Upper Klamath Basin Science Workshop
February 3rd through February 6th, 2004
Shilo Inn, Klamath Falls, Oregon, U.S.
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Dennis Lynch, US Geological Survey District Chief
Dennis Lynch summarized the workshop activities. Seated from left to right are Steve Thompson (Regional Director, US Fish and Wildlife Service), Kirk Rodgers (Mid-Pacific Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation), and Bill Sexton (Regional Hydrologist, US Geological Survey).
The Department of the Interior hosted an Upper Klamath Basin Science Workshop February 3rd through the 6th, 2004, in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The workshop brought together water resource managers, stakeholders, and researchers to identify and discuss future science needs and their importance for the Upper Klamath Basin. The themes of the workshop were Upper Basin endangered sucker biology and habitat, water quality, and hydrology.
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