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Scientific Investigations Report 2008–5076

Scientific Investigations Report 2008–5076

Modeling Hydrodynamics and Heat Transport in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, and Implications for Water Quality

Prepared in cooperation with the Bureau of Reclamation

By Tamara M. Wood, Ralph T. Cheng, Jeffrey W. Gartner, Gene R. Hoilman, Mary K. Lindenberg, and Roy E. Wellman

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Table of Contents

Conversion Factors and Datums



Model Description


Simulation Results

Implications for Water Quality



References Cited

Appendix A. Calculation of the Rate of Change in Dissolved Oxygen Over 24 Hours from Light/Dark Bottle Incubations and the Extinction Coefficient



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