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September 1, 2010

H2 East Transect – 2010

Permanent Site: H2 East Transect; Depth: 8.0 Meters (26.3 Feet); Distance from river mouth: 2.6 Kilometers (1.6 Miles) east; Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 year pre-dam removal; Lat/Long: 48.15008216,-123.53210661; Site Description: This site is medium to shallow depth. Substrate is mainly gravel with some sand, cobble and an occasional boulder. Seaweed is dense, particularly

September 1, 2010

H2 West Transect – 2010

Permanent Site: H2 West Transect; Depth: 7.7 Meters (25.1 Feet); Distance from river mouth: 2.6 Kilometers (1.6 Miles) east; Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 year pre-dam removal; Lat/Long: 48.15008216,-123.53277857; Site Description: This site is medium to shallow depth. Substrate is mainly gravel with some sand, cobble and an occasional small boulder. Seaweed is dense,

September 1, 2010

4SP1 West Transect – 2010

Permanent Site: 4SP1 - West Transect; Depth: 6.4 Meters (20.9 Feet); Distance from river mouth: 0.8 Kilometers (0.5 Miles) East; Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 year pre-dam removal; Lat/Long: 48.15257, -123.557376; Site Description: Predominantly a high current site with gravel/cobble substrate covered in seaweeds. The tall, stalked seaweed seen in the video is the perennial kelp

August 31, 2010

4SP1 East Transect - 2010

Permant Site: 4SP1 - East Transect Depth: 6.0 Meters (19.8 Feet) Distance from river mouth: 0.8 Kilometers (0.5 Miles) East Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 Year Pre-dam removal Lat/Long: 48.15257, -123.556704 Site Description: Predominantly a shallow, high current site with cobble and gravel substrate covered in seaweed.

August 30, 2010

A2 West Transect – 2010

Permanent Site: A2 West Transect; Depth: 12.6 Meters (Feet 41.3); Distance from river mouth: Kilometers 1.8 (1.1 Miles); Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 year pre-dam removal; Lat/Long: 48.14130295, -123.5883331; Site Description: One of our deeper sites at over 40 feet. Sediment is primarily sand/sandy mud with scattered boulders. Annual species of seaweeds are present but not

August 30, 2010

A1 West Transect – 2010

Permanent Site: A1 West Transect; Depth: 8.4 Meters (27.4 Feet); Distance from river mouth: 1.9 Kilometers (1.2 Miles) West; Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 year pre-dam removal; Lat/Long: 48.13870775, -123.586203; Site Description: Transect is in eastern part of Freshwater Bay. Sediment is primarily sand/sandy mud with patches of boulders. Annual and perennial seaweeds are

August 30, 2010

A2 East Transect – 2010

Permanent Site: A2 East Transect; Depth: 12.6 Meters (Feet 41.3); Distance from river mouth: Kilometers 1.8 (1.1 Miles); Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 year pre-dam removal; Lat/Long: 48.14130295, -123.58766124; Site Description: One of our deeper sites at over 40 feet. Sediment is primarily sand/sandy mud. Annual species of seaweeds are present but not abundant. Invertebrates

August 28, 2010

H1 East Transect – 2010

Permanent Site: H1 East Transect; Depth: 5.2 Meters (Feet 17.0); Distance from river mouth: 2.4 Kilometers (1.5 Miles) east; Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 year pre-dam removal; Lat/Long: 48.1479177,-123.53472865; Site Description: This is a shallow site and one of the farthest removed from the effects of the sediment plume outside of the control sites. Substrate is mainly gravel

August 28, 2010

H1 West Transect – 2010

Permanent Site: H1 West Transect; Depth: 5.0 Meters (Feet 16.4); Distance from river mouth: 2.4 Kilometers (1.5 Miles) east; Pre/Post Dam Removal: 1 year pre-dam removal; Lat/Long: 48.14803012,-123.53535558; Site Description: This is a shallow site and one of the farthest removed from the effects of the sediment plume outside of the control sites. Substrate is mainly

Upper Klamath Lake cyanobacteria bloom
June 25, 2010

Upper Klamath Lake cyanobacteria bloom

The green water, caused by massive blooms of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, as seen in the wake of a boat, is a common sight each summer on Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. USGS studies how these blooms effect endangered Lost River and shortnose suckers in the lake.