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Pudding River Watershed Assessment, 2006
- Originator: Pudding River Watershed Council; Adolfson Associates; Alsea Geospatial
- Publish Date: April 2006
- Online Link: None
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- Agency: Watershed Councils
- Name: Jamison Cavallaro
- Job Position: Coordinator
- Telephone: 503-422-2844
- E-Mail Address: email@example.com
- Abstract: Northeast of Salem, five large streams flow west out of the Cascade Mountains to join the Pudding River as it meanders north across the broad Willamette Valley and to its confluence with the Molalla River near Canby. In this document, we characterize past and current watershed conditions and identify opportunities for improving conditions in this watershed. Chapter headings include: introduction and watershed overview, water quality, fish populations and aquatic habitat, water flow and use, riparian vegetation and wetlands, and riparian and stream restoration. The two appendices deal with Pudding River watershed history and BLM Conservation Strategy objectives. 221 pp. Numerous illustrative maps in PDF format accompany this report.
- Purpose: The purpose of the Pudding River Watershed Assessment is to better understand the natural processes and land uses that influence fish habitat and water quality throughout the watershed. We have used the general framework described in the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board’s Watershed Assessment Manual (Watershed Professionals Network 1999) to complete the assessment but have also supplemented the methods with additional analysis for various topics identified as important by the Pudding River Watershed Council.
- Time Period of Content: historical - current 2005
- Geographic Extent: Pudding River basin.
- Status: Final
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- Format: 2 Word files zipped; 21 PDF maps in 2 zipped files
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