanisms in the Upper Klamath Lake system: Corvallis, Oregon, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory, Water Quality Office, 40 p.

  62. Geonomics, Inc., 1978, Geothermal environmental impact assessment--Baseline data for four geothermal areas in the United States: Berkeley, California, Interagency Energy-Environment Research and Development Report No. EPA-600/7-78-188, 358 p. [Available from the National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia, 22161 as NTIS Report PB-295 609.]

  63. Gilbert, C.H., 1898, The fishes of the Klamath Basin: Bulletin of the U.S. Fish Commission, 17 (1897), p. 1-13.

  64. Gilbert, G.K., 1928, Studies of basin-range structure: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 153, 92 p.

  65. Gillespie, A., and Morita, Y., 1972, Vitamin B12 production and depletion in a naturally occurring eutrophic lake: Applied Microbiology, v. 23, no. 2, p. 341-348.

  66. Golden, M.P., 1969, The Lost River sucker Catostomus luxatus (Cope): Corvallis, Oregon State Game Commission, Central Region Administrative Report no. 1-69, 11 p. [Available from Oregon State Department of Fish and Wildlife, 850 SW 15th, Corvallis, Oregon 97333].

  67. Halstead, B.W., 1970, Pharmacological testing of blue-green algae for constituents having therapeutic value: Colton, California, World Life Research Institute, Report to Water Quality Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Project No. 16010 DOU, Contract no. 14-12-535, 17 p.

  68. Harris, P.M., 1991, Biochemistry and morphology of Upper Klamath Lake suckers--Final report: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, report to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, 14 p.

  69. Harris, P.M., and Markle, D.F., 1991, Quantitative estimates of fish transported from Upper Klamath Lake through the A-Canal, Klamath Project--Final report: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, report to Bureau of Reclamation, [unknown pagination].

  70. Harrison, M.J., 1970, Bacteria-phosphate interactions in Upper Klamath Lake sediments: Corvallis, Oregon State University, M.S. thesis, 68 p.

  71. Harrison, M.J., Pacha, R.E., and Morita, R.Y., 1972, Solubilization of inorganic phosphate by bacteria isolated from Upper Klamath Lake sediment: Limnology and Oceanography, v.17, no. 1, p. 50-57.

  72. Harrison, M.J., Wright, R.T., and Morita, R.Y., 1971, Method for measuring mineralization in lake sediments: Applied Microbiology, v. 21, no. 4, p. 698-702.

  73. Hathaway, R.L., Todd, R.M., and Bienz, C.S., 1993, Wood River subbasin as related to land use practices associated with forest and livestock grazing: Klamath Falls, Oregon State University Agricultural Extension Service, Water Resources Research Institute, [unknown pagination].

  74. Hazel, C.R., 1969, Limnology of Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, with emphasis on benthos: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Ph.D. dissertation, 184 p.

  75. Hubbard, L.L., 1970, Water budget of Upper Klamath Lake, southwestern Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-351, scale 1:250,000.

  76. Illian, J. R., 1970, Interim report on the ground water in the Klamath Basin, Oregon: Klamath Falls, Oregon, Klamath Consulting Service, 110 p., [Available from Klamath Consulting Service, 5127 Highway 39, Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601.]

  77. Johnson, D.M., Peterson, R.R., Lycan, D.R., Sweet, J.W., and Neuhaus, M.E., 1985, Atlas of Oregon lakes: Corvallis, Oregon State University Press, 317 p.

  78. Kann, J., 1988, Chapter 2--Lake and river limnology , in Coleman, M.E., Kann, J., and Scoppettone, G.G., Life history and ecological investigations of catostomids from the Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon: Reno, Nevada, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Fisheries Research Center, Annual Report, p. 51-113.

  79. Kann, J., 1993, Agency Lake limnology, 1990-91, in Campbell, C., ed., Environmental research in the Klamath Basin, Oregon--1991 Annual Report: Bureau of Reclamation Technical Report R-93-13., p. 103-187.

  80. Kann, J., 1993, Agency Lake limnology, 1992, in Campbell, C., ed., Environmental research in the Klamath Basin, Oregon--1992 annual report: Bureau of Reclamation Technical Report R-93-16, p. 91-137.

  81. Kann, J., and Smith, V.H., 1994, Chlorophyll as a predictor of elevated pH in a hypereutrophic lake--Estimating the probability of exceeding critical values for fish success: Chiloquin, Oregon, Klamath Tribe Research Report KT-93-02, 22 p.

  82. Keasler, K.M., and Loveland, W.D., 1982, Rare earth elemental concentrations in some Pacific Northwest rivers: Earth Planet Science Letter, v. 61, no. 1, 4 p.

  83. Kemmerer, G.B., Bovard, J.F., and Boorman, W.R., 1924, Northwestern lakes of the United States, biological and chemical studies with reference to possibilities in production of fish: Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, v. 39, no. 944, p. 75-137.

  84. Klamath Basin Water Users Protective Association, 1993, Initial ecosystem restoration plan for the Upper Klamath River Basin with focus on endangered species recovery and water management improvements: Klamath Falls, Oregon, 83 p.

