Patterns of water resource decision-making: minimum stream flows in the Willamette Basin Public Deposited

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  • Oregon's minimum stream flow program is intended to protect certain instream flow values by maintaining sufficient stream flows to support aquatic life and to minimize pollution. The increasing demand for consumptive uses of water, as well as certain deficiencies in the laws, policies, and administration of the program, bring into question the ability to adequately protect instream flows and values. An analysis and evaluation of the minimum stream flow program in the Willamette Basin is used to illustrate some of the institutional characteristics and organizational relationships that influence the decision-making process and the allocation of public resources. Suggestions are made for areas of needed research, as well as for program improvements.
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