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Published by Clark Fork River Basin Project in Helena, Mont. (Montana Governor"s Office, Helena 59620) .
Written in English


  • Water -- Pollution -- Research -- Clark Fork (Mont. and Idaho),
  • Fisheries -- Research -- Clark Fork (Mont. and Idaho),
  • Aquatic resources -- Research -- Clark Fork (Mont. and Idaho),
  • Water quality -- Research -- Clark Fork (Mont. and Idaho)

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Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Howard E. Johnson.
ContributionsClark Fork River Basin Project (Mont.)
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 70 p. ;
Number of Pages70
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23289998M

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A compendium of aquatic resource studies in the Clark Fork River basin / prepared by Howard E. Johnson. By Howard E. Johnson and Clark Fork River Basin Project (Mont.) Topics: Aquatic resources, Clark Fork (Mont. and Idaho. Our goals for the basin include returning aquatic conditions in the Upper Clark Fork River to its full ecological potential. "is watershed provides the headwaters that feed the entmile Clark Fork system. In , the CFC prioritized the Upper Clark Fork watershed as a . Values To support and preserve the way of life in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin, especially ranching and /or farming, in concert with balancing the needs of natural resource conservation. WRC Goals The overall goal of the WRC is to maintain the resources of the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB) for both present and future generation. Upper Clark Fork River Basin Terrestrial Resource Assessment Final Report (and upcoming prioritizati on) is a parallel and complimentar y effort to the aquatic resource assessment and prioritization effort. Background The study area was the Upper Clark Fork River Watershed from just above the confluence with the.

Full text of "Aquatic resources injury assessment report, upper Clark Fork River Basin" See other formats. This article examines what is generally considered to be an unattainable goal in the western United States: integrated water resources management (IWRM). Specifically, we examine an organization that is quite unique in the West, Montana's Clark Fork River Basin Task Force (Task Force), and we analyze its activities since its formation in to answer the question: are the activities and. Full text of "Assessment plan: part I, Clark Fork River Basin NPL sites, Montana" See other formats H2Resource Damage Program () 'WEY 2 4 b P^ fti-- MEMORANDUM TO: Libraries FROM: Dick Pedersen, Manager DATE: Janu SUBJECT: Notice of Assessment Plan Part I Attached are four (4) . R. Lenton, in Treatise on Water Science, This chapter examines the practices and approaches that have come to be known as integrated water-resources management (IWRM). It begins with an analysis of integrated approaches to water-resources management at different levels, including watershed management, agricultural water management, basin management, national policies and governance, .

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The Montana portion of the Clark Fork basin covers ab square miles and extends from the river’s head waters near Butte, Montana north along the Continental Divide to where the North Fork of the Flathead River enters the country from Canada. A portion of the basin extends northward from there into British Columbia Canada. wildlife that call it home. The Upper Clark Fork watershed (UCF) is the headwaters of that entire basin. The UCF is the focus of this report, which builds upon our Aquatic Restoration Strategy for the Upper Clark Fork Basin (Clark Fork Coalition, ). The UCF encompasses the portions of the watershed from Garrison, Montana, above the. CFC implements on-the-ground river restoration work, protects water quality, reviews and comments on policies and proposals impacting water quality and quantity, and works to heal the dewatered Clark Fork River and its tributaries through innovative water conservation activities.