  85. Klamath Consulting Service, Inc., 1983, The Upper Klamath Lake, EPA-314 Clean Lakes Program 1981 to 1983--Phase 1, diagnostic and feasibility study: Klamath Falls, Oregon, 145 p. plus appendices.

  86. Klamath River Basin Compact Commission, 1962, Investigation into methods to control algae in the Klamath River Basin: Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

  87. Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force, 1991, Long range plan for the Klamath River Basin Conservation Area Fishery Restoration Program: Klamath Falls, Oregon, prepared by Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force with assistance from William M. Kier Associates, 295 p. [Available from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, P.O. Box 1006, Yreka, California, 96097.]

  88. Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force, 1992, Upper Klamath Basin amendment to the Long Range Plan for the Klamath River Basin Conservation Area Fishery Restoration Program: Klamath Falls, Oregon, prepared by the Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force with assistance from William M. Kier Associates, [variously paged]. [Available from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, P.O. Box 1006, Yreka, California 96097.]

  89. Klamath Tribe, 1991, Effects of water management in Upper Klamath Lake on habitats important to endangered catostomids: Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination]. [Available from the Klamath Tribe, Natural resources department, P.O. Box 436, Chiloquin, Oregon 97624.]

  90. Klamath Tribe, 1991, Laboratory and field quality assurance/quality control plans: Chiloquin, Oregon, Klamath Tribe Resource Department, 7 p. [Available from the Klamath Tribe, P.O. Box 436, Chiloquin, Oregon 97624.]

  91. Kreis, D., and Johnson, W., 1968, The response of macrobenthos to irrigation return water: Journal Water Pollution Control Federation, v. 40, no. 9, p. 1614-1621.

  92. Lawrence, C.D., 1954, Hydrology and water supply of the Upper Klamath River Basin: Klamath Falls, Oregon, Bureau of Reclamation, [unknown pagination].

  93. Leonard, A.R., and Harris, A.B., 1974, Ground water in selected areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon: Oregon State Engineer Ground Water Report No. 21, 104 p.

  94. Logan, D.J., and Markle, D.F., 1993, Literature review of fishes and fisheries of Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon: Denver, Colorado, report to the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, 39 p.

  95. Lynch, M., 1980, Aphanizomenon blooms--Alternate control and cultivation by Daphnia pulex , in Kerfoot, W.C., ed., Evolution and ecology of zooplankton communities special symposium, v. 3: American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, p. 299-304.

  96. Lytle, C.R. and Perdue, E.M., 1981, Free proteinaceous and humic-bound amino acids in river water containing high concentrations of aquatic humus: Environmental Science and Technology, v. 15, no. 2, p. 224-228.

  97. MacCoy, D.E., 1994, Physical, chemical, and biological data for detailed study of irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basin, California and Oregon, 1990-92: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 93-497, 168 p.

  98. Maloney, T.E., Miller, W.E., and Shiroyama, T., 1972, Algal responses to nutrient additions in natural waters: Laboratory essays, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Special Symposium, v. 1, p. 134-140.

  99. Markle, D.F., and Simon, D.C., 1993, Preliminary studies of systematics and juvenile ecology of Upper Klamath Lake suckers--Final report: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, 129 p.

100. Martin, E.A., and Rice, C.A., 1981, Pb-210 geochronology and trace metal concentrations of sediments from Upper Klamath Lake and Lake Euwana, Oregon: Northwest Science, v. 55, no. 4, p. 269-280.

101. Mason, W.T. Jr., and Yevich, P.P., 1967, The use of Phloxine B and rose bengal stains to facilitate sorting benthic samples: Transactions of the American Microscopial Society, v. 86, no. 2, p. 221-223.

102. Mason, W.T. Jr., Anderson, J.B., Kreis, D.R., and Johnson, W., 1967, Collecting macroinvertebrates in a polluted stream using rock filled samplers: Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, no. 28, 26 p.

103. Mason, W.T. Jr., Anderson, J.B., Kreis, D.R., and Johnson, W.C., 1970, Artificial substrate sampling, macroinvertebrates in a polluted reach of the Klamath River, Oregon: Journal Water Pollution Control Federation, v. 42, no. 8, p. R315-R328.

104. McHugh, R.A., 1972, An interim study of some physical, chemical, and biological properties of selected Oregon lakes: Portland, Oregon State Department of Environmental Quality, 233 p.

105. McHugh, R.A., 1979, Some highly eutrophic Oregon lakes with recommendations for the restoration of their water quality: Salem, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, 33 p.

106. Miller, W.E., and Tash, J.C., 1967, Interim report, Upper Klamath Lake studies, Oregon: Corvallis, Oregon, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Water Pollution Control Research Series, Paper WP-20-8, 37 p.

107. Monda, D., and Saiki, M.K., 1993, Tolerances of juvenile Lost River and shortnose suckers to high pH, ammonia concentration, temperature, and low dissolved oxygen concentration: Dixon, California, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-Field Research Station, 90 p.

108. Moyle, P.B., and Berg, W.J., 1991, Population genetics of endangered catostomid fishes of northern California: Davis, University of California, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, 35 p.

