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Proceedings from the Columbia River Basin Tribal Water Quality Conference

Abstract

The Columbia River Basin is currently home to 12 endangered salmonid stocks. Numerous tribal, federal, state, local, and private organizations are working to change this trend. Scientists have for many years recognized that increasing salmon numbers requires an increase in the health of watersheds and streams in which the salmon live. Increasing attention is being paid to improving water quality as a means to improve salmon survival.

Authors

Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission

Citation

CRITFC (Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission). 2001. Proceedings from the Columbia River Basin Tribal Water Quality Conference. Spokane, Washington. November 15-16, 2000

Date

2001/05/01

Report No.

proceedings

Media Type

Presentation