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Latest CBB News > Archives > December 8, 2000
December 8, 2000

1. ISAB URGES 'AGGRESSIVE' ESTUARY STUDY ACTIONS
Posted on Thursday, August 28, 2003 (PST)
Large-scale manipulations -- such as through dike removal, changes in
hydrosystem-controlled flow regimes and altered predation management --
may be necessary to assess the impact human development has had on
Columbia River estuarine habitats and their fish and wildlife
populations, according to a scientific report released this week.
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2. EMERGENCY POWER PLAN COULD GET EARLY USE
Posted on Thursday, August 28, 2003 (PST)
A plan on what to do if a cold snap causes power shortages in the
Northwest could get its first test next week. The long-term weather
forecast is predicting temperatures in the mid-teens in Portland
beginning early next week. If that happens, it could trigger an
emergency plan power organizations have worked on since September.
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3. NMFS TAKES IDAHO PROJECTS OUT OF HYDRO BIOP
Posted on Thursday, August 28, 2003 (PST)
One of the major changes the region will see when the National Marine
Fisheries Service releases its final 2000 biological opinion governing
operations of the Columbia River federal hydro system is the exclusion
from the BiOp of Bureau of Reclamation dams in the upper Snake River
basin due to ongoing water adjudication.
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