109. Newcomb, R.C., and Hart, D.H., 1958, Preliminary report on the ground water resources of the Klamath River Basin, Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report [unnumbered], 248 p.

110. Norman, Russell, Finger, Louise, Titus, Doug, and Gearheart, Robert, 1993, Review of wetland evapotranspiration literature, Bureau of Reclamation Contract no. 1-PG-30-12790: Arcata, California, Humbolt State University, Environmental Resources Engineering Department, 115 p.

111. Northcoast Regional Water Quality Control Board, 1988, Water quality control plan for the North Coast Region: Klamath Falls, Oregon, Bureau of Reclamation, 200 p.

112. Norvelle, M.E., Vierck, S.L., Ince, S., Dunn, A., 1981, Preliminary assessment of the hydrologic environment of Klamath Marsh, Oregon: Tucson, University of Arizona, Laboratory of Native Development Systems Analysis and Applied Technology (NADSAT) and the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources Administration, Project Completion Report no. 31, 71 p.

113. Oregon Klamath River Commission, 1954, Report of the Oregon Klamath River Commission on water resources and requirements of the Upper Klamath Basin: Salem, Oregon, 89 p.

114. Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, 1988, Water quality status assessment report: Portland, Oregon, 305b Report, [unknown pagination].

115. Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, 1990, Water quality status assessment report: Portland, Oregon, 305b Report, [unknown pagination]. Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, 1993, Water quality status assessment report: Portland, Oregon, 305b Report, [unknown pagination].

116. Oregon State Sanitary Authority, 1960, Interim report on water quality survey of Klamath Basin waters in Oregon, July 1959 to December 1960: Salem, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

117. Oregon State Sanitary Authority, 1961, Interim report on water quality survey of Klamath Basin waters in Oregon: Salem, Oregon, 28 p.

118. Oregon State Sanitary Authority, 1964, Final report on the quality of Klamath Basin waters in Oregon, July 1959 to December 1963: Salem, Oregon, 30 p.

119. Oregon State Sanitary Authority, 1966, Water quality standards, Klamath River: Salem, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

120. Oregon State Sanitary Authority and California Water Pollution Control Board, 1955, Investigations of pollution in the Klamath River System, Oregon-California: Salem, Oregon, U.S. Public Health Service report, [unknown pagination].

121. Oregon Water Resources Board, 1971, The Klamath Basin: Salem, Oregon Water Resources Board, 288 p.

122. Orvis, C.J., 1991, Bathymetric survey report, Clear Lake Reservoir conveyance channel, Klamath Project, Oregon: Klamath Falls, Oregon, Bureau of Reclamation, 7 p.

123. Pafford, R.J. Jr., 1971, History and future of the Klamath Reclamation Project: Klamath Falls, Oregon, Bureau of Reclamation, Region 2, [unknown pagination].

124. Peek, C.A., 1963, The humic water of Klamath Marsh and its effect on the growth of Anabaena Cylindrica Lemm. in culture: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Ph.D. dissertation, [unknown pagination].

125. Peek, C.A. and Phinney, H.K., 1962, Investigation into methods to control algae in the Klamath River Basin: Klamath Falls, Oregon, Klamath River Compact Commission, [unknown pagination].

126. Perdue, E.M., Lytle, C.R., Sweet, M.S., and Sweet, J.W., 1981, The chemical and biological impact of Klamath Marsh on the Williamson River, Oregon, Project A-047-ORE: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Water Resources Research Institute, WRRI-71, 199 p.

127. Phinney, R.C., Peek, C.A., and McLachlan, J.L., 1959, A survey of the phytoplankton problems in Klamath Lake: Corvallis, Oregon State University, Department of Botany, Report to supporting agencies, 52 p.

128. Phinney, H.K., and Peek, C.A., 1961, Klamath Lake--An instance of natural enrichment, in Transcript of 1960 seminar on Algae and Metropolitan Wastes: Cincinnati, Ohio, R.A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, p. 22-27.

129. Reiling, S.D., 1971, The estimation of regional secondary benefits resulting from an improvement in water quality of Upper Klamath Lake: Corvallis, Oregon, Oregon State University, M.S. thesis, [unknown pagination].

130. Reiling, S.D., Gibbs, K.C., and Stoevener, H.H., 1973, Economic benefits from an improvement in water quality: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Socioeconomic Environmental Studies, EPA Project 16110 FPZ, Report EPA-R5-73-008, [unknown pagination].

131. Roberts, T.S., Oct. 1968, Fish and wildlife resources of the Klamath River drainage: Portland, Oregon, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, [unknown pagination].

132. Sammel, E.A., 1976, Hydrologic reconnaissance of the geothermal area near Klamath Falls, Oregon, with a section on Preliminary interpretation of geophysical data: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 76-127, 137 p.

133. Sammel, E.A., 1980, Hydrogeologic appraisal of the Klamath Falls geothermal area, Oregon: Portland, Oregon, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1044-G, 45 p.

