Scientific Investigations Report 2011-5105
Table 2. Location of continuous-flow and water-quality monitors used for the development of model input or calibration of water temperature, dissolved oxygen, and specific conductance in the upper Klamath River, Oregon.
Table 7. Results from sensitivity testing demonstrating the effect of changing model parameter values by 20 percent for the period June through October 2007 for the Klamath River upstream of Keno Dam, Oregon.
Table 9. Percent reduction in Link River concentrations needed to meet Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon total maximum daily load (TMDL) in-lake total phosphorus concentration targets, and percent reduction in tributary concentrations needed to meet Klamath River TMDL total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations.
Table 10. Annual and June through October volume average concentrations of dissolved oxygen, ammonia, orthophosphorus, and blue-green algae for Link River to Keno Dam, Oregon, as simulated by model scenarios 1 and 2.
First posted July 14, 2011
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