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Scientific Investigations Report 2008–5201

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Scientific Investigations Report 2008–5201

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Acknowledgments

The assistance of Rip Shively, Scott Vanderkooi, and many personnel of the USGS Klamath Falls Field Station is gratefully acknowledged for facilitating the water quality field program with the use of boats, trucks, field equipment, and office and laboratory facilities. Jeffrey Gartner from the USGS National Research Program and Roy Wellman from Oregon Water Science Center were responsible for the deployment of the acoustic Doppler current profilers in the lake. Ralph Cheng from the USGS National Research Program provided the hydrodynamic modeling results that greatly improved our interpretation of the water quality data. Many people contributed to the field work of this study, and their efforts are gratefully acknowledged: Jason Cameron from the Bureau of Reclamation in Klamath Falls; Christine Adelsberger, Jon Baldwin, Melissa Berhardt, Pamela Burns, Anna Glass, Jim Harris, Tim Jones, Laura Lambert, William Lehman, Stephanie Orlaineta from the USGS in Klamath Falls; Amy Brooks, Micelis Doyle, and Matt Johnston from the USGS Oregon Water Science Center.

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