134. Sammel, E.A., 1984, Analysis and interpretation of data obtained in tests of the geothermal aquifer at Klamath Falls, Oregon: Portland, Oregon, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 84-4216, 151 p.

135. Sanville, W.D., Powers, C.F., and Gahler, A.R., 1974, Sediments and sediment-water nutrient interchange in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Ecological Research Series Report EPA-660/3-74-015, 45 p.

136. Scoppettone, G.G., 1988, Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, catostomid research: Reno, Nevada, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Report, 14 p.

137. Scoppettone, G.G., 1988, Growth and longevity of the cui-ui and longevity of other catostomids and cyprinids in western North America: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, v. 117, p. 301-307.

138. Scoppettone, G.G., and Vinyard, G., 1991, Life history and management of four endangered lacustrine suckers, in Minckley, W.L., and Deacon, J.E., Battle against extinction--Native fish management in the American West: Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, p. 359-377.

139. Shannon & Wilson, Inc., 1983, Independent geotechnical review--Upper Klamath offstream storage study, Klamath Falls, Oregon: Portland, Oregon, report to Pacific Power & Light Company and the Bureau of Reclamation, Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

140. Smith, W.D., and Greenup, W., 1939, Lakes of Oregon: Northwest Science, v. 13, no. 4, p.76-96.

141. Sorenson, S.K., and Schwarzbach, S.E., 1989, Department of Interior irrigation drainage program reconnaissance study of Klamath Basin refuge areas, California and Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 89-0409, 94 p.

142. Sorenson, S.K., and Schwarzbach, S.E., 1991, Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basins, California and Oregon, 1988-89: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4203, 64 p.

143. Stern, M.A., 1990, Strategies for improving fish passage for the Lost River and shortnose suckers at the Chiloquin Dam: Klamath Falls, Oregon, Bureau of Reclamation, 13 p.

144. Stubbs, K., and White, R., 1993, Lost River sucker (Deltistes luxatus ) and shortnose sucker ( Chasmistes brevirostris ) recovery plan: Portland, Oregon, Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region One, 108 p.

145. Sweet, M.S., and Perdue, E. M., 1982, Concentration and speciation of dissolved sugars in river water: Environmental Science and Technology, v. 16, no. 10, p. 692-698.

146. Tash, J.C., 1971, Some cladocera and copepods from the Upper Klamath River Basin: Northwest Science, v. 45, no. 4, p. 239-243.

147. Thompson, D.E., Lauman, J.E., and Fortune, J.D., Todd, R., 1989, Controlled grazing for riparian zone rehabilitation: Klamath Falls, Oregon State University Extension Office, 99 p.

148. U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, 1978, Klamath River Basin--Oregon, Reconnaissance report: San Francisco, California, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 175 p.

149. U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, 1982, Potential eutrophication control measures for Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon--Data evaluation and experimental design: San Francisco, California, 200 p.

150. U.S. Department of Agriculture and Oregon State Water Resources Board, 1970, Report on water and related land resources--Klamath drainage basin, Oregon: Portland, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

151. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1967, Interim report--Upper Klamath Lake Studies, Oregon: Portland, Oregon, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, [unknown pagination].

152. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1943, Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges, leaflet no. 238: Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

153. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1960, Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges: Klamath Falls, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

154. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1988, Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants--Determination of the endangered status for the shortnose sucker and Lost River sucker: Federal Register, v. 53, no. 137, p. 27130-27134.

155. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1988, Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants--Shortnose and Lost River suckers, Houghtons goldenrod and Pitchers thistle final rules: 50 CFR Part 17, [unknown pagination].

156. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989, North American Waterfowl Management Plan--Concept Plan for Waterfowl Habitat Protection, Klamath Basin, Category 28: Portland, Oregon, [unknown pagination].

157. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1992, Lost River ( Deltistes luxatus ) and shortnose ( Chasmistes brevirostris ) sucker recovery plan: Portland, Oregon, 47 p.

158. Van Winkle, W., 1914, Quality of the surface waters in Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply-Paper 363, 133 p.

159. Vincent, D.T., 1968, The influence of some environmental factors on the distribution of fish in Upper Klamath Lake: Corvallis, Oregon State University, M.S. thesis, 75 p.

160. Volk, S.L., Phinney, H.K., 1968, Mineral requirements for the growth of Anabaena spiroides in vitro: Canadian Journal of Botany, v. 46, p. 619-630.

161. Weber, C.I., and Raschke, R.L., 1970, Use of a floating periphyton sampler for water pollution surveillance: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Analytical Quality Control Laboratory, SWRA0408, 22 p.

162. Wildung, R.E., and Schmidt, R.L, 1973, Phosphorus release from lake sediments: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Ecological Research Series Report EPA-R3-73-024, 185 p.

163. Wildung, R.E., Schmidt, R.L., 1977, The phosphorus status of eutrophic lake sediments as related to changes in limnological conditions--phosphorus mineral components: Journal of Environmental Quality, v. 6, no. 1, p. 100-104.

164. Woods, P.C., and Orlob, G.T., 1963, The Lost River system--A water quality management investigation: Berkeley, University of California Sanitary Engineering Research Laboratory, [unknown pagination].

