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Main Title Rogue River Basin, Oregon, Medford Division, Bear Creek /
CORP Author Public Health Service, Portland, Oreg. Region IX.
Publisher The Department,
Year Published 1965
Report Number PB-215 197; EPA 909-R-65-001
Stock Number PB-215 197
OCLC Number 60564252
Subjects Water quality--Oregon--Bear Creek Watershed. ; Water quality management--Oregon--Bear Creek Watershed. ; Reservoir sedimentation--Oregon--Bear Creek Watershed. ; Bear Creek Watershed (Jackson County, Or.) ; Reeder Reservoir (Or.)
Additional Subjects ( Rogue River Basin ; Reservoirs) ; ( Oregon ; Water resources) ; Bear Creek ; River basin development ; Jackson County(Oregon)
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EJBD ARCHIVE EPA-909-R-65-001 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 07/21/2014
NTIS  PB-215 197 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 31 pages + 1 foldout map ; 28 cm
Abstract
The investigation was undertaken to determine the potential need for and value of storage for regulation of streamflows for water quality control in the Rogue River Basin Project, Medford Division, Jackson County, Oregon. The scope of this study was limited to determination of water quality control requirements within the Bear Creek portion of the Medford Division. Study elements included projection of the population and industry growth, determination of sources, and effects of present and future waste loadings, an examination of the hydrology of the area, a determination of the assimilative capacity of the stream, a determination of stream uses and required quality objectives, a projection of adequate treatment levels and flow requirements necessary to protect stream uses, and consideration of alternative methods, costs, and values of meeting water quality requirements.
Notes
"October 1965." Includes bibliographical references (page 31).