Algal toxins in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon: Linking water quality to juvenile sucker health
As the lead science agency for the Department of Interior, the U.S. Geological Survey is actively involved in resource issues in the Klamath River basin. Activities include research projects on endangered Lost River and shortnose suckers, threatened coho salmon, groundwater resources, seasonal runoff forecasting, water quality in Upper Klamath Lake and the Klamath River, nutrient cycling in wetlands, and assessment of land idling programs to reduce water consumption. Many of these studies are collaborations with various partners including Department of Interior agencies, Indian Tribes, and State agencies.
|Algal toxins in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon: Linking water quality to juvenile sucker health
|S. P. VanderKooi, S. M. Burdick, K. R. Echols, C. A. Ottinger, B. H. Rosen, T. M. Wood
|USGS Numbered Series
|USGS Publications Warehouse
|Western Fisheries Research Center