165. Ziller, J.S., 1991, Factors that limit survival and production of largemouth bass in Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, Oregon: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Fish Division, Information Report no. 91-6, [unknown pagination].
 

PART 2: BIBLIOGRAPHIC LISTING BY SUBJECT      TOP

(Numbered entiries are keyed to author list)
 

Chemistry     TOP

    7. The importance of benthic recruitment to the population development of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae and internal loading in a shallow lake

    9. Data from pumping and injection tests and chemical sampling in the geothermal aquifer at Klamath Falls, Oregon

  11. Organochlorine chemical residues in white pelicans and western grebes from the Klamath Basin, California

  13. Relations of nuisance algae to fishes in Upper Klamath Lake

  15. A review of possible causes of nutrient enrichment and decline of endangered sucker populations in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

  31. Amino acid flux in a naturally eutrophic lake

  32. Competitive inhibition for amino acid uptake by the indigenous microflora of Upper Klamath Lake

  33. Heterotrophic potential for amino acid uptake in a naturally eutrophic lake

  34. Plankton associations and related factors in a hypereutrophic lake

  45. Shelf and deep-sea sedimentation in Eocence Forearc Basin, Western Oregon- fan or non-fan?

  50. Sediment characteristics and the trophic status of four Oregon lakes, Oregon

  54. Experimental studies of the effects of nutrients and Daphnia grazing on phytoplankton biomass and growth in a hypertrophic lake    (Agency Lake, Oregon)

  57. Maximum pH tolerance for three Klamath Basin fishes

  59. Field studies on sediment-water algal nutrient interchange processes and water quality of Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, July 1967-March 1969

  60. Sediment-water nutrient interchange

  61. Lake sediments: Characterization of lake sediments and evaluation of sediment-water nutrient interchange mechanisms in the Upper Klamath Lake system

  65. Vitamin B12 production and depletion in a naturally occurring eutrophic lake

  67. Pharmacological testing of blue-green algae for constituents having therapeutic value

  68. Biochemistry and morphology of Upper Klamath Lake suckers

  70. Bacteria-phosphate interactions in Upper Klamath Lake sediments

  71. Solubilization of inorganic phosphate by bacteria isolated from Upper Klamath Lake sediment

  72. Method for measuring mineralization in lake sediments

  81. Chlorophyll as a predictor of elevated pH in a hypereutrophic lake--Estimating the probability of exceeding critical values for fish  success

  82. Rare earth elemental concentrations in some Pacific Northwest rivers

  83. Northwestern lakes of the United States, biological and chemical studies with reference to possibilities in production of fish

  96. Free proteinaceous and humic-bound amino acids in river water containing high concentrations of aquatic humus

  97. Physical, chemical, and biological data for detailed study of irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basin, California and Oregon, 1990-92

100. Pb-210 geochronology and trace metal concentrations of sediments from Upper Klamath Lake and Lake Euwana, Oregon

101. The use of Phloxine B and rose bengal stains to facilitate sorting benthic samples

104. An interim study of some physical, chemical, and biological properties of selected Oregon lakes

107. Tolerances of juvenile Lost River and shortnose suckers to high pH, ammonia concentration, temperature, and low dissolved oxygen concentration

126. The chemical and biological impact of Klamath Marsh on the Williamson River, Oregon

135. Sediments and sediment-water nutrient interchange in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

145. Concentration and speciation of dissolved sugars in river water

160. Mineral requirements for the growth of Anabaena spiroides in vitro

161. Use of a floating periphyton sampler for water pollution surveillance

162. Phosphorus release from lake sediments

163. The phosphorus status of eutrophic lake sediments as related to changes in limnological conditions--Phosphorus mineral components
 
 

Ecology      TOP

    2. The effects of land use and land management on the wetlands of the Upper Klamath Basin

    4. Systematics and status of the family Catostomidae in southern Oregon

    5. Occurrence of the fathead minnow, Pimephales promelas, in Oregon

    7. The importance of benthic recruitment to the population development of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae and internal loading in a shallow  lake

    8. Tolerance of larval and juvenile Lost River and shortnose suckers to high pH, ammonia concentration, and temperature, and to low dissolved oxygen concentration

   10. Status of three lacustrine sucker species (Catostomidae)

   11. Organochlorine chemical residues in white pelicans and western grebes from the Klamath Basin, California

   12. Report on Identification of juvenile suckers (Catostomidae) from Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

   13. Relations of nuisance algae to fishes in Upper Klamath Lake

   14. Biology of the Klamath midge ( Chironomous Utahensis )

   15. A review of possible causes of nutrient enrichment and decline of endangered sucker populations in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

   16. 50 years on the Klamath

   17. Life history and status of Catostomids in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

   18. Distribution and Information on the taxonomic status of the shortnose sucker ( Chasmistes brevirostris ) and Lost River sucker (   Deltistes luxatus ) in the Klamath Basin, California

