Environmental Survey Report (Oregon)

Thompson, Robert N, James B. Haas, Raymond A.Willis, Melvin D. Collins,
Roy E. Sams. 1960. Environmental survey report pertaining to salmon and steelhead in certain rivers of eastern Oregon and the Willamette River and its tributaries. Oregon Fish Commission. Research Division.


Pt.1 Survey reports of eastern Oregon rivers (by Robert N. Thompson
and James B. Haas)

Title page, Table of Contents, Introduction

Umatilla River System

Walla Walla River System

Upper Grande Ronde River System

Wallowa River System

Lower Grande Ronde River System

Imnaha River System

Pine Creek System

Powder River System

Burnt River System

Malheur River System

Owyhee River System

Summary of Recommendations, Acknowledgments, Literature Cited

Appendix A : A study of some of the factors associated with the reestablishment of blueback salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) into the upper Wallowa River system

Appendix B : Summary list of obstructions and diversions

Appendix C : Cost estimates

Pt. II. Survey reports of the Willamette River and its tributaries
(by Raymond A. Willis, Melvin D. Collins, and Roy E. Sams)

Title page, Table of Contents, Introduction

Willamette River Main Stem ; p.42, Figure 12 (11×14)

Scappoose Creek System

Minor Tributaries from the West

Tributaries Below the Clackamas River from the East

Minor Tributaries Above the Clackamas River from the East

Clackamas River System
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Tualatin River System
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Molalla River System

Yamhill River System

Rickreall Creek System

Luckiamute River System

Santiam River System
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Calapooya River System

Marys River System

Long Tom River System
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McKenzie River System

River Systems Above the McKenzie River
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Summary of Recommendations,
Acknowledgements, Literature Cited

Appendix A : List of
Streams (1:62,500 USGS) and their approximate lengths

Appendix B : Summary Lists of Obstructions, Diversions, and Pollution Effluents

Appendix C : Cost Estimates

Pt. III. Survey reports of the Deschutes and John Day Rivers and Fifteenmile Creek (by James B. Haas and H.C. Warren)

Pt. IV. Index to Parts I, II, and III.