The government will get what it is willing to pay for in terms of dissolved
gas abatement at Grand Coulee Dam, according to a recently completed analysis
of structural alternatives being studied by the Bureau of Reclamation.
Among the conceptual-level designs studied, there seems to be an inverse
relationship between the projected success in gas abatement and the cost,
according to Kathy Frizell, a Bureau hydraulic engineer who co-authored
the report presented Wednesday in Portland …