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Habitat Improvement Project, No. 11 Public Deposited

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  • "Clear Creek, tributary of North Fork John Day River, is a mountain stream located in the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon. It joins Granite Creek about 1.5 miles below the old abandoned mining town of Granite. Gravel removed from Clear Creek by gold dredging activity was replaced in a 3.37-mile section of the stream in 1961. The purpose of this work was to provide new spawning areas and resting pools to accommodate adult spring chinook salmon." (Abstract from Authors)
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