   28. Klamath Project fish survey

   29. Biological assessment on long-term project operations, February 28, 1992

   32. Competitive inhibition for amino acid uptake by the indigenous microflora of Upper Klamath Lake

   33. Heterotrophic potential for amino acid uptake in a naturally eutrophic lake

   34. Plankton associations and related factors in a hypereutrophic lake

   43. Critical thermal maxima and oxygen minima of five fishes from the Upper Klamath Basin

   47. Evaluate causes for the decline of Lost River Suckers in Klamath Lake, Oregon

   48. Life history and ecological investigations of catostomids of the Upper Klamath Lake Basin, Oregon

   49. The fishes of Klamath Lake, Oregon

   50. Sediment characteristics and the trophic status of four Oregon lakes, Oregon

   53. Laboratory studies of fathead minnow predation on Catostomid Larvae

   54. Experimental studies of the effects of nutrients and Daphnia grazing on phytoplankton biomass and growth in a hypertrophic lake   (Agency Lake, Oregon)

   57. Maximum pH tolerance for three Klamath Basin fishes

   58. A study to determine the feasibility of establishing salmon and steelhead in the Upper Klamath Basin

   59. Field studies on sediment-water algal nutrient interchange processes and water quality of Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, July 1967-March 1969

   60. Sediment-water nutrient interchange

   63. The fishes of the Klamath Basin

   66. The Lost River sucker Catostomus luxatus

   67. Pharmacological testing of blue-green algae for constituents having therapeutic value

   68. Biochemistry and morphology of Upper Klamath Lake suckers

   69. Quantitative estimates of fish transported from Upper Klamath Lake through the A-Canal, Klamath Project

   74. Limnology of Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, with emphasis on benthos

   78. Lake and river limnology

   79. Agency Lake limnology, 1990-91

   80. Agency Lake limnology, 1992

   81. Chlorophyll as a predictor of elevated pH in a hypereutrophic lake--Estimating the probability of exceeding critical values for fish   success

   83. Northwestern lakes of the United States, biological and chemical studies with reference to possibilities in production of fish

   84. Initial ecosystem restoration plan for the Upper Klamath River Basin with focus on endangered species recovery and water management improvements

   86. Investigation into methods to control algae in the Klamath River Basin

   89. Effects of water management in Upper Klamath Lake on habitats important to endangered catostomids

   91. The response of macrobenthos to irrigation return water

   94. Literature review of fishes and fisheries of Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

   95. Aphanizomenon blooms--Alternate control and cultivation by Daphnia pulex

   97. Physical, chemical and biological data for detailed study of irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basin, California and Oregon, 1990-92

   98. Algal responses to nutrient additions in natural waters

   99. Preliminary studies of systematics and juvenile ecology of Upper Klamath Lake suckers

101. The use of Phloxine B and rose bengal stains to facilitate sorting benthic samples

102. Collecting macroinvertebrates in a polluted stream using rock filled samplers

103. Artificial substrate sampling, macroinvertebrates in a polluted reach of the Klamath River, Oregon

104. An interim study of some physical, chemical, and biological properties of selected Oregon lakes

105. Some highly eutrophic Oregon lakes with recommendations for the restoration of their water quality

107. Tolerances of juvenile Lost River and shortnose suckers to high pH, ammonia concentration, temperature, and low dissolved oxygen concentration

108. Population genetics of endangered catostomid fishes of northern California

110. Review of wetland evapotranspiration literature

124. The humic water of Klamath Marsh and its effect on the growth of Anabaena Cylindrica Lemm. in culture

125. Investigation into methods to control algae in the Klamath River Basin

126. The chemical and biological impact of Klamath Marsh on the Williamson River, Oregon

127. A survey of the phytoplankton problems in Klamath Lake

128. Klamath Lake, an instance of natural enrichment

131. Fish and wildlife resources of the Klamath River drainage

136. Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, catostomid research

137. Growth and longevity of the cui-ui and longevity of other catostomids and cyprinids in western North America

138. Life history and management of four endangered lacustrine suckers

142. Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basins, California and Oregon, 1988-89

143. Strategies for improving fish passage for the Lost River and shortnose suckers at the Chiloquin Dam

144. Lost River sucker ( Deltistes luxatus ) and shortnose sucker ( Chasmistes brevirostris ) recovery plan

146. Some Cladocera and Copepods from the Upper Klamath River Basin

147. Controlled grazing for riparian zone rehabilitation

154. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants--Determination of the endangered status for the shortnose sucker and Lost River sucker

155. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants; shortnose and Lost River suckers, Houghtons goldenrod and Pitchers thistle Final Rules

156. North American Waterfowl Management Plan--Concept Plan for Waterfowl Habitat Protection, Klamath Basin

157. Lost River ( Deltistes luxatus ) and shortnose ( Chasmistes brevirostris ) sucker recovery plan

159. The influence of some environmental factors on the distribution of fish in Upper Klamath Lake

160. Mineral requirements for the growth of Anabaena spiroides in vitro

165. Factors that limit survival and production of largemouth bass in Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, Oregon
 

