Stream temperatures : some basic considerations Public Deposited

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  • The temperature of the water in our streams and rivers is very important to the well-being of fish and other aquatic organisms. Most species need cool water to survive. As a result, Oregon’s water-quality standards include maximum stream temperature criteria. Streams that are monitored and found to exceed these temperatures are listed as water-quality limited.
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