Upstream view of the Columbia River flowing through the Hanford reach

Photograph of the Columbia River flowing through the Pasco Basin, Washington

Detailed Description

The Columbia River flowing through the Hanford reach of the arid Columbia River basin, eastern Washington. This reach is one of the few undammed segments of the Columbia River within the United States. Photograph taken from the White Bluffs, composed of sediment deposited in late Miocene and Pliocene Lake Ringold which occupied the Pasco Basin.

Details

Image Dimensions: 4585 x 2085

Date Taken:

Location Taken: US

Credits

Jim E. O'Connor, USGS