Geology      TOP

    1. Lithologic description of sediment cores from Wocus Marsh, Klamath County, Oregon

    9. Data from pumping and injection tests and chemical sampling in the geothermal aquifer at Klamath Falls, Oregon

  45. Shelf and deep-sea sedimentation in Eocence Forearc Basin, Western Oregon- fan or non-fan?

  62. Geothermal environmental impact assessment--Baseline data for four geothermal areas in the United States

  64. Studies of basin-range structure

132. Hydrologic reconnaissance of the geothermal area near Klamath Falls, Oregon

133. Hydrogeologic appraisal of the Klamath Falls geothermal area, Oregon

134. Analysis and interpretation of data obtained in tests of the geothermal aquifer at Klamath Falls, Oregon
 

Hydrology      TOP

    7. The importance of benthic recruitment to the population development of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae and internal loading in a shallow lake

    9. Data from pumping and injection tests and chemical sampling in the geothermal aquifer at Klamath Falls, Oregon

  15. A review of possible causes of nutrient enrichment and decline of endangered sucker populations in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

  23. Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon-California--A comprehensive departmental report on the development of water and related resources

  26. Oregon water supply outlook report--Klamath Basin, Klamath watersheds-area 10, 1981

  27. Upper Klamath offstream storage study, Klamath Project Oregon

  30. Upper Klamath River Basin - A summary of Bureau of Reclamation reports on the potential for surface water and groundwater development 1954-1983

  38. Interim report on Klamath River Basin investigation--Water utilization and requirements

  39. Water quality control plan for Klamath River Basin

  42. Wood River hydrology and water quality study

  44. Off-stream storage above Upper Klamath Lake--An overview study for Klamath County

  46. Cumulative silvicultural impacts on watersheds--A hydrologic and regulatory dilemma

  50. Sediment characteristics and the trophic status of four Oregon lakes, Oregon

  51. The legacy of ancient Lake Modoc--A historical geography of the Klamath Lakes Basin

  52. Monitoring irrigated land acreage in the Klamath River Basin of Oregon using Landsat imagery

  56. Potential eutrophication control measures for Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

  59. Field studies on sediment-water algal nutrient interchange processes and water quality of Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, July 1967-March 1969

  60. Sediment-water nutrient interchange

  61. Lake sediments: Characterization of lake sediments and evaluation of sediment-water nutrient interchange mechanisms in the Upper Klamath Lake system

  75. Water budget of Upper Klamath Lake, southwestern Oregon

  76. Interim report on the ground water in the Klamath Basin, Oregon

  77. Atlas of Oregon lakes

  78. Lake and river limnology

  79. Agency Lake limnology, 1990-91

  80. Agency Lake limnology, 1992

  83. Northwestern lakes of the United States, biological and chemical studies with reference to possibilities in production of fish

  85. The Upper Klamath Lake, EPA-314 Clean Lakes Program 1981 to 1983, Phase 1, Diagnostic and Feasibility Study

  92. Hydrology and water supply of the Upper Klamath River Basin

  93. Ground water in selected areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon

104. An interim study of some physical, chemical, and biological properties of selected Oregon lakes

105. Some highly eutrophic Oregon lakes with recommendations for the restoration of their water quality

109. Preliminary report on the ground water resources of the Klamath River Basin, Oregon

111. Water quality control plan for the North Coast Region

112. Preliminary assessment of the hydrologic environment of Klamath Marsh, Oregon

113. Report of the Oregon Klamath River Commission on water resources and requirements of the Upper Klamath Basin

128. Klamath Lake, an instance of natural enrichment

138. Life history and management of four endangered lacustrine suckers

140. Lakes of Oregon

142. Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basins, California and Oregon, 1988-89

149. Potential eutrophication control measures for Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon--Data evaluation and experimental design

150. Report on water and related land resources--Klamath drainage basin, Oregon

158. Quality of the surface waters in Oregon
 

Land Use      TOP

    2. The effects of land use and land management on the wetlands of the Upper Klamath Basin

    3. A land use and land cover classification system for use with remote sensor data

   15. A review of possible causes of nutrient enrichment and decline of endangered sucker populations in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

   20. Upper Klamath Basin draft resource management plan/Environmental Impact Statement: Klamath Falls, Oregon

   22. Preliminary feasibility report Hanks Marsh Unit, Appendix A--Land classification

   23. Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon-California--A comprehensive departmental report on the development of water and related resources

   24. Upper Klamath River Basin, Oregon-California--An interim report on certain possibilities for future development

   30. Upper Klamath River Basin --A summary of Bureau of Reclamation reports on the potential for surface water and groundwater development 1954-1983

   38. Interim report on Klamath River Basin investigation--Water utilization and requirements

   39. Water quality control plan for Klamath River Basin

   46. Cumulative silvicultural impacts on watersheds--A hydrologic and regulatory dilemma

   47. Evaluate causes for the decline of Lost River Suckers in Klamath Lake, Oregon

   51. The legacy of ancient Lake Modoc--A historical geography of the Klamath Lakes Basin

   52. Monitoring irrigated land acreage in the Klamath River Basin of Oregon using Landsat imagery

   56. Potential eutrophication control measures for Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

   73. Wood River subbasin as related to land use practices associated with forest and livestock grazing

   86. Investigation into methods to control algae in the Klamath River Basin

   89. Effects of water management in Upper Klamath Lake on habitats important to endangered catostomids

   91. The response of macrobenthos to irrigation return water

   97. Physical, chemical and biological data for detailed study of irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basin, California and Oregon, 1990-92

