Klamath River Basin: Reclamation Met Its Water Bank Obligations, but Information Provided to Water Bank Stakeholders Could Be Improved Page: 4 of 60
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Figure 5: 2004 Augmented Klamath River Flows and Key Dates
Figure 6: Groundwater Pumping for the Klamath Water Bank
Figure 7: Upper Klamath Lake Expansion Options
Figure 8: Long Lake Storage Option
Figure 9: Proportion and Number of Water Bank Contracts by Type,
2002 to 2004
Figure 10: Proportion and Volume of Water Acquired for the Water
Bank by Contract Type, 2002 to 2004
BLM Bureau of Land Management
FWS Fish and Wildlife Service
NMFS National Marine Fisheries Service
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USGS U.S. Geological Survey
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GAO-05-283 Klamath Project Water Bank
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