Columbia Riverkeeper White Paper Resources

TemperatureSlider_b“Computer modeling shows that Lower Snake River dams caused dangerously hot water for salmon in 2015″ by Matthew Shultz, MESc & Miles Johnson, JD

 

 

  1. Andrew Pike et al., Forecasting River Temperatures in Real Time Using a Stochastic Dynamics Approach, Water Resources Research, Vol. 49, Issue 9 (2013).
  1. Fish Passage Center, Requested Data Summaries and Actions Regarding Sockeye Adult Fish Passage and Water Temperature Issues in the Columbia and Snake Rivers (2015).
  1. Fish Passage Center, Review of April 2016 Draft of NOAA Fisheries Report 2015 Sockeye Salmon Passage Report (2016).
  1. John Bartholow et al., Predicting the Thermal Effects of Dam Removal on the Klamath River, Environmental Management, Vol. 36, Issue 6 (2004).
  1. John Yearsley, A Semi-Lagrangian Water Temperature Model for Advection-Dominated River Systems, Water Resources Research, Vol. 45, Issue 12 (2009).
  1. Levi Brekke et al., Climate Change and Water Resources Management: A Federal Perspective, USGS Circular 1331 (2009).
  1. Lisa Crozier, et al., Passage and Survival of Adult Snake River Sockeye Salmon within and Upstream from the Federal Columbia River Power System (2014).
  1. National Marine Fisheries Service, 2015 Adult Sockeye Salmon Passage Report (2016).
  1. National Marine Fisheries Service, Biological Opinion on the EPA’s Proposed Approval of Certain Oregon Water Quality Standards for Temperature and Intergravel Dissolved Oxygen (2015).
  1. National Marine Fisheries Service, Endangered Species Act Section 7(a)(2) Consultation Regarding 1994–1998 Operation of the Federal Columbia River Power System and Juvenile Transportation Program in 1994–1998 (1994).
  1. Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Estuarine Habitat and Juvenile Salmon: Current and Historical Linkages in the Lower Columbia River and Estuary (2011).
  1. National Marine Fisheries Service, Final Listing Determinations for 16 ESUs of West Coast Salmon, and Final 4(d) Protective Regulations for Threatened Salmonid ESUs, 70 Fed. Reg. 123 (2005).
  1. Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Status Review Update for Pacific salmon and Steelhead Listed Under the Endangered Species Act: Pacific Northwest (2015).
  1. Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Return to the River (2000).
  1. Russell Perry et al., Simulating Daily Water Temperatures of the Klamath River Under Dam Removal and Climate Change Scenarios, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2011-1243 (2011).
  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Application of a 1-D Heat Budget Model to the Columbia River System (2001).
  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Columbia River Preliminary Draft Temperature TMDL (2003).
  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Columbia River Preliminary Draft Temperature TMDL, Appendix A (2003).
  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,Columbia River Preliminary Draft Temperature TMDL, Appendix F (2003).
  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Comments on NOAA fisheries 2015 Adult Sockeye Salmon Passage April 2016 draft Report (2016).
  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA Region 10 Climate Change and TMDL Pilot Research Plan (2013).
  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Salmonid Behavior and Water Temperature (2011).
  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Summary of Technical Literature Examining the Physiological Effects of Temperature on Salmonids (2001).

 


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