105. Some highly eutrophic Oregon lakes with recommendations for the restoration of their water quality

112. Preliminary assessment of the hydrologic environment of Klamath Marsh, Oregon

113. Report of the Oregon Klamath River Commission on water resources and requirements of the Upper Klamath Basin

125. Investigation into methods to control algae in the Klamath River Basin

138. Life history and management of four endangered lacustrine suckers

142. Reconnaissance investigation of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basins, California and Oregon, 1988-89

147. Controlled grazing for riparian zone rehabilitation

149. Potential eutrophication control measures for Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon--Data evaluation and experimental design

150. Report on water and related land resources--Klamath drainage basin, Oregon
 

Water Management Related Reports      TOP

    3. A land use and land cover classification system for use with remote sensor data

    6. Reconnaissance report Klamath Basin, Oregon survey study

   19. Final eligibility and suitability report for the Upper Klamath Wild and Scenic River Study: Klamath Falls, Oregon

   20. Upper Klamath basin draft resource management plan/Environmental Impact Statement: Klamath Falls, Oregon

   21. Klamath Project History--Annual Reports

   22. Preliminary feasibility report Hanks Marsh Unit, Appendix A--Land classification

   23. Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon-California--A comprehensive departmental report on the development of water and related resources

   25. Upper Klamath River Basin California--Oregon reconnaissance report

   26. Oregon water supply outlook report--Klamath Basin, Klamath watersheds-area 10, 1981

   27. Upper Klamath offstream storage study, Klamath Project Oregon

   28. Klamath Project fish survey

   29. Biological assessment on long-term project operations, February 28, 1992

   35. Soils of the Klamath Reservation

   36. Oregon's long range requirements for water--General soil map report with irrigable areas, Klamath drainage basin

   37. Soil survey of Klamath County, Oregon, southern part

   38. Interim report on Klamath River Basin investigation--Water utilization and requirements

   39. Water quality control plan for Klamath River Basin

   40. Environmental research in the Klamath Basin, Oregon--1991 annual report

   41. Environmental research in the Klamath Basin, Oregon--1992 annual report

   44. Offstream storage above Upper Klamath Lake--An overview study for Klamath County

   55. In-lake test enclosures and facilities, Upper Klamath Lake restoration study

   56. Potential eutrophication control measures for Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

   75. Water budget of Upper Klamath Lake, southwestern Oregon

   76. Interim report on the ground water in the Klamath Basin, Oregon

   77. Atlas of Oregon lakes

   85. The Upper Klamath Lake, EPA--314 Clean Lakes Program 1981 to 1983, Phase 1, Diagnostic and Feasibility Study

   87. Long range plan for the Klamath River Basin Conservation Area Fishery Restoration Program, 1991

   88. Upper Klamath Basin amendment to the Long Range Plan for the Klamath River Basin Conservation Area Fishery Restoration Program, 1992

   90. Laboratory and field quality assurance/quality control plans

   94. Literature review of fishes and fisheries of Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

106. Interim report, Upper Klamath Lake studies, Oregon

111. Water quality control plan for the North Coast Region

113. Report of the Oregon Klamath River Commission on water resources and requirements of the Upper Klamath Basin

114. Water quality status assessment report, 1988

115. Water quality status assessment report, 1990

116. Interim report on water quality survey of Klamath Basin waters in Oregon, July 1959 to December 1960

117. Interim report on water quality survey of Klamath Basin waters in Oregon, 1961

118. Final report on the quality of Klamath Basin waters in Oregon, July 1959 to December 1963

119. Water quality standards, Klamath River, 1966

120. Investigations of pollution in the Klamath River System, Oregon-California, 1955

121. The Klamath Basin, 1971

122. Bathymetric survey report, Clear Lake Reservoir conveyance channel, Klamath Project, Oregon

123. History and future of the Klamath Reclamation Project

129. The estimation of regional secondary benefits resulting from an improvement in water quality of Upper Klamath Lake

130. Economic benefits from an improvement in water quality

141. Department of Interior irrigation drainage program reconnaissance study of Klamath Basin refuge areas, California and Oregon

148. Klamath River Basin-Oregon, Reconnaissance report

151. Upper Klamath Lake Studies, Oregon

152. Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges, 1943

153. Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges, 1960

154. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants--Determination of the endangered status for the shortnose sucker and Lost River sucker

155. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants; shortnose and Lost River suckers, Houghtons goldenrod and Pitchers thistle Final Rules

156. North American Waterfowl Management Plan--Concept Plan for Waterfowl Habitat Protection, Klamath Basin

157. Lost River ( Deltistes luxatus ) and shortnose ( Chasmistes brevirostris ) sucker recovery plan

161. Use of a floating periphyton sampler for water pollution surveillance

164. The Lost River System--A water quality management investigation



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