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The problems and issues of implementing Oregon's minimum stream flow program Public Deposited

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  • Oregon's minimum stream flow program attempts to preserve adequate flows of water for the instream needs of aquatic life and pollution abatement. Conflicts with consumptive uses of water have indicated that improvements are needed in the program. The conflicts are explored and specific improvements suggested.
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