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Under the agreement, ranchers agreed to reduce water withdrawals in ways that will boost flows into Upper Klamath Lake by 30,000 acre feet.
5) In a University of California Berkeley Wellness Alert it especially warns of the risks associated with using blue-green algae products that have algae harvested from the Upper Klamath Lake (AFA) region in southern Oregon.
8%, n = 36) in 1977 at Upper Klamath Lake and none at Tule Lake NWR (n = 139).
Citing concerns over endangered coho salmon in the Klamath River and endangered sucker fish in Upper Klamath Lake, the bureau had warned early this year that as many as 90 percent of water-rights holders might not receive any water whatsoever in the summer.
Since 1981, biologists have been managing primarily for eagles along the west side of Upper Klamath Lake, an area designated the Bald Eagle Management Area.
From its origin at Oregon's Upper Klamath Lake, the Kiamath River cuts southwest through both the volcanic Cascades and the convoluted ranges of the Klamath Mountains, ultimately pouring more water into the Pacific than any other California river except the Sacramento.
Overlooking Upper Klamath Lake, this community features 3,600 acres of wooded hills and meadows, an 83-room lodge and Oregon's only Arnold Palmer-designed championship golf course.
Another decision is expected in April 2012 that will address tribal claims for the waters of Upper Klamath Lake and the Klamath River.