Watershed management in the Johnson Creek Basin Public Deposited

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  • The Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon is an example of the physical and jurisdictional problems often associated with watershed urbanization. Implementation of solutions to problems of water quality and quantity in the basin have been hindered by political and social constraints. Reasons for the failure of previous management proposals are analyzed through application of institutional evaluation criteria. Alternative solutions are described and key considerations toward implementation of an effective basin wide management scheme are found to be political coordination, an equitable funding program, and generation of public support.
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