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Multimedia

Multimedia products are an important way to distribute information to the public. The Oregon Water Science center continues to produce a variety of outreach materials including audio broadcasts, video podcasts, and online videos. Search below to see what we have been up to.

USGS Multimedia Gallery

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beaver 4 poster
February 28, 2018

4. Effects of Beaver Activity on Water Quality

Beaver dams and ponds alter the movement and storage of water as well as the water quality in a stream reach. To date, little work has been done to quantify the effects of beaver activity on water quality in urban streams.

In this part of the Tualatin beaver study, USGS assessed changes in water quality along beaver-affected reaches of Fanno Creek at Greenway Park

beaver 5 poster
February 28, 2018

5. Effects of Beaver Dams on Sediment Transport

Beaver dams and associated ponding affect sediment transport and trapping by pushing water onto the floodplain and decreasing stream velocity, allowing for increased sediment deposition.

For this part of the Tualatin beaver study, USGS assessed changes in sediment dynamics along beaver-affected reaches of Fanno Creek at Greenway Park and Bronson Creek. Here, we

Controlled burn at Hart Mountain National Wildlife Refuge.
November 6, 2018

Post-Wildfire Playbook

New post-wildfire resource guide now available to help communities cope with flood and debris flow danger.

USGS
November 26, 2018

Water Temperature Data Collection in Willamette River

2016-2017 Water Temperature Data Collection in the Lower Willamette River, Oregon, in Support of Cold-Water Refuge Monitoring

USGS
December 8, 2016

Effects of beaver dams on urban streams in the Tualatin River Basin

Poster: WIthin Our Reach

White, J., Jones, K., Buccola, N., Costello, A., Poor, E., Rounds, S.A., and Smith, C., 2016, Effects of beaver dams on urban streams in the Tualatin River Basin.