Potamus ecosystem analysis

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Title: Potamus ecosystem analysis
Author: Heppner Ranger District (Or.); North Fork John Day Ranger District (Or.)
Abstract: Provides analysis of historic and current physical and biological conditions of the watershed. Hydrology concerns include maintaining and improving adequate water supplies, maintaining and restoring water quality, and improving overall conditions of streams, floodplains, and riparian ecosystems. Other topics include aquatics, upland forest vegetation, wildfire risk, botanical resources, noxious weeds, vertebrates, fire and fuels, non-forest vegetation, and rare plants.
Description: 271 pp. Tables, figures, maps, references, appendices. "The document addresses primarily Umatilla National Forest lands within the watershed. The primary exception is the aquatics analysis, which was based heavily on an extensive subbasin summary of the entire Potamus subbasin completed by the Northwest Power Planning Council (Gephart and Nordheim 2001)." Map appendix is dated October 2004. Captured June 18, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/6670
Date: